Central Park Disc Golf Course is located in Central Park in Schenectady (follow these directions for parking near Hole 1). It is town owned by the City of Schenectady.
In the heart of the City of Schenectady is its Crown Jewel: Central Park. The park boasts some of the best tennis and baseball facilities in the region. And now it also has an eighteen hole disc golf course with brand new DisCatcher baskets.
The course winds its way through the park, showing golfers all of its wonderful aspects. It starts in the woodlands area, weaves by the tennis courts and the “A” Diamond. It passes the picnic pavilion, past the dog park, by the Rose Garden and up Monument Hill – one of the highest points in Schenectady. Then the course takes you back down to Iroquois Lake and beautiful views of the iconic Central Park fountain. Finally, the course repasses the award winning Rose Garden, where you can view over 300 different varieties of roses.
The different aspects of the park create a very diverse disc golf course with challenging wooded fairways, shots over creeks and up and down hills. If you are an experienced golfer, play from the blue tees. If you are just starting, or just playing for fun, the white tees will be more enjoyable.
- Keep the course clean. Cigarette butts are trash!
- Pedestrians and park go-ers have the right of way. Make sure the path is clear before you throw.
- If your disc goes into the stadium tennis court do not try to retrieve it. We will retrieve it and return it to you.
- Please respect the course. Do not harm plants or trees when you play. Leave the park better than you found it.
- Alcohol is prohibited in Central Park.
- Please enjoy the course.
- 5:00pm Thursdays
- Random Draw A/B/C Best Shot Doubles
- Newbies always welcome
There are 18 Holes at Central Park, each with a Pro Tee (blue) and an Amateur Tee (white)
Central Park 18 hole scorecard
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