The Best Disc Golf Courses in the Upper Peninsula
Minutes from our stores are fantastic disc golf courses that will challenge golfers of all abilities! Disc golf is becoming more and more popular in the U.P. and many players are surprised at the quality of our course designs and beautiful locations. Disc golf is a great way to get outdoors, enjoy the beauty of the Upper Peninsula and is fun for the entire family. From the tight and difficult Powder Mill, to the open course at Torch Lake, these courses are all super fun to play and favorites of all of our employees!
Powder Mill - Marquette
This well thought out 18-hole course, designed by Tim Kopacz, is challenging and demands accuracy and control. The holes are wooded and tight offering two tees, blue tees are sure to challenge advanced players while red tees offer fun for the whole family.
Old Town Disc Golf Course - Negaunee
This technical 24 Hole course plays thru the interesting old ruins of a 1860’s mining town that was removed between the 1960’s and the 1980’s. The front nine tend to be a bit easier to play offering a great warm up for the more challenging holes to follow. This is a must do if you’re into interesting courses!
Silver Creek - Harvey
The forested course utilizes a gentle ridge and ravine terrain that incorporates existing open areas under a canopy of trees for a great Blue (Advanced) level design. Red (Amateur) tees make for a great and balanced experience for newcomers and recreational players, including some short ace runs!
Torch Lake - Lake Linden
This course offers long drives, and a few tricky doglegs. With a few 400’+ holes, you can easily come show off your best driving skills. There’s plenty of room to show your technical abilities as well on your approach. This course is worth playing! Well maintained and dry. Lots of hills and great utilization of the terrain.
Calumet Lake - Calumet
This beautiful and diverse 18 hole course is located near a Calumet Lake in Calumet. The course starts out near the lake and then winds its way into a thick pine stand demanding more accuracy than distance.
Keweenaw Mountain Lodge - Copper Harbor
Short holes with narrow fairways and beautiful forest views are the hallmarks of this 9 hole course located in the woods behind the golf course at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge. This course is open to guests of the lodge as well as the general public.
North Bluff - Gladstone
An Eric McCabe designed PDGA Championship disc golf course in Gladstone Michigan is a 27 hole course with 2 tee pads and 2 baskets on every hole. Four beautiful alpine holes which are seasonal and playable in the summer.
Make sure you get out and check out one of these excellent courses, and if you need a disc or two before you go, or any accessories, make sure you stop by our Houghton and Marquette stores to check out the full range of gear from Innova, DiscCraft, Disc Mania, Prodigy and more! And if you aren't lucky enough to be playing in the U.P., you can buy your discs online before you take them to your local course.