Courses Overviews

Jones East – Par 61 – 8,035 ft – Emporia’s toughest park style course. Expertly maintained by the Emporia Parks and Rec department this park is so pretty you might not see the danger. With a stretch of 6 out of 7 holes in the middle being a par 4, your score can explode if you aren’t paying attention. See Course Review.

Jones West – Par 58 – 6,605 ft – On the same property as the East course but toned down a bit. A great course for challenging all golfers without making someone want to give up the game because of the difficulty; several water holes, elevation changes, well placed disc eating cypress trees and the incredibly tricky hole 18 waiting for you at the end. See Course Review.

Emporia Country Club – Gold Course -Par 63 – 9,712 ft/Silver Course: Par 61 – 8,113 ft – Beautiful, long and lots of OB. Welcome to the ECC where par is a good score on most holes. You must have distance and accuracy out here if you wish to score well. If you are missing either, high scores await. With one of the toughest finishes in disc golf, no matter how well you have done on holes 1-15 you will still have to navigate two par5’s and an island green on your last 3 holes. Save your best until the end or your score will not make it out alive. See Course Review.

Peter Pan – Par 57 – 6,650 ft – The shortest of our courses. Peter Pan is the place in town where you can get the most birdies. A fun course set in a wonderful park with a few water holes, an amphitheater and the famous monkey island to challenge you along the way. See Course Review.

Emporia Country Club Final 9 Layout – Gold Course: Par 31 – 4,717 feet / Silver Course: Par 30 – 3,803 feet – Holes 1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 18 from the Emporia Country Club course layout will be used for the final 9 holes used in the Finals rounds on Saturday at the 2016 PDGA Professional World Disc Golf Championships.

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