Disc Golf on the Olympic Peninsula

Disc golf is another outdoor activity to enjoy on the Olympic Peninsula while visiting the area.

The long-planned Rainshadow Disc Golf Course near Blyn in Clallam County is nearly completed and will open to the public in the “early summer” 2017. 
 
Players will be greeted by sweeping views of the Olympic Mountains from the first tee box when the Rainshadow Disc Golf Course lives up to its name. Even on cloudy days, the 18-hole Clallam County park off Thompson Road near Blyn will offer an outdoor experience for disc golfers of all skill levels. 
 
Disc golf is tied to the history of the frisbee which is emulated in the discs used to attempt to hit the raised baskets placed around a disc golf course. Disc golf is played like regular golf but uses flying discs instead of golf balls and elevated metal baskets instead of holes. There are no green fees to play disc golf; players must avoid trees, shrubs and branches as they make consecutive throws from where the previously thrown disc landed. And, like regular golf, the objective is to navigate the course in as few attempts as possible.
 
Public disc golf courses on the North Olympic Peninsula:
 
Rainshadow Disc Golf Course  

Port Angeles Disc Golf at Lincoln Park 

H.J. Carroll Park in Chimacum  

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