Bomber Disc Golf at Griffiss Park Now Open!
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This 18-hole course meanders through the Griffiss International Sculpture Garden and Nature Trail and is still under construction, but is expected to fully open in July 2021. Practice play can begin any-time, but note that construction of official tee boxes and signage is ongoing. This course was created by the Griffiss Park Landowners Association and Griffiss Local Development Corporation.
- Play at your own risk
- Carry it in, carry it out
- Please show respect for players, passers-by, and the environment
Tee-off: Tee throws must be completed within or behind the designated area. The player with the least amount of throws on the previous hole is the first to tee off. If the players tie, follow the same order as the previous hole.
Lie: After the tee-off the thrown disc must be left where it came to rest until a marker disc is placed on the playing surface touching the thrown disc.
Order of Play: The player whose disc is furthest from the basket always throws first.
Fairway Throws: A run-up and normal follow-through are permitted.
Completion of the Hole: A disc that comes to rest in, not on top of, the basket constitutes successful completion of the hole.
Lost Disc: If a disc is lost, a one-stroke penalty is assessed and the next shot shall be taken from the previous lie.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do you have discs available to use?
Please bring your own discs, which can be purchased at local sporting goods stores.
What are the hours of operation?
Bomber Disc Golf is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But we recommend playing dawn until dusk as the course is not fully lit.
Is there a fee to play?
The course is free and open to the public.
Where can I park?
Parking is located at the Ellsworth Trailhead of the Griffiss Sculpture Garden. Look for the 13441!
Are there bathrooms?
Bathrooms are located at the trailhead parking lot.
Do you have a practice basket?
There is a practice basket and putting green located to the west of the parking lot, amid mature pine trees.
What kind of tees are on the course?
All tees are poured concrete pads.
Are there options for seating?
Respite areas and trash receptacles are available intermittently throughout the course. You can track our amenities by downloading the “Art at Griffiss” app.
What type of target is used?
We use Innova DISCatcher Pro 28.
Are there any hazards?
Yes! Expect to see groundhog holes on the front nine. Look out for poison ivy on the back nine.
Notice an issue or have a question? Contact Laura Cohen at email@example.com