If you can throw a Frisbee, you can play Disc Golf!
Recreation opportunities are more than just playgrounds, trails, and sport courts. City of Odessa Parks & Recreation, along with the support of the Odessa Disc Golf Association, maintains and operates three courses. Each course takes you through a variety of challenging shots, beautiful landscape and fun atmosphere with fellow comrades! Disc Golf can provide everyone of any skill level to participate in a bit of competition and fitness, as you walk through the courses, enhancing the quality of life for Odessans and people just passing through.
Be sure to check out the Odessa Disc Golf Association. Follow for updates, meet-ups, and meet fellow disc golfers.
What is Disc Golf?
Instead of clubs, balls, and a hole in the ground, disc golf enthusiasts use discs and baskets (pole holes). Disc golf shares similar joys of combining power and finesse on a long drive or sinking a long putt, or the frustrations of hitting a tree or having a putt fall just short. Disc golf is very unique in that it is enjoyed by all ability levels and by those of school age or older. If you can throw a Frisbee, you can play Disc Golf! Many disc golf players are members of the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA.com), the governing body for the sport, which sanctions competitive events for all skill levels and ages, and provides many player services such as maintaining a course directory and establishing rules of play.
|course Guides (info/Map)||Address||course
|Comanche Trail Park West
||900 S. County Rd. W.||5121 ft||18 Baskets||3 (54)|
|Comanche Trail Park South
||301 W. I-20||5450 ft||21 Baskets||3 (63)|
|McKinney Park||625 W. Pool Rd||2456 ft||9 Baskets||3 (27)|
Disc Golf Rules & Code of Conduct
For rules on Disc Golf, PDGA Rules.
PDGA lists and describes a code in which to follow at all times.
1. Play Smart
- Never throw into a blind area or when players,
spectators, pedestrians, or other facility users are
within range. Use a spotter.
2. Respect the Course
- Observe all posted rules. No littering, graffiti, or
abuse of equipment or flora.
3. Represent the Sport
- Be positive and responsible. Teach others.
(source - PDGA Code)
If you can abide by the above rules and PDGA Code, you will not only play better, but and build a comradery in the community.
For more information, please contact us below.
Parks and Recreation
1100 W. 42nd Street
Odessa, TX 79761
Phone: (432) 368-3548