Open Daily at 11:00 a.m... July 4, 2013 through September 1, 2013.
Disc Golf returns to Mt. Bachelor! Ride the Pine Marten chair up to hole #1 and work your way down the mountain to the final hole #18. Elevation and the varied terrain add extra elements to your game.
Disc Golf Information
PLEASE NOTE FOR DISC COURSE SAFETY: The disc golf course is typically still very snow-covered early in the summer... and melting quickly with the summer temperatures. Please use caution and look for quickly changing conditions and hazards, including but not limited to; unmarked holes and rocks melting within the snow and under snow streams and water hazards due to rapid snow-melt and run-off. We strongly recommend sturdy hiking shoes or boots. Sandals and flip flops are discouraged for the disc golf course and any hiking done on the mountain.
You will need to purchase a lift ticket to access the disc golf course. You can purchase your day lift ticket at Mt. Bachelor Ski and Sport shop, located at the West Village base area.
The course starts a few feet west of the Bill Healy statue. Holes 1 – 3 are located in the Outback area. Holes 4 and 5 take you above the summer road and east toward the Skyliner Lift. Hole 6 starts the downhill play, near the northwest side of the Olympian run. Holes 7 and 8 play down Olympian, with number 9 located at the Olympian and Old Skyliner split. Hole 10 continues the play down Old Skyliner and 11 can be found on Coffee, above the lower face. Hole 12 will bring you back to Old Skyliner with hole 13 playing down Old Skyliner to the edge of Olympian. Holes 14 and 15 are on Olympian, while 16 plays from lower Olympian to about 100 feet above the magic carpet learner’s lift. Number 17 heads to the far west of lower Home Run and finally, Hole 18 puts the tired and happy golfer back near the bottom of the Pine Marten lift at the West Village base.
Remember to pick up your scorecard at the Ski and Sport Shop!
Disc Golf Helpful Hints
- You will need to provide your own discs, or they can be purchased at Mt. Bachelor Ski and Sport.
- Sometimes, discs can become lost – please label them with your name and contact information.
- Lost discs, if recovered, can be picked up at the Ski and Sport front counter.
- Sturdy hiking shoes or boots are recommended to play this course.
- Be prepared for changing weather by wearingappropriate clothing
Caution – Please tread lightly around fragile alpine flowers and always make sure fairways are clear before throwing.
Mt. Bachelor's Alpine Disc Golf course hosts sanctioned PDGA events and is a PDGA listed course.