Traditional golf often looks down its collective nose at disc golf—but is whacking a ball with a stick truly more noble than chucking a frisbee into a basket made of chains? No, we think not.
See, disc golf might be considered “fringe” in some spots but, ’round here, it’s as regular as, like, curling or ringette. With the best 18 hole disc golf course in the Kootenays (all baskets!) and FREE playing and parking, all you need to pack is your trail runners, your discs, and some oblique subcultural slang. Fun is all but guaranteed in this safe, easy-going sport that’s fun for the “hole” family. Doink!
The Thin Air Disc Golf Club is the top 18 hole discgolf course in the Kootenays. Come and enjoy the dynamically designed layout that boasts a 475′ monster named Dean. Tight fairways, technical shots and great views. 18 holes, all baskets. Open May to end of Oct. No charge for playing (or parking). No restrictions on playing times. At Black Jack Nordic Center. From Rossland; Hwy 3B towards Red Mountain, right on Mann Rd. and follow cross country ski signs. 1st tee next to day lodge. Disc Golf supplies are available at the Seven Summits Service Station across the Highway from the Museum.
A map and brochure for the course can be found HERE