Saskatoon has three disc golf courses within city limits. The courses are all listed on UDisc, which we recommend both for score tracking and find your way around a new course. It will provide you with tee and basket locations using the GPS in your phone.

 

There are also several other courses available if you’re willing to drive outside of the city. Search on UDisc for the courses in Vanscoy, Martensville, Warman, and Eagle Creek.

 

Diefenbaker Park is the oldest and largest disc golf course in Saskatoon. Most holes feature wide fairways, making it a good course for beginners (although since the construction of Optimist Hill began in 2018 it features a few longer Par 4s). It’s located at the southwest corner of Ruth Street East and St. Henry Avenue and has 18 tee boxes and baskets. In summer of 2021 we’re adding alternate locations for each target.

 

In the fall of 2017 Saskatoon Disc Golf Inc., worked with the City of Saskatoon to install 9 baskets at William A. Reid Park in Saskatoon’s Fairhaven neighbourhood.  In the summer of 2020 we installed 18 concrete tee pads. Each of the 9 baskets are moved between two possible locations seasonally. This makes it an 18 hole course played over two laps of the park, with some variation in course layout throughout the year.

 

Donna L. Birkmaier Park is a naturalized area located at the corner of Taylor Street East and Rosewood Boulevard. Expect beautiful scenery, but long grass on the fairways. Saskatoon Disc Golf had 9 baskets placed here in 2016.