For a relatively new sport, Frisbee or disc golf has a strong following in the Delaware Valley. Though the Philadelphia region only offers a handful of courses, Pennsylvania features as many as 70 disc golf-specific layouts. Take a look at the best disc golf courses in the area.
Sedgley Woods Disc Golf Club
East Fairmount Park
33rd St & Oxford St
Philadelphia, PA 19195
Sedgley Woods is the only disc golf course in the city of Philadelphia and is one of the oldest pole courses in the country. Home to a professionally sanctioned tournament, Sedgley Woods boasts 27 holes with 3 tee locations per hole.
Little Lehigh Parkway
Established in 2004, the disc golf course in Allentown’s Little Lehigh Parkway offers a challenging layout for what many agree is an open course. Like many disc golf courses, Little Lehigh is part of a public park that is free and easily accessible to all.
Tyler Park Disc Golf
Tyler State Park
A park sure to excite “frolf” enthusiasts is Tyler State Park in Newtown, Bucks County. Twenty-seven holes, including 4 with water, can be found at this course, which constantly features tournaments throughout the year. Taking care not to bore frolfers, this course is very well maintained, with rotating pin locations to provide a nice bit of variety upon each visit.