Riverbend Disc Golf Trail

Findlay, Ohio     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions
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Shaun Chappell    September 28 at 6:36pm

Just played herer for the first time, not a bad little course. Curious though, I saw a couple par 4's out there. I believe 7&8, maybe 1 more.. And 18 said par 5. Are they normally played as such, or is everything a par 3? I could see 5 being a par 4, but unsure about the others

Dennis Hills   September 28 at 9:33pm

The pars listed on tee signs at a disc golf course are usually for the average casual player. When we play tournaments, we consider everything to be a par 3. However, I really don't understand why so many people are concerned about par. When you play a tournament it's the number of throws that counts, not where you stand with respect to par.

Dennis Hills   September 28 at 9:36pm

On the course signs at Riverbend, Holes 7, 8 and 14 are listed as par 4. Hole 18 is listed as par 5. We have used "course par" for some special events such as my "Stableford" tournament in the early summer. You earn points for your score relative to par rather than turning in the number of throws.

Garrett McQueen    April 19 at 3:58pm

lost my pink warden putter the other day. on the back side of the disc it has writing on the back from an ace in adrian michigan. reward if found


John Ryan    October 10, 2014 at 4:29pm


Doubles tournament at recreation park in Bryan ohio
$ top three teams cash $


Dennis Hills    September 17, 2011 at 2:51pm

Concrete was poured this week for 4 additional long tees for the Riverbend course. Holes 6, 8, 17 and 18 now have concrete tee pads for the new long tees. We need to give the congrete a few days to cure. It still looks pretty "green". The riverbend course now has 15 holes with long tees. Holes 11, 13 and 14 have only one tee.