Beacon Hill Park

Highland, Utah     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jared Terry › October 16, 2013
This is a great new course with a new layout currently setup as of October 2013. It features 9 holes but has a set of long and short tees for a total of 18 that can be played. It features some great elevation changes for some fun up and down shots as a couple holes play across a large water basin! Currently only 4 temp baskets installed while funds are raised for permanent baskets. Love all the use of grass on this new course. Hole 1 is long and straight so get out your big guns and go for i ...
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-  +1 votes  + Tommy Rigby › May 22, 2014
Played this for the first time today. As of today there are 17 holes completed (hole 14 had a sign that said it was under construction). Some really far throws all the way down to some really really short holes. The 'outback 9' plays through some really thick scrub oak and brush, so if you are by yourself it may take some time to find your discs after a few blind throws. No actual tee pads, there is an asphalt walkway that runs throughout the first 9 that is used as a tee on most holes. For a c ...
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-  +1 votes  + James B › July 1, 2014
This is a surprisingly fun course which isn't one bit pretentious. This course (now 18 holes) is great. The flow is pretty smooth, the holes vary in length, elevation, angles, you name it. There are two tee boxes (no cement pads) for almost every hole, making it more accessible to beginners and also more variable for regulars. The front nine mostly stays around the green mowed grass, with two or three holes making use of the natural, dry surroundings. The real fun begins on the back nine, kn ...
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-  +0 votes  + Taylor G › September 20, 2013
Fun little course to play. Only the front 9 holes are open right now. The back 9 holes are closed due to vandalism. Only 2 baskets on hole #1 and #9, the rest are orange painted poles. Fairly good mix of distance but lack of elevation or technical changes. While I was there someone pulled up to try to advertise the course to me saying they were just getting it started. Printed maps at the beginning of the course.
-  +0 votes  + Phill Cardenaz › June 29, 2014
The course has baskets for every hole except one object. Maps provided at the start of the course or you can download it, making it pretty easy to navigate. It does take a little paying attention. The course played across a few valleys, a couple on hills, a couple of good blind holes. There are no pads yet but there are really clearly marked long (blue) and short (red) throughout the course. The back nine a pretty fun but I wouldn't recommend playing alone. It does get hot if you're playing throughout Summer, bring some water.
-  +0 votes  + Jake Grace › February 5, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Ranes › May 25, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Jacob S. › June 22, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Blake Balkman › November 5, 2014
excellent adventure-course. "outback 9" are great holes if you stay out of the scrub oak. lots of good course improvement going on, such as bridges and adjusting basket placement. Brandon's energy for holding tournaments and improving the course are excellent for the disc golf scene.
-  +0 votes  + James Smith › April 20, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Dayton K › March 26, 2016
This is a fun course to play. You can tell that there are people who have put a lot of effort into thinning out the trees and improving the course. The baskets are good enough but not great. It's definitely worth playing.
-  -1 votes  + Parker Davis › April 26, 2015
Pretty rough course. Tee areas for 6,7,8,9 were a mess. Baskets are cheap, (Costco special $60) back 9 is adventurous and pretty fun your first time though but overall, needs a lot of work. I wouldn't go out of your way to play this course.