Crystal City Underground

Crystal City, Missouri     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Stu Thomas › March 31, 2013
You HAVE to put this course on your bucket list. It is the most "unique" disc golf experience you'll probably ever have... This is an old Silica Sand mine that they used to make glass. The mine was closed in 1986. Day or night, whether the weather ;-) outside is 110º or -30º snowing, raining, it's always a fairly humid 55º inside. There are 2 courses: NORTH easier and no water hazards, SOUTH: water on about 8 holes and longer. You will get a pretty good leg workout walking in the loose ...
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-  +1 votes  + Erik Boczkaja › December 23, 2014
Incredible course, worth the trip and i live in west michigan. Comparable to playing disc golf on a beach, and we played 4 round of 18 and not one of us hit the ceilling. Every basket is well lite. Also jokerst memorial park and west city park near by make it a go to city for disc golf.
-  +1 votes  + Stoney J › February 12, 2014
Not just a novelty course. Some very challenging technical shots. The walls make you throw straighter shots. Had a blast throwing this course. Especially when it was 30 degrees and snowing hard outside. I played in a tshirt and was sweating.
-  +1 votes  + Joel P › February 28, 2016
-  +1 votes  + Rocky "THE GREAT ONE" Armijo › August 6, 2015
one of the best courses ive ever played and an awesome experience I had so much fun I will never forget that place
-  +0 votes  + ronald shufelt › July 6, 2012
awesome in a cave never before the experience alone is worth the A+ a little confusing in a couple of spots but flowed pretty well and a good mix of long and short i think the longest hole was about 350 maybe but its a cave. They do have 2 full 18 hole courses one with more water then the other bring your glow discs!!
-  +0 votes  + Brian Vogel › January 7, 2013
Great Idea and lots if fun but a lot if the lights were out and it was kind of hard to find you way around.
-  +0 votes  + Justin Stern › April 22, 2013