Knox Mountain

Kelowna, British Columbia     1 course · 18 holes

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-  +0 votes  + Charlie Picken › January 14, 2024
Great course for the amount of land they have. Really only suitable for 9 holes but nice to have alternate tee pad options as well. The 9 baskets are used for 18 holes. This creates a lot of intersections on the course. Definitely enjoy the hole layouts and it is pretty open so easy to see if ifs safe to throw or not. Great map at the main parking lot. Hole 10 is the only one not accurate. Udisc is accurate though. When the course is busy you gotta be patient and wait for the holes to be clear before throwing.
-  +0 votes  + Derk Zimmer › July 30, 2019
Great use of available land -- low ceiling shots make it fun and challenging! A bit of criss-crossing happening and walkers abound -- be patient!
-  +0 votes  + CooCoo 333 › July 18, 2021
The Confusing layout has been fixed and tee and next tee direction markers have been added. This made the course way easier to navigate and was the only flaw I noted in my earlier review .

Good course
-  +0 votes  + Alan Stanley › October 15, 2021
-  +0 votes  + Dan Dirtman › September 22, 2020
A tight course using 9 baskets from two positions. When there are not many players or hikers it makes for a great hour and a bit. But crossfire can be hazardous to dog walkers and the uninitiated. New tee pads are beautiful. But signage at this point is notta but coming soon. Watch for someones update. U disc does help. A couple of yellow watch for flying discs signs would be appropriate at beginning of the walking trail. The pros of Knox is the the location in the heart of the city. Some low ha ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dale Rourke › September 24, 2021
Fun course, but keep your head on a swivel when it's busy :)
-  +0 votes  + Aaron JacksonCrabb › February 6, 2023
An open wooded and sandy course squeezed between Knox Mountain and Okanagan Lake. Beautiful scenery. BUT the Front 9 and Back 9 use the same baskets. Tee pads are separate and WHEN BUSY THERE ARE FLYING DISCS EVERYWHERE !!! Watch Out, Yell, Be Courteous and hope you come away without being beamed by a flying disc. Great beginner and intermediate course.
-  +0 votes  + Chris Van Seters › May 25, 2022
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Belanger › July 2, 2023
Knox has steadily improved over the years and is a well laid out course considering it's size and the fact it has 18 holes on 9 baskets. There are many fun technical lines to throw in the trees and from high ground, and some well placed baskets to create a variety of putting challenges. The tees are nice, but a bit small, and the signage is lacking. Without udisc or a course regular in your group, it is tough navigating where to go on some holes. The biggest flaw of this course is simply how ...
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