North Boundary Park

Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania     2 courses · 24 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + David FrohnapfelLearn to Play › December 2, 2019
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Me and my 11 year old son love this course. We've been playing a year and a half. We return here to work on new throws and discs.
-  +0 votes  + Doug CloutierChampionship course › August 4, 2022
A+
This course will challenge every aspect of your game. not only having all of the disc golf shots but also endurance as well. The custom stone work and well defined fairways are some key features here. The baskets are innova discatcher pro 28s in yellow that stand out in the woods. The tee pads are top notch, 5'x15' concrete and really grippy. Tee signage is really helpful as well with elevation changes and pindicators telling you which location the pin in currently in. Each hole has a next t ...
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-  +0 votes  + Chris LachendroChampionship course › July 5, 2019
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-  +0 votes  + Jeremiah LibbyChampionship course › May 21, 2020
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Course is long and challenging. Great separation between Gold, Blue and white tees allow for usage by varying skill levels. Some holes still have lines that are being worked on and will develop overtime. Many funnel shots and in some cases poke and pray holes that need a clearly defined line established. The amenities at this park are excellent but be prepared for a hike. Benches are on many of the holes, both 1 and 10 start near the main parking lot so it’s easy replenish supplies at the ...
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-  +0 votes  + Regis StumpChampionship course › November 14, 2019
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North Boundary dgc is going to turn into a premier NT course within the next 3-5 years..
It's that Damn good!
Elevation changes are above average, but it's an exciting challenge!
L2p course is great as well! A good one to teach on & learn on.
-  +0 votes  + Alphonse BorowskiChampionship course › October 27, 2019
A+
Hands down the best course in Pennsylvania. It is both physically and mentally demanding. This course will assert its will on you so bring a well rounded game because you will be throwing backhands, forehands, thumbers, tomahawks, and even the occasional roller. You will need to hit landing zones, play to prefered sides of the fairways, and land approaches in specific areas on the green. This course is a blast to play.
-  +0 votes  + Chris JacksonChampionship course › June 21, 2020
A+
hard, long, hilly, technical, and AWESOME!
-  +0 votes  + Micah BeidemanChampionship course › June 8, 2020
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-  +0 votes  + James FlattChampionship course › October 10, 2019
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-  +0 votes  + Matthew MaxwellChampionship course › June 5, 2020
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-  +0 votes  + Rich SpearChampionship course › September 30, 2020
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-  +0 votes  + Jed FarberChampionship course › October 2, 2020
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-  +0 votes  + Matt BettsChampionship course › November 3, 2020
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-  +0 votes  + Bradford BaylorChampionship course › November 23, 2020
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Wow, what a nice course, well maintained. This is definitely a championship course. Be ready to walk/climb. Bit tough for me as a beginner, but am using as a aspirational course.
-  +0 votes  + Sam WilsonChampionship course › October 21, 2021
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-  +0 votes  + Barry BadeauChampionship course › June 26, 2022
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-  +0 votes  + Nathan LomasChampionship course › May 8, 2022
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-  +0 votes  + Kevin CreaghChampionship course › June 13, 2022
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This is the pinnacle of courses to challenge yourself on in Western PA. Can't wait to see the Pros play it in September 2022.
-  +0 votes  + Alphonse BorowskiLearn to Play › October 27, 2019
B
-  +0 votes  + Rich SpearLearn to Play › September 30, 2020
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-  +0 votes  + Jonny brandChampionship course › June 10, 2022
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This is the first discgolf course I have ever played that feels like a full round of golf. Par 71 with 4 par 5, 9 par 4s and 5 par 3s all of which can be challenging from each of the three different tee configurations. The different tee pads give completely different looks on almost every hole. With the exception of the similarity between hole 4 and 12, the designer loves wooded down hole putter shots, every hole feels unique and challenging in their own ways. I consider this to be the best ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jason LowreyChampionship course › June 17, 2021
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First of all, let me just say that North Boundary (or NoBo) is a BEAST. This is easily the most challenging course I have played or hiked. Rollaways are a present threat on almost every shot, and lord help you if you get too far off the fairway. That being said, NoBo is absolutely stunning. So much custom stone work, amazing views and just an overall well thought out design. This course tests your endurance, shot selection, distance and accuracy. 18 Discatcher baskets, 3 very grippy concrete ...
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-  +0 votes  + Doug CloutierLearn to Play › August 4, 2022
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This ADA accessible Learn to Play course is designed well for its purpose. It is great for building on your skills. The holes gradually get longer with a dogleg par 4 in there. then some slope and forehands or turnovers are mixed in. It is pretty open and beginner friendly but also a great place for experienced players to get some short game practice. There is only 1 set of tees but they are artificial turf connected to paved paths. This course also feature discatcher pro 28s like its cham ...
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-  -2 votes  + Robin WWChampionship course › March 19, 2022
B+
One of the hardest courses ever played? YES. Would I come back? YES. Played blue tees. Only front 9. Hole 1: Par 4 Moderate uphill 500ft. (seemed longer) Hole 2: Par 4 Up and Down 450ft. (seemed longer) Hole 3: Par 4 Incredibly steep uphill 400ft. (seemed longer). You get the idea. I do love hole #5. I have now played it several times. It is growing on me. There are 3 tees for every hole. White, Blue, & Gold. I am unashamed to like the white tees the most.
-  -5 votes  + Pat SChampionship course › June 13, 2022
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Was very confusing to find the holes and some legit hills to walk up, like most of the hole designs. I understand its still early but improvements can be made. Also I played November 26 18 so last year this was a while ago
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