Old City Park

Moab, Utah     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + Ryan Ranes › October 2, 2010
a fun course benches on every hole the first 7 holes were the same shot over and over again 18 i could shoot at all day
-  +2 votes  + Jared Kastleman › May 27, 2012
Well designed, challenging desert course. Excellent signage and benches on every hole. The baskets are tip top. The terrain is hilly with lots of plant life that creates an abundance of obstacles in the fairways. Sometimes even with a great drive you find yourself putting from behind something. Some great down hill holes throw a little mountain golf flavor in the mix. Some long up hill holes increase the difficulty of this course substantially. There are many blind holes at Old City Park, so kno ...
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-  +1 votes  + Steve H › June 23, 2011
Not my favorite course. All holes were designed for RHBH throwers (they all go straight then hook to the left). Go to the other moab course, you'll like it TONS better.
-  +1 votes  + Karina Mutha Huckin'-Nowels › September 16, 2011
Great layout, fun course, and will always find time to throw when down there on vacation. Really enjoyed the layout, moderately challenging, with great views of Moab. Different change from the norm, really close to town and loved the fact I only saw less that 6 people on the days played. Watch out for the cactus and bring lots of water and HIGH quality treats to enjoy :)
-  +1 votes  + Kyle W › May 27, 2015
It's not a walk in the park. But it definitely lets you soak up the feel of Moab while getting in a round. I found the course somewhat difficult. Many of the holes call for a perfect tee shot. Because you're exposed most of the time to the heat, having water and snacks is a must. It certainly pushes you to make good shots. Because of the desert-scape, it is easy to lose track of discs. Our group didn't lose any discs, but I can see having some go missing. If you rely on rollers at all, the land ...
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-  +0 votes  + "The" Chad Cross › April 2, 2011
Good signs and markers, locals are really friendly. Thick brushes spotter would be good, some medium holes that are real challenging the scenery really makes the course I would be happy to play this course on a regular basis.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Barrow › December 19, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Ryan T › October 8, 2011
Great tee pads, benches, and signs add a nice touch. Great scenery but lots of brush and cacti to avoid.
-  +0 votes  + Markus Mika › June 8, 2012
Great place for DG, back 9 is pretty tough. Signs made navigating really easy.
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Price › May 12, 2013
Fun course. It's laid out well. Bring a couple old discs for some holes or use a spotter. It has a desert and forest flavor. Signs at every hole to aid with location of the basket and distances. Awesome of the local businesses sponsoring the holes to make this course possible.
-  +0 votes  + Heather Grimes › June 9, 2013
-  +0 votes  + xaeLen n › September 6, 2013
very cool course. was enjoying it tremendously until the storm nailed us.
-  +0 votes  + J.R. Smith › November 6, 2015
My beloved home course where I learned to disc. FYI I'm also the official/unofficial caretaker.
-  +0 votes  + Jacob S. › April 28, 2014
Cool layout with a variety of fun holes. Well kept area with excellent signage, benches, and tee pads. Good baskets.
-  +0 votes  + Collin Anderson › April 3, 2015
Absolutely fantastic course. Of the Utah courses, I've played Creekside, Solitude, Roots, U of Utah, and Valley Regional, and this one is the most fun I've played. I throw RHFH and I did not find the setup to be too bad. Just have a few really straight or understable discs and you'll be fine.
-  +0 votes  + Scooby D › May 10, 2015
Went here with four friends in March and had perfect weather. We were pleasantly surprised with this course and had a ton of fun on every hole. Others have mentioned that there are a lot of holes that curve to the right, which is correct... I wouldn't want to be the lefty on this course. There is cactus all over the place so I'd recommend thick soled shoes. Also, be prepared to get pounds of sand in those shoes! The pads are very well maintained with signage that is fairly well maintained o ...
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-  -1 votes  + Quincy B › January 18, 2015