Prince Solms DGC

New Braunfels, Texas     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Ken Himes › November 23, 2015
Obviously this course must have been redesigned/remodeled since the last reviews. Even the pictures of this course don't represent current conditions. All of the baskets look new vice one (surface rust on chains due to recent flood) and course is well maintained. It's not the most difficult course, but has definitely improved!
-  +1 votes  + Mike meyer › October 30, 2018
The Tri county disc golf club has paid to have concrete teepads poured for all 9 holes on the course. Signs are large and perfect. Our club has also added a second set of chains to the baskets. Enjoy. Any other ideas for improvements or interest in club membership can be submitted to the club president Mike Meyer. You can find me on our facebook page here
-  +0 votes  + Marc Doonan › September 10, 2011
30 was not my score it was the number of minutes of my life that i wasted trying to play golf here
waste of time... no sign of disc golf here. No signs to help navigate the coarse.... 4x4 posts for tee pad markers but no numbers on them... park " rangers" that had no clue where the first hole was, no map of any kind. one of the baskets that i did find had two different numbers on it WTF? would not recommend to a friend, enemy, or anyone else... F U Prince Solmes take your disc golf basket and stick it where the grass don't grow... oh wait that's the whole coarse!
-  +0 votes  + Juston Barrett › January 11, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Jonathan Rodriguez › December 13, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Mia Lofton › April 22, 2019
Great little 9-hole course just next to Schlitterbahn (with close access to the Comal River, if you feel like tubing!). The walk is very easy, and some good technical holes. If I recall, the longest hole is close to 400ft so nothing radical here. Hole 6 has a great view and vibe of the river, but be mindful of OB. The big con here is the foot traffic and park guests who are unaware of the disc golf course and tend to carry their tubes and coolers through the middle of the fairway while you're mid throw. Hey - if you can't beat 'em, join 'em!