Slate Canyon Park

Provo, Utah     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jared Terry › July 21, 2015
This course was a lot of fun to play and also gave me a great workout! Lots of elevation to play and challenging shots. Plays through rocky slopes and native foilage so it helps to play in a group so you can watch each others shots to avoid losing a disc. A lot of great holes where you can let it rip and really watch the flight of the disc! Drove by the course the first time. A sign out by the road would be helpful to know where to pull through to start (large metal gates on east side of ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jake Grace › July 17, 2015
Great elevation course. I really enjoyed holes 10, 14, and 16. 10 and 14 are awesome downhill shots. and 16 is a fun hole where the basket is on top of a brick wall.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Ranes › July 19, 2015
Sick course terrain a little rough. Beautiful view
-  +0 votes  + Jacob Serio › July 16, 2015
Rugged mountain side course. Excellent concrete tee pads and Mach X baskets. Lots of elevation, which means lots of hiking. Tons of fun holes (#10 reminds me of the "catchers mitt" at Basecamp).

No signage as of yet, so just snap a photo of the map on hole 1 to get you through. Not much shade for those hot summer days, and it could use some cleaning( lots of broken glass!). Tall grass and weeds in some areas.

Overall its a really cool course. One of the best in the area.

-  +0 votes  + David Mccluskey › July 25, 2015
It was a great course but there was a lot of upshots. It's a workout to say the least but it was a very technical course. Make sure you take a picture of the course layout at hole 1 so you don't get lost. Make sure you have a spotter with ya, it will make it easier to find your disc.
-  +0 votes  + Eric Marsthing › July 10, 2017
PROS: - Very dynamic course. Lots of elevation changes and obstacles. - Devoted disc golf area, you really won't run encounter non-disc golfers - Cement pads and t-signs - Challenging!! CONS: - Lots of sand, dirt and rocks. It will eat up your discs! - If you shank a shot, you will be punished! I've hiked hundreds of feet down to retrieve a disc. - The T-signs are terrible. The have a little map, but they aren't oriented correctly and we threw the wrong direction twice!! - No directio ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jarod O'Brien › March 10, 2017
Very tiring, but exciting to play on. Wild shots are dangerous to retrieve to to lots of broken glass in OB areas.
-  +0 votes  + Max Robison › December 23, 2016
This course is my favorite course in Utah County. It is a full 18 hole course on the side of the mountain. You have a great view of Utah Valley the entire course. There is basically no shade and you're hiking the entire time, so bring water. There is lots of elevation change. The course layout makes use of the mountain very well. There are some uphill shots, lots of downhill shots, two top of the world shots, etc. This course is very technical. Make sure you throw accurately because if you throw ...
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-  +0 votes  + Ryan Reed › August 3, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Jason Rasmussen › October 25, 2018
Awesome course for downhill shots. Challenging uphill. Be prepared to hike especially if your disc goes rogue. If you are not used to the elevation you are getting the workout of a lifetime. First mountain course and I am hooked. I will be back for seconds next time I am in town.