Three Peaks Recreation Area

Cedar City, Utah     2 courses · 36 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + David Jordan › November 7, 2015
A
Excellent use of the natural terrain of this area. Lots of variety (uphill, downhill, level, short, medium, long, etc.). Concrete tee pads, DISCatcher baskets, and excellent signage. All discs come into play (distance, fairway, midrange, putter, overstable, understable). Par distances are in accordance with PDGA recommendations for a championship level course. Alternate pin placements. Alternate/shorter tees for all the par fours and fives. Trails from basket to next tee, so you don't get ...
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-  +3 votes  + patrik vaughn › October 9, 2015
A
This was a super fun course. Lots of technical shots. There is a couple of par 4 and par 5 which makes it fun. Cement tee pads. Really nice layout and great scenery while playing.
-  +3 votes  + David Jacobson › December 7, 2015
A+
This is my new favorite course. The scenery is great, the terrain is very unique and the course has a lot of fun holes. The tee pads are cement with plenty of room to throw. The course is well marked and professionally designed. Some of the holes are very long, but if you are up for a challenge this is the place to play.
-  +2 votes  + Jacob Banister › January 21, 2016
A+
Excellent course. Very challenging and very diverse. Easy to navigate. Definitely one of the tougher courses I've played. I recommend highly!
-  +2 votes  + Parker Davis › November 18, 2015
A
This is an incredible course. No matter what skill level you're at. Front nine is fun, yet challenging. Back nine .... it's a bear! Super fun though. Bring your A-game for distance driving. Great course to really get some driving practice in. Once fairway sage brush is taken out to help golfers find their discs it will be that much better.
-  +1 votes  + Ryan Ranes › June 7, 2016
B+
Super hard course rough terrain definitely need to play with someone for spotting. Fun course a lot of high elevated baskets in rocks for tough putts
-  +1 votes  + James Smith › June 12, 2016
A-
-  +1 votes  + Logan Little › September 19, 2016
A
Great course with beautiful scenery!
-  +1 votes  + Scott Campbell › March 19, 2016
A
Awesome scenery! Some real long holes. Cool how they have baskets in the rocks. Watch your disc on some of the holes. Overall a good course that will challenge you
-  +1 votes  + Spencer R › April 17, 2016
A-
Championship style course. Very long, tough course.
Not very friendly to the new player.
They really got creative with the hole placement and a par putt can quickly turn into a double bogey. Especially on a windy day.
The course was obviously designed by some quality players looking to challenge us and you better bring your A game just to throw even par.
-  +1 votes  + Aaron Cloward › June 4, 2016
A-
Nice, large cement pads, excellent signage, a good variety of holes (long, short, rugged, open, dogleg both ways), elevation changes, and excellent baskets make this course a blast to play. The fairways need more definition (there's no real difference between fairway and rough); if you don't have a spotter you can spend quite awhile hunting your disc, and a few of the long par 5s need better tee-to-pin location assistance. Bring excess water! It's easy to get dehydrated in this 7500+ foot 18 hole course.
-  +1 votes  + Don Kelley › December 28, 2016
A+
Long course that offers a great variety of obstacles, long and short shots with doglegs to the left and right. Probably the most fun course I have ever thrown at.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan RanesIronside › June 9, 2018
B+
Super challenging course definitely need a spotter to save time looking for discs.
Super Easy course to navigate from teepad to teepad
-  +0 votes  + David JordanIronside › June 24, 2017
A
Extreme! This is what I like to call "X-Games Disc Golf". This is not your friendly neighborhood park disc golf course. It's long, technical, and very difficult to get around. Be prepared for a fairly serious hike through the course. It makes for fun, adventurous round of golf!
-  +0 votes  + Logan LittleIronside › September 19, 2016
A
Fun technical course!!
-  +0 votes  + Don KelleyIronside › December 28, 2016
A
Rough course but very fun. Make sure you are ready to climb!!
-  +0 votes  + Celt ZIronside › May 25, 2018
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Course: Ironside DGC—Spectacular Professional Level Course! Perspective: Intermediate level, Master’s 60+ player with low to intermediate arm strength. Course Details/Info: • The Course map and course are to the north as you park in the Disc Golf parking lot in the Three Peaks Recreation Area. • 18-hole course with two-three alternate pin locations from each tee allowing for varying the course for routine play and tournaments. • Path between holes is fairly visible on sand an ...
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