Woodsboro Regional Park

Woodsboro, Maryland     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +5 votes  + Sonja Son › May 11, 2016
It's good
-  +4 votes  + Jim Hall › May 11, 2016
18 Baskets with 3 sets of tee pads! Build by disc golfer's for disc golfer's. Side note watch out for the old goat ;)
-  +4 votes  + Ron Watson › May 11, 2016
Tightly Wooded 18 holes with 3 Pads -- Red, Blue, and Green. Red is short but challenging. Blue is long and challenging. And green is long and challenging. A great mix of wooded and open holes: 1, 2, and 9 are open with guardian trees, the rest are heavily wooded at distances ranging 200-400ft with interesting elevation. 1 Red is an uphill shot of 235', iirc, but it plays about like 350' because of the uphill basket and sloped, natural grass tee. Blue 1 is a monster uphill shot th ...
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-  +3 votes  + John Buck › March 28, 2011
First time playing this course on 12/28/09 with Jen. The ground was covered with frozen snow & about 15-20 degrees. Since then, I've played at this course a bit more often. I don't mind the natural tees, but it would be nice to have concrete teepads since it can get slippery when it's wet. Most of the baskets are strategically placed, so it's a big plus. Not as wide open as 2 other Frederick, MD area courses (Heritage Farm & Middletown Park.) Most of the time I'll play twice around this co ...
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-  +3 votes  + Geremy Gieryna › September 11, 2017
Each tee plays completely different than the other tees on each hole. This in turn provides you with 3 courses on one course!

Locals will say the course is wide open now, too many trees have been cut. But the out of towners complain about poke and hope holes. The fact of the matter is that there IS a line on every hole. If you don't hit it then it's your own fault. Try Heritage, or Middletown, if the trees are bothering you too much
-  +3 votes  + Chad Baker › May 11, 2016
Recently revamped course with a good mix of open and wooded holes with elevation mixed in.... Red layout is shorter with a lot of birdie opportunities without being too easy, blue layout is longer and significantly more challenging, and green is the toughest layout that will challenge the most seasoned of golfers.
-  +3 votes  + Phill Dilone › May 11, 2016
Love this course... Played the longs first and shorts second to change it up and get a full 18 in... also walking from 6-7 is a great view and the T-Pad at 7 fun to air out some disc on the big hill as well.... Old 7 is now new 9... great long downhill shot!

As of late 2015 there is now a full 18 holes! I have played all around the US and this is by far one of my favorite course. Very challenging, heavy woods, great elevation, and will soon have 3 tee pads for each hole!
-  +3 votes  + Tommy Kline III › September 1, 2016
-  +2 votes  + Steve Minnick › May 11, 2016
-  +2 votes  + Thomas Proffitt › September 23, 2015
-  +2 votes  + Joe Poole › March 14, 2017
-  +1 votes  + Eric Boger › November 5, 2017
-  +1 votes  + Joseph Booth › September 30, 2017
This is a very nice course and I would like to play it again very soon. It's a bit of a drive from Ellicott City - but totally worth it. Do yourself a favor and head out for a round.

There is elevation change so be ready to hike a bit as well. The course is very well marked; played it without a map. There is some hunting of route; but not bad at all.
-  +1 votes  + Deb Coates › March 28, 2017
-  +1 votes  + Robert Marr › October 29, 2017
-  +1 votes  + Aaron Baugher › October 29, 2017
Beautiful holes. Well cared for course. Fun lines. Varying difficulties.
-  +1 votes  + Evan Frady › October 30, 2017
Great course, really appreciate all the work being done on It!!!
-  +1 votes  + Tracy Jones › May 21, 2018
Woodsboro is a unique course with elevation changes on almost every hole. Three (3) tee pads on every hole boxed in by railroad ties with crush (except for holes 1 and 2) give it an old western feel on each hole with good grip. All tee pads drain extremely well unless you are in a down pour and almost dry immediately. In the winter months with freeze and thaw during the day it may take a little longer to become dry but that should be expected. This course was redesigned in 2015 when 9 additional ...
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-  +0 votes  + Mark Fachler › June 30, 2018
-  -2 votes  + Travis Hahn › June 27, 2015
If you're playing Heritage you might as well make the short trip down the road to play this course. I wouldn't go out of my way to play it. It's not well maintained.