Moderately Hilly & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 ( x 1 ) / 18Holes / Baskets:
8370 ft.Course Length: Metric
No / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
Mach 3Hole Type:
Description: This is a Championship course designed by the famous Tom Schot ( designed De la Veaga as well)
within a beautiful park , Clean, Safe , surrounded by a lake and meadows full of wildlife , try and see the Owls on hole 18 up in the trees, it makes as one of the most fun courses in California. With an average of 2-3 positions on each hole, you get a variety of special shots, some short beautiful wooded holes to a 1288 foot par 5 wide open not a tree in sight down a runway of gorgeous grass, bombs away. Technical for pros and fun for beginners this course has everything you can ask for in the disc golf world of courses. A gem and Never crowded even on weekends, within 30 minutes of de la veaga and CSUMB course your in disc golf heaven, friendly safe and a straight up legitimate challenging championship course.
Cons: There are alot of Out of Bounds but not tight OB, the Poison Oak is being maintained better then it ever has, id still suggest bringing long pants if your allergic and some technu just in case. its a long wonderful course so bring water and snacks, there are plenty of places to go pee if you have to go and only bathrooms by holes 1,2 and 18 inside the main Park area.
Other Thoughts: If you see anyone working out on the Course please stop and say hi, its an all volunteer maintained course , we pride ourselves in keeping it clean so please pack it in pack it out.. ENJOY
Pinto lake Park / Location Name:
110 Rancho Todos Santos Rd.Street Address:
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Local Directions: From the south - take the Green Valley Road exit off of Highway 1. Continue on Green Valley Road for approximately 3.7 miles; turn left into the park at the County Park entrance that's across from Arroyo Drive.
From the north - take the Airport Blvd. exit and go 2.1 miles. Turn left on Green Valley Road; the County Park entrance will be on your left after 1.7 miles.
Park at the very end of the big parking lot on your right. The first tee is near the the northwest corner of the parking lot. Look for the red stumps in the ground and the sign board.