Mechanicsburg, PA 
Messiah Village DGC Share
Uploaded By: optidiscic Hole #1
4 / 204ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #1 Basket

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    Course Conditions

    Course Details
    PermanentCourse Type:
    2009Year Established:
    Don Dillon Designer(s):
    Mostly Flat & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
    9 / 9Holes / Baskets:
    n/aCourse Length: Metric
            32 Par Info:
            18 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
    No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
    GrassTee Type:
    DISCatcherHole Type:
    80 / 23 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
    3 Discs Lost:
    0 Course Guides:
    Description: This is a tiny little pitch and putt course set on the property of the Messiah Village Retirement home. The design caters primarily to the senior citizens. Short, easily playable with a mid-range and a putter. Some holes are only 100 feet and others stretch out to around 230 or 240.

    Note: This is not a mini disc golf course (small discs) but they call it a mini course on the sign because it's a short pitch and putt.

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    Local Directions: Take US-15 to PA-114 exit. Head south on PA-114 off the exit and take the next left on to Kim Acres Drive. Take another quick left onto Aspen Dr. From there, follow signs to Messiah Village and you'll see the course in the open field just off the highway in about 1 minute.

    Once you get to the entrance to the facilities, drive 1/10 mile onto the grounds. Make a left onto Messiah Circle and drive 1/10 mile. Make a left on Locust and drive 1/10 mile. Make a right onto Oak Oval into the parking lot. The course is to the right. Tee #1 is a short walk down the hill past the tee sign for #8, past the thick grove of trees, and into the edge of the field where the wood box is with scorecards.