Vienna, Austria 
Prater Disc Golf Share
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3 / 269ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #8 Tee

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Course Conditions

Course Details
PermanentCourse Type:
2011Year Established:
2018Year Redesigned:
Johannes Petz, Karl Seper Designer(s):
Mostly Flat & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
6248 ft.Course Length: Metric
        59 Par Info:
        52.5 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
RubberTee Type:
DISCatcherHole Type:
5 / 57 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
2 Discs Lost:
0 Course Guides:
Misc. Info.: Very Cart Friendly
Description: The tees are marked with short wooden posts that have signs on top. Most of the baskets are in view.

The course was redesigned in 2018 and now has 18 holes, with three par 4s and one par 5. A wide variety of shots is required.

Players tend to meet up and socialize at the central group of trees on the big meadow where holes #9 through #12 are located. Usually you can find a basket to practice putting on for a while until the next group of players comes to play a hole.

Some local players have established longer, as well as additional tees. They play with much consideration. Yet discs may be coming from unexpected directions at times.

Location Details
PraterPark / Location Name:
Prater Hauptallee / SüdosttangenteStreet Address:
1020 Zip/Postal Code:
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Local Directions: By public transport: take metro U2 to Donaumarina and walk to Prater Hauptallee along/under the heighway bridge (Südosttangente). This is the shortest walk, especially for access to holes #8 to #14. You can also take metro U2 to Stadion, see below.

By car: Use the Ernst-Happel-Stadion parking lot at the crossing Prater Hauptallee/Meiereistraße. Parking is free for up to 2.5 hours on most days.

Then walk towards the highway bridge crossing Hauptallee. After a 3-minute walk the first tee (hole #1) can be seen on the right, marked with a wooden pole.