Steve Green, Chris MacGregor, Ben Honey & Disc Golf Consultants
Mostly Flat & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
9 / 9Holes / Baskets:
2566 ft.Course Length: Metric
No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Very Cart Friendly
Description: Short but uses the available trees and some artificial OB (using the driveways) to force controlled shots. Hurricane Ike and various droughts have killed some of the trees that used to fill the park, but enough remain to consider most of the holes lightly wooded - there are no wide-open holes.
There is some slight elevation provided by drainage ditches and one small hill for the hole 4 green. All tees are concrete as of March 2019. Tee signs are hit or miss and new ones need to be made.
Hole #4 has an unmarked mandatory rule - tee shots must be to the right of the large pine tree on the left side of the fairway. A sign marking this rule will be installed in the future.
Hole #6 also has an unmarked mandatory to the right of the third tree to the left of the fairway. The intent is to prevent shots from being thrown towards Kirby Rd. A sign marking this rule will be installed in the future.
Taylor Lake Village Community ParkPark / Location Name:
500 Kirby Rd.Street Address:
Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
Click to find hotels
Find Nearby Hotels:
Click to viewLatitude/Longitude:
Local Directions: From Houston: Take I-45 south to the NASA Bypass exit. Follow NASA Parkway East to Kirby Road and turn left. Turn right at the second driveway at the Taylor Lake Village City Hall and proceed to the parking area in the community park. The park driveway is one way, so be sure to proceed to the northernmost driveway in the park to exit.
If coming from Red Bluff Rd (either from TX Highway 146 or from the southeast corner of Loop 8) turn south on Kirby Rd at the intersection of Red Bluff and Kirby. Drive past the first driveway to the park - which is exit only - and turn left at the driveway in front of the City Hall building.