Folsom, CA 
B.T. Collins Park Share
Uploaded By: jasonandsharon Hole #2 (Taken 3/2017)
3 / 210ft. Par / Distance:
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Course Conditions as of 12/11/2017
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Course Details
PermanentCourse Type:
2017Year Established:
Folsom Disc Golf Club Designer(s):
Moderately Hilly & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
9 / 9Holes / Baskets:
1887 ft.Course Length: Metric
        27 Par Info:
        19.4 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
No / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
NaturalTee Type:
ProdigyHole Type:
9 / 26 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
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Description: Rec. course that plays through hilly fields and tall oaks underneath the city’s large electrical transformer towers. The course plays from the Greenbelt/Bike trail and wraps around the city’s water tower plant and B. T. Collins Park before ending up back at the beginning.

The park and beltway are multi-use areas. No smoking / drinking allowed in park. The course is on probationary status for its first year, so please be on your best behavior. This is one of several projects that the Folsom Disc Golf Club is working toward and our contingent on the success of this course.

Location Details
828 Willow Creek DriveStreet Address:
95630 Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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Local Directions: Us-50 to exit 27. Head north on E Bidwell St. for 1.8 miles to a right on Oak Ave Pkwy. Follow Oak Ave. for 1.3 miles which dead ends in the disc golf parking lot.

Special Note: Although the course is called B. T. Collins Park DGC and in fact does play around B.T. Collins Park, the beginning of the course is actually off the Oak Avenue Greenbelt/Bike Trail located at the dead-end of the Oak Avenue Parkway and just after the intersection with Willow Creek Drive and has its own parking lot located at approximately 760 Willow Creek Dr. Please park in this parking lot as the city does not want disc golfers to park on the street in front of the actual park, in order to minimize neighborhood interaction. The entrance to B. T. Collins Park will put you at roughly hole 7.