• Discover new ways to elevate your game with the updated DGCourseReview app!
    It's entirely free and enhanced with features shaped by user feedback to ensure your best experience on the course. (App Store or Google Play)

Fircrest, WA

Fircrest Rec. Center DGC

Permanent course
15(based on 1 reviews)
1500 ft. - 2200 ft. Metric
Mostly Flat
Lightly Wooded
9 Holes
9 Baskets

Fircrest Rec. Center DGC

Course conditions:

  • Unplayable
  • Bad
  • Decent
  • Good
  • Perfect

The first permanent disc golf course in the Pacific Northwest. It was built and designed in 1977 for play with the then popular Whamo plastic discs. With no funds for baskets, the course was built with nine white poles for targets ranging in length from 90' to 300'.

There are no tees or signs but the course starts on the south side of the rec buildings and plays in a counter clockwise fashion around the small popular park. The course is not available when baseball games are in progress.

Designer(s): Tracy Wolcott, Terry Larson, Jim Valentine
Year established: 1977
Multiple Tees / Pins: No / No
Par Info: 30
DGCR SSE: [ ? ] 21.9
Rounds Recorded / Average Score: -- / -- -- / --
Tee Type: Grass
Hole Type: Other
Discs lost: 0
Misc. info.:
very cart friendly Restrooms Available


Fircrest Park 555 Contra Costa Avenue Fircrest, 98466 Washington
Local Directions:

I-5 to exit 132 or 132 A. Merge onto WA-16 West and continue 1.6 miles to exit 1C. Turn right onto S Center St. Road name changes to Regents Blvd. In 0.2 miles turn left onto Electron Way. Arrive at Contra Costa Ave on the right. The Fircrest Park and Recreation Center on your right.

Latitude / Longitude:
47.233404, -122.512542 degree
Hole #5 Target
Hole #5 (Taken 7/2020) The Valkyrie Kid
Par / Distance: 5 / 558ft.

Latest posts