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Lubbock, TX

Mae Simmons Park

Permanent course
3.615(based on 9 reviews)
5440 ft. Metric
Moderately Hilly
Heavily Wooded
18 Holes
18 Baskets
5 Water in play

Mae Simmons Park

Course conditions:

  • Unplayable
  • Bad
  • Decent
  • Good
  • Perfect

The course lies along the west side of a bend of the Brazos River. There are many very tight tunnel shots, some of which are over or right down usually dry creek beds. Hole #1 and hole #9 have mandos. NOTE: The course generally flows counterclockwise and every basket has a small red marker in the direction of the next tee pad.

The course has and will be making more use of artwork. For example, hole #6 throws from the highest elevation to a basket on a life-size sun dial! Each basket has a unique custom number plate.More large art sculptures will be coming as the course progresses.

The course was envisioned, designed, financed, constructed, and is maintained by Windriders Flying Disc Club & local supporters.

Designer(s): Rob Lee
Year established: 2012
Multiple Tees / Pins: Yes / No
Par Info: 56
DGCR SSE: [ ? ] 53
Rounds Recorded / Average Score: 56 / 65 52 / 64
Tee Type: Concrete
Hole Type: Mach 5
Discs lost: 2
Misc. info.:
Somewhat cart friendly

Location

Local Directions:

From east of the Depot District, at the intersection of I-27 and 19th Street, travel east 0.7 miles. Turn right (south) into the park on a dirt then asphalt road that is just past the amphitheater. Travel south on the road and park just past the concrete walled building. A BBQ ring and practice basket are just past the parking lot. Hole #1 is up along the fence and throws south. (Note - This course lies about one mile south of Mackenzie Park Disc Golf Course.)

Latitude / Longitude:
33.576039, -101.826632 degree
Hole #17 Basket to Tee
Plays primarily downhill Hole #17 (Taken 9/2014) P-Katt
Par / Distance: 3 / 210ft.
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