- Price Free to Play
- Listing categories Public
- Location / Region NSW/ Jindabyne
- Teepad Type Grass
- Basket Type Innova Discatcher Pro 28
- Course Type Permanent
- Number of Baskets 9
- Number of Tees 9
- Access Type Public
- Course Designer NSW Disc Golf
- Course Map 10462496_783818621680685_2960496041044661211_n.jpg
Jindabyne Disc Golf was installed in August 2014 with 9 holes. It was upgraded to 18 holes in June 2015.
It is the brain child of Winter Olympian Scott Kneller and his brother Luke who run the Rob Kneller Foundation, a community group supporting the youth of Jindabyne.
The tees are marked by signs at each hole.
- Website http://nswdiscgolf.com
- Address 5 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne NSW 2627
6 reviews on “Jindabyne Disc Golf Course”
Nice use of park with mix of open and technical holes of variable length Good use of available elevation The peninsular hole is exciting with strong winds The local school uses it for school sport, so we should see some talent in a few years Rated 3.8Cons
Turf tees Limited signage
Beautiful views from the course overlooking the Snowy River. Great beginner friendly course. Great to see school across the road using the course apart of their Sports program.Cons
Can get very windy
Excellent use of elevation, beautiful location. Looking forward to playing a round in the snow (but not with my white discs!)Cons
It can get AMAZINGLY windy!
Very fun little course. Managed to shoot a solid -16 under here in the Snowy Mtn Marrathon on the standard layout. Eagles and aces are up for grabs. Good for 1 or 2 disc rounds.Cons
Rowing club may impact a few fairways.
Good baskets and a very picturesque course. Super fun layout with a bit of everything and plenty of ace chancesCons
Would be 4 star if signage and tee pads.
Back 9 is challenging and fun, nice technical shots required.Cons
Front 9 could be more challenging but good for beginners.