Pine Lines is a privately owned, heavily wooded course. This disc golf wonderland is situated on a pine tree plantation, 45 minutes north east of Perth city. This nationally renowned course is used annually, typically during the winter months, for various competitions and tournaments. The most notable of these events is the Perth Disc Golf Open. One of the top courses in the country. If given the opportunity, this place is a MUST visit for disc golfers.
- Address Private Property, Gidgegannup, 6083
6 reviews on “Pine Lines”
One of the Country's top courses. Add the Perth Open to your bucket list.Cons
Private course. Only available to play during major events.
Combination of tight (pine) lines and some open fairways - some lefty, some righty, well designed with continuing improvement Camping on course for comps No park users to give way to Rated 4.5 Great hostsCons
A hike to get to, but camping on-course helps Owner is building, and not always available
One of the best courses in Australia. Heavily wooded and very technical, well designed course by owner.Cons
Privately owned so not opened all year round.
One of Australia's great disc golf destinations. A rite of passage that everyone needs to experience at least once. Heavily wooded, well designed with good balance for players of all styles and skills. Camp on site during the event, enjoy the immense bonfire that gets built from course clean up material and enjoy the amazing hospitality from course owner and the PDGC.Cons
Privately owned so only accessible during tournaments or by prior arrangement. Danger of fire & extreme heat in summer also means limited time of year availability.
Inspirational, truly...all I need to say. Elevation, some heavily tree'd holes, some mixed, some open.Cons
It's on the wrong coast. Wasn't available when last visiting sadly.
One of the best courses in Australia. It tests every aspect of your disc golf game, with narrow wooded holes, elevation changes and a few fun open fairways. Loved playing it. Can't wait to play it again.Cons
Privately owned course, not open all year round. Only open upon request and during tournaments.