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Jesmond Park Disc Golf Course

3.33 / 5
Free to Play
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  • Price Free to Play
  • Listing categories Public
  • Location / Region NSW/ Newcastle
  • Teepad Type Grass
  • Basket Type DGA Mach V
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 9
  • Number of Tees 27
  • Access Type Public
  • Course Designer Newcastle Disc Golf Club
  • Course Map Jesmond-Course-Map.pdf

The Jesmond Park Disc Golf Course first opened to the public in 2011. A 9 basket course with multiple tee positions offering a variety of shot making challenges and terrain changes. Located at Jesmond Park, Newcastle NSW.

  • Address 4 Robinson Avenue, Lambton NSW 2299
  • FlySpot

    Rating: 3 / 5
    Pros

    Challenging course for all skill types. Great use of the park and it's surrounds with multiple tees.

    Cons

    Course split in halves with a short walk. Not a major issue though.

  • Paul

    Cons

    Mosquitoes, Mosquitoes, Mosquitoes.

  • Mcscott

    Rating: 3 / 5
    Pros

    Great course for all types of players.

    Cons

    Some holes where a bit confusing and the mosquitoes were hectic!!!

  • TeamBRO

    Pros

    Good mix of open and technical, and hole lengths among mature trees and differing elevation Amenities and close to shops & accom Multiple tees Rated 4.0

    Cons

    Turf tees, minimal signage Take your bug spray with you Short walk between split course

  • cassie_sweetten

    Rating: 3 / 5
    Pros

    Fantastic course for all skill types. Multiple tees.

    Cons

    Mosquitos are bad! Be sure to take bug spray when playing

  • davidheath

    Rating: 3 / 5
    Pros

    well manicured grass course with plenty of trees. Some elevation changes to keep it interesting. Alternate tees for the more (or less) adventurous.

    Cons

    Can be very wet underfoot. The mozzies won't just bite, they're planning a kidnap mission to bodily pick you up and take you back to their place! Others have mentioned the walk between holes 3 & 4... but it's no big deal.

  • Captain Oblivious

    Rating: 3 / 5
    Pros

    A good local community course with a good mix of skills required to play well. Multiple tees. Good park facilities, plenty of taps and bathroom in the middle of the course.

    Cons

    Plagued by mosquitoes in warmer months. Some alternate tees hard to find. Multiple course changes due to council redesigns has meant some tee signs are no longer relevant. Natural grass tees show signs of erosion in some spots.

  • Mountaineer

    Rating: 3 / 5
    Pros

    Good layout, lots of fun, alternate tees. Great location in the city, but still a quiet enough park.

    Cons

    Crossing paths a few times, a few long walks, mosquitos

  • smilliken88

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Very enjoyable course. It includes 4 different tee options on most holes which range in difficulty, this makes it a challenging short 9 hole course. Great for all levels of player.

    Cons

    Mosquitos during summer months.

  • Niggles

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Nice challenging lines without being too wooded.

    Cons

    Fairways cross but not too often.

  • Molarink071

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Caters for a big range of players. Offers a lot of different ways to play each hole.

    Cons

    Course splits but isn't a major issue and being built on a swamp isn't the best

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