- Situated on the Alaskan Highway just 15 minutes south of Whitehorse, the Yukon’s capital city.
- Our medium length course was established in 1997 by Jeff Luehmann and friends.
- The 18-basket disc golf course was added in 2021, design and layout by Josh Paton.
- The golf course was purchased in 2018 by Keith Byram & family.
- Drone images and video provided by Northern Drone Images.
- You will find the layout on the next pages with a description and a tee to green video flyover of each hole.
Hole # 1
- Par 4, 300-foot challenge
- A narrow, sloped and tree-lined fairway leads to an elevated, two-tiered green that for the adventurous, is reachable from any of the 4 tee boxes. Somehow it still produces more bogeys than birdies.
Hole # 2
- Another short par 4, but going for it off the tee is a very low percentage shot, with a red-staked ravine surrounding 3 sides of the green.
Hole # 3
- Winds may be a big factor in club choice with the 30-meter drop from tee to green.
- Three-putts are common as the green only appears to be flat.
Hole # 4
- This dogleg requires a precision lay-up off the tee to the edge of the large pond protecting the green.
- Winds over the water can play havoc with shots to the wide green, backstopped by out-of-bounds markers.
Hole # 5
- Big hitters will be challenged off the tee by a tight landing zone and a creek running across the fairway.
- Wind and pin placement on the very long green make club selection critical if you hope to ‘get there in two’.
Hole # 6
- Bunkers in front, water to the left and behind, and OB to the right make this a challenging par 3, even on calm days.
Hole # 7
- The toughest hole of the bunch requires a precise long iron lay-up, for a 160 yard second shot down a narrow treed fairway to a large rolling green, surrounded on 3 sides by water.
- Bogeys are good.
Hole # 8
- A creek, not visible from the tee snakes through the landing zone.
- Stay just left of centre or ‘get legs’ to clear the water for the approach to a large flat green backed by another pond.
Hole # 9
- A big wide fairway funnels quickly to challenge the accuracy of any long drivers.
- A sharp dog-leg left makes for a tricky lay-up around a blind corner for a wedge shot into a tiered and sloping green.