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Deer Lakes Park DGC

Opened in 2006, the course takes its name from three fishing lakes and a healthy deer herd in this 1,180 acre regional Allegheny County park. The disc golf course features a front and back nine layout that loop from the Blue Gill parking lot.

Sponsored by DGA

Knob Hill Community
Park DGC

Knob Hill is true to its name, with striking downhill shots and huff n’ puff approaches to some fast greens. Many long, open and grassy fairways, a water hazard, and plenty of hardwoods force accurate throws. Well-marked tee signs and putting basket.

Sponsored by Prodigy Disc

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Schenley Park DGC

Pittsburgh's first permanent disc golf course is located in historic Schenley Park with views of downtown. One third of the holes are on an open grassy hillside. The bulk of the course, however, is tightly packed into heavy woods.

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Linbrook Park DGC

This beautiful 9-hole course is both fun and challenging.  It continues the Pittsburgh tradition of long, well-crafted holes.  Wooded and technical, each throw begins with the thought that if you can just hit this right, you can pick up a stroke.

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Phillips Park DGC

Phillips Park disc golf course was created and bulit in 1996 by students and teachers at Carrick High School, which sits across the street from the park. The 9-hole course sits on a grassy hillside with mature hardwood trees, and features elevated shots through generous fairways, fast greens and out of bounds areas on the perimeter of the park.

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The Dips @ Denny Park

Dual baskets and red/white tees make two 9 hole loops that play up, down and around a bowl shaped park. 

The Dips at Denny Park
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