Moraine State Park is sponsored by Brent Mayes & Discraft
The par-66 championship level Lakeview course opened to the public Spring 2005 and features two par 5s, eight par 4s, and eight challenging par 3s. Hole distances measured from tee to green center.
Accuracy rewarded, both off the tee and on approach shots. Throwing far is good, too. Spectacular views and scenery on the course with fairways covered in grass, ferns or carpets of moss. Most holes have elevated tees or greens; mostly open fairways with many well positioned guardian trees. Take water on the course; a round of golf at Moraine is a strenuous but rewarding workout.
Tees: Concrete on all Gold tees (rated at 1000) and Blue tees, (rated at 950) with recycled rubber mats on beginner-friendly White tees (900).
Targets: DGA Mach X; A/B/C pin locations.
From Pittsburgh and South: Take 79N to Portersville exit. Turn LEFT at stop sign. .5 mile to a RIGHT on Rt. 19N. Go .5 mile to a RIGHT onto West Park Rd. Go approx. 3 miles, then RIGHT into the park. Follow signs for North Shore and Lakeview Beach about 2 miles through park.
From East: Take US 422 West. Take North Shore exit. Turn right at T intersection w/stop sign (big rock straight ahead). Travel about 3 miles through park and follow signs for Lakeview Beach.
From West: Take US 422 East. Exit RIGHT at US Rt. 19. Follow Rt. 19 South 3/4 mi, then LEFT onto Burnside Rd. for 1.4 miles. Turn LEFT onto West Park Road. 1 mile to North Shore of Moraine State Park. Follow signs to Lakeview Beach, about 2 miles into park.
From North: I-79 S to Slippery Rock/Rt. 108 exit. Follow signs to West Park Road and North Shore of Moraine State Park about 5 miles. Turn left into park and follow about 2 miles to Lakeview Beach.
Gold Tees: 51 -- Paul McBeth; 2015 Pro Disc Golf World Championships
Blue Tees: 52 -- Matt Orum; 2005 Pittsburgh Flying Disc Open
White Tees: 57 -- Brian Heider; 2008 Ironwood Open
Gold Tees: 62 -- Val Jenkins; 2009 Pittsburgh Flying Disc Open
Blue Tees: 63 -- Angela Tschiggfrie; 2008 Pittsburgh Flying Disc Open
White Tees: 67 -- Karen Farrell; 2009 Pittsburgh Flying Disc Open
Moraine Disc Return Box!
Our first disc return box is officially in place at Moraine.
The Pittsburgh Flying Disc course promoters will have keys to the box and be working to return all discs found.
Big thanks to Brent Mayes efforts in making this finally happen. Hopefully all PFD courses will have ones too.
Course Promoters Moraine:
Photos Courtesy of Jerry Gotcher