Course Overview:

 

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 original baskets were fabricated and installed by metal shop and construction students.  Jim O'Mara's Eagle scout project in 1998 added concrete tee pads and tee signs.  Citiparks paid for new baskets installed by PFDS volunteers in November 2011.

 

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.

 

Tees:  Red tees, natural (Recreational 850-rating); White tees, concrete (Intermediate 900-rating). 

 

Targets:  Innnova DISCatchers; A/B pin locations.

 

Par:  Red 27, White 27.

 

Designer: J. Gary Dropcho and Carrick High School Frisbee Club.

 

Directions:

 

South of Pittsburgh. From Liberty Tunnels take Rte. 51 south to a left at 1st light (Bausman St.), to a right on Brownsville Rd., 2 miles to a right on Parkfield St. 1 block to War Memorial - the park is straight ahead. 1st tee on left over hill at the top of the stairs.

  

Course Records:

 

Men:

 

White Tees - B pins:  49 -- Mark Prestopnik, Phillips Monday League 4/9/12

 

Red Tees:

 

Women:

 

White Tees:  

 

Red Tees:

Course Promoters: 

Pete Dawida

Email: petedawida@gmail.com

Vacant

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Phillips Park DGC

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