Try a Toss at Florida's #1 Disc Golf Course

By Visit Tallahassee

Home to two 24-hole courses, with three additional courses on the horizon, Tallahassee’s unique hilly landscape and century old live-oaks provide natures perfect backdrop for any day on the course. The sport offers players of all ages and skill levels a fun, healthy outdoor escape.

Listed as one of the top 100 Disc Golf courses in the world, the Tom Brown Park Disc Golf Course is an was completely redesigned by local legend Dave Muntean in 2017. In 2021, the course was rated #61 in the world according to UDisc and is Florida’s #1 course. Nine of the holes at Tom Brown Park play through wooded areas while the remaining holes are in open areas with picturesque moss-covered live oaks and pines trees on the fairways. There are also a few out of bounds (OB) areas around the course to create interest and increase the challenges of the game. Tom Brown Park is the premier course in the entire Northwest Florida region, and attracts a very large number of players every week, especially on weekends.

Dave Muntean plays disc golf at Tom Brown Park

The Jack L. McLean Jr. Park course is more of a “target” course, winding through tall pines and large oaks that will give the more experienced player the challenge they are looking for. Leagues and other organizations hold competition events periodically.

Need some gear, no worries, shop these three Tallahassee stores and hit the course.

Lofty Pursuits

One of the most unique shops in town offering skill-game, toy, restaurant, soda fountain and handmade candy in the making, Lofty Pursuits also carries the most extensive Disc Golf gear in Tallahassee. With over 1,000 discs to choose from it’s a great place to start your Disc Golf adventure, to pick up gear or cool off after a day on the course.

Additional places to pick up gear include Play it Again Sports, with over 200 discs in stock and Academy Sports.

Disc Golf Disc display at lofty pursuits


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