Kansas City showcases some of the best disc golf courses in the country with close to 30 disc golf courses, both public and private across the 2 state area. This growth is due in part to the KCFDC and it’s many volunteers.
Below are the courses in the area that are proudly supported and maintained by the KCFDC.
Prairie Center Park: Olathe, Kansas
A beautifully landscaped and well maintained jewel southwest of the KC Metro. The course features Innova Discatchers with multiple placements, concrete tees (including five holes with dual concrete tees), a practice basket area, benches, restrooms, and multiple picnic shelters.
Rosedale Park: Kansas City, Ks
A popular favorite with 2 courses to choose from – Up Top or Down Under.The original, or Up Top course, winds along the open areas of the park. It follows the edge of a prominent bluff and wind is almost always a factor. The Down Under course was designed in 1997 to wind through the wooded hillsides.
Shawnee Mission Park: Lenexa, Ks
Course was established in 2007 and is mostly flat terrain, lightly wooded. Lots of open space, a few tunnel shots, two short holes and a dog leg left on 18. Alt. pin locations.
Wyandotte County Park: Bonner Springs, Ks
A longer than average course in the peaceful setting of western Wyandotte County.It has found its place as a favorite disc golf destination for many in the Kansas City Area and beyond and has seen such events as several Kansas City Wide Opens, the 2003 Am Worlds and the 2009 Pro/Am Worlds.
Lakeside Hills (Birdland): Olathe, Ks
18 challenging holes carved out on multiple hillsides overlooking Lake Olathe on a former ball golf course. Secluded, disc only land use with a fair amount of trees, elevation, prairie, and a little water.
Blue Valley Park: Kansas City, Mo
There are 2 courses located at Blue Valley park. A nine hole junior course and the monster 11,000ft+ Championship 18 hole course with a variety of long open shots and extreme elevation. Challenging, with beautiful panoramic views.
Water Works Park: Kansas City, Mo
Kansas City’s most beautiful and famous disc golf course. Water Works has become a favorite of many Kansas City golfers as well as a multitude of visiting golfers—both pros and ams. Featuring lush grass, mature trees, and elevation changes on most of the holes.
Swope Park: Kansas City, Mo
A Kansas City Original. Swope Park Disc Golf Course was established in 1981 and continues to be a favorite KC course. It has a country club atmosphere, featuring a club house with deck. There are many elevation changes, with tree-lined fairways.
Kessler (Cliff Drive): Kansas City, Mo
Great views of the city! This KC course is located in Kessler Park just off historic Cliff Drive. The course plays around the old municipal reservoir and is one of the highest points in the city. Featuring a mix of long open shots and technical woods, this course will take its toll on both your body and your score.
Legacy Park: Lees Summit, Mo
Suburban disc golf course with an even mixture of open and wooded holes.This course opened in March 2009 in Lee’s Summit’s premier Legacy Park. Baskets are Innova DiscCatchers, with most holes having 2 placements.
Young Park: Blue Springs, Mo
A technical wooded course demanding shot placement with plenty of risk and reward.Young Park was designed to give Kansas City a very technical control course among its fantastic more open courses.
Lake Shore: Pleasant Hill, Mo
Rather open and grassy with scattered trees. The lake is in play on 4 holes and in view (but not in play) on 5 more holes. Situated along Lake Shore Lake, southeast of Kansas City, MO. An educational animal farm is also on the property.
Bad Rock Creek: Liberty, Mo
Mix of short/medium technical wooded holes, open holes throwing in/out of woods, good elevation, 5 holes with water in play, well mowed fairways with generous width but tall grass OB.
Hidden Valley Park: Kansas City, Mo
Wide open beginners course.