Rosedale Park was first designed in 1984. As a park that had been going downhill during the early 80′s, disc golf changed Rosedale into a flourishing public open area. The park now has public areas for disc golf, soccer, and softball. Two courses currently exist at Rosedale, referred to as Up Top and 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 mostly open fairways feature steep drop-offs to punish errant shots.
The Down Under course was designed in 1997 to wind through the wooded hillsides. It’s a technical woods course that winds along the side of the hill. Alternate tee pads and pin placements join forces with the trees to make this course a favorite training ground for young Jedi.
‘Up Top’ Course:
Target Type: Mach3
Tee Type: Concrete
Course Length: 5906
Alternate Length: 6313
‘Down Under’ Course:
# Holes: 18
Target Type: Disc King King Pins
Tee Type: Gravel
Course Length: 3900
Alternate Length: 4300
Leagues at Rosedale
Monday’s and Wednesdays at 6 PM. View Event
- Rosedale Course News
- Playdg.com “Walk the Course” – Rosedale Up Top
- DGCourseReview.com – Rosedale Up Top
- DGCourseReview.com – Rosedale Down Under
Map To Course
Exit I-35 at Mission Rd. (south of Downtown KCMO), south up hill, park entrance on right at top. 1st tee for ‘Up Top’ course is by tennis courts and main parking lot. Go down set of stairs from #1 on original course to get to #1 Down Under.