Firefighters Memorial Park
Firefighters memorial park is Kingman's oldest disc golf course. Built by the City of Kingman, and designed by Rob Pine in 1994 this course has held most of our locals events, bag tags, and weekly league nights. This 9 hole course is fairly short, but with low hanging trees, plenty of OB, and the occasional dog or kid picking up a disc it can be a great challenge to all skill levels. Recently added concrete tee pads were installed on the normal layout, but there are three tee's for every hole, leaving players with a short, intermediate, and long hole layouts. Course maintenance still continues with new tee pad signs and welcome sign very soon to come. Hole 1 Is located in the far SW corner of Firefighters Memorial Park on Detroit Ave. just a short distance from I-40 and just seconds away from restaurants, shopping, and fuel stations on Stockton Hill rd. Weekly league night held by the KDGC start around 5-530pm every Thursday night, and can last long into the night with available lighting from the middle school and skate park. League nights are great for ace pools, tag holders, new comers, and anyone wanting to put their money were their mouth is. Enjoy Kingman's oldest course, remember to pick up your trash, and we will see you on Thursday!
Cactus Flats Disc Golf Course
Cactus Flats DGC is located to the far North side of Kingman at Mohave Community College. Built by Rob Pine and MCC in 2007 it is our only 18 hole course currently. Wide open shots, a plentiful supply of cactus in every shape size and form, and some great landscape changes really makes Cactus Flats a fun course to play. Three tee positions give players the option of short, intermediate, and long tee positions. This course plays best early in the morning or late in the evening, due little tree coverage and typical high wind conditions. BE PREPARED this course can fight back, long pants, footwear that covers the entire foot, and possibly a long stick are great things to keep in mind when heading out to play. Also be careful where you set your bag, we are only visitors to this desert area. Ants, snakes, cactus, and other desert creatures live here year round so please respect their habitat and try not to get any cactus on your towel or bag straps. Although there are cactus and desert wildlife don't let that discourage you from playing, Cactus Flats in one of the best courses Kingman has to offer. A great place to work on those long throws, and big birdie putts. Get out there today and if the conditions are just right, you may have the best round of your life!
Deer Canyon Disc Golf Course
Deer Canyon Disc Golf Course, at approx. 7,000ft sits high above Kingman in the beautiful Hualapai Mountains. This is the newest addition of courses to the Kingman area built in 2010. Course designers Rob Pine, Rick Brannies, Jason Noonan, Josh Weum, and plenty of help from local golfers got to finally break ground and create an elevated woods type disc golf course Kingman had been wanting and needing for years. This course is located in Deer Canyon about 10 miles SE of Kingman directly off Hualapai Mountain Road on your way to the Hualapai Mountain Lodge. As you pull in to Deer Canyon park along the right side of the road and you will see a wooden staircase that leads you directly down to hole one. This is a thick wooded course with lots of steep ups and downs, loose rocks, thick bushes, and heavy tall trees making Deer Canyon a difficult course for even the best of players. There are 9 baskets with 3 different tee positions offering players short, intermediate, and long tee positions. Markers beneath the baskets will point you in the right direction for you next tee box. DONT let your guard down, your still in the desert. The Hualapai Mountains are home to many creatures and wildlife including; snakes, lizards, spiders, and even large animals like deer and elk like to visit from time to time. The deer and elk are very used to human contact but please do not feed the animals, and make sure not to piss off mama elk trying to protect her baby calf. Solid foot wear is strongly advised, with steep hills, and rocky descents, this course can fight back when you least expect it. This course has a majority of short holes so you can leave most of your long divers in the car, but don't forget those discs that help you get out of tricky spots because there are plenty of those. The Lodge is about 3 miles up the road from Deer Canyon so after a long exhausting round go enjoy some awesome food, brews, and views at the Hualapai Mountain Lodge and Resort.