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Will be traveling to MO over spring break, and i was interested in playing some serious disc golf as most of the courses here in wisconsin are still too muddy to play. any suggestions will be appreciated.

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Where about in Missouri ?
around the columbia or st. louis area, but could travel farther for good courses
Endicott park in St. Louis is great if set up in the right pin location.  Jefferson Barracks is also good.  The Kansas City area has some great courses, they were the host for the 09 worlds.  I think Water Works park was the best.

I'd venture to say that KC and Charlotte, NC are the two best DG towns in the world.



STL has a ton of nice courses in and around the area.


I can help you out with a few suggestions. Of course, these are all personal preference...

If you like a course that is well established, challenging, and ALWAYS has groups of locals you can join up with - Jefferson Barracks DGC

If you like a course that has a bunch of elevation change, length, and nice scenery - Sioux Passage DGC

If you like a course that is technical, tight, and may cause you to lose a few hairs - Endicott DGC

If you like a course that hits a nice middle road in terms of challenge, has nice elevation, and ALWAYS has a bunch of locals present - Quail Ridge DGC

If you like a course that has a nice mix of all of the elements (elevation, length, etc.) and is right next to the best place in town for a beer and a bite to eat (Fast Eddie's) - Rock Springs DGC, Alton, IL


I could go on and on here.  Let me see if I can come up with my Top 10 list of courses in and around the STL area (within an hour of downtown or so).


1. Sioux Passage Park - STL

2. Jefferson Barracks Park - STL

3. Foundation Park - Centralia, IL

4. West City Park - Festus, MO

5. Endicott Park - STL

6. Rock Springs Park - Alton, IL

7. Silver Lake Park - Highland, IL

8. Woodland Park - Collinsville, IL

9. Quail Ridge Park - Wentzville, MO

10. El Shaddia - Old Monroe, MO


Hope this helps!


Greg is dead-on--Start with Sioux, Jeff Barracks, and Quail Ridge--but don't forget to hit up White Birch park in Hazelwood. The new course at Lindenwood University (one of my alma-maters) is a nice mix of shots as well.
thanks alot for your input guys. should make for an enjoyable spring break, and a good way to kick off the disc golf season.

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