Host to the Vibram Open at Maple Hill, this disc golf course is consistently rated as a top 10 course in the world by http://DGcoursereview.com. Maple Hill boasts four different course configurations ample enough to satisfy a beginner, yet challenging enough for even the most seasoned professionals. Make sure to stop by Maple Hill to check out the Disc Golf Pro Tour and enjoy the Festival of Flying Discs.
The main 18 hole course has four configurations and is designed to both remember our sport's par 3 disc golf history and embrace the longer, more challenging modern courses being designed and built today.
Maple Hill is an ideal combination of courses with the Red course being a perfect family and beginner friendly challenge. The Reds have no throws over water. The White course will test your skills, but not beat you up too much. The Whites have incorporate a couple water holes to test your nerves as well as your skills. The blue course is a daunting course for even the most seasoned of players. Bring your A-Game. The Gold course is more than enough to challenge the best disc golfers in the world. You can watch them play the Golds at The Vibram Open each year.
If you are just starting (we've got loaner discs) or are ready to put your skills to the test, Maple Hill has the course to make your day of disc golf challenging and fun.
The Maple Hill Sap House, with a pro gift shop on the first floor (stocked with all of the most popular golf discs, bags, DVDs, drinks, ice cream and more) and a club house on the second floor (complete with games and a deck overlooking hole 18) completes the Maple Hill experience.