Where to disc golf in Chicago and the suburbs

You call it frisbee golf, they call it “frolf” and the pros call it disc golf. No matter what it’s called, the fact is that courses for the game have more than doubled since the year 2000. The game has become so popular it has its own hall of fame and players have developed numerous different throwing techniques, disc types and course components to keep things fresh.

Which is good news for casual players and pros alike. Not everyone is cut out for the Illinois State Disc Golf Championship, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the plethora of courses in the Chicago area. Here’s our round up for Chicago and the suburbs.

North Shore

Chicago

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Grass

Deerfield

Keller/Shepard Park
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Glenview

Community Park West Disc Golf Course
Holes: 10

Tee Type: Wood chips

Glencoe

Watts Park
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Rubber

Highland Park

Danny Cunniff Park
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Natural

Larry Fink Memorial Park
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Lincolnwood

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Waukegan

Bevier Park
Holes: 20
Tee Type: Concrete

Northwest Suburbs

Antioch

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Grass

Bartlett

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Grass

Buffalo Grove

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Cary

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass
Holes: 18
Tee Type: Rubber
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass

Dundee

Holes: 10
Tee Type: Other

Elk Grove Village

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Grayslake

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Gurnee

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Hoffman Estates

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Mixed

Huntley

Holes: 10
Tee Type: Natural

Ingleside

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass

Lake Villa

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Natural

Libertyville

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

McHenry

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass

Mundelein

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Rubber
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Rubber
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Crushed stone

Palatine

Margreth Riemer Reservoir
Holes: 18
Tee Type: Mixed

Roselle

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Crushed stone

Round Lake

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Crushed stone
Holes: 19
Tee Type: Concrete

Streamwood

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Concrete
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass

South Elgin

Holes: 12
Tee Type: Concrete and gravel

Western Suburbs

Addison

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass

Aurora

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Concrete

Batavia

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Dirt

Bloomingdale

Holes: 6
Tee Type: Limestone

Downers Grove

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Crushed stone

Geneva

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Rubber

Glen Ellyn

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Hinsdale

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Dirt

Lisle

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Brick

Lombard

Holes: 10
Tee Type: Concrete
Holes: 19
Tee Type: Concrete

Naperville

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Oak Brook

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Brick

Oswego

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Concrete

St. Charles

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Crushed stone
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Natural

Summit

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Rubber

West Chicago

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Natural

Westchester

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Natural

Woodridge

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Concrete

Southwest Suburbs

Channahon

Community Park
Holes: 18
Tee Type: Concrete

Frankfort

Camp Manitoqua
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass

Commissioners Park
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Limestone

Indian Boundary South Park
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Asphalt

Homewood

Patriots Park
Holes: 9
Tee Type: Crushed stone

Joliet

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Mixed
Holes: 24
Tee Type: Dirt

Lockport

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Limestone

Manhattan

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Concrete

Minooka

Holes: 7
Tee Type: Grass

Mokena

Holes: 27
Tee Type: Rubber

New Lenox

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Limestone

Olympia

Holes: 20
Tee Type: Rubber

Orland Park

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Rubber

Palos Heights

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Natural

Plainfield

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Dirt

Romeoville

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Other

Shorewood

Holes: 18
Tee Type: Concrete

South Holland

Holes: 9
Tee Type: Grass
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