hole2The Crestmont disc golf course, established in 2000, includes 18 Spiderweb baskets and cement tee pads at the long position on each hole. The course is around 4300 feet and offers a nice mix of open and wooded holes with some elevation change on several holes. Crestmont Park is a Bloomington City park.

Crestmont is currently Bloomington’s only 18 hole course.

Karst Farm Park:

karst_shadowOriginally an 18-hole disc golf course, the Monroe County Parks Department reduced Karst Farm Park to a 9-holes when the Monroe County Fairgrounds annexed some of the land. Although a shell of its former self, Karst offers cement tee pads and plenty of room to air out your drives.  Karst will be undergoing a redesign this year to bring it back to an 18 hole layout exclusively on park land. I will not be the same as the old layout, but will provide another fun 18-hole course for Bloomington.  Karst Farm Park is the oldest disc golf course in Bloomington,

Richland-Bean Blossom:


The 9-hole disc golf course at Richland-Bean Blossom Schools is the newest course in Bloomington. With 2 or 3 designated tees (grass for now) and handsome red and black Arachnid baskets at each hole, this course shows great potential. The plan is to eventually expand the course to 18 holes but the existing 9 hole layout already offers a variety of challenging holes that typically are a bit longer than the holes on the other Bloomington courses. The brush on most of the course that is cut down for the winter will prove to be a menacing challenge when Spring rolls around.

Sherwood Oaks Christain Church:

The 9-hole disc golf course at Sherwood Oaks Christian Church is a relatively short, open course that’s great for beginners and those looking to play safari golf when they have the course to themselves. The banquet and kitchen facilities that SOCC offer the BDGC for our annual Ice Bowl charity tournament are unrivaled. SOCC is also the location of our only competitive mini disc golf rounds of the year (during the same Ice Bowl event).

Deer Run Disc Golf Course (Nashville):

Deer Run Park
1001 Deer Run Ln.
Nashville, IN, 47448IMG_9053

The 18-hole Deer Run Disc Golf Course is under construction less than a mile west of Nashville, Indiana with sights set on an April 2016 grand-opening.  Deer Run Park is a multi-use park with ball diamonds and soccer fields.  The park is almost entirely bordered by beautiful Salt Creek and there is some great elevation changes and natural scenery throughout.  The course layout combines long, open holes, semi-wooded holes with mature trees, and wooded technical holes with some beautiful lines.  Each hole will have two tees.  The shorter “Red” course will be more beginner friendly at Par 54 and 3886ft.  The longer “Blue” course will be Par 60 at 6115 ft.  Make sure to eat and shop in Nashville while you are there and tell them you were “in town for discgolf”!

Brown County Country Club (BC3) (Nashville):

2381 Country Club Rd.
Nashville, IN 47448

Brown County Country Club, or simply, BC3, hosts weddings, reunions, and retreats in a natural, outdoor, rustic country setting on the grounds of the old Golf Club. We are designing and building a championship caliber disc golf course and club. The first phase is nearly complete and the course is ready for play!  The overall course design appeals to pros, serious players, beginners, and new players. Holes feature a park-like setting around our clubhouse, woods, ponds, and many elevation changes.  The beginners loop appeals to new players and avoids the more difficult aspects of the course so they can focus on basic skills.  Rental discs and free lessons are available.  The course is open to the public, and club memberships are available.  Reservations are required for the public, but members can play any time from sunrise to sunset while setup is being completed. Contact Steve Shively at 812-340-9374.