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OAK GROVE PARK
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Big B sinks Hole 18OAK GROVE PARK - Pasadena, CA is the one that started it all. The World's first disc golf course is still one of the best. If you are serious about disc golf, this course is a must play venue. Take the 210 Frwy to Berkshire off ramp (west goes right, east goes left) to signal at dead end. Make a left and go pass La Canada High School. At signal make a right into park (now called Hahamonga Watershed Park?) and follow signs to frisbee golf course. left down hill then right, then right again into parking lot.. Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley Mountains, Oak Grove will challenge the best of players. This multi-terrained, tree infested park will eat you and your disc alive if you are not careful. Browse through the site here and you will see why it's called the Grand Daddy of Disc Courses! Then, come on out and throw Oak Grove!!

The course is mostly dirt because the thick trees block all sunlight from ever hitting ground. The few places the sun filters through, there is grass. BRING YOUR DUST RAG!!   YOU WILL NEED IT! The dirt clings to discs or anything it touches. City of Pasadena keeps the terrain well watered but this place is a dustbowl. It always has been, it always will be. Even so, this is the most played course on the planet. 100's of golfers play here daily on weekdays, twice that on weekends. There are no fees here at Oak Grove, but if the course resident Joe Hart is here, drop a buck into the course fund can to help us maintain this great course. You will always find Joe in the Parking lot in a White Chevy P/U with camper shell. There are no set tee times here, just show up and play. The course is not lighted, so when it's dark, you go home.

Oak Grove is home to some of the best professional disc golfers in the world. Yet amateurs and families are more than welcome. If you are a first time player, you may want to try Northside Park - Azusa, CA. This great lil 9 hole course is a perfect place to fine tune your game. Pro Tournaments are held at Oak Grove every of each month. If you want to come see how it is really done, come watch a tournament. Monthly tournaments are held here every 3rd Sunday of every month. If you need help with your game, ask one of the other golfers. Unlike round ball golfers, most disc golfers are very down to earth, level headed heshers that just love the game and the outdoors. If you are not interrupting their tournament play they will usually help you with your game.

Oak Grove offers great picnic facilities. There are a huge group of tables right adjacent to the #4 Tee. The tall trees offer a great shaded area that is very cool in the summer. In the winter, you may opt for the field just next to the tables so you can catch the sunlight. It gets dark almost one hour earlier in this canyon than in the valleys due to the hills on the west, plan ahead. Have a great time playing the world's greatest sport. DISCGOLF.



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