The second oldest course in the world is located here in Huntsville, Alabama. A short technical 18-hole course on the west side of 1st Street, the course is tightly wooded and is a great course for all skill levels.


Drake Springs is a nine-hole course located east of Newby Road in Brahan Spring Park. This course provides open shots with lots of water in play.


One of the gems of Alabama disc golf, this 18-hole course provides every shot available with a great variety of tee and pin locations, wooded and open holes, and a wide variety of lengths. Holes range from 200′ to 1000′. Creekwood will challenge disc golfers of any skill level, but is geared toward the more advanced players.


Nine short holes designed for the beginner golfer, Logan course is the perfect location to hone your skills.


Mastin Lake is an 18-hole course with concrete pads, some holes with multiple pads. Most of the holes are wooded with a few open holes. The course has great elevation changes making for fun shots. It is a good course for the intermediate level player.


An 18-hole course with a wide variety of wooded and open holes, Southside course provides for a variety of shots. Southside is a shorter course geared toward beginner disc golfers, but still provides enough shot variety for any golfer to enjoy.



  • Phone:


  • Address:

    Parks and Recreation Office

    2411 9th Avenue,

    Huntsville, AL 35805

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  • Email:

    James Gossett

    Recreation Superintendent

  • Hours:

    Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.