5 places to play disc golf in the GTA

It might even be better than ball golf

Need a fun activity to get into this summer? Two words for you: DISC GOLF.

Its like golf, but with frisbees. There are plenty of courses throughout the Greater Toronto Area, from Toronto Island to Ajax, so we’re put together a list of spots where you can go out and try the sport.

Check out five places to play disc golf in the GTA below.
 

Toronto Island Disc Golf

With 18 baskets, Ontario Disc Sports’ official website describes this course as a‍ “long, challenging world-class course with some water hazards and stunning views of the Toronto skyline. Generous gaps and tricky wind. Climo, Jenkins, and Brinster all list it as one of their favorite courses.”
 

White Spruce Park Disc Golf

This 19 basket course is located in Brampton, Ontario! Located in a wooded area of White Spruce Park, this course makes it difficult by using trees and its natural surroundings as challenges on the course.
 

Etobicoke’s Centennial Park Disc Golf

Located in the beautiful Centennial Park in Etobicoke, this course has 18 baskets. Ontario Disc Sports official website describes this course as “one of the older courses in the Greater Toronto area. This course features several elevation changes, water holes, and both wooded and open terrain.”
 

Annandale Golf and Curling Club

This disc golf course has 18 baskets. Located in Ajax, you can rent a golf cart for $10 if you get tired of walking the course. Open 365 days a year, the course has great elevation, trees, and a beautiful river!
 

E.T. Seton Disc Golf

Located just off Leslie Ave and Eglington, this park is fairly new to the Disc Golf scene. Installed in 2011, Ontario Disc Sports’ official website describes this park as “a great mix of short and long holes alike. Located in a fairly popular urban green space, the terrain is utilized wisely. The Don river even comes into play on a couple of holes. Many open shots to complement the tighter holes and some elevation is present as well. There are long and short pin locations for each basket, cycled by the local club throughout the year.”