Kiwanis DGC at Montgomery Hall Park

The Kiwanis Disc Golf Course opened in Montgomery Hall Park in Staunton, Virginia, in June of 2005.   Originally designed by Will Grant and Dr. David Vance, the course was redesigned in 2007 by Rene Devito.  The course has three sets of tee boxes.  Nine of the holes have alternate orange baskets and several holes have alternate basket placements for the main baskets, which provide the course with a wide variety of tee and basket placements.  The various configurations play from around 4,500 feet to almost 7,000 feet.  The course features a variety of elevation changes and fairways.  There are seven wooded holes and a number of open holes with tight fairways.  The various configurations make the course fun for beginners and challenging for veterans.  The course is located in a beautiful park with grills, picnic tables, picnic shelters, and softball and baseball fields.  The course is open year round free of charge.  For information, contact Will Grant at 540-448-2410.

2 Responses to Kiwanis DGC at Montgomery Hall Park

  1. Chris Odden says:

    I just played there earlier today – Great course!
    Unfortunately, I threw my pink Discraft Z Buzz (silver ink) into the woods to the right of basket 6 (not the orange ones). It sailed kind of high, and it didn’t sound like it hit anything significant as far as I could tell. I would reallllly like that disc back… it is unmistakable because it was triple stamped :D My name and phone number are on the inside rim in black sharpie. If someone could contact me about this or point me in the right direction as far as the guy I need to speak to — I live in Richmond (804), so it is a bit of a hike. I will be back as soon as I have more time off. Again, beautiful course with lots of options – I will be writing a review for dgcoursereview as soon as I have some more free time! Keep up the great work guys!!

  2. Gio Echegoyen says:

    Outstanding course! Three of us drove from Bethesda, MD on 8/4/13 to play it, and we cannot wait to be back! Every basket plays differently, and the change of scenery from basket to basket is refreshing and creative. The rest of the park and surrounding town are very inviting, too. Thank you for the awesome experience!

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