Park 96 Disc Golf Course

                               Calgary, Alberta


The Park 96 Disc Golf Course was officially opened in May 2003.  It has the distinction of being the  first private community course ever opened in Calgary.  The baskets, signage and course development were entirely funded by the community of Parkland for use by its residents and guests.  It is surely the best course that Calgary has ever seen, and is introducing the sport to a wide spectrum of people.  It is now played by a great age range and has many families participating.  The Parkland course should be viewed by other communities as a model in successfully implementing this inexpensive and enjoyable sport for their residents. 

You must be a Parkland Resident or a guest to enter the park.


Park 96 is a private disc golf course.  This means it is open for use by all Parkland residents and their invited guests only.  For more information about  'Associate Memberships' call the Park 96 office at 271-7516

2010 Agreement Form


2010 Parkland League
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The Park 96 league is held on Tuesday nights May through  September, and is based on a handicap system of scoring. 

Over 6000 holes of golf played in 2009 league!


Park 96
Tournament History

2003 Alberta Open
2003 AB Open Slideshow
2004 Parkland Cup
2005 Parkland Solstice Open
2006 Ice Bowl
2006 Alberta Open
2007 Ice Bowl
2007 Summer Solstice
2007 Ace Race
2008 Ice Bowl
2008
Summer Solstice
2008 Ace Race
2009 Ice Bowl

2009 Summer Solstice
2010 Ice Bowl
2015 Ice Bowl

Park 96 baskets receive PDGA approval - Jan/2009!
Manufactured and Designed in Alberta by Craig Burrows-Johnson - Congratulations Craig!


2008 Summer Solstice Disc - Background photo courtesy Mark Dakiv

In past years, players have enjoyed the weekend that has included musical acts such as The Wallflowers, Tom Cochrane, Randy Bachmann, Johnny Winter, Jim Cuddy, Jennifer Warnes, Jack Semple, Blood Sweat and Tears, The Mocking Shadows among many others.  Blues legend Johnny Winter was immortalized on our 2007 Solstice discs in the classic cartoon drawn by Vance Rodewalt

All holes have three tee-offs for Beginner, Intermediate and Pro, indicated by markers of red, white and blue respectively.  All holes are par 3, except for hole 7 which is par 4.   Note: In June 2006, hole #1 was moved to behind the stage.  In May 2009, the order of holes 11-16 were altered to allow for the more natural sequence from hole 10 basket.  The list below represents the new sequence.  Each hole below has a link to a picture.  Total distance from Pro tees is 1644 yards, for a par 55.

Course Map

               O             

           (Distance in Yards)    Par

Hole   1 -                                 3           Muted Ambivalence

Hole   2 -  77     86     96         3      Bowling Alley Old  New

Hole   3 -  50     51     53         3           Be Gentle

Hole   4 -  108  108  108         3           Down Where?

Hole   5 -  77     88     97         3           You're Joking

Hole   6 -  52     59     66         3           Back Drop

Hole   7 - 175   185   218        4           Let 'er Rip

Hole   8 -  76     81     85         3           Under or Around

Hole   9 -  75     81     86         3           Lunar Landing

Hole 10 -  57     60     92         3           Cottage Country

Hole 11 -  72     80     93         3           Ahh, Elbow Room

Hole 12 -  74     83     93         3           Mosquito Run

Hole 13 -  62     69     77         3           Low Blow

Hole 14 -  62     69     77         3           Slope Runner

Hole 15 -  62     69     77         3           Funky Thang

Hole 16 -  65     71     77         3           Jack Rabbit

Hole 17 -  46     52     59         3           Chain Shaker

Hole 18 -  72     87     97         3           Culmination

Total      1317 1439 1644      55

All photos by Mark Dakiv

"How Park 96 found salvation in a new groove"

Park 96 article from The Calgary Herald - June 19, 2006

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