|Rolling Hills Park Courses|
|Course Distance: 4,504 ft.
Course Distance: 5,548 ft.
|Independence Lake Park Courses|
|24-Hole Red Hawk
The Rolling Hills Disc Golf Course offers a natural, rolling terrain in a wooded setting and includes individual hole signage and a practice area. The course features paved tees for both amateurs and pros to accomodate various skill levels.
The first Disc Golf course in Washtenaw County opened at Rolling Hills Park in 1986 and was expanded from 9 to 18 holes in 2004.
How To Play: Disc Golf is played similarly to traditional golf. Players begin playing each hole from a designated area (a "tee") and count how many throws it takes them to put the disc in the "hole". The hole is a metal basket mounted on a pole approximately two feet above the ground. A chain assembly attached above the basket serves as a "backboard" it catches the disc and causes it to fall into the basket. The length and par for a hole is indicated on a sign at each tee area. If you're playing with a group of people, the lowest score wins.