Sinsheimer Park, Heilmann Park & Laguna Lake Park
Sinsheimer Disc Golf Course
The first Disc Golf Course within SLO city limits!!! Tee pads, benches, drinking water, baseball, BBQs, horseshoe pits and the YMCA. All the holes are relatively short and each is in close proximity to the next… SO HEADS UP!!! In general, the course is fairly easy compared to most respectable courses, but the routine heavy winds and steep drop-offs near every basket can make for an interesting round.
Established 2004, PYD/SLOThrowers Design
-> Go to Sinsheimer DGC Course Page
Heilmann Disc Golf Course
Located in Atascadero (15 miles North of San Luis Obispo on Hwy 101) at about 1300 feet in elevation, Heilmann’s inland location shelters it from the ocean fog and wind. The course winds its way through a dense oak forest, where most of the baskets are positioned on slopes or drop-offs. The lines are narrow and the trees are sticky. . The park is not only beautiful; it also contains tennis courts, basketball courts, scattered BBQ pits, and horseshoe pits.
Established 2002, Eagle Scouts Design, 9 Tee Pads & 18 Baskets.
Renovated 2004, PYD/SLOThrowers/Girl Scouts, Back 9 Tee Pads.
Renovated 2005-2007, SLOThrowers, 40 New Alternate Pins, Benches, Practice Basket & Inner Chains for every basket.
-> Go to Heilmann DGC Course Page
Laguna Lake Disc Golf Course
Long, short, windy, and grassy… Laguna Lake has it all – truly a course that defines “Risk and Reward…” for all skill levels. Featuring tight & short / open & long fairways, technical upshots, clutch putts, and O.B.s. Winding along the shores of Laguna Lake, the course plays in and amongst the wooded areas scattered throughout the park.
Established 2007, SLOThrowers Design
-> Go to Laguna Lake DGC Course Page