Hyland Hills Disc Golf Course

The 18-hole disc golf tournament course and 9-hole short course at Hyland Hills Ski Area features a scenic view of the Twin Cities and elevation changes with holes that traverse, climb and descend ski slopes for a fun and challenging outing.

Interactive Map of Hyland Hills

Passes and Rentals

A daily or annual pass is required. Buy passes online, at the course, or over the phone at 763.559.9000. The season pass is valid at the courses at Bryant Lake Regional Park, Elm Creek Park Reserve and Hyland Hills Ski Area.

Rules

  • Children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Beer will be allowed on course only if purchased from Hyland Hills. No outside alcohol allowed.
  • All Professional Disc Golf Association rules apply.
  • No littering.
  • Play the course in the correct numerical order.
  • Do not throw the disc until other players are out of the way.
  • Pets are not allowed on the course.
  • Reservations are required for tournaments. Call 763.559.6700 to make arrangements.

Lunch Café

Stop by for a variety of lunch options including burgers, sandwiches, salads and more. Open 11–3, Monday–Friday.

Tour

Hyland Hills disc golf scorecard

18 hole Championship Course

Hole Distance Par
1 235 3
2 430 3
3 240 3
4 280 3
5 585 3/4
6 425 3
7 315 3
8 325 3
9 245 3
10 310 3
11 390 3
12 430 4/3
13 200 3
14 545 5
15 260 3
16 275 3
17 400 3
18 710 4

Short Course

Hole Distance Par
1 190 3
2 195 3
3 250 3
4 200 3
5 170 3
6 195 3
7 165 3
8 215 3
9 340 3

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Upcoming Events

Aug. 23: Finding Dory
Sept. 8: Lego Batman

Free movies with family and friends at Hyland Hills Ski Area. Movies begin at dusk; grill and concessions available 2 hours before show time.

Oct. 21
Enjoy food, music, video contest, and a new ski film at this rider appreciation party. Meet with ski and snowboard industry reps, Hyland Hills staff, purchase your season pass, and sign up for a lesson.

Oct. 6 & 7
Ride a chairlift to the top of Mount Gilboa and enjoy live folk music, s’mores by a campfire, and walk down a lantern-lit trail to the bottom of the hill.