Discs are flying once again over the landscape at Le Tulle Park located just west of Bay City at 1100 Highway 35. The newly renovated disc golf course is three courses in one location. The Disc Golf course was re-designed and installed by Ben Madary of Cycle Works Disc Golf over the last two months. The course offers new challenges throughout the ponds and beautiful live oak forested acreage at Le Tulle Park. An interactive map and scorecard can be found on the UDisc app. You can choose from an 18-hole beginner (silver layout), par 55, 5325 ft layout; a 21-hole intermediate (yellow layout), par 65, 6348 ft layout or the 24-hole tournament (orange layout), par 75, 7723 ft layout. Each tee features new signage that features how to play the hole for each layout.
To show off the new course, The Big Oak Challenge disc golf tournament will be hosted at Le Tulle Park on Saturday, May 13th. Information the tournament and how to register can be found at:
The park is open daily from dawn until dusk and is closed after dark. When there are no events, using the park and the disc golf course is free of charge. Other amenities at Le Tulle Park include picnic areas, three pavilions (that can be reserved), a giant playground, two duck ponds, public restrooms, and large barbeque pits.
Want more information on this event or other Parks and Recreation’s programs, events, facilities or parks? Call us at 979-323-1660 or check out the city’s webpage at https://www.cityofbaycity.org/190/Parks-Recreation; or follow us on Facebook: @BCPAR; Instagram: @BCPARD or Twitter: @baycity_parks.
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