Fort Washington State Park

Fort Washington, Pennsylvania     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Will Minderjahn › November 19, 2017
B+
Course has been fully redesigned as of January 2017.
9 hole course with baskets and brick tee pads
Fun and quick course to play
All Par 3's
Great course to get out and play especially for those who are close by.
Course continues to evolve. Alternate pin's on holes 2,3,4,6,8, and 9.
Tuesday night random doubles at 5:30. Saturday at 2PM after daylight savings time.
Sunday Morning Tags start at 10
-  +1 votes  + Andrew S › July 30, 2017
B+
Very well marked course.
-  +0 votes  + Kirk C › May 27, 2013
D+
Not really a disc golf course. There are painted posts instead of actual baskets. The teeboxes are overgrown. The map is confusing for pin locations and tee box locations. Extremely narrow "fairways" and lots of thorns bordering the fairways. If you do play you must be extremely accurate as fairways are only about 12 feet wide.
-  +0 votes  + Mike A › August 31, 2015
D+
Don't want to say terrible, especially if you live in the area, but not all that good. I don't like the painted posts, but it wasn't hard to follow. A couple of holes are disc-eaters if you fade off the fairway...super thick, waist high weeds covering good portion of holes 6 & 7.
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Runkel › August 31, 2017
A-
A fantastic 9 hole course that has grown leaps and bounds in the past year. Newly installed baskets. Six holes with alternate pin positions. New tee pads being installed next month. It's a challenging 9 hole course with some tight finesse shots and a big open shot on six for longer arms. Great for both novice and experienced players.
-  +0 votes  + Scott Lee › January 13, 2019
A
Fort Washington DGC is located in beautiful Fort Washington State Park and was originally a boy scout project using object poles. After years of neglect, it was transformed into a top notch, 9 hole course with 2 or 3 (basket) pin placements per hole. Every hole has a RED (short) and SILVER (long) basket, giving you a choice on how to play the course. The course is challenging but fair, with most of the course traversing the woods with plenty of trees to navigate. All holes have a clear cut, f ...
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-  +0 votes  + Frank Henofer › December 17, 2018
A
Great course that should only be getting better in the years to come. Brick tee pads with 2 baskets per hole (silver being the longer for most holes). The local group there has done a great job updating the course over the last year or so and there are plans to add more. They just recently lengthened hole 8 and gave hole 4 a par 4 option. The course has a good variety of hole length/difficulty and is very well marked.