Ludington Park

Escanaba, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Jake Nease › January 22, 2015
-  +2 votes  + Forrest Omland › March 16, 2015
I'm glad this course was added here along the lake at this park and I enjoyed playing it, but the layout wasn't too interesting and it was a long walk back around to our vehicle. Hopefully someday more baskets could be added for a complete loop of some sort. Good open shot practice and fun having some right by the water.
-  +2 votes  + Erin Feeley › October 24, 2014
Not really a fan of open courses. Really like the shot from the point though.
-  +2 votes  + Lucas Krupp › November 2, 2014
Ludington Park is a very scenic park nestled on the shore of Lake Michigan. While the course is quite scenic with the backdrop of the lake, the course layout is not all that creative. Mostly open 9 hole with a few tricks. Although I did enjoy the hole that shot from the mainland to the island.
-  +1 votes  + Kevin Gillhespy › October 24, 2014
not a great layout have to walk all the way from nine to one after you finish plays along lake Michigan.
-  +1 votes  + Eric Willman › April 28, 2016
Nice 9-hole course within Ludington Park, along the Lake Michigan shoreline. NEW CEMENT TEE PADS were recently (4/2016) installed. Unlike most wooded courses, in the Upper Peninsula, this course is predominantly open and onshore winds have to be dealt with. This course also features one over-water shot as well as the option to throw RHBH hyzers over water on additional holes. Baskets are Innova's best baskets circa 2014. Be sure to visit the Beaten Path for all your disc needs while in Escanaba.
-  +1 votes  + Kennan Johnson › September 12, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Greg Argyle › August 31, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Richard Levine › August 28, 2013
How many disc golf courses have a small beach or are on an island? I was from out of town and didn't have much time, but I was surprised by how pretty #7, #8, and #9 holes were on the small island. I had to give a B- though, because hole #1 was difficult to find (I didn't have time to keep looking) and the signage was poor (no diagram showing the path to the hole). All in all, though, a fun time. I found #9 difficult because of the trees lining the path to the hole.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Vincent › September 19, 2013
9 hole course in downtown escanaba at ludington park..hole 1 starts by the big bird house across from the kids playground/tennis court..
-  +0 votes  + Jon Harris › September 25, 2013
This is a sweet 9 hole course on the beautiful shores of Little Bay de Noc! The holes are pretty wide open with a few trees but the lake is a factor on most of the holes. Throw to far or shank one and you're going for a swim! Hole 6 goes over the water to the island. The wind plays a factor most days, I've had putts get blown right out of the basket. The park has plenty of bathrooms and water fountains which is nice for a day of discin' with the family. All the signs are in and the course looks great :)
-  +0 votes  + Chris Johnson › September 5, 2016
Love this course!!! Been playing for two years here and still enjoy it. Lots of walking at this course so expect 9 holes to take you 45-60 minutes. Hopefully we'll get 18 at LL!
-  +0 votes  + Pat K › May 22, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Brian Tourangeau › July 21, 2016
open grass tees. nothing guarding the baskets on up shots. lots of water 6 of 9 holes play near water. fun and tough in the wind. Great field course as an alternate to Pioneer trail park DGC.
-  -1 votes  + Jamie Vincent › August 2, 2014
This little beauty plays along little bay de noc.. once your done with your round go for a swim the beach is right next to hole 9..wide open course with nice innova baskets..hole 6 plays right across part of the lake..

I really like this course for this area..Offers some big rip shots and is a lot of fun..Only downfall is the walk from 9 to 1, But walking does the body good.