2500 Lakeshore Blvd

Ypsilanti, Mi 48198

734-883-4408 innovagolfer@yahoo.com

December Hours


Tu-Th 12pm-3pm

Sa-Su 11am-4pm

Closed 12/18 and 12/25. Also by appointment CALL any time! Open all weather! Free course open daily, daylight hours.

There are many other great disc golf courses in the area! We recommend using www.discgolfcoursereview.com to find more courses to explore. Within 15 minutes, there is a 9-hole course at Waterworks Park (map needed), an 18-hole course at Rolling Hills County Park, and a 24-hole course at Willow Metropark.

The Ponds at Lake Shore is a 30 hole disc golf course. It sits open what used to be a ball golf course. Though it is open, it is still pretty challenging with sand traps and the infamous pond. It is a perfect course for those that are just beginning and a unique prospective of the course from the long tees.

Fun 9 hole with 3 tees/hole course. Blue tees- long and challenging for anyone, Red tees- short and good for beginners. Begins in the open, followed by 5 well wooded holes, and ends in the open. New tee markers installed for most holes.

Half open and half wooded with some difficult holes in the woods. Activity center with water park and vending. Park open until 9 pm in summer, 5 pm off season.

$5/car for Washtenaw County residents, $9/car for non-residents per day.

Slightly hilly with mixture of open and tight wooded fairways. Some dense rough. Activity center with snack bar, etc.

As of 2016:
Vehicle fee: $10 daily, $35 annual window decal.
Disc golf fee: $3 daily wristband, $55 annual bag tag.

Also referred to as the "Chuck D Memorial" course which is the unofficial name. Challenging layout, playing through woods and fields with a mix of narrow and wide open fairways. Several massive holes. The rough is rough in the summer months, spotter suggested when playing from the long tees. Concrete tees for long (black) and mid (white) tees. Natural tees for short (red) tees. Very well marked, new signs at each tee, and direction signs to next hole where needed.

Park entrance fee: $5 Washtenaw Co residents, $9 others per day.

18 holes play back to the parking lot to connect to the back 9, which is much longer and tougher. Hilly, mix of woods and open. Demanding fairways favor well placed shots.

Next to large beach with many facilities.

Fees as of 2016:
Park entry: $10 per vehicle daily, $35 annual decal.
Disc golf fee: $3 daily wristband, $55 annual bag tag.

Formerly known as Brown Park, now re-opened with a new course after over 3 years. Dual cement tees on some holes. Very short, beginner-oriented layout with a few challenging shots. Some woods, mostly plays through brush on some medium hills.

Very tightly wooded with a variety of drives. Need finesse and power from longest of 3 sets of concrete tees. Course paid for and installed by the City of Ann Arbor.