Wil-O-Way Disc Golf

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The Milwaukee County Office for Persons with Disabilities presents Wil-O-Way Disc Golf, specifically designed with persons with disabilities in mind. These two three-hole courses have shorter distances, and far less challenging terrain than your traditional disc golf course. These courses are beginner friendly and will help you develop your game. The Grant Course is on the grounds of Wil-O-Way Grant and the Underwood Course on the grounds of Wil-O-Way Underwood.

  

We would like to thank Terry Miller of Lifetime Disc Sports for his inspiration on course design, development of the course, and involvement in the community not only with Disc Golf, but also with persons with disabilities as well.  

 

        

 

 


 

Grant Course

207 Lake Dr. South Milwaukee, WI 53172
GPS Coordinates for 1st Tee: 42.926823, -87.849343

  Underwood Course
10602 Underwood Parkway, Wauwatosa, WI 53226
GPS Coordinates for 1st Tee: 43.052762, -88.040258
 Grant Entrance Picture    

The Grant Course is a 3-hole disc golf course specifically catered to individuals with disabilities in mind. The Grant Course is a great place to learn how to play disc golf, practice your approach shots, and work on your short game. This course offers a more challenging terrain, and does NOT have an accessible pathway throughout the course. The Grant Course is located within a beautiful Milwaukee County Park and is open to the public, as long as the facility is not reserved for group outings.

 

Tee boxes are grass pads with patio paver markers.

 

Course Length is 418’

 

Price: FREE

 

Please bring your own discs.

 

To see pictures of the Grant Course, click here.

 

To download the Grant Course scorecard, click here.

 

For group outings or reservations please call Mike Bonk at 414-278-3938 or email by clicking here.

                                                                                                                   

  

The Underwood Course is a 3-hole disc golf course specifically catered to individuals with disabilities in mind. All holes were designed to be within 10 feet of an accessible pathway and is more wheelchair friendly than the Grant Course. Players have a relatively flat surface of play on all three holes, with small challenges along the way. The Underwood Course is also a great place to learn how to play disc golf, practice your approach shots, and work on your short game.This course is located within a beautiful Milwaukee County Park and is open to the public, as long as the facility is not reserved for group outings.

 

Tee boxes are grass pads with patio paver markers.

 

Course length is 294’

 

Price: FREE

 

Please bring your own discs.

 

To see pictures of the Underwood Course, click here.

 

To download the Underwood Course scorecard, click here.

 

For group outings or reservations please call Mike Bonk at 414-278-3938 or email by clicking here.

 


Additional Links to consider:

 

Professional Disc Golf Association

 

Lifetime Disc Sports

 

Milwaukee County Disc Golf Courses
 

Milwaukee County Parks Courses:

 

Brown Deer "Original"
7625 N Range Line Road
Dineen, 6600 W. Keefe Ave.

 

Dretzka Park "Mega 27"

12020 W. Bradley Road
Touted as one of the best courses in Wisconsin

  • 27-hole disc golf course
  • Concrete tee pads
  • Tournament-quality disc baskets
  • Operated by the Great Lakes Disc Golf Association
  • Course Conditions: visit the GLDGA website or contact the club

 

Estabrook Park

4400 N. Estabrook Drive

  • Tournament-quality disc baskets 
  • 18-hole disc golf course
  • Concrete tee pads
  • Operated by the Great Lakes Disc Golf Association
  • Course Conditions: visit the GLDGA website or contact the club

 

Kops Park

3321 N 86 St.

  • 2-hole disc golf course
  • Grass tee pads
  • Tournament-quality disc baskets
  • Operated by the Great Lakes Disc Golf Association
  • Course Conditions: visit the GLDGA website or contact the club

 

Milwaukee County Sports Complex

6000 W. Ryan Road

 

Root River Parkway-South

Courses starts at Grange and Root River Parkway

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