Trophy Club Park offers an 18-hole Disc Golf Course that is fun and challenging for players of all experience levels. The course is open year-round during designated park hours.

A great fact about disc golf and course design is that it is not destructive to nature. Unlike golf, disc golf utilizes the natural landscape to build courses. Trees can make great obstacles and mandatories. Hills and turns can make a hole interesting and requires players to think about how to best approach the basket.

Park Status & Weather Updates

Check the park's status before you visit! Call the Trophy Club Parks & Recreation Rainout Line at (682)214-6024, option 1 or check online on our Rainout & Weather Closure page.

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The following are the costs associated with the use of the Disc Golf Course at Trophy Club Park.

  • General Entry: vehicle entry fee into the park
    • Resident: $2.00
    • Non-Resident: $5.00


Disc Golfers visiting Trophy Club park to play on the 18-hole course will need to bring their own equipment; Trophy Club Park does not rent equipment. Staff apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.

In order to play disc golf, players need at least 3 disc golf discs (preferably 6), a bag to carry your discs, some course-appropriate accessories (water, snacks, disc retriever, towel, mini marker disc, sharpie), and a good local course to play disc golf on.


With some of the best disc golf holes in North Texas, the Trophy Club Parks 18-hole Disc Golf course is full of surprises from the wide-open distances of the first three holes, to water challenges and more. The course packs just the right amount of challenge, whether you have a big arm or a precision game. Beginners and experienced players alike can enjoy this well-designed course.  

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Disc Golf is played like traditional golf, but with discs. A stroke (one throw) is counted each time the disc is thrown. The goal is to play each hole in the fewest strokes possible.

Each hole begins with a tee throw. Tee throws must be completed within or behind the designated tee area. 

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The player with the least amount of strokes on the previous hole is the first to tee off on the next hole. After all players have teed off, the player whose disc is farthest from the hole always throws first.

A disc that comes to rest in the disc golf basket or suspended in the chains constitutes the successful completion of that hole. The player with the lowest total strokes for the entire course wins.


Google defines etiquette as, “the customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group.” Essentially, disc golf etiquette is how players within the disc golf community act and behave amongst each other on the course. Etiquette is not a hard concept to grasp, so players should all seek to follow these suggestions for proper etiquette on the disc golf course.

  1. Remain quiet while others are playing.
  2. Stand behind the player who is throwing.
  3. Throw in a timely manner to keep a good pace.
  4. Be courteous to other golfers and bystanders.
  5. Allow faster groups to play through.
  6. Help new players learn the rules.
  7. Do not alter the course in any way.
  8. Keep the course clean - do not litter.


If you lose an item while out riding the trails, send us an email to [email protected] and we will try to help you locate it or let you know if it was turned in.