Project Description

THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC FACILITY

Course is only available to the staff and students of Shenton College. Access not available to the general public.

Shenton College Disc Golf Course is the first of its kind. A fully integrated Disc Golf course roaming throughout the school grounds. With such beautiful bush garden beds and separated recreation areas you are on a nice journey as you play from hole to hole. The course front 1-9 holes are designed with education in mind, Disc Golf education that is. Teaching kids how to control throws and also about risk vs reward type play.

Although the holes are relatively short, if you don’t play smart half of the holes will hurt you on the scoreboard. The blue tees 10-18 are all about increasing your length but also sticking your landings and weaving between the trees. Any advanced level player will appreciate this layout and love playing in such pretty settings.

  • Baskets/Tees: 9/ 18

  • Price: Free

  • Access: Course is only available to the staff and students of Shenton College. Access not available to the general public.
  • Targets: RAD DISCatcher Pro

LOCATION

227 Stubbs Terrace,

Shenton Park WA 6008, Australia

  MEET THE DESIGNER

CHRIS FINN
CHRIS FINN
Chris has been playing and teaching the sport of disc golf for 31 years. A multiple Australian Champion who has competed on the world stage ensuring Chris has unbiased exposure to the best course designs worldwide. Chris brings across his professional experience of working in the land surveying industry for 22 years to assist in his vision for course designs that engage all levels of stakeholders into the future. Prior to his time as the owner and business manager of RAD, Chris has owned and managed an award-winning surveying consultancy based in Perth which ensures his designs also meet the many requirements of public sector project developments. “I’m passionate about Disc Golf and about the sense of community, everything we do with course designs reflects this passion and it’s my pleasure to gift this for future generations”.