A fine and cozy course…

I you have ever wanted to play disc golf surrounded by log cabins, the Bloomfield City Park

Map of the Bloomfield 'front four'. Note the log cabin and basket colors.

Map of the Bloomfield ‘front four’. Note the log cabin and basket colors.

DIsc Golf Course is your course. This nine hole course is under 1900′, so there is no need for super distance drivers, except on the ~370′ hole #4. The course is broken into a front 4 and back 5 – which makes it seem even more ‘cozy’. The course has ‘homemade’ baskets which seem to catch pretty well. The baskets are painted different colors to make navigation

The Bloomfield 'back five' note the log cabin and covered bridge - these give the course a homey flavor - and the old homemade baskets are just like the pioneers used...

The Bloomfield ‘back five’ note the log cabin and covered bridge – these give the course a homey flavor – and the old homemade baskets are just like the pioneers used…

easier. The course is pretty well maintained, so you would have to be trying to lose a disc.The City of Bloomfield is nestled against Crowley’s Ridge, so elevation changes are in play on many holes. Hole #3 is a ~160′ wooded tunnel shot that has the steepest tee pad I have ever seen. The hole and tee pad might be at the same elevation, but there is a very steep hill between them, and the fairway is narrow and wooded.

This is a very fun course that is not

Par and distance info is part of the tee pads (which are small, but adequate).

Par and distance info is part of the tee pads (which are small, but adequate).

 

that far from Sikeston, MO, if you happen to be in the area I would suggest giving it a throw.

Home made baskets

Home made baskets

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