Longview Disc Golf Courses
The City of Longview has four disc golf courses available to the community. Each location varies in difficulty, terrain, and distance in order to provide an exciting change of pace while playing this great game.
Lear Park – 100 H.G. Mosley Parkway
Longview's newest course was years in the making and is an 18-hole tournament level course design to compliment the City's other courses. This course is not for the faint of heart.
Guthrie Park – 301 Tupelo Drive
This course is Longview’s original 18-hole course. It is beginner friendly and often used for practice or taking someone new to try out the sport.
Hinsley Park – 3101 N. Hwy 259
Trees. Trees. And a few more trees. This 18-hole course is definitely a challenge and requires competitors to slow down a bit to make the right throw.
Ingram Park – 1400 N. 10th Street
This 9-hole course gives large elevation changes and challenges players with some wooded areas and blind corners.
Longview Disc Golf Association
Longview's first disc golf course was installed in 2004 by a local Boy Scout group. Since then, the Longview Disc Golf Association has made a number of improvements and adjustments. For more information on the LDGA and other organizations that work with the City of Longview, view our list of park partnerships.