What do Scooby and Disc Golf Have in Common?

Weave in and out of Guernsey County’s most beautiful spaces with a game of disc golf! The area boasts five unique courses with varying levels of experience – from beginners to experts. As you play the game you’re sure to start picking up the lingo – like what’s a Scooby? A throwing technique!

Bobcat Run Disc Golf Course

Designed by course manager, Heath A. Dawson, Bobcat Run Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole challenging course in the Shon Lenzo Nature Space located in Cambridge. The grounds/ course is overseen by the Guernsey County Community Development Center. It features a pond, marsh, many species of wildlife and blue Innova DISCatcher baskets. The course meanders throughout the beautiful wetland and will challenge every player’s technical skill. It is a perfect place for nature lovers!

Chasing the Chains Disc Golf Course (sponsored by Dunning Motors Sales)

The course is located in Cambridge City Park and is designed as a family plus friends “Putt Putt” style disc golf course with all 11-holes 150 feet apart. Woods and open areas make it fun for beginners and advanced players.

Rocky Fork Recreation Disc Golf Course

Tucked away in Guernsey County’s gorgeous outdoor spaces, you’ll discover our amazing disc golf course. This course is designed with all ages and experience levels in mind.

The Jonathan Bye Memorial Disc Golf Course

The Jonathan Bye Memorial DGC is a 12-hole disc golf course in the Byesville Village Park designed by course manager, Heath A. Dawson. It is a Par 41, 3,677-foot course with orange Innova DISCatcher baskets that will test your skills with technical throws, precise shots along Wills Creek and a few open throws to check your distance. It is a fun sport for all ages, and the course was the first public course in Guernsey County.

Whitetail Trails Salt Fork DGC

Nestled into the woods and hills around the beautiful Salt Fork State Park Lodge & Resort, this unique 27-hole course features beautiful scenery, amazing views of the lake and also many different species of local wildlife. Choose a trail to explore: Fawn (Beginner), Doe (Intermediate) or Buck (Advanced). Trails are

all filled with hanging baskets, wooded tunnels, rock formations and amazing scenery! Maps and other supplies are available in the Lodge gift shop or front desk. Find us on the “Udisc” disc golf app!

To experience all there is to see and do in the Cambridge/Guernsey County, Ohio, check out visitguernseycounty.com.