Disc golf complex opening this spring in Castle Rock

A multi-course, pay-to-play, disc golf complex called Castle Rock Disc Sports will open this spring in Castle Rock, about 10 minutes north of Northfield on Hwy 3.  It will

Castle Rock Disc Sports offer 72 holes, all designed in 9 hole loops, so a player can pick and choose which layout to play. Two of the 9 hole loops comprise one of the longest, hardest courses in the world, playing a “true par 72”. All the loops consist of rolling terrain with woods and open areas. Castle Rock will have camping on site with a full on pro shop.

Timmy Gill The president of Castle Rock Disc Sports is Timmy Gill, professional disc golfer (profile here) and disc course designer (Par72DiscGolf). See the article in the 2004 issue of Forbes magazine that features him titled Spin Cup.

There is a Southern Minnesota Disc Golf Association social networking site (Ning platform) where Gill is discussing the development of the complex. He’s just started posting to Twitter, too.


  1. Chaunce Stanton said:

    Griff, sounds like LoGroNfld needs to get a league team together.

    March 27, 2010
  2. Griff Wigley said:

    Chaunce, I like the idea of local disc golf leagues… like bowling and church softball.

    April 2, 2010

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