Get your disc golf game on at one of these 16 courses in the Houston area on Saturday, Aug. 5

National Disc Golf Day is Saturday, Aug. 5.

National Disc Golf Day is Saturday, Aug. 5.

Celebrate National Disc Golf Day on Saturday, Aug. 5 by playing at one of these courses around the Greater Houston area:

Houston:

MacGregor Park
Number of baskets: 21
Access: Public
5225 Calhoun Road, Houston

Mason Park
Number of baskets: 9
Access: Public
541 S 75th St., Houston

Agnes Moffitt Park
Number of baskets: 18
Access: Public
10625 Hammerly Blvd., Houston

Milby Park
Number of baskets: 18
Access: Public
2001 Central St., Houston

T.C. Jester Park
Number of baskets: 9
Access: Public
4201 T.C. Jester Blvd., Houston

Richmond:

Pecan Grove Park
Number of baskets: 9
Access: Public
800 Pitts Road, Richmond

River Pointe
Number of baskets: 9
Access: River Point Church
5000 Ransom Road, Richmond

Rosenberg

Brazos Park
Number of baskets: 9
Access: Public
320 Houston St., Rosenberg

Katy

Mary Jo Peckham Park
Number of baskets: 6
Access: Public
5597 Gardenia Lane, Katy

Sugar Land

First Colony Aquatic Center
Number of baskets: 10
Access: Public
4350 Austin Pkwy., Sugar Land

Pearland

Centennial Park
Number of baskets: 9
Access: Public
3210 McLean Road, Pearland

Cypress

Bud Hadfield Park/Texas Army Trail Disc Golf Course
Number of baskets: 18
Access: Public
11937 Telge Road, Cypress

Spring:

Spring Valley
Number of baskets: 27
Access: Fee required to access course
25110 Gosling Road, Spring

Conroe:

Gwen Hruska Park
Number of baskets: 9
Access: Public
125 Butlers Island, Conroe

McDade Park
Number of baskets: 18
Access: Public
Address: 3750 FM 2854, Conroe

The Woodlands

Bear Branch Sportsfield
Number of baskets: 18
Access: Public
5205 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands

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