Raines Family Disc Golf Course

Located on the southern end of the 88-acre Naples Community Park, the Raines Family Disc Golf Course is an 18-basket track that incorporates park hiking trails in a rugged, yet well-maintained, landscape. Partially wooded, the tight course includes hillside creeks that rage in the springtime and thick brambles in summer. Scheduled improvements include concrete tee pads and updated hole signage to be completed in 2020.

Less than fifty miles from Rochester, the RFDGC makes for a fun day trip, especially if players visit local restaurants (Roots Cafe), wineries (Inspire Moore, Hazlitt, and Arbor Hill), and Hollerhorn, a live music venue and distillery.

Address8108-8200 New York Rt. 245, Naples, NY 14512

Course Website: NaplesNYCommunityPark.com

Course Map

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Designed by a past president of the Greater Rochester Disc Golf Club, Tom Mulligan, the Raines Family Disc Golf Course opened in June 2009. Local resident “Skippy” Raines donated the course equipment in memory of her late husband; according to Raines, disc golf is for “all seasons, all sexes, all ages.” Currently, Dan Moles holds the course record of -14 (40), which was set on August 10, 2019, during the 3rd Annual Mulligan Tournament.

  • 18 baskets
  • Natural/Grass tee pads
  • Course Length: 4059 ft
    • 16 holes < 300 ft
    • 1 hole 300-400 ft
    • 1 hole > 400 ft