The DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course is one of the most highly rated disc golf courses in the world. It is famous for its inspiring natural setting, as well as for its uncompromising challenge.
The DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course was originally installed in 1984, with the vision & hard work of local Tom Schot [1991 Grand Master World Champion.] The original course consisted of 18 holes, with the trademark green 4 X 4 posts as the targets.
Since then the park’s development has seen the course grow to 27 Holes outfitted with Professional “pole holes”. The funds to pay for these “pole holes”, cement tee pads, and other necessities have been generated from the activities of the DeLaveaga Disc Golf Club, as well as from the generosity of some local players.
The course is currently & solely maintained by the DeLaveaga Disc Golf Club, which was formed in 1986 to promote disc golf in upper DeLaveaga Park. The Santa Cruz City Parks & Recreation Department does not currently contribute to the maintenance of this portion of the park. Therefore, it is the assumed responsibility of all who share in the pleasures of this game, in this park, to help in its necessary upkeep.
Common sense is the rule at DeLaveaga-
- Be Earth Consious-
- Pack Your Trash–
- DO NOT ALTER THE COURSE–
- Play Quietly–
- Be Aware of Flying Discs–
- Now is a good time to quit smoking–
- Enjoy –