Bad Rock Creek Disc Golf

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Bad Rock Creek Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole course at Stocksdale Park in Liberty. Following the "Tee It Forward" philosophy, this course was designed for players of all skill levels - beginner, advanced and pro. Through the placement of alternate tee pads and additional baskets, Bad Rock Creek combines three courses - red, blue and gold - into one 18-hole layout.

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  1. Course Info & Map
  2. About Bad Rock
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Course Overview

Mix of short/medium technical wooded holes, open holes throwing in/out of woods, good elevation, 5 holes with water in play, well mowed fairways with generous width but tall grass OB. Blue course plays from the long tees to the blue baskets and red course plays from short tees to blue baskets. 9 additional gold baskets mixed in for longer layout.

Check out the video for a preview of the front 9 that was taken before the 2019 KC Wide Open - Bad Rock Creek Front 9

Course Description

  • # Holes: 18
  • Target Type: DISCatcher
  • Tee Type: Concrete
  • Course Length: 3442 ft. – 6978 ft.

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The course begins just beyond the kiosk on the north side of the main park road between the dog park and gravel parking lot.

Course Guide

  • RED Course: Use short tee pads marked with red paint (for holes in which they occur) to the blue baskets.
  • BLUE Course: Use long tee pads (unpainted) to the blue baskets. Designed for experienced and advanced players.
  • GOLD Course: Use long tee pads to the 9 gold baskets (for holes in which they occur). Championship layout designed for advanced and pro play with greater length, obstacles and hazards.

Share the Park

Please be aware that Bad Rock Creek Disc Golf Course lies within a multi-use park and the course layout intersects with trails in many locations. Please give all bike riders and pedestrians the right-of-way. Refer to the signs for trail crossings throughout the course.