Morley Field Disc Golf
Morley Field Disc Golf Course
Morley Field Disc Golf Course in San Diego is the best Frisbee golf course in San Diego. Morley Field Frisbee golf course is located at the north east corner of Balboa at the corner of Pershing Drive and Redwood Street.
The beautiful 19 hole Frisbee golf course is home to world champion Snapper Pearson and the course itself is extremely challenging with lots of trees, hills, and tough pin placements.
One of the best disc golf courses in California, Morley Field is a laid back, inexpensive, healthy, fun, and challenging activity that is perfect for a group of friends or a family. Even for beginners, Morley Field Frisbee golf is very welcoming and the regular players are always friendly and helpful. Morley Field Disc Golf Course is extremely popular and can often get crowded on weekends, but because of its friendly, laid back atmosphere playing Frisbee golf on a crowded course is still very enjoyable.
Morley Field Information
The Morley Field website is Morley Field. Morley Field Disc Golf Course allows players to bring their dogs with them while they play and it is open from dawn to dusk every day.
Disc Golf Price
The cost to play Frisbee golf at Morley Field Disc Golf Course is extremely reasonable, with the cost being only $3 on weekdays and $4.00 on weekends. Once you pay you get a wristband that allows you to play as many rounds of Frisbee golf that day as you want, but usually one round which takes a couple hours makes you tired enough to call it a day. You can rent Frisbee discs for $1.50. If you fall in love with Frisbee golf and live nearby you can get monthly memberships for $35 a month or a yearly membership that is sold in January for $385.
Frisbee Golf in San Diego at Morley Field Disc Golf Course
Believe it or not, the Morley Field Disc Golf is an extremely popular activity. During peak hours weekdays (5pm - 6pm) and weekends it is often crowded meaning you may have more waiting time then normal. Ideally, you would play at an off peak time therefore you will get to play more relaxed.
Disc Golf Tournaments
Disc Golf Tournaments at Morley Field happen every month and start at 8 am and prizes are given in store credit that can be used to purchase discs, food, greens fees, or accessories. If you are interested in playing a Frisbee golf tournament at San Diego’s Morley Field you should arrive by 7 am to register as there is only a limited number of spots available and they fill up quickly. Different Frisbee golf tournament divisions are held every month in these divisions and their corresponding tournament entry fees:
Morley Field Directions
From Interstate 5 North or South - Take the Pershing Dr. exit and go up Pershing for 1.6 miles. The course is on the left.
From Interstate 163 South - Note: There is no Pershing Dr. Exit on 163.
Take the 4th Ave. exit. Go left on 4th Ave., then left on Cedar St., then left on 5th. Take the 5 on ramp, which is in the right lane. Take the Pershing Dr. exit and go up Pershing for 1.6 miles. The course is on the left.
From Interstate 8 East or West - Take the Texas St. exit and go south. When Texas runs into the park, turn left on Upas St., then right on Jacaranda Dr. Jacaranda Dr. turns into Jacaranda Place. Turn right on Pershing Dr. and the course is the next turn in on your right.
From Interstate 805 South - Take the University/North Park Way exit. Go straight at the stop sign. Turn left on 32nd St. Turn right on Redwood. Redwood ends at Pershing. Turn left on Pershing then an immediate right to turn into the course parking lot.
From Interstate 805 North - Take the University Ave. exit and go left on University. Turn left on 32nd St. Turn right on Redwood. Redwood ends at Pershing. Turn left on Pershing then an immediate right to turn into the course parking lot.
From Interstate 94 West - Take 28th Street exit. Go right on 28th then left on A Street. Turn right on 26th Street. Turn right on Pershing. The course is about 1 mile on your left.
Directions from Los Angeles - 5 South to Pershing Drive. Go up Pershing 1.6 miles and the course is on the left.