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Group Takes Aim At Walker Park Disc Golf Course

Posted: October 7, 2013 at 2:29 a.m.

Trey Graves uses a chain saw as he clears invasive plants Sunday to make way for a planned disc golf course at Walker Park in Fayetteville.

Disc golfers could have a new place to hone their skills this spring. Members of the Northwest Arkansas Chain Gang are partnering with the city Parks and Recreation Department to build an 18-hole disc golf course in a wooded area in Walker Park near the Senior Activity and Wellness Center.

At A Glance

Disc Golf Courses

The Walker Park course will be the sixth 18-hole disc golf course in Washington and Benton counties. Others are:

• Lake Fayetteville: 1153 E. Lake Fayetteville Road, Fayetteville

• Sports Life Park: 1409 Johnson Road, Springdale

• J.B. Hunt Park: Silent Grove Road and Fleming Drive, Springdale

• Twin Creeks: 2300 S. Dixieland Road, Rogers

• Lake Bella Vista: 3047 Bella Vista Way, Bella Vista

Source: Professional Disc Golf Association

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