Current information about the Friends of Punderson Disc Golf course.
- The Eagles Fly at Punderson 2022 – Sunday June 5, 2022
- Pun’s Labyrinth X – Sunday July 27, 2022
- The 2022 Odorous Open – Sunday August 28, 2022
- The 2022 Pine Lake Open – Sat-Sun October 1-2, 2022
Get more details at The Disc Golf Scene.
Need overnight accommodations? Stay at Punderson State Park! The Punderson Manor House, the Punderson cabins, and the Punderson campground are available!
New bridge installed on hole #8 of the disc golf course
With funding from Friends of Punderson and help from Andy, Bobby, and Katfish, Sarge has built us a new bridge, which has long been needed to allow maintenance equipment to reach holes #6 and #7
Punderson Disc Golf Celebrates 10 Years!
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the installation of the original 9 Holes.
These are holes 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14! They will take you through the middle of the course and right back up to the parking lot for a short, challenging round!
Since then we have made it an 18 and 27 Hole Course with an ISLAND basket and elevated tee pad!
Since then, the course has become one of the top disc golf courses in the country, still rated #1 in Ohio on Disc Golf Scene! Thank you to everyone who helped get this course started and for what it has become today.
Sarge Builds New Bridge For #4
With funding from Friends of Punderson and help from Brian Shega, Andy Morrison, Bob Becker, and Catfish, Sarge has replace this:
Platform Repaired And Improved
Built by volunteers, paid for with donations, the platform tee pad is a pièce de résistance of the disc golf course, although walkers also enjoy the view. Last winter, it was struck by a large tree:
That tree looks like it would have crushed about anything, but the platform took it like a champ. The damage was just to the bench and the railing. With funding from Friends of Punderson and more handiwork from Sarge, this is what we now have:
Dry Feet Are Happy Feet!
The Friends of Punderson has funded the installation of a gravel path from the parking lot to the 1st red tee of the disc golf course:
Drainage work is still needed, but considering that this was the muddiest part of the course, the project was a huge success!