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Disc Golf

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The Disc Golf course is located at Gascoigne Bluff on St. Simons Island.  Gascoigne Bluff is a beautiful and unique setting amongst live oaks, whose ancestors are believed to have been used in the building of the U.S.S. Constitution nicknamed “Old Ironsides”. The 6-hole course is slightly technical because of the low tree canopy and hole design that utilizes the very old live oaks as obstacles. You must bring your own discs/Frisbees to play. You can print the disc golf scorecard (below) before your visit to the Gascoigne Bluff Disc Golf Course. If this is your first time playing disc golf please see the rules below.

Directions to the Disc Golf Course: Follow the F.J. Torras Causeway (St. Simons Island Causeway) which becomes Demere Road.  Then turn left onto Sea Island Road, make another left onto Hamilton Road, and one more left onto Arthur J. Moore Drive.  The first tee box is located at the southern end of the park next to the pavilion and restrooms.

Disc Golf Rules
Disc Golf Course Map

 

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SouthEast Adventure Outfitters - St. Simons Island

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313 Mallery Street,
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
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SouthEast Adventure Outfitters is coastal Georgia's outdoor headquarters. Kayak tours, boating, fishing, and exploring the beautiful Golden Isles with visitors and residents is their passion and specialty.

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Gascoigne Bluff Park on St. Simons Island

Gascoigne Bluff

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Address:

100 Arthur J. Moore Drive, Next to Epworth By The Sea,
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
United States

Historically, Gascoigne Bluff was the first possible landing area for a ship entering the harbor.  The site of an Indian settlement long before the Wesleys landed here with James Oglethorpe, Gascoigne Bluff has been headquarters for a military invasion, a Sea Island cotton plantation, the site of