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Welcome to Ashton Court

Ashton Court is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, noted for its rich collection of invertebrates – especially those that live on dead and decaying wood – some of which are nationally scarce.

The area in which the advanced course is found has veteran oak trees and diverse vegetation which support invertebrates, as well as impressive flowerings of bluebells. Please be mindful of this as you enjoy the course and help protect the site.

There are also many other users of the estate. Please take care and wait for other people who are walking, jogging or cycling near where you play.

Please don’t litter!


Join the Bristol Disc Golf Community
We have an active and friendly group of players – use this contact form to get in touch.

How to pay green fees:
Ashton Court Day Pass
Ashton Court Annual Pass

Lost Discs

New to disc golf and want to rent discs?
The family friendly Short Course, located at the top of Ashton Court by the Foot Golf and cafe is the best place to start.

To play this course, you need to go to the kiosk in the top car park. Disc hire is included in the price.


To play on the advanced course, we ask that you either buy a day pass, or an annual pass.

Maps

These maps are meant to accompany UDisc, which does a great job of locating you and showing you the next tee, but doesn’t allow us to indicate OB areas or add additional notes.

Blue (advanced) Course

On uDisc there are two layouts:
Monster – all 24 holes
Carlito’s Way is an 18 hole versions of Monster.

On mobile, click the map to see the full size image, then zoom in with your fingers.

Hole by hole guide


Red (medium) Course

On mobile, click the map to see the full size image, then zoom in with your fingers.

The red course uses the shorter ‘Blue’ holes, and some additional short holes to make a course that’s friendly for people using a normal frisbee (or an Ultrastar), but also great fun for experienced players to hone their approach game.

Hole by hole guide