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- All Week Passes
- Annual Memberships
Frisbee Golf Course in Scotland
Disc Golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the world and for good reason. It comes with a warning……. “Highly Addictive.”
There are three nine hold disc golf courses at ACE that are ideal for beginners going through to the outback nine that will test the best pro disc golfer.
ACE have a pro disc golf shop on site where you can purchase quality disc golf discs.
Also known as Frolf and Frisbee Golf. Basically Disc Golf involves throwing a flying disc with a level of accuracy from a tee toward a pole with chains that catch the discs and drops them in a basket.
Just like traditional ball golf there is more or less the same terminology such as eagles, birdies, par, bogies etc which are scores above or below par (the average number of throws required for the hole or course). Lowest score wins. What we love at ACE is the term for a “hole in one” which in disc golf is called an “Ace!”
That is about where the similarity stops because disc golf is easy to learn and a lot more fun than ball golf, particularly as you play through woodland at ACE with natural fairways down corridors of trees where you need to get your disc to curve around objects.
- Pro disc shop
- Low-cost activity
- Fabulous scenery
- Great for first-timers
- Challenging course
- Reception and snacks kiosk onsite
- Three 9-hole courses to suit any ability
Moray’s first and best disc golf course.
ACE has three nine-hole courses set amongst Larch Pine forest that cater to beginners and advanced players.
Disc golf is simply golf with a frisbee with the same rules as traditional ball golf. Players count the number of throws at each hole until the disc lands in a basket suspended by a pole with chains that catch the disc.
It’s one of the fastest growing sports in the world, fast to learn and a lot of fun!
We have a nine-hole red course suited for beginners, a longer and harder nin-hole white course suited for intermediate players and a very long and difficult nine-hole blue course.
- ACE branded disc to keep
- Scorecard souvenir with map
These are the first pay and play disc golf courses in Moray.
Play all day pass only £11.00 which includes an ACE branded disc to keep. If you already have the correct discs to use of your own select the appropriate option at booking for a £5.50 discount (no ACE branded disc included).
If you are staying in the area for a while or are local we have the following options;
- 1-week pass £26.00 total
- Annual Under 16 membership £25.00 total
- Annual membership £40.00 total
Extensive disc pro shop on-site if you get the disc bug and want to fill your bag with the latest and greatest putters, mid-range and drivers.
The disc golf course at ACE has thirteen baskets with 27 holes and a total course length of 6,673 feet or 2,034 metres. There are three nine-hole colour-rated courses offering beginner to advanced play.
Rapid 9 – Red Rated 1,096 feet par 27
The first nine holes are all par 3 and are a white level of ability which means great for beginners.
Uisge Beatha 9 – White Rated 1,600 feet par 27
The back nine are the red level of ability which is for amateurs, again all par 3.
Outback 9 – Blue Rated 3,977 feet par 32
Once you have mastered the first two courses it’s time to take on the Outback 9 which are blue rated holes up to par 5! This course will challenge the best of players.
About Disc Golf
Disc golf is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world and for good reason. It comes with a warning … “Highly Addictive.”
Also known as frolf and frisbee golf. Basically disc golf involves throwing a flying disc with a level of accuracy from a tee toward a pole with chains that catch the discs and drops them in a basket.
Just like traditional golf, there is more or less the same terminology such as eagles, birdies, par, bogies, etc. which are scores above or below par (the average number of throws required for the hole or course). The lowest score wins. What we love at ACE is the term for a “hole in one” which in disc golf is an “ace!”
The sport of disc golf is played in over 40 countries with the highest levels of tournament play including the PDGA World Championships, European Masters and Quaich Tour of Scotland. ACE hosts at least one annual tournament for the Quaich Tour.
- Easy to learn
- Ideal beginners course
- Annual quaich tour host
- Customer experience focused
- TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
- 5 Star Visit Scotland Activity Provider
- 27 holes from beginners to 9 pro holes
- HSE Certified with Adventure Activity Licence Authority
- All photos and video on this website were taken at ACE
- 2017 HITA shortlisted for best outdoor adventure experience