About Disc Golf:
We invite you to come enjoy the great outdoors at our state of the art, premier 18-hole disc golf course and informational ranch tour!
The course is nestled near the tasting room facility, on HWY 46 West, in our organically farmed and Sustainability In Practice (SIP) Certified Whale Rock Vineyard. This disc course suits all levels, from the never-thrown-a-disc-before novice to the expert. Course map, disc rental and information available upon check in.
Check in at the tasting room and come throw with us anytime during hours of operation! 10 – 5:00pm. All players must be off the course by 5pm.
- Free to wine club members. Join today!
- Join our 1‑day in the vines disc club ($5)
- No Dogs Allowed on course, **please plan ahead**
- No smoking on the course
- Must check in by 4pm and be off the course by 5pm
- Course closes when muddy and/or raining.
Set amongst rolling hills of old growth oaks and vineyards, this scenic course is fun yet challenging. Whale Rock Disc Golf Course is designed to be enjoyable for kids and beginners while challenging the expert. We highly encourage ALL skill levels to come play and to bring the entire family.
- Mach 5 baskets with concrete tee pads. Benches at all 18 sites
- All holes are par three varying from 225 – 490 feet with multiple pin locations
- Hazards vary due to active ranch conditions
What is Disc Golf?
What is Disc Golf:
Played much like traditional golf, disc golf uses a disc in the place of ball and clubs. The intent of the game is to throw a disc into an elevated metal basket. The player moves from “tee” to “hole”, the trees, shrubs and terrain change in and around the “fairways” which provide challenging obstacles. Ultimately, the “putt” is tossed into the basket and the hole is completed. The goal of disc golf is to complete the course in the fewest number of shots.
What is “Whale Rock”?
The Whale Rock Vineyard, like much of the world, was at one point in time under the sea. When we began farming the vineyard, we knew the property was special and soon it became evident why. Scattered throughout the property are thousands of petrified whale bones that date back 10 – 20 million years. To honor these ancient mammals, we have incorporated “whale rocks” into each one of the cement tee pads.
It is for this reason that a special Whale Rock label is used for our Primitivo and Pinot Grigio that is grown on this site.
Learn more about the Whale Rock Vineyards here
1315 North Bethel Rd., Templeton, CA 93446