Blueberry Hill is rated by many as the #1 disc golf course in the world — a well-deserved honor! "Blueberry" as it is known to disc golfers, was the first course designed at Highbridge Hills. Blueberry is a must-play course. It should be the first course you play. Every hole is unique and varies from plush turf to areas of rugged terrain, with water on several holes. Hole #13 features 3 ponds to test your shot selection. Hole #2, which was the 9th hole during the 2007 World's, features a panoramic view of the Penokee Mountains and Chequamegon National Forest. Several holes have proven to be aceable. This course is the best nature can provide for disc golfers. It has a little of everything: rolling terrain, beautiful golf turf, rock outcroppings, hardwood forest, nature trails and water hazards, and 142 species of trees, native shrubs, plants, and grasses. Pristine and beautiful!
Extreme disc golf is the word for the Gold course! Innova yellow baskets used for the 2007 World's complement the cement tee pads, both for the long and short tee placements. A lot of the old ball golf course comes into play on this course — there's even an active bear den near the basket of #12! From the longest hole in the world (1776 feet, our "bicentennial hole") to a unique island green on #17, panoramic views make this course special. Bring your best game and best walking shoes!
Being mostly wooded, this is a course to play when the winds at Highbridge become a little "testy"! This is a full 18-hole course. You will really be challenged on this course. Don't expect all par 3's! This course contains six par 3's, six par 4's and 6 par 5's. The 50+ mile views from the #5, #6, #11, #12, and #13 holes are amazing to say the least.
"Short", "technical" and "in the shade" are comments heard about this course, along with shouts of joy when someone makes an ace! This has become the most-played course on the property, and discers love to play night rounds here. The course has single cement tee pads with a single basket location. A variety of baskets await you with a favorite being a basket in the three oak trees on #17. This course was built with grub hoes and chain saws as an experiment. When you walk the course you get the feeling somebody is watching you on every hole. It's only the faces on the trees!
This is the second course built in 2004. It is much more open and has more elevation changes. The course has silver-colored baskets, cement tee pads with short gravel tee pads, and an occasional gold level cement tee pad. This course challenges everyone. Since it faces east it gives you a lot of sunshine with more open and rolling fairways. Baskets are produced by DGA.
This is now an 18-hole course located within our Chestnut Grove Campgrounds. Near this course is the Social Ground where on most weekends we have a Bonfire and play Cosmic Disc Golf with lit discs and baskets!