Richmond Hill Park disc golf tee pad improvements close some holes starting June 12

man throwing disc at target in wooded area

Richmond Hill Park houses one of the oldest and most popular disc golf courses in the Asheville area. To maintain quality and consistency of the course’s tee pads, Asheville Parks & Recreation (APR) will begin repairing and replacing all tee pads on June 12. 

It may be necessary to close up to six tee pads and pole holes (otherwise known as baskets or goals) at a time to complete this community investment project as quickly as possible. Crews plan to go to work on holes 10 and 14-18, then proceed to those that remain. Holes will be closed during the tee pad work.

To learn about more APR community investments taking place at parks and community centers throughout Asheville, visit the City of Asheville’s project database.

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