The “19th Hole” recently featured an article about tee sign design by Custom Course Maps founder Richard Rasch <read more>
Kiosk course maps provide a professional appearance to any disc golf course. The large map near the start of the course provides all park users with information about the layout of the course for safely navigating that space. It also enhances the player’s experience when visiting the course for the first time. Below are several samples (click each image for a larger view)
Below are the images that were shown at Meetup:
And here is the link to the course map overlay in Google
View of 17 from the tee. The large tree in the distance can be seen on the tee sign below at a distance 250ft using the range guides. Contour lines on the sign show the gradual slope of the fairway.
The course was renumbered. Hole 2 shown on the old tee sign is now hole 11. The foot bridge at the point where it crosses the stream is 100 feet away from the tee.
The kiosk map shows the full course with rules of play.
View the disc golf course maps for the 2014 PDGA Am Worlds.
Course layouts are available for Blue Ribbon Pines, Kaposia Park, Oakwood Park and The Valley DGC and Bryant Lake. These detailed maps are drawn to scale, which helps determine the relative length of each hole at a glance. Walking paths are provided to indicate travel to the next tee.
View the disc golf course maps for the 2014 MN Majestic.
Course layouts are available for Blue Ribbon Pines, Kaposia Park, Oakwood Park and The Valley DGC. These detailed maps are drawn to scale, which helps determine the relative length of each hole at a glance. Distances are measured by either straight line or flight path depending on obstacles for each hole. Walking paths are provided to indicate travel to the next tee.
Tee signs for Kaposia Park.
- The name of the hole
- Distance from tee to basket
- Ranged circles show distance from the tee
- Contour lines show elevation along the fairway
- Direction to the next tee
These tee signs are another example of the many upgrades the course has received since going to a pay to play format a few years ago. Click the thumbnail for more images.