Kayak Point

DIsc Golf Resort

Gold Course

Long distances, challenging greens.

The Gold Course

Pro/Advanced level course

Gold – Pro
(970+ PDGA player rating)

18-hole course that features turf tee pads and DGA Mach VII baskets. 

The Gold Course at Kayak Point Disc Golf Resort is a true test of skill of you’re trying to score. It is designed for Pro– Advanced players and is our most difficult course on the property. An even par round on the Gold Course is equal to a 1000 rated round. 

The Gold Course plays on fairways from the old ball golf course, with many tees and baskets tucked into the trees. Expect even more dramatic elevation swings along the Gold Course compared to the Red Course. With long distances, six par 4’s, and zero par 5’s, this course leaves very little room for error.  Many baskets are perched on sloped greens with natural obstacles.

The current record is held by James Proctor (PDGA #34250) at -6 under par.

Day pass and tee times are required. Max 4 people per card/tee time.
See and download the course map below.

4.7 on UDisc

#2 rated course in Washington State in 2022 according to UDisc.
#59 in UDisc’s World’s Best Disc Golf Courses in 2022. 
Find the Gold Course on UDisc! 

Gold Course Stats

length (feet)
Rounds Played

UDisc Player


“Absolutely phenomenal course. My first 5 star course review. Get ready to drive long and hard. Awesome mix of elevated tees, uphill baskets, and flat liners. Don’t feel bad if you throw less than +18. These course are my new favorite and I will be returning many more times. Pro shop in site for when you lose discs though (1 for me and 3 for my buddy).
July 3, 2023   |   smwheeler 

“Great conditions – well mowed, clean, and staff even come around to provide water and snacks on the course.
Dec 16, 2022   |   thebigstealthy

“Wonderfully difficult. Go in with low expectations and an extra disc or two just in case.”
August 29, 2021   |   quinntaro

“Very long holes, all 400ft+ holes with lots of vertical elevation changes. 4.5/5 for Pro Players.”
August 20, 2021   |  tomomatos

“Was one of the best laid out courses I’ve played, and I live in the Midwest with some gnarly courses. The gold course has amazing elevations holes with amazing shots with wide fairways that are taken care of. Many payable technical holes. This course had cart’s and track and it run the course smoothly. Will def be flying out to play they course again from Nebraska.” 
July 19, 2021   |  bfflow

“The absolute best course in Washington. It was beautiful when it was a stick golf course and now that it’s disc golf it’s even better. Everything here deserves 5 stars; the pro shop, the owners/staff, the courses, the facilities, the baskets, the tee pads, even the signs on the road and at the gate are top notch. The gold course is incredible and a true challenge even for 1000+ rated shredders to go under. Gold course should have a pro stop one day, this is quintessential PNW golf.”
April 15, 2021   |   travis77

Course Map

Find Your Way

There is a large Gold Course Map right at the first tee of the course. You are welcome to snap a picture of it for reference or refer to the image here if needed. The course layout is also on the UDisc App.

The Gold Course is easy to follow since it mostly plays on the old golf fairways. Paths lead you to every tee and near every basket. 

Every tee has a full color tee sign that includes the hole number, the distance, the par, and a map that represents that hole layout. 

Hole Previews

OTB Tour Skins #93

Touring Pros vs. Gold Course

Tee Sponsors

Thanks to the following people, groups, businesses, and organizations who supported the development of the Gold Course by sponsoring a Tee! Some supporters opted to display a phrase in place of their name. You can find these names on the Tee sign posts of the corresponding holes.

Hole 1 – Cody Bernius
Hole 2 – Jeff Maison
Hole 7 – Keith Lionetti
Hole 8 – Jason Van Proyen
Hole 17 – Grippt
Hole 18 – Chainbangers 


Top 5 Scores
Par 60


1.  James Proctor – 2/24/21 – 54  (-6)
2.  James Proctor – 7/3/20 – 55  (-5)
2.  Taylor Coulam – 7/7/21 – 55  (-5)
2.  Jarod Paul – 9/21/22 – 55  (-5)
5.  Chris Holden – 8/9/20 – 57  (-3)
5.  James Proctor – 2/19/21 – 57  (-3)
5.  Robert Medlock – 6/12/21 – 57  (-3)
5.  Joel Freeman – 5/30/22 – 57  (-3)
5. Sean Cumpton – 6/23/22 – 57  (-3)

1.  Chandler Fry – Kayak Kickoff 8/23/20 – 57  (-3)
1.  Chris Holden – Gravy Gobble 11/29/20 – 57  (-3)
1.  Kirby Snyder – Kayak Point Open 7/15/22 – 57  (-3)
1.  Josh Bohling – Kayak Point Open 7/17/22 – 57  (-3)
1.  Nicholas Duran – Kayak Point Open 7/17/22 – 57  (-3)
1.  Carter Ahrens – Kayak Point Open 7/17/22 – 57  (-3)


1. Ella Hansen – 69 – 12/11/22  (+9)
2. Shannon Crossley – 84 – 12/11/22  (+24)

We’re looking for scores! Ladies, let us know! 

1.  Madison Tomaino – 75 – Kayak Kickoff 8/22/20  (+15)
T2.  Dani Peterson – 76 – Kayak Point Open – 6/26/21  (+16)
T2.  Kendra Wall – Full Metal Basket 8/27/22 – 76  (+16)
T4.  Christine Huestis – 85 – Kayak Point Open 6/26/21  (+25)
T4.  Alyssa Weatherford – 85 – Kayak Kickoff 8/22/20  (+25)


The Perfect Shot

Hole #1  (605′)
Edward Brown – 8/22/20 Kayak Kickoff Tournament

Hole #16  (309′)
Jason Van Proyen – 4/15/23


Kayak Point
Disc Golf Resort

15711 Marine Drive NE
Stanwood, WA 98292

(206) 465-4931