Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. Bert Lee Park Golf Course - Coconino County, Arizona

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Weather|Webcam|Winter Golf|Home| Play Pasture Golf at Bert Lee Park Golf Course, a primitive 9-hole meadow course in Coconino County, Arizona. Don't worry about bringing your putter...there are no greens on this course. We welcome submissions of pasture golf courses to this pasture golfers' directory.

Photographs of Bert Lee Park Golf Course Courtesy of Glendon Collins

Bert Lee Park Golf Course, Coconino County, Arizona

Name of Course: Bert Lee Park Golf Course
Address: Course located in the Flagstaff Park area
Directions: This course is located in Coconino County Arizona on a privately owned meadow, Bert Lee Park. To reach this course, Exit Number 322 on I-17 south of Flagstaff at Munds Park. After exiting I-17, head east through Pinewood and follow Forest Service Route 240 about 8 miles.
Course Phone: 602-861-1605
Course Contact: Contact Glendon Collins for permission, scorecard, and a list of course rules.
Fees: Free with permission of owner
Number of Holes: 9


Par:   35
Season: April to October
Course Type: Primitive
Designed By: Glendon Collins
Year Built: 1998
Comments: There are no greens on this course so don't worry about bringing your putter. We just have PVC pipes for pins. We had to give up on flags, because the elk kept chewing them off.

A new Bert Lee Park Course record of 31 was set by Brett Rogers, of Bishop, Texas, playing in the Vest Family Open Championship on July 22, 2004. Golfers from Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Maryland and Arizona competed.

Bert Lee Park Golfers Left to right, Bob Lynn of Highlands Ranch, CO; Brett Rogers, who set new course record, from Bishop, TX; Steven Vest, Michael Vest, and Joe Vest all of Bishop, Texas.

Pins are PVC pipe at Bert Lee Park Golf Course.
They had to give up on the flags because the elk kept chewing them off.

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