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Bevier Park PDF Print E-mail

HENRY PFAU CALLAHAN DISC GOLF COURSE
BEVIER PARK, WAUKEGAN, IL


Location:  From 294 or Rt. 41, take Grand Ave. East to Green Bay Rd.  Turn left (north) on Green Bay. Turn right on Yorkhouse to McAree Rd. Go 1/2 block past McAree.  Entrance on right.

Holes:  12 baskets with 3 sets of tees for each, making 36 holes
Baskets:  Mach III & Mach New II
TeePads: Cement / Natural / Woodchips

In 1997, with funds donated by the Callahan Family in memory of their son (a disc golfer), the Waukegan Park District installed a nice little nine-holer in a beautiful park setting. Bevier Park is located on the north side of Waukegan. It’s a beautiful well kept park with a small pond in the center of it. The Henry Pfau Callahan Disc Golf Course circles the pond and has a wide variety of holes. Many stereotype the course as short and easy. With the addition of two alternate tee pads for every hole, this course suits a wide variety of skilled players. As each year passes, trees are maturing and routes to baskets get tighter. In 2003, DISContinuum Disc Golf Club installed 3 holes in the woods to make it a 12 hole course. With 3 tees for every basket, it’s a virtual 36 hole course.

 


Click here to tour holes 1 - 9 plus A1 - C1
Click here to tour holes 10-18 plus A2 - C2
Click here to tour holes 19 - 27 plus A3 - C3

HOLES 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A1, 7, 8, B1, C1, 9    Average Distance = 235ft.
Hole 1 193 ft. Straight up fairway, basket on right after last willow tree. Nice anhyzer shot or straight (low) at pin when willows are trimmed..
Hole 2 302 ft. Straight fairway, slightly downhill. Tennis courts O.B. on left. Several small trees in fairway with big willow on the right make a narrow driving line to pin.
Hole 3 250 ft. Straight fairway, slightly uphill. Wide open shot.
Hole 4 179 ft. Slow curving shot to the right (anhyzer or tomahawk over) past a group of trees. Street O.B.
Hole 5 260 feet. Straight shot or hyzer over trees up fairway to open basket area; one big tree and several smaller trees; street O.B., sidewalk and walking paths are in bounds. Watch for the pond on left.
Hole 6 163ft. Straight shot, slightly to the right, into woods.
Hole A1 175ft. Nearly blind dogleg leftshot, many trees as obstacles.
Hole 7 287 ft. Long, many trees in fairway, basket around corner to the right;  slightly  uphill;  nasty thick brush off to right.
Hole 8 224 ft. Straight shot, some tree obstacles, slightly downhill. Pin back in trees. Wood chips cause disc to skip!
Hole B1 225 feet. Straight shot over creek, basket is slightly up and to the right. Do NOT go OB to the right!
Hole C1 265 feet. Long righty hyzer shot into wide clearing in woods; basket is 15 feet in front of creek.
Hole 9 280 ft. Slightly uphill and to the left, 30 feet past lake drainage creek; the lake and creek are O.B. (if disc is fully submerged) and unadvisable - very rough brush  with thorns. Small window to throw through.
   
HOLES 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, A2, 16, 17, B2, C2, 18   Average Distance = 257ft.
Hole 10 (alternate #1, using 1st basket):  273 ft. Start near park entrance road, shooting west next to Yorkhouse Road, over creek and cattails. High hyzer around trees.
Hole 11 (alternate #2, using 2nd basket):  300 ft. Tee is back from regular tee and to the left under trees. Basketball and tennis courts are O.B.
Hole 12 (alternate #3, using 3rd basket):  312 ft. Tee is back and to the left of  regular tee, next to tree, some trees are obstacles, especially to straight throws. 2 routes. Long hyzer or anhyzer.
Hole 13 (alternate #4, using 4th basket):  242 ft.  Tee is back and to the right of the regular tee close to the corner. Makes for a big anhyzer for righties; street and across the street are O.B.
Hole 14 (alternate #5, using 5th basket):  285 ft. Tee is far right of regular tee near sidewalk, slightly uphill with wide fairway;  lake (duh), street and across the street are O.B. Trees line the fairway.
Hole 15 (alternate #6, using 6th basket):  263 ft. Tee is FAR left of regular tee, about 100 ft. past 5th basket, under and left of tree, wide fairway with bunches of  trees 50 ft. in front of basket.
Hole A2 185ft. Nearly blind dogleg leftshot, many trees as obstacles.
Hole 16 (alternate #7, using 7th basket):  222 ft. Tee is in front of regular tee and in woods off to the right, creating a true wooded shot with many thin trees along route to basket.
Hole 17 (alternate #8, using 8th basket):  168 ft. Tee is FAR right and up from  regular tee, (enter woods straight to the right of hole 17), very wooded, difficult shot, big curve to the right. ANHYZER!
Hole B2 255 feet. Straight shot over creek, basket is slightly up and to the right. Do NOT go OB to the right!
Hole C2 285 feet. Long righty hyzer shot into wide clearing in woods; basket is 15 feet in front of creek.
Hole 18 (alternate #9, using 9th basket): 248 ft. Tee is closer and to the left of regular tee, in grass, slightly uphill but straighter, lake and drainage creek O.B. Split the 2 trees & you are golden!
   
HOLES 19, 20, 21 22, 23, 24, A3, 25, 26, B3, C3, 27  Average Distance = 284ft.
Hole 19 (using 1st basket): 175 ft. Tee is right at the corner of the tennis courts. One tree in center of fairway. You can go left or right depnending on your style.
Hole 20 (using 2nd basket): 340 ft.  Tee is straight back 40 feet from cement tee. Same shot as #2 just 40ft. longer.
Hole 21 (using 3rd basket): 345 ft.  Tee is 30 feet from #2 basket towrards the pond. 2 routes, hyzer or anhyzer around big willow 
Hole 22 (using 4th basket): 241 ft.  Tee is back and to the left of bushes. Nice open anhyzer shots with trees protecting left side.
Hole 23 (using 5th basket): 245 ft. Tee is right next to #21 tee off. Pond is to the left. Nice slow hyzer shot.
Hole 24 (using 6th basket): 238 ft. Tee is back and to the left next to the sidewalk. Many routes to choose from.
Hole A3 185ft. Nearly blind dogleg leftshot, many trees as obstacles.
Hole 25 (using 7th basket): 395 ft.  Tee is 100 feet straight back from #7 tee. Toughest hole! GOOD LUCK!!!
Hole 26 (using 8th basket): 238 ft.  Tee is back & to the left on other side of path next to pond. Slight hyzer into woods
Hole B3 275 feet. Straight shot over creek, basket is slightly up and to the right. Do NOT go OB to the right!
Hole C3 325 feet. Straight shot over evergreens into clearing in woods; basket is 15 feet in front of creek.
Hole 27 (using 9th basket): 340 ft.  Tee is back in wood chips between #8 basket & #9 tee. Long shot. Watch for creek and pond. Layup between two trees by creek and take a three!

Click here for a aerial-view map of the course and all tee placements!

Hole 1
Hole 2
Hole 3
Hole 4
Hole 5
Hole 6
Hole 7
Hole 8
Hole 9

Read more posts....
Bevier Park
mirth    January 16th, 2002 - 7:25 PM
maybe a little flat, but hey - there's nothing wrong with a course where every hole is aceable! Smiley
Bevier
mirth    February 12th, 2002 - 10:35 PM
The reason why you can't post large image attachments is because the BB is designed with people who are still stuck on slow-ass connections (like yours truely) in mind.

A larger image would take a long time to download, especially multiple large ones....
Bevier
mirth    May 15th, 2002 - 7:57 AM
Well, thats interesting news...



I'm a little curious, tho.. last time I was at leagues, two weeks ago, there was a cop sitting in the lot the entire time... I wonder if

a) the police are aware of this rule from the parks

and

b) if we could get them to actually do anything about it within a reasonable amount of time (meaning, while there is still daylight)
Bevier
mirth    May 15th, 2002 - 10:02 AM
I agree, this is a good idea... After all, if we didn't have something it would be our word against theirs....
Bevier
mirth    May 15th, 2002 - 10:21 AM
So, the soccer players are there every day?
Bevier
mirth    May 16th, 2002 - 10:22 AM
Yay! Too bad they won't get 'em out in time for mud-rasslin in the woods this afternoon...



Oh well, at least the soccer players (hopefully) won't be out there due to conditions.



Anyone want beer? I'm thinking of picking up a six on my way to the course....
Bevier
mirth    May 16th, 2002 - 10:40 AM
Thats how I feel! I'm actually hoping to come across some Spotted Cow... I dunno what that stuff is made of, but its like crack to me!  Cheesy
Bevier
mirth    July 24th, 2002 - 2:26 PM
This was originally posted by CE-Valkyrie under a different topic:

Quote
I was seeing if Jim wanted to meet me Saturday after Junior Leagues to start chain upgrades. I guess I should explain a little more. This discussion basically revolves around Junior Leagues. Jim, I thought we were doing the chain upgrades ourselves & seeing then if the park district would repair baskets in the winter. Also, I think the upgrades would be nice to have before the tournament.




...damn those moderators....
Bevier
mirth    August 29th, 2002 - 9:07 PM
Sucky. Are they bees or wasps?

Regardless, I will try to remember my wasp & hornet killer spray on the 8th and we can dispatch them proper.
Bevier
mirth    April 28th, 2003 - 8:05 AM
I agree about getting club members active in helping to do improvements. May I make a couple suggestions, however?



- Schedule the work days at minumum two weeks in advance. I probably would have helped yesterday had I had the opportunity to juggle my schedule around.



- Nobody really wants to do any kind of work before league play... Why expend the energy that could provide you with a great round picking up trash? I suggest doing the cleanup/improvement work after league. With weekly turnout at almost 20 if we got even half that number to help we'd be able to get some stuff done.
Bevier
mirth    April 28th, 2003 - 8:07 AM
Oh, I'm excited as hell about the three new baskets! Do we have a target date for their installation?
Bevier
mirth    April 30th, 2003 - 3:07 PM
I assume that 'a bead of chalk' is really a bead of caulk?
Bevier
mirth    May 6th, 2003 - 8:30 PM
Just curious if the upgrades happened or if they got delayed...
Bevier
mirth    May 7th, 2003 - 9:06 AM
Do you have the supplies for the chain upgrades already, or have they yet to be purchased?



I know Brett has bolt cutters, and I'd be willing to install the new chain...



Guess I'm just a little eager to get the upgrades done.
Bevier
mirth    May 8th, 2003 - 8:52 AM
Uh yeah, if I get the chain Brett or whomever can get it any time. I will not be at league on Sunday so don't count on getting it then....
Bevier
mirth    May 8th, 2003 - 9:10 AM
I guess thats up to you. I (apparently incorrectly) mistook your postponed indefinately post to mean exactly that. I thought when you said Tuesday you meant the 20th and not the 13th.



...Communication breakdown its always the same. I'm havin' a nervous breakdown .. drive me insane...





Its all good. [img="http://www.rafansrule.org/ubb/graemlins/rainfro.gif"]
Bevier
mirth    May 8th, 2003 - 12:08 PM
Wait, so you are leaving the chain with me, or are you going to deposit it at Shawn's? You're so confusing!!!!
Bevier
mirth    May 8th, 2003 - 3:01 PM
Heh, well this relates to Bevier so the topic police won't come out this time... Smiley
Bevier
mirth    May 14th, 2003 - 12:16 PM
Yeah! Practice basket! Cheesy
Bevier
mirth    May 19th, 2003 - 9:56 AM
I plan on helping out next Saturday morning to do whatever is needed. What tools/supplies do we need?

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