Bird's Ruins Disc Golf Course

The Bird's Ruins Disc Golf Course is located in Langer Park just outside of Marshall on Canal Road.  Fun Fact: The name Bird's Ruins was actually the original name of Marshall back in 1837. The name lasted for more than a decade.

The course was opened in 2012, since its opening 93% of players rate it as an "above average" or "exceptional" course. The course has two pin placements per hole with amateur and pro tee pads on each hole. The 19 holes have a combination of deep woods, wide open prairie, water hazards, an elevated basket and so much more!

Finalized 2012 Survey:  A survey of Birds Ruins was just recently completed.  Input from 175 people demonstrated many interesting points.

In 2016, Bird's Ruins Course was expanded to 28 holes and was a host course to the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur World Championship Tournament. 

Bird's Ruins is host to several tournaments each year. Tournaments are typically kicked off each year with a fundraiser tournament put on by the Park & Rec Department and the Rebel Disc Golf club. This tournament is typically the third weekend of February. This tournament is not sanctioned and is open to all levels of play. It is a random draw doubles for teams with best shot format. 

  • Next tournament is typically held in May and is a part of the Glide Series put on by Tournament Director Mike Batka from Glide Disc Golf. This is a sanctioned tournament.
  • The Rebel Disc Golf club hosts a tournament each fall also typically in September or October.
  • In the past we have hosted the WISCO DISCO, an all women's tournament and also the Mad City Open. 

Effective Immediately:
Birds Ruins Disc Golf Course now requires a permit for disc golf patrons. Permits can be purchased at the course through self registration, at Glide Disc Golf Pro Shop, or online by clicking HERE. 

  • Annual Permits.........$20
  • Daily Permits...........$5
  • Replacement Tags....$10

We are also accepting hole sponsors. For only $100 you could advertise on one of our 28 holes. Contact Brandon for more information.