Cotswold View

Disc Golf



Updated: Friday 25th December 2020

Dear Customers, Visitors and friends,

For the health, safety and well being of our customers, employees and communities, in light of the recently announced Covid-19 measures (Tier 4), we are temporarily closing our doors effective 25th December 2020 until further notice.

As soon as we know more regarding when we can re-open, you will be the first to know.

This will include Cotswold View Disc Golf, The Old Shed, all accommodation at Banbury Hill Farm and all forest trails/walks.

Please do not visit us during this time as the our site is closed to the general public.

We encourage everyone to remain indoors and keep safe!

All the team wish you and your families a safe few weeks ahead and of course a Happy New Year!

Thank you for your continued support.
We will see you all soon!

Cotswold View

Yellow Course (Beginner)

White Course  (Intermediate)

BLUE Course  (Professional) 


Adult: £8

Student: £5

Children: £4

Family rate: up to 2 adults and up to 4 children (under 16): £20

OAP: £5.00

Includes 1 disc rental per person

OPEN All Year & bank holidays: 9am - 5pm (last entry 3pm).​

Please check our website regularly for our winter opening times.

Annual Membership Available: £120

  • Unlimited access during Disc Golf Course opening hours.

  • Cotswold View Disc Golf membership card.

(Please email: for more info)

Description of the Game


  • The object of the game of disc golf is to complete a course in the fewest throws of the disc. A course typically consists of nine or eighteen holes, each of which is a separate unit for scoring. Play on each hole begins at the tee and ends at the target. After the player has thrown from the tee, each successive throw is made from where the previous throw came to rest. On completing a hole, the player proceeds to the teeing area of the next hole, until all holes have been played. Disc golf courses are normally laid out in and around wooded areas with diverse terrain to provide natural obstacles to the flight of the disc. The course must not be altered by the player in any way to decrease the difficulty of a hole. Players must play the course as they find it and play the disc where it lies unless otherwise allowed by these rules.

How to Play

  • Register at Reception 9-5pm to play and hire your discs. Disc golf is the perfect game where the whole family can get involved despite your throwing ability. Once you have acquired a disc each then simply make your way to the the first hole and follow the course signs leading you through a diverse course layout with interesting natural obstacles through our woodland. Each hole has three tee options, beginner, intermediate and difficult. Choose a course and enjoy the game. All discs must be returned to the disc drop off point which is clearly sign posted at the end of the course (hole 18). More information on what disc golf is and how to play disc golf can be found in the following two videos. Please remember to throw responsibly and respect the surroundings, DO NOT throw the disc if a person can be seen in your line of sight.