The history of Disk Golf begins as a popular playground game in Canada. The rules for disc golf are similar to traditional golf. Players start off at a tee and are attempting to strike a target in as few throws as possible. Each hole has a par and each throw of the disc is a stroke. The goal is to finish the course with the least amount of strokes at or under par. Serious players often carry a bag that holds discs of varying weights and sizes and selecting one is similar to choosing between different golf clubs. Disc golf courses are nine or eighteen holes.
From downtown Heber Springs: Take Hwy 25B North to the bypass, turn left towards Greers Ferry Lake Dam, go 1/4 mile and turn right into Visitors Center parking lot, go through parking lot towards Army Corps of Engineers office then turn left into Mossy Bluff Park. Course is on the right in .5 miles.