Course Info

Sedgley Woods is a 27 hole disc golf course located in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, PA. The course is lovingly maintained by The Friends of Sedgley Woods, and more often than not someone from the club will be there to answer any questions or show you around. Sedgley Woods is open to the public year-round from sunup to sundown, regardless of any scheduled events (except for the Philly Open and Puppy Preview tournaments when the course is closed). Best of all, it’s ALWAYS free to play, so come on out!

Discs are usually sold at the course on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, and occasionally throughout the rest of the week. We’ve even got some custom Sedgley Woods disc designs. All proceeds from disc sales go straight back into course improvements, so getting your new plastic from us is a great way to give back to the course. Occasionally there are discs available to rent with a suggested donation of a dollar or two, but this is much more hit or miss. Another great way to give back to Sedgley is to help us keep the course clean!


View Sedgley Woods Disc Golf Course on a larger map

Click on the red pin on the map to get directions (please note that US 13 N is the same as N 33rd Street in the vicinity of the course).

The nearest major intersection is:
N 33rd St & W Oxford St
Philadelphia, PA 19121
The course parking lot is just past the Longknockers Driving Range on Reservoir Drive, on the left hand side (if coming from 33rd Street).

For all you cyclists, there is a bike rack and plenty more spots to lock up your ride.

Public Transportation
If you would like to reach the course by public transportation, SEPTA’s 32 Bus runs from Broad St. & Carpenter St. through Center City to the Manayunk/Roxborough area and stops exactly at the intersection mentioned above. The course is visible from the bus stop and the parking lot would be about a 1 minute walk.

Another option would be SEPTA’s 15 Trolly which goes from Port Richmond, all the way up Girard Ave and out to Haddington. The trolley stops at N 33rd St & Girard Ave, leaving about a 1/2 mile walk to the course.

Course Map
If this is your first trip to Sedgley, don’t worry, the course is very easy to navigate and there is almost always someone around to help you out if you get confused. Click the course map below for a larger version. The colors on the map represent the fairways for the multiple tees on each hole. Please note that there have been some additional tees added since the creation of this map, mostly on holes 19-27.
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Score Card
There are usually score cards available at the information board, but feel free to print out your own by clicking on the score card below to get a bigger version.
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