Course Layouts

  • Course information on UDisc

  • Oyster Bay Disc Golf Course features 18 holes on 30 acres of beautiful bay front shoreline park

  • Each hole is designed with two tee pads and two baskets, providing beginner, intermediate, and advanced player options

  • Designed by renowned course designer Leonard Muise (Golden Gate Park, OTB Open @ Swenson Golf Course, SFO Open @ Gleneagles Golf Course, Monarch Bay Golf Course)

Park Information

  • Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline park information (East Bay Regional Park District)

  • Access to the park and use of the disc golf course is free to the public

  • Oyster Bay Disc Golf Course is located in San Leandro, California, at Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline Park in the East Bay Regional Park District

  • Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline also offers picnic areas, walking and bicycling trails, and gorgeous views of the San Francisco Bay

Location and Directions

  • Google Maps to parking

  • Google Map from parking to course

  • Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline Park, 1600 Neptune Drive, San Leandro CA 94577

  • From I-880 in San Leandro, exit at Marina Blvd and drive west; turn right onto Neptune Drive; parking is at the end of Neptune Drive

  • From the parking area, walk in approximately one-half mile toward the southwest end of the park

Disc Golf Rules & Etiquette

1. The goal of disc golf is to complete the course in as few throws as possible.

2. On each hole, make your first throw from the tee. Each subsequent throw is made from directly behind your disc. The player farthest from the basket throws first.

3. Within 10 meters of the basket, do not step past your disc as you throw.

4. Out-of-bounds areas include pedestrian paths and rock features. If your disc lands out of bounds, play from where your disc was last in-bounds with a one throw penalty. (On hole 7, throw from the drop zone.)

5. Your disc must pass to the left of the “mandatory” tree on holes 4 & 5. If it passes to the right, play from 2 meters to the left of the tree with a one throw penalty.

6. The hole is completed when the disc comes to rest in the basket’s tray or chains.

7. Only throw when other players and park users are completely out of range.

8. Stand quietly and out of the way when other players are throwing.

9. Limit your group to four players ideally, never more than six. Allow faster groups to play through.

10. Take care of the course. Be kind to the foliage and equipment. Use the trash cans. No smoking.