Club Info

The High Plains Chains started August 2006 as Northeastern Colorado's first and only disc golf club, with members from Sterling, Haxtun, Akron, Fort Morgan, and Sidney already signed up! Membership fee is $20 and gets you a numbered tag to carry with you so others can challenge you for the lowest numbered tag. Tag rules and rankings are here for your enjoyment. Everyone from the surrounding areas, young and old, are encouraged to come out for a round or join the club by e-mailing our club president. Hope to see you on the course!

Upcoming Events!

  • June 24: Disc Golf Day - Here's another great opportunity to learn how to play disc golf. Sunday June 24th, 2pm at Sterling's Pioneer Park. This event is free and will be hosted by the Hi Plains Lions Club. Discs will be available for purchase at this event as well. Click here for more info.
  • September 22: Discraft Ace Race - No putting, no approaching... just runnin' at the chains. Holes will be between 180ft and 250ft with one throw per hole. Entry fee is $20 which gets you 2 identical Discraft prototype discs, 1 SuperColor mini disc, 1 hat, and a chance at winning a grand prize package valued at over $300. A pre-registration form will be available for download shortly and remember to pre-register by Sept. 1st. Click here for more info.


Tag play matches start at Pioneer Park most every Sunday at 1:30, unless otherwise scheduled.

Click here to view the tag play rules and rankings.

Longest Putt Challenge

The current "Longest Putt" holder is: Steve Perrish at 65ft on hole 16, witnesses were Allen Schluntz and Pete Stimmel.  

If you break the current 65ft record on the Pioneer Park Course then e-mail Pete with the distance, hole#, and the names of at least two people that witnessed the putt and we'll update the web site with your "Longest Putt" info. 

Board Members

Cal Boden / President

Allen Schluntz / Vice President

Steve Parrish / Treasurer

Pete Stimmel / WebMaster


The back nine is in! That's right Pioneer Park's back nine is in and their as tricky as can be. We still need help clearing out all the old tree limbs and shrubbery so if your out there move a dead limb to the side and help make it a better course to play.

If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions please feel free to e-mail any one of us by clicking on one of the links below.

We'll see you out there!

Lost Discs

Report a lost or found disc by e-mailing Pete with the disc's name, color, weight, condition, hole # and location. Check the Lost & Found page for current listings.


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