The temporary course is a test run for a proposed permanent course.
Some users are concerned the course could conflict with other park users.
KVAL News talked to parkgoers who said when the park is packed, the disc golf course will chew into space for other users.
Some runners and bikers are concerned flying discs could pose problems.
Disc golf players said the course will be safe and won't inhibit other users.
The course is open the next two Thursdays for testing between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.