Taking final note of inventory on the proposed back 9 of UMass DGC before our site walk with the University... http://t.co/G0E3bxbFpw
- Tuesday Dec 10 - 8:32pm
Lots of crazy weather out there lately!
Do you play disc golf year round? If not, when is cold too cold for you?
- Tuesday Dec 10 - 3:24pm
This hole comes from our 6-hole private design at a resort in the Catskills.
Hole 3: 391' long, -61'... http://t.co/UzyraGutfy
- Friday Dec 6 - 4:10pm
Do you have out-of-bounds/abutting property boundaries on your course?
If so, how are they marked --- yellow... http://t.co/4whSIafr5b
- Thursday Dec 5 - 7:42pm
Welcome to Peabody, MA! http://t.co/SIqfNJDHLC
- Wednesday Dec 4 - 4:33pm
Disc golf tee pad construction varies from course to course — be it the preparation and installation, or the materials that make up the tee pad itself. The most common types of tee pads in disc golf are: concrete, rubber, pavers and natural. This article isn’t going to focus on the materials that comprise the Read More…
The University of Massachusetts Amherst campus will soon be the home to a nine hole disc golf course beginning in March. While Explore Disc Golf’s full blown design of the course includes 18 baskets, the University has agreed to a nine hole “pilot installation” where the committee can gauge the interest of the student body Read More…
This article is going to talk specifically about DX plastic — which is a grade of plastic produced by Innova Champion Discs — and why throwing it is a great way for beginners to get hooked on the game of disc golf. Two of the main reasons that beginners are encouraged to throw DX plastics Read More…