More from our Canadian border site visit. Check out this huge tree, we really hope that can be incorporated into the course.
- Tuesday Jun 30 - 10:00pm
Explore Disc Golf got to take a ferry for a site visit in VT! First time for everything. Island disc golf... http://t.co/BKNoOZgJtG
- Tuesday Jun 30 - 8:00pm
Signs came in for Camp Laughing Waters thanks to Soundscape Merchandise! Now the girl scouts can find their way around the courses.
- Monday Jun 29 - 8:20pm
The rendering is done for Camp Laughing Waters course map. Signs are getting printed by Soundscape Merchandise... http://t.co/TnpIlQM2dc
- Thursday Jun 25 - 8:00pm
Big drives downhill on this 625' hole at Pineland Farms in Maine. This course is coming along beautifully and we... http://t.co/PWfG53cviA
- Monday Jun 22 - 8:00pm
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…
As many of you have probably already seen, there is a wide array of installation methods when it comes to sinking baskets in the grounds. While metal sleeves are the standard, course can be more cost effective and use PVC pipe — enabling them to offer multiple pin positions on each hole while keeping their Read More…
This blog post was inspired by the ongoing number of conversations we’ve had with disc golfers that are adamant about the fact that disc golf courses MUST have 18 holes. While we’d love nothing more than to see every course have 18 shiny Innova DISCatcher Pro baskets, many locations just aren’t suited for that many Read More…