Sharing this from All Things Disc Golf after seeing a post Nikko put up about being wait listed for The Memorial.... http://t.co/PGNzsSrHdH
- Wednesday Dec 17 - 4:33pm
Restocking up on hats, with new color schemes for the holidays. Thanks to Soundscape Imaging for embroidering... http://t.co/XicCp4SJA0
- Tuesday Dec 16 - 6:29pm
Enjoyed another BEAUTIFUL December day during our site consultation at a 60 acre farm in Eastern Mass!
Lots of... http://t.co/jcFFpWEKan
- Monday Dec 15 - 7:35pm
What pro do you think would be the best fit for disc golf lessons at middle schools? Paul McBeth? Holly Finley? Someone else...?
- Tuesday Dec 9 - 5:49pm
Here are a couple pictures from our 3-hole "pocket course" installation at White Brook Middle School yesterday.... http://t.co/VZcIHXamIO
- Monday Dec 8 - 5:06pm
No matter the size of the yard at your house, there is no better way to utilize the entire piece of property than disc golf! Not every yard has room for a basketball hoop, and even if it does, users are relegated to one spot on the property, most namely the driveway. We have provided disc golf installations on properties down to as little as 0.75 acres, and every single one of our designs has increased the family’s usage of their backyard. Single basket-multiple tee installations are common, while we have designed and installed full holes on larger pieces of property.
Think of the last time that you walked your ENTIRE piece of property, corner to corner. Well disc golf affords you that opportunity on a very inexpensive level, leaving you with a passive form of recreation that can be enjoyed by users of all ages and skill levels. Disc golf is a wonderful way of moving users throughout the landscape. Residential scale disc golf installations can be situated in a backyard, or used to tie together an entire housing development. The disc golf course can double as a hiking trail for many as it forces users to interact with nature while providing connectivity throughout the property in a fun, safe manner.