Excited to announce that Explore Disc Golf's Brian Giggey will be a session leader and presenter at the inaugural... http://t.co/CIAN1hJY7o
- Friday Mar 7 - 4:15pm
We posted a reall neat interview with John Houck the other --- conducted by All Things Disc Golf. He brought up a... http://t.co/V9QnfINVRi
- Thursday Mar 6 - 4:57pm
Interested in disc golf course design? Check out this interview with John Houck, Houck Design! http://t.co/yF8YxGtyKT
- Wednesday Mar 5 - 6:44pm
Great picture from the 18th tee of the United States Disc Golf Championship. We got to play this course 3 times... http://t.co/dBMQ6y9s9Z
- Tuesday Mar 4 - 5:56pm
Busy week of site visits --- might be time to bust out our snowshoes at some of the places we're going!
- Tuesday Mar 4 - 4:34pm
We specialize in disc golf course designs that are located on University campuses, school systems and parks. Disc golf is a wonderful way of offering a form of passive recreation, all the while strengthening ties with the community and providing increased visibility and safety where the course is located. Since many University campuses and parks are open to the public, there is no better way of reaching the largest number of users, while also educating them. Our company slogan of “turning the course into the classroom” fits perfectly within these design parameters, as large public spaces are a wonderful grounds to host field days to educate students and the general public about the sport, or to use the land the course sits on as a outdoor classroom where you can learn about native plant material, rare habitat species, wetlands and more!
With the possibility of a large number of participants on such public grounds, there also comes the possibility of a steady revenue stream. Disc golf has a very high benefit-to-cost ratio, with very minimal maintenance from year to year. With the ability of hosting 72 players on an 18 hole course at one time, the course itself is a terrific way to cross promote with education and surrounding local businesses. If the courses are free or pay-to-play is in the hands of the client, but capturing sales of disc golf discs, bags, merchandise and snacks provides a stream of revenue back into the course that will eventually provide a wonderful return on your investment.