We're playing disc golf on Sunday without jackets! It might be a wet one, but we need to open up on some drives.... http://t.co/KiL8ac2H9n
- Thursday Mar 26 - 8:00pm
It's getting cold again at the Explore Disc Golf offices so we need to take our mind back to warmer times. This... http://t.co/kyjjWTHtkZ
- Friday Mar 20 - 3:00pm
Our monthly newsletter went out today --- this one talks about a new private course design in Eastern Mass, our... http://t.co/dZ7Q2Mx9SZ
- Thursday Mar 19 - 10:18pm
We went east for a course design project. There was still knee high snow on this possible 5th hole. Stay to the... http://t.co/gGudRbt4Cc
- Thursday Mar 19 - 8:00pm
Here's a great putt visualization. Do you think this would be beneficial to beginners? It would be amazing to... http://t.co/Gm3s1daW9m
- Thursday Mar 19 - 3:00pm
Our temporary courses are extremely popular, as we provide the entire infrastructure for you! Paired with our equipment rentals of baskets and discs, our temporary course designs include the installation and removal of the course. The duration of the temporary course is completely up to you, as we can provide this service for the weekend or as long as you’d like. Temporary courses are completely customizable in scale in terms of holes, vending and course clearing — you simply set the parameters and we get to work! Our vending hub that travels along with the temporary courses allows us to offer disc rentals and purchases for interested participants, while it also takes the time to educate players about both the environment and the fundamentals of disc golf.
Since each temporary course comes with its own set of conditions, please contact us directly to inquire about this service. Our vending hub is able to travel to courses that need it, while other locations may only want our design services and basket rentals. Some courses may demand no vegetative removal and a light ecological impact as they are only constructed for the weekend, while other establishments like campgrounds and ski resorts may want to use the temporary courses as a way to gauge if there is public interest for a full scale, permanent course. Temporary courses allow business owners to test out this ever-growing industry, music festivals to offer a healthy, recreational activity to increase the fan experience, and park systems to throw custom tournaments to educate the public about the sport and prove how well it can reclaim an underutilized piece of property while heightening safety at the same time.