Disc Golf is played like traditional ball golf, but instead of using a club and balls, players use flying discs. Like ball golf, the player starts at hole one and throws from the tee. The player progresses down the fairway by throwing from the spot where the previous throw landed. The hole is completed when the disc has landed in the basket. The object is to complete the course with the fewest amounts of throws. Disc golf is accessible to all members of the community, male and female, young and old.

Disc golf first arrived in the late 1970’s and there are now more than 6,000 courses around the world, with new courses being installed every day.


One of the reasons why disc golf is a great fit for almost all communities is that there are practically no barriers for setting up a course and playing. You can play whether you are young, old, in shape, out of shape, male or female, alone, or with a group. The land can be flat, hilly, grassy, sandy, rocky, with a lot of trees, or no trees. Disc Golf can fit in to many different types of land and utilize previously unused areas of a park at a budget that almost no other sport this inclusive, can match.

Disc Golf is now recognized as one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Professionally designed courses have a direct impact on local economies by attracting enthusiasts who travel the globe in order to play well-designed courses. Tournaments held at the course also attract locals and travellers, who need the services of the local community. There are over 3,500 professional events run each year, creating excitement in communities all over the world.


Now that you have made the decision to invest in a disc golf course, the next biggest decision is, “who will design it”?  Disc golf course design will make or break the success of a course.  It is important to make an investment in a credible course designer to assure that the course layout is the best it can be. Players will come to your course to play. If it is done professionally, they will keep coming back. There are many disc golf players that travel state to state and internationally to play on the top rated courses, which are typically designed by professionals.


The better the imagination, the better the course, and the more fun and challenging it will be. Creating flow and a variety of shot options is a skill that is learned from playing all the best courses in the world, and also by collaborating with the world’s top players and designers. A great design will use the natural terrain and flora, to create a visually and emotionally appealing experience.


This year approximately 1,000 disc golf courses will be installed around the world, which will provide immediate economic impact. Contact us to get started on installing a course in your community, you will be glad that you did.