Anyone who has gone out to play disc golf their first time, or thousandth time, has a different perception of what appropriate etiquette is on the course. I want to help shed some light on some of these common oversights in the rules of disc golf. Click Read More to see the details.
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There are multiple examples of the disc golf being played by many in different forms and variations across a multitude of locations and times. From accounts of people throwing objects at particular targets of trash cans, fire hydrants, street lamps, to the modern day flying disc targets. Here are some of the most prominent accounts of the history of disc golf.
Disc golf is similar to traditional ball golf but instead of using clubs and a ball, players throw flying discs in varying weights and molds. Popularized in the 1970s, the object of disc golf is to get your disc into the goal in the fewest throws or “strokes” possible. Click through to read more.