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Series Announcement! - Tee to Green

Disc golf courses are awesome because they provide an opportunity to get outside, engage in physical activity, bond with others, challenge yourself, and improve your overall well-being. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, disc golf courses offer a fun and rewarding experience for all. Each course is unique in its design, and some are rich in their history.

Disc golf tee pad

One of the greatest things about most courses is their low barrier to entry. Disc golf is a sport that is accessible to almost everyone. All you need to play is a few discs and a course to play on. This makes it an inclusive and mostly affordable activity that any can enjoy. Also, playing a round of disc golf can be relaxing and almost therapeutic, allowing players to disconnect from the stresses of daily life and focus on the present moment.

Disc golf tee sign

In an upcoming series entitled “Tee to Green”, we will be exploring the rich history of courses from their design, origins, competition, statistics, and overall look and feel. We’ll start with courses that I’ve had the unique experience of playing on and eventually expand outward to look at some of the more popular courses the sport has to offer.

Disc golf basket

We’ll look at the individual designs of the holes. We’ll even get some feedback from the course designer or owner. This series will serve to celebrate courses in their uniqueness and allow them a moment to shine as we all take a closer look together. We’ll be looking at one or two courses every month. For the first episode of “Tee to Green”, we’re going to look at the first course that opened my eyes to what disc golf and competition truly were, Lime Bluff Recreational Area.

If you have any course you would like to see breakdowns of, let me know in the comments!

 

Gary Daddario III (www.thumberlife.com)

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