Disk Golf

Disc Golf

A Fun, Free Outdoor Activity for the Whole Family

Disc Golf (Frisbee Golf) is simple, similar to the classic game of golf, where discs are thrown from a tee pad towards an elevated basket. The goal is to land the disc in the basket in the least number of throws. Maneuvering around trees and bushes, participants will find themselves needing to shape shots by adjusting the release angle of the disc.

The winner is the player with the lowest score. It is a lot of fun and doesn’t require a private membership to play. Most disc golf courses are free and open to the public. All you need are a couple of discs, a nice day to play and you’re good to go!

LDRL has four sets available by searching “Disc Golf” donated by the Moberly Parks and Recreation Department

How to Play

There are a plethora of resources that help you learn the ins and outs of the game. A great starting point is the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) website. If you want some more detailed instruction on how to best throw a disc, check out some of these videos via youtube: