Disc golf is a sport which is rapidly growing in popularity around the world today. Originating in the United States in the 1970’s, disc golf is played in countries all around the world, with more and more courses being installed each year. The game combines the technical skill of golf, with fun of throwing a disc. Players attempt to move a disc from a tee box into a basket in as few throws as possible. The game is one that is easy for new players to start to play but challenging enough that you can spend years developing your game. Disc Golf, unlike traditional ball golf is very affordable to play. A player can purchase all the equipment that he or she would need to play a round for between $30-50, and the majority of courses are in parks, which are free to play. Like golf players have various clubs for different shots, disc golfers carry a selection of discs for different shots. A basic set contains 3-4 discs, but more advanced players may carry 25 discs or more with them on a round, for different ranges and shot shapes. Disc golf is a great sport for those who want a fun outdoor activity to stay active, and for those who are looking for a sport which can be played by the whole family. If you think that disc golf might be right for you, please contact us, and we can arrange to meet you at a local course to introduce you to the game.
The Stratford Disc Golf Club was founded in 2014 and exists to promote the growth of the game of disc golf in our region and to provide a fun competition for those who love to play the game.
Help Support the Club
Club members Dave and Nate are offering Bike Tune Ups in support of the fundraising efforts for the proposed course improvements for Marsh Pond Park. If you or anyone who know is interested in a bike tune up (including adjust brakes and gears, lubricate cables, clean and lubricate drive train, true wheels, inflate tires, and general cleaning of bike), please have them DM Dave for more information. **This type of tune up would typically retail for approximately $100 but they are asking for a minimum donation of $40 (with all proceeds going to the course improvement fund)!**