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Learn How to Play Disc Golf
January 19 @ January 19 - January 19
Learn how to play Disc Golf with Outdoor Chattanooga and the experts at Chattanooga Flying Disc Club on Saturday, January 19 from 1 – 3 PM at Portland Park. This free event is open to all ages and skill levels interested in learning more about this growing sport including rules, objectives, scoring, equipment, lingo and course courtesy/safety. Discs will be available for the group to play the 9-hole course at Portland Park so you can give this fun outdoor activity a try and enjoy a hands-on lesson with some local experts. Reservations requested in advance so we can be prepared and have enough discs on hand for everyone in attendance. Inclement weather may cancel. Sign Up to RSVP.
What is disc golf?
Disc golf is played much like traditional golf, but instead of a ball and clubs, players throw a flying disc from a tee area to a “hole”, in most cases, an elevated metal basket. The lingo for disc golf is similar to traditional golf: Ace, birdie, par, tee, drive, putt, etc, all mean the same, but there are a few terms like Anhyzer, Hyzer, Mando, Tree Love, Roller, Upshot, Understable, Overstable, and Tomahawk that are specific to the sport. Trees, shrubs, and terrain located in and around the fairways and holes provide challenging obstacles. The sport is low cost and easily enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. The Chattanooga area boasts several disc golf courses of varying difficulty for you to get out enjoy this fun and active outdoor hobby.