Disc Golf Course
Location: Community Center
How to Play Disc Golf
The object of disc golf is to have fun and complete the course in the fewest throws.
- Start from the teeing area. The player must throw from behind the front of the teeing area.
- Subsequent throws are played from behind the spot where the previous throw came to rest. This spot is known as the “lie.” If your disc comes to rest in a tree or bush, the lie is the spot on the ground directly below.
- A run-up and follow through are allowed, but the player must release the disc before stepping past the lie.
- A putt is a throw from within 10 meters (32.8 ft.) of the target. When putting, you may not step past your lie before establishing balance.
- The hole is completed when the disc comes to rest in the basket or chains. The hole is not completed if the disc is resting on top of the target.
- If a throw goes out-of-bounds: play from either the last in-bounds location with 1-throw penalty or retee with 1-throw penalty.
For more information on Disc Golf Rules and the different types of playing discs, see the Pro Disc Golf Association website at www.pdga.com
- Remain quiet and avoid unnecessary movements while others are throwing.
- Stand behind the player who is throwing until the throw is complete.
- Help new players learn the rules.
- Allow faster groups to play through when possible.
- Do not alter the course (trees, bushes, etc.) in any way.
Disc Golfer’s Code
Never throw into a blind area or when players, spectators, pedestrians, or other facility users are within range.
Respect the Course
Observe all posted rules.
Please take care of trees and plants and pick up litter.
Represent the Sport
Be positive and responsible. Teach others.
Located at the ECIA Community Center, the course starts between the dog park and Ave Del Monte Alto Rd. and wraps around the Community Center and ends behind the pool. A practice basket is located between the pool and Ave Del Monte Alto Rd. The “holes” range from 250′ to 309′, with many trees to play through and around. The course is perfect for beginners to experts, so bring the whole family!
Just like golf, there are different types of discs: distance drivers, fairway drivers, midranges, and putters. Choosing the right type of disc for the right situation can make a difference in your score. Discs can be found at most sporting goods stores and online.