We have a disc golf course on our 200 acre, 27 hole golf course. We have 18 Baskets spread across our Red Nine, allowing for traditional golf and disc golf to be played at the same time.
We are excited to add disc golf to our course offerings. This is a growing, fun sport and a nice addition to traditional golf.
Disc Golf FAQs
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How is Disc Golf Played?
Disc golf is similar to regular golf, however instead of using golf clubs and balls, the players use frisbees. Players score when the frisbee settles within a chain basket that is attached to a pole extending up from the ground. Similar to “stick” golf, the object of the game is to complete each hole with the fewest numbers of throws, starting from a tee area and finishing at the basket.
Where Will the Disc Golf Baskets Be?
The 18 hole disc golf course is only on one 9 hole course, the Red course. The other two nines, White & Gold will not be effected by this addition.
The baskets are set on the sides of the fairways, so they do not interfere with regular golf play.
Disc golf is played at a faster pace than regular golf, so players will not be running into each other on a frequent basis.
Will they Hurt the Course?
Disc golfers wear athletic shoes and use frisbees, they will not interfere or damage the course in any way.
Traditional golfers have the right of way and will be welcomed to play through, should disc golfers be on that course during the same time. The disc golfers are excited to partner with us and share our facility, and Yankee Springs is thrilled to collaborate in hosting traditional and disc golf at our facility.
Yankee Springs is committed to providing the highest quality experience to every one of our members. We are still very much committed to traditional golf and welcome any questions our members may have about this new addition.