DISC GUYS - "When your disc gets old buy a NEU one"

 
 
We specialize in providing the one stop for all brands, we sell Wholesale and Retail
 
Bulk Orders
 
 Discguys offers wholesale pricing on bulk disc purchases of 25 discs or more to qualifying individuals and organizations. Our bulk purchase and wholesale programs are designed to suit a variety of needs. In fact, we've helped hundreds of schools, churches, and other non-profit organizations by providing bulk discounts on disc golf products. We've also outfitted loads of picnics, company outings, and other events.

For more information on our Bulk Purchase orders, please call us at 847 420-4300 or 262-220-2200. We can also be reached via email at discguys@yahoo.com
 
Disc Golf (also known as "Frisbee Golf" and "Folf" or "Frolf" and even "Disk Golf") is played much like traditional golf. Players use flying discs (golf discs or Frisbees®) and play holes that start with a tee area and end with a Disc Golf Basket or Target. The object: complete the hole by putting your golf disc in the basket in the fewest number of throws. The sport was formalized in the 1970s and is governed by the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA). There are over 3,800 courses worldwide with over 3,200 in the U.S.



 
Disc Golf Courses are Environmentally FriendlyThere is no clear-cutting of trees, grading of land, costly fertilizer, or mowing maintenance necessary.
Well designed disc golf courses are environmentally friendly and utilize an area's existing topography. Varied terrain is an advantage. Trees, shrubs, hills, creeks and lakes offer more obstacles and challenge to a course. There is no clear-cutting of trees, grading of land, costly fertilizer, or mowing maintenance necessary. Courses have been installed on old landfills, around reservoirs where there is a hundred year-flood buffer and Pole Holes have been anchored into above-ground concrete forms so as to avoid any digging in sensitive areas where land disturbance needs to remain at a minimum.
Many of today's course designs employ the use alternative tee positions so that parts of the course can lay fallow for a season or two. DGA first designed an anchor and collar system for our Disc Pole Holes™ so that alternate anchors could be installed on your course. Additional anchors allows one tee off position to have 3 or more hole options. This not only limits erosion from foot traffic but creates depth and flexibility to your course layout.

Schools have been increasingly adding disc golf to their curriculum. Schools are finding that kids not only love the sport but that it helps developed critical thinking through scrutinizing and negotiating obstacles, it provides a safe means of exercise and can be used for other life lessons like ecology, planning and socialization.

A small basic disc golf course can be built on as little as two acres of land, a small nine-hole disc golf course can be established on as little as five acres of land. A full championship course often is built on one to two acres per hole. These championship-caliber courses can be found on 40 acres or more utilizing land unsuitable for other sports, activities or development.

Inexpensive to InstallConstruction of a disc golf course is inexpensive, the maintenance costs are minimal and the play is free in the majority of cases.A disc golf course is inexpensive to install and can make use of land unsuitable for other sports, activities or development. This differentiates disc golf from most other outdoor sports that require specialized sport facilities, buildings or extensive land development. Once installed, a disc golf course has few maintenance costs associated with upkeep and operation. In addition disc golf can be played year round, rain (snow), or shine. A small basic disc golf course can be built on as little as two acres of land. A full championship course usually is built on one to two acres per hole.


 
What is a golf disc?
  • A disc is like a Frisbee, in that it flies, but that's where the similarities end.
  • A Frisbee is large, floats slowly, doesn't fly far and is designed to play catch.
  • A "Disc" for disc golf is aerodynamic, hard to catch, and varies widely in size, stiffness and flight characteristics. Disc golf discs can be thrown over 800 feet.
  • A disc in disc golf is like clubs in ball golf. There are drivers, mid-ranges and putters. There are discs for the wind, discs that curve to the right or left or hit the ground and roll.