The goal of Disc Golf
is to throw a flying disc at a target over the course of nine or 18-holes. Just like golf, scoring is based on the par scale, and you want the lowest possible score. Course holes range in distances and feature hazards like trees and water, and there are even different “clubs” you have at your disposal, as some discs have flight ratings better suited for long throws versus short “putt” throws. On average, the length of holes is shorter than golf holes, with the average disc golf hole ranging from about 200-240 feet, whereas a par three golf hole can be up to 290 yards—about three times as long as a disc golf hole even at its shortest.