This summer, Nature of the North and Big Cat Disc Golf have teamed up to get more folks in the FM area outdoors through the joys of DISC GOLF!
Disc Golfing is one of our favorite ways to get out into nature. Just about anyone can do it, it’s super cheap to get started, we have 4 local courses, and you can do it for as short as 15mins!
Every Monday at 6:30PM, we will meet at on Hole 1 at one of the rotating disc golf courses to have some fun, make new friends, and enjoy our local parks (see schedule below)!
++ Plus, FREE GIVEAWAYS & PRIZES every week from Big Cat.
Whether this is something you do regularly or have never done it before, we’d be happy to have you join us! We will break up into smaller groups based on abilities and out of respect for speed of play.
1. Woodlawn – 6/7, 7/5, 8/2, 8/30, 9/27
2. Oak Grove – 6/14, 7/12, 8/9, 9/6
3. Trollwood – 6/21, 7/19, 8/16, 9/13
4. Iwen – 6/28, 7/26, 8/23, 9/20
* FREE EVENT
* All Ages Welcome
* Dog Friendly (must be leashed and cleaned up after)
* Discs For Sale Each Week!
“The rules for recreational disc golf are easy to understand. Put the disc into the target in the fewest throws possible. Repeat for each hole. The player with the lowest score wins. This makes the game easy to learn and fun. But, there’s an extra set of rules that make the game enjoyable and safer for everyone… disc golf etiquette.”
DISC GOLF ETTIQUETTE:
1. SPEED OF PLAY
Be aware of groups around you. Are you playing slow? Kindly invite faster groups to play through. Catch up to a larger group? Respectfully ask to play through.
As you play the hole, the person farthest away from the target throws first.
3. RANGE OF PLAYERS
Make sure everyone is well out of range before you throw. If there’s even a chance you can reach someone ahead of you, DON’T THROW. If you accidentally throw toward another group, yell loud and clearly… FORE!
4. DON’T BE DISTRACTING
When others are throwing, get out of their line of sight, don’t move and be quiet.
5. STAY INVOLVED
Watch your group members’ throws. Help search for lost discs. There are no referees, most decisions are made by a majority vote of your group.
6. OBEY PARK RULES
Be aware of park rules. If it’s a public park, disc golf shares the park with everyone. Be courteous to all park guests.
7. LEAVE NO TRACE
Pack out any trash you bring on the course. If you see trash, pick it up and properly dispose of it (always leave the place better than you found it).
Be kind and courteous. Swearing, throwing tantrums, behaving in a rude manner, and anything of the sort is not fun for anyone.
NOTICE:All events are subject to change. Fargo Underground is not responsible for the events posted. The hosts reserve the right to make any changes whatsoever in the event owing to any unforeseen or unavoidable cause; or to cancel the event for any reason beyond their control without notice. Always confirm the event before attending.