The page contains on-going surveys delving into the overall character composition of local disc golfers. Inquiries are asked pertaining to a variety of topic: disc golf preferences, spiritual and political beliefs, educational, and socio-economic backgrounds, plus anything else we feel may be enlightening! All answers are anonymous. All we ask are truthful responses so all can have a better understanding of the variety of players in our sport.
I’ve made a couple of improvements to the site that may be of interest to all. First, I integrated Facebook events to be viewable through the site. Secondly, and similar to Facebook events, there is an Upcoming events page listing events of the area which allows players to express their interest in whether they will […]
The above images reflect some of the areas we’ll be tackling in the coming weeks. Hopefully, the city won’t be adding any more trees to the already plentiful amount laying around the course. I truly believe if we have fairly good overall participation and enough volunteers with chainsaws, we will make a huge difference in […]
Being an old-time disc golfer who’s competitive days are long past, I can relate to the attached article. Like many who may be reading this post, I love the sport. It offers social interaction. It satisfies my inner need for competition, whether it be against others or against myself. It allows my aging body desperately needed […]
As we prepare for the Bring’n Back Vets series of work days and events, I’ve put together a short survey and offer it to gauge player’s feelings of the course so that it’s future planning may accommodate the needs, desires, and wishes of it’s users. The goal is to make not only the Veterans course […]
I am sure the title of this article makes you wonder what Facebook has to do with disc golf, right? Well, it’s more or less the basis for going back to having a legitimate web presence. Whether we like it, or not, Facebook became the main avenue of communications for most disc golf clubs. Herein, […]
1) Elvis Report:: The good news was that it was profitable. The bad news is that we’ve got to sell some Elvis discs to realise those profits. In other words … what money was made lies within the left-over plastic and t-shirts. If you want one, please contact either Joey or Grayson. We’ll fix you […]
The original Ballard …. There was a work day on August 6, 2005 where a few of us thought we’d install some benches and work on the real “original” course at Ballard Park. Little did we know at the time there would be a Baseball complex make us dismantle the course a few months later. […]
It seems random drawings for selling merchandise is the new marketing plan for many in disc golf. Random.org has gotten some good publicity from it too! But what if you wanted to select multiple random winners? Being part techno-junkie, I looked into this and came across a bit of code that does the trick! Check […]
Hover over the Ballard disc image to the right for hole descriptions. This image, from 2015, was actually slapped on a Discraft Buzzzz and is available for in our online store.
How about working a little of that turkey dinner off this weekend? A lil’ speed golf action would do it! I think it would be interesting to see how the various divisions balance out with an event of this nature. With the tournament season winding down, I could see this as a possibility locally. Maybe […]
As promised, Part II of the SN discussion …. The previous post regarding the Southern Nationals came from the frustrations of dealing with a board of directors that remind me more of The Three Stooges rather than an actual organized group performing tasks to promote the sport and the association. Almost two years of development […]
Here another recently created logo . . .