Take a friend to a course
You know you have some old discs laying around that you never use. Grab those discs, grab a friend, and take them out to your favorite course and teach them how to throw some plastic.
Take a basket to work
Instead of sitting around the lunch room watching boring TV invite people outside to putt on a travel basket.
Teach Kids To Play
Contact a nearby elementary school and ask if you can teach a class on Disc Golf. Teachers love new activities that get kids out of the classroom and outside.
Benefits of Disc Golf
These are just a few of the benefits of playing Disc Golf
How we started playing Disc Golf
Tell us about your Grow Disc Golf Day
Please fill out the form below and email photos from your Grow Disc Golf Day to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grow Disc Golf $5k/$10k Ace Challenge at the 2018 Piney Woods Open
Tournament Directors of PDGA sanctioned events may choose to include a $5k/$10k Grow Disc Golf Ace Challenge on a specific hole during a specific round of their event. Event must be sanctioned by the PDGA as a C-Tier, B-Tier, A-Tier, NT, or Major. X-Tiers are not eligible. Players will have a chance to win either[…]
Grow Disc Golf Day with Doug Bjerkaas
Doug Bjerkaas, Events Coordinator here at Dynamic Discs, provides us with six easy steps to help Grow Disc Golf.
The Darlings of Disc Golf
It may seem like an obvious fact, but the most discernible way to grow anything is to get those who have never tried it…to try it. For growing Disc Golf, what better way to get people to try the sport is there than hosting a tournament designed for those who either have not played, or[…]
Dynamic Disc Golf Experiences
Increasing an event’s appeal is the quickest way to increase interest, and hopefully number of participants. The average weekend disc golf tournament draws the kinds of people you would expect to see, disc golfers. Tournament popularity, size & stage aside, traditionally the only ones being exposed to disc golf this way are already disc golfers.[…]
Growing Disc Golf Everywhere
Scott Fortier South Bend First SDA Church For the last year or I have been working with several people from my church and teaching them how to play disc golf. A few months ago, we started a small group ministry around disc golf. We go once every Sunday morning (we go to church on Saturday)[…]
Esquivel Beginner’s League
It seems that word is spreading. A sense of community is what keeps a town like Emporia, KS the welcoming place that it is when big tournaments come and go each season. Currently, every Wednesday at 5:15 pm, local Emporia disc golfer Lupe Jr Esquivel has begun a ‘Beginners Disc Golf League’ that currently has[…]
Being Dynamic with Big Brothers Big Sisters
Think Global, Throw Local. This moniker is something that, here at Dynamic Discs, we take very seriously. For us, disc golf has not only strengthened friendships, but it has opened many of us up to the love and support our many distributors/affiliates have shown us since 2005. Not only do we want to see disc[…]
Why do we even play this sport?
As disc golfers we love to see the sport on national news outlets. Watching Philo Brathwaite hit an unbelievable shot at the Beaver State Fling, Paul McBeth’s ‘wake & putt’, Nate Doss’ disc growing eyes mid flight over water during the 2015 Memorial Tournament final round all help the sport gain large scale exposure. As[…]
Growing the Sport with United Way
I got the opportunity to partner up with the United Way to bring disc golf to approximately 300 1st-6th grade students. The students were on site at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the NFL Kansas City Chiefs, for a Team Smile event. Loads of local dentists were on hand to give free cleanings/checkups to these students. […]
Dynamic Discs takes to Timmerman Elementary to help Grow Disc Golf
Dixon Jowers, Denise Cameron, and Daniel George met up with some teachers at the Timmerman Elementary School. It is Dynamic Discs’ belief that introducing kids to Disc Golf is an important tool for growing Disc Golf. Disc Golf is an activity that gets children outside and being active. The steps to get into a school[…]