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Disc Golf  or Frisbee Golf
Disc Golf  or Frisbee Golf

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Disc Golf or Frisbee GolfSlide3
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Disc Golf History

Modern disc golf was started in the late 1960's by George

Sappenfield who set up the first disc golf course in 1975. A form of disc golf had been around since the early 1900's but was never popular until the course was invented.Slide5

Disc Golf Discs: Drivers, fairway, PuttersSlide6

Tee Throws

Each

hole begins with a tee throw. Tee throws must be completed within or behind the tee area. Never

throw when players

or

park users are within range. Always give park users the right of way. Be aware of

your surroundings & environment.

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Throwing Order

The

player with the least amount of strokes on the previous hole is the first to tee off on the next hole. After teeing off,

the

player whose disc is farthest from the

hole

always throws first.

The

lie is the spot where the player’s previous throw has landed.

Begin the next throw from that spot (Fairway

Throws

)

Recreational players will not be penalized for any unplayable lies or Out of

Bounds

Completion of Hole: the disc must comes to rest in the Disc Pole Hole® basket or chains.Completion of Hole: WHS PE CLASS: the disc must pass through the Hula Hoop.

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Disc/Frisbee Throwing

There are

a lot lot of different kinds of throws.Newer players should concentrate more on keeping the disc flat than trying to rip long drives. Distance will come with time and practice. Developing proper grip, form, and release will aid you in

the

long run

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Back Hand Throw

The

back hand is the most basic of all of the throws. This grip is a compromise between power and control. The Grip: Hold the disc so that the part with the writing is on top. Take ball of your hand (the palm side opposite of the knuckle of your index finger) and place it against the edge of the disk. Wrap the last three fingers (middle finger on down) around the edge of the disc. Take your index finger and place the edge of the first knuckle (ie the one closest to your fingernail) on the bottom lip of the

disc

and curl

it

under lightly. Finally, take your thumb

and

lay it

on

the top of

the disc.

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Back Hand Throw

Preparation

: Bring your arm across your body so that your upper arm is against your body. Move your arm forward quickly. Straighten your arm and, as it is almost fully extended, flick your

wrist and

release the Frisbee

towards

the target. Your wrist should snap with a

spring -

like motion. You should release the Frisbee

just above

your belly button so that it will fly in a straight

line instead

of up into the air.

Release

: Step forward with your front leg and whip your arm out while releasing the

disc

level. Make sure to follow

through. Slide11

Course Courtesy

Remain

quiet and avoid unnecessary movements while others are throwing.Stand behind the player who is throwing until throw is complete.Remove disc from Disc Pole Hole® after completing the hole.Help new players learn the rules.Allow faster groups to play through when possible.Pick up trash and put in proper receptacles.Do not alter the course

(trees, bushes, etc.) in any way.

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