• A cross between golf (minus greens fees), hiking and Frisbee
  • Disc Golf is a rapidly growing sport played much like traditional golf, only instead of hitting a ball into a hole, players seek to throw a flying disc (similar to a Frisbee) into an elevated metal basket.
  • Discs of varying weights/profiles are used to throw different shots
  • Discs are the only equipment needed to play; they cost $8-$16
  • Courses are typically located in city/county parks and free to play
  • Metro Atlanta has 18 courses; closest to downtown is 15 miles away
  • Georgia has 71 permanent courses in 2012 (up from 19 in 2006)

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