Disc golf is a game of rules similar to its older brother ball golf. The objective of the game is the same as ball golf but uses discs instead of balls and clubs. There are drivers, mid ranges, and putters. These discs allow you to shape shots to the left or right and throw different distances. Holes consist of par 3’s, 4’s, and 5’s and range anywhere from 150 to 1000 feet. We use feet to measure distance instead of yards. Each throw counts as a stroke and you want to finish in as few throws or strokes as possible. Each hole begins with a throw from the designated area, which is typically a slab of cement or astroturf. A player’s lie is from the spot where the disc comes to rest and their subsequent throw must be from directly behind their disc. Completion of the hole occurs when a disc comes to rest in the basket or the chains. Tee times do not exist in disc golf, just show up and play!