BELFAST DISC GOLF
Top Disc Golf site in Belfast
TOP DISC GOLF SITE IN BELFAST
Are you good at keeping your eyes on the prize? Then Disc Golf is for you!
At Mount Ober Activity Centre, you can challenge your hand-eye co-ordination by enjoying a friendly game of outdoor Disc Golf.
Disc Golf involves a broad range of skills that are accessible for all ages and abilities - making the sport a potential lifelong hobby, as well as the perfect recreational activity for anyone and everyone.
Plus of course, we have everything you need on site to ensure you always have a great time!
WHAT IS DISC GOLF
Disc Golf is an outdoor sport that combines frisbee throwing and golf. The aim is to throw the disc at a target in the fewest throws. It is a fairly simple sport to get to grips with, allowing beginners to immediately have fun with the challenge and get invested in the game.
Similar to golf and FootGolf, the game takes place on a golf course and you can choose from 9 or 18 holes of play.
Disc Golf is an ideal sport for all ages and groups - whether it be families, birthday parties, hen and stag dos or even team bonding and corporate away days.
WHAT YOU NEED
To play disc golf, there are several things you need.
Many experienced players bring their own variety of discs. Alternatively, you can hire discs at £1 each when you arrive at the activity centre.
Sturdy footwear is a must in order to stay comfortable and maximise your playing potential. We recommend wearing trainers for an activity like Disc Golf.
As it is an outdoor sport, we recommend that you wear casual, protective clothing such as raincoats to prepare for all weather conditions.
HOW TO PLAY
Disc Golf is an easy sport, but there a couple of things you should know before you come to play.
HOW TO GRIP
Hold the disc so all fingers are inside the rim.
Keep your fingers close together.
Keep your thumb on top of the disc.
Your thumb should be on top of the disc directly above your fingers.
HOW TO THROW
Stand side on to the basket.
Bring the disc back, twisting and moving your weight to your back foot.
Transfer your weight on to the front foot and let your arm swing forward, keeping the disc as flat as possible.
Extend your arm out and release.
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