One of the most attractive aspects of disc golf is its relative low cost and minimal impact on an existing park. Tees and targets define each hole. Signs inform players of the course layout. Without them, players may become lost. Trash cans and benches will make your course more appealing and user friendly. The following pages introduce the different pieces of equipment that will be the foundations of any disc golf course.
The most obviously unique part of a disc golf course is the targets. In the early days of disc golf, trees, light poles, and trash cans were designated as targets. In 1975 the Pole Hole™ was invented, issuing in the era of disc golf as more than a passtime, it had become a sport. The DISCatcher® Pro represents the state of the art in disc golf target technology.
DISCatcher® Pro Benefits
Our yellow powder-coated stainless steel chain rack makes the INNOVA DISCatcher® highly visible.
Hot-dip galvanizing allows a DISCatcher® target to weather the elements better than painting or zinc plating.
28 Strands of Tiered Chains
14 outer chains grab your disc, while 7 intermediate chains and 7 inner chains hold your disc in the target.
Stainless Steel Chain Rack
Made to withstand the elements.
The DISCatcher® PRO is approved by the Professional Disc Golf Association for the highest level of tournament play.