- Hold leagues designed exclusively for women players
- Increase women’s participation in weekly leagues or monthly events
- Involve women’s service organizations
- Increase women’s participation at tournaments
- Host women’s clinics
- Hold special events to attract women players
- Provide Feedback
Involve Women’s Service Organizations
Introduce disc golf to female organizations like the Girl Scouts, sororities, women’s church groups or any local women’s service organizations that are active in your community. Offer to take these groups to a local course and teach the basics of disc golf or hold a clinic. Be sure to have some experienced players available to help. Helpers should be willing to accompany groups through the course. It is a good idea to provide discs for the participants. The discs can be loaners or each player can actually receive a disc for participating. Discs can be new or used. Discs can be donated by area players or local disc vendors.
Women’s clubs and organizations are often looking to get involved in local service projects. When talking to these groups, encourage them to do a service project at a course near you. Before or after completing the project, suggest they play a round of disc golf or participate in a brief disc golf clinic or demonstration. These groups may be able to enlist some local businesses to provide support for the service project/disc golf event. These business sponsors may be willing to provide lunch, discounts, or cash to buy supplies for the service project. Sponsors may be able to fund the purchase of discs or tee shirts for the participants. It is often easier to find sponsors when a service organization or charity is involved. Before beginning a service project, make sure to get permission from proper authorities, follow all park regulations and obtain any required permits.