The UK's premier supplier of disc golf services and equipment.
Disc Zoo doesn`t just design courses, it offers a full development plan to deliver safe, sustainable and inclusive disc golf courses that maximises the benefit to land owners, the environment and the disc golf community. We can offer advice and assistance at every stage of the procurement process, and draw from extensive experience of disc golf gained from being involved with the sport at all levels. From pop-up family-friendly courses to permanent world class installations, we bring that experience to the fore in everything we do.
Why Disc Golf..?
Disc golf courses are inexpensive to install and the game is affordable to play. Courses will attract new people to the area and establish a regular player base which in turn supports local businesses. Thanks to the low installation costs, commercial Disc Golf courses can see a return on their investment in a very short time.
Repurposing Neglected Land
Disc golf is very flexible to different topography, and varied terrain is best. Trees, shrubs, hills, streams and lakes offer more obstacles and challenge on a course. In sensitive land-use areas where disturbance needs to be kept low, baskets can be mounted in above-ground concrete forms.
Inclusive and Accessible
Disc Golf is a sport that is truly accessible by a huge variety of players across all demographics. There are courses that have been designed for blind players, some courses are wheelchair-friendly, and Disc Zoo has experience with working with a range of learning disabilities to maximise the possibilites for a course.
Healthy, Life-Long Sport
Easy to play and fun, Disc Golf is a family-friendly sport that is a low impact, safe exercise for all ages. In addition to being a physical activity, disc golf is also a cognitive sport requiring visualisation, planning, spacial judging and problem-solving disc flight paths. As such, it can be a great aid towards a healthy state of mind.
Disc golf gets people outside and engaged in a healthy outdoor activity. Unlike many other sports, disc golf does not require specialised facilities or extensive land development, and it uses an area`s existing topography. There is no clear-cutting trees, grading land or costly fertiliser necessary.
Positive Use of Space
The sport serves as a deterrent to anti-social behaviour as the course attracts positive and dedicated Disc Golf players. Disc Golf clubs who bring a beneficial element to the area take on an active role as stewards of the courses. The players tend to make sure the course and area is in good shape and taken care of.
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