How To Make The Most Of Disc Golf

July 14, 2014

One of the growing trends in the sport’s world is a Disc Golf. Although the sport has been around for almost a century in various forms, many people do not understand the premise. Essentially, an individual must take a disc, often a Frisbee, and throw it into baskets that have different hazards to prevent them from scoring, similar to its golf namesake. While the rules are all established, there are a lot of people who want to know how to make the game more enjoyable. Here we will take a look at some of the best Disc Golf accessories.

Bring Mobile Music

One of the best parts about Disc Golf is that it blends the competitiveness of golf with the youthful energy of throwing a Frisbee. That means you should always have some good music to go along with your game. Whether you want to put on some “Under Pressure” to make your opponent think twice, or want something with a good beat, it is always a good idea to have the option to bring Disc Golf music.

However, too many people think that the speakers in their phone will do the trick, not realizing how distorted the sound becomes in an open space (or how quiet it is). That is why you should consider bringing an All-Terrain Sound® speaker. Not only is it tough enough to take the punishment of physical activity, including water, it is compatible with a Bluetooth 4.0 meaning that you can play music remotely. Also, it gives you the option to have a speaker phone conversation, which can be useful in coordinating during games of Disc Golf. Many of these options are only available with the All-Terrain Sound mobile speakers, and the fact that it balances incredible form with an inexpensive price makes it one of the most desired Disc Golf speakers on the market.

Bring Bug Repellent

Many of the courses that are available for Disc Golf are in public parks and areas where there is a fair amount of plant growth. For this reason you can expect to find bugs on you during games, especially if you are playing during the summer. By spraying yourself with repellent before a match you will be far less likely to be distracted from your throw by large, thirsty mosquitoes.

Pack Water

While a large part of Disc Golf is standing around and waiting for throws, an even larger part is spent walking to the discs and to the next basket. It is important to remain hydrated throughout each match in order to prevent cramps and overexertion. Also, if you end up in some of the rough patches, you may want some fresh water to wash you off before you head home.

With these tips in mind, you can be sure that you will have the best Disc Golf experience. All three of these items: the All-Terrain Sound mobile speaker, bug spray, and water, can be bought for less than one hundred dollars, but will provide endless amounts of enjoyment out on the field.