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    While the majority of tee pads are cement, rubber mats or natural, these astroturf tees are seen in certain areas of the country. Not the easiest to clean, but extremely grippy to ensure proper footwork and maximum launch potential.

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This is a little bit of equipment and a little bit of signage. This disc has the meters and par of each hole, along with a map of elevation change and important landmarks for each hole.

Got tired of the snow and decided to work on some putts.

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While the majority of tee pads are cement, rubber mats or natural, these astroturf tees are seen in certain areas of the country. Not the easiest to clean, but extremely grippy to ensure proper footwork and maximum launch potential.

We can't think of a better site than when you walk into a disc golf shop and see a wall of plastic! Discs from Innova, Discraft, Gateway, Vibram and more will surely please any disc golf enthusiast.

Homemade disc golf baskets are a terrific, inexpensive way to bring this sport to your backyard. Practice makes perfect, and a homemade touch makes it more personable!

Innova DISCatcher Pro baskets are amongst the best in the business in terms of catch-ability and professional appearance. This picture looks up the chains of the basket --- which coming this summer --- now have an additional 4 chains, raising the total number of chains to 28. Talk about catch-ability!

Made of galvanized steel, disc golf baskets come in several makes and models. This basket, a Chainstar, comes from Disc Golf Association.

A DISCatcher Sport by Innova Discs is the best on affordability and professional presentation. Weighing less than 40 pounds, this basket sets up in less than 5 minutes and is great for temporary courses, as well as locations like campgrounds, churches and small park systems.

Dynamic Discs is a great company to pick up all sorts of DG equipment --- especially incredible dyes like the ones seen here.

The XD from Innova Discs has a low profile grip which is secure, yet easy to release. We suggest this discs for beginners that are working on their technique and looking for reliable distance that you aren't getting from drivers. This is a terrific disc for both putting and approaching, and can sometimes even be used as a driver!

Many disc golf discs can be dyed throw a relatively simple process. There is some pretty incredible artwork/dying done out there, so we encourage you to research it. Maybe you'll just do some disc dying of your own!

A three-legged camp chair is perfect for disc golfers that want to relax while in between shots. This exact chair comes from huk lab, and is quite the popular item for disc golf enthusiast!

A simple 5' x 12' concrete tee pad provides disc golf courses with top notch launching pads, and allows courses to charged players to play due to the increased maintenance that went into the project. Tee pads are typically concrete, rubber or natural --- this picture comes from Park Circle DGC in Charleston, SC.

Innova DISCatcher Pros are the top of the line basket in the market. The yellow band helps players gauge depth perception and promotes the sport with its bright visibility. NEW this summer are the DISCatcher 28s --- 4 more length of chains means increased catch-ability!

The leading disc golf bag on tour is by Grip EQ. This backpack style bags holds 20+ and two 32 oz water bottles discs in addition to multiple pockets for miscellaneous items. Incredibly comfortable, this is a must for the advanced disc golfer!

The Roc, by Innova Discs, is all you need to start a lifelong enjoyment of disc golf. This is the #1 professional mid-range disc, as its very reliable at high speeds and can be used (by novices) for drives, approach shots and putts.