Disc golf - Curtin Sport and Recreation | Curtin University, Perth, Australia
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Disc golf

Disc Golf has landed at Curtin with Australia‚Äôs first ever university disc golf course! The hugely popular sport is played in more than 40 countries, with championship tournaments around the world.

Disc Golf is played with similar rules to traditional golf, except instead of hitting a ball with a club, players throw a Frisbee-shaped disc from a tee pad to an elevated metal basket to complete each hole. The aim of the game is to complete the course in the least number of throws. This game is super easy for anyone of any age to learn, while still providing a challenge to master your throws.

The course

The Curtin Disc Golf course is located on Edinburgh Oval South at Curtin. The course is free to play on and is made up of nine holes with 18 challenging tee positions across the Jack Finney Wetlands.

Where to get golf discs

Specialty golf discs are used to play the game. They are weighted and come in all sorts of sizes. Discs can be purchased from Curtin Stadium. You can also pick up scorecards from the Stadium.