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Disc golf shares the joys and frustrations of traditional golf. Instead of using clubs to putt balls into holes, you throw specially designed flying discs, similar to Frisbees� at baskets or natural objects, such as trees or posts. more..  
   
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Britain's first commercial Disc Golf course    Thursday 1st June 2000
The picturesque Scottish town of Crieff is now firmly on the map! Britain's largest Leisure Hotel, the Crieff Hydro, has added Britain's first commercial Disc Golf course to its facilities.
Scotland
Scotland
   
Ice Is Nice In AZ    Sunday 20th February 2000
A report from the Flagstaff Ice Bowl, Arizona, USA
USA
USA
   
The Rise and Fall and Rise of Disc Golf in Denmark    Saturday 1st January 2000
Story of disc golf in Denmark by S�ren Larson
Denmark
Denmark
   
World Championships    Tuesday 10th August 1999
Rochester, New York, July-Aug 1999

Ken Climos 9 year reign as Disc Golf World Champion comes to an end


USA
USA
   
Television Coverage    Sunday 1st August 1999
Recent TV coverage, crutial to the developement of disc golf
Great Britain
Great Britain
   
   
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