‘Ready to play’: New disc golf course opens at Cache County Fairgrounds – The Herald Journal: Allaccess

Me making a difficult left handed 4 foot putt to save bogey, as seen in the local paper.

Smithfield resident Alan Barker got into disc golf two years ago when he started playing at a Providence course. He now owns Infinite Discs, one of the biggest disc golf outlets in the nation and one of the primary sponsors of the Cache Valley Disc Golf Club. Barker said the fairground course is great because of the trees and shade, attributes that make it friendlier to disc golfers.

“It’s one of the best courses in Utah,” Barker said. “They are well-kept grounds, more like a ball golf course.”

Barker also lauded the sport itself, saying it can be played by all people.

“It gets people out,” Barker said. “It’s family fun or it can be competitive.”

via ‘Ready to play’: New disc golf course opens at Cache County Fairgrounds – The Herald Journal: Allaccess.

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