Regina Disc Golf Association
THE REGINA DISC GOLF ASSOCIATION WELCOMES YOU! This course is free to play at your leisure: enjoy the walk in the park! It’s been paid for by local businesses, private donations, and grants. In return the RDGA and its supporting members ask that you respect the land, the animals that live here, other disc golf players, and anyone else who is enjoying the park. This is a multi-use space so please be courteous to everyone in the park while you play.
RDGA RULES AND COURSE ETIQUETTE
— Players should not throw until they are certain that the thrown disc will not distract another player or potentially injure anyone present.
— No littering, including cigarette butts.
— Absolutely no alcohol or drugs on the course.
— Non-disc golf players always have the right of way. Please wait until they have safely passed by before resuming play.
— Respect the trees and all the animals that live in the park. This includes not disturbing any birds that may be nesting in and around the course.
— Please do not enter someone’s backyard to retrieve a disc. Knock on their door or email the RDGA to get the disc back. The people living there don’t want you trespassing on their property!
— Those walking dogs remember this is a public park, be respectful of others walking their dogs and keep yours on a leash.
— Teeing order on all subsequent holes is determined by the scores on the previous hole, with the lowest score throwing first, and so on. If two players are tied the previous hole dictates player position.
— After all the players in the group have teed off, the player furthest away throws next.
Out-of-bounds: Area marked in gray (or another colour?)
— Scoring is exactly like golf. Most holes are PAR 3 unless otherwise stated. The player with the lowest score after the game wins.
— A player whose disc is out-of-bounds must add one stroke to their score. This includes a disc that is unreachable in a tree.