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Disc Golf uses the same principals of play as regular golf, but instead of using clubs and golf balls, the player throws a disc from a tee pad to a basket on a pole. The score is based on the number of throws it takes to get the disc to land in the basket.
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No, you can use a regular disc to play.
The Audubon Park Disc Golf Course is open to the public daily on a first-come, first-serve basis, free of charge during park hours, 6 a.m. to 12 midnight. However, no lights are available in the park. The course may be occasionally closed for tournament play.
Each throw counts as one point. The object is to acquire the lowest total score. Each hole has a par score, the number of throws expected to get the disc in the basket.
If a disc goes over the fence of the GP&L substation near Hole Number 1, please call 972-205-3000 to report it. GP&L staff will retrieve the disc and leave it at Audubon Recreation Center.
CAUTION: Do not climb the fence to retrieve the disc as this area is very dangerous and can cause severe injury or even death.