Disc Golf

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Adam Harman at Hole 1 of the RH Disc Golf CourseDisc Golf3The Rolling Hills Disc Golf Course offers a natural, rolling terrain in a wooded setting and includes individual hole signage and a practice area.  The course features paved tees for both amateurs and pros to accomodate various skill levels.

Course History:
The first Disc Golf course in Washtenaw County opened at Rolling Hills Park in 1986 and was expanded from 9 to 18 holes in 2004.  

How To Play:
Disc Golf is played similarly to traditional golf. Players begin playing each hole from a designated area (a "tee") and count how many throws it takes them to put the disc in the "hole". The hole is a metal basket mounted on a pole approximately two feet above the ground. A chain assembly attached above the basket serves as a "backboard" it catches the disc and causes it to fall into the basket. The length and par for a hole is indicated on a sign at each tee area. If you're playing with a group of people, the lowest score wins.

 

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