May 4, 2018
Contact: Nancy Lee Gomer, Marketing Coordinator, 636-949-7535, or 636-795-1137, email@example.com
St. Charles County, Missouri – Disc golf enthusiasts–experienced and beginners alike–won’t want to miss the St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department’s 2nd annual Disc Golf Clinic, from 9 a.m.–noon, Saturday, June 2, at Quail Ridge Park near Wentzville. Whether you’re looking to improve your game, or new to the sport and want to learn the basics, this clinic is perfect for ages 6 and up.
Taught by experienced players from the St. Charles County Disc Golf Club, the clinic combines the fun of throwing discs with the challenges of traditional golf. Participants are grouped by skill level and receive instruction on rules of the game, driving and putting techniques and strategies. After experiencing all 18-holes, participants are served lunch and receive a commemorative disc to take home.
Cost of the program is $15. For more information or to register, call the St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department at 636-949-7535 or visit http://bit.ly/2rihNpW.
The sport of disc golfing is gaining popularity throughout the St. Charles County regional parks system and is an inexpensive activity to play alone or with the family and friends. The St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department has a competitive 18-hole course at Quail Ridge Park near Wentzville, an 18-hole course at Indian Camp Creek Park near Wentzville and a 9-hole course at College Meadows Park near Cottleville. A “champion” course is under development at The Park at New Melle Lakes on Foristell Road near Highway Z.