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What is Disc Golf?

Basically, Disc Golf would be better termed Frisbee Golf, but Frisbee is a trademark name and cannot be used.  Disc golf is very much like the regular game of golf, except that players use discs instead of clubs.  The object is to put the disc into a disc goal in the fewest number of throws.  There are discs designed to do go various distances.  There are long drivers, mid-range drivers,  approach and putting discs.  Disc golf is a game that can be played by a variety of ages and abilities together.  It is fun and inexpensive.

Adventure's Edge has the largest selection of Disc Golf discs in the area

If it's a disc golf driver, disc golf mid-range, or disc golf putter that you need then we are the place.

We carry Innova and Discraft discs.

Morgantown Disc Golf

There are currently no disc golf courses in Morgantown, but there is one about 20 minutes away.  To encourage the development of a disc golf course in Morgantown email your interest to info@boparc.org

Seth Burton Memorial Disc Golf Course, Fairmont, WV

The Seth Burton Memorial Disc Golf Complex includes the original Seth Burton Memorial (Yellow) Course, and Orange Crush (Orange) Course. The Courses are within 2 minutes of Interstate-79 off the Pleasant Valley Exit. The courses encircle Morris Park and maintenance performed by Marion County Parks and the West Virginia Disc Golf Association. Many residents frequent the park for walking, jogging, bike riding, tennis and many other activities, including disc golf.

Directions from Morgantown

I-79; exit 135 (Pleasant Valley Rd.). Turn towards Pleasant Valley, 0.3 mile to a left at stop sign, 0.3 mile to a right into Morris Park (large blind curve). Park in entrance cul-de-sac or around park to the 2nd pavilion. 1st tee next to pavilion.

Recommended Gear
For newer players, the general recommendation is to start with a set of three discs, an easy to control distance driver (tier 2 driver), a neutral midrange disc, and a stable putt & approach.




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  Suggested Disc Golf Links

Seth Burton Course

West Virginia Disc Golf Association

Professional Disc Golf Association