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Disc Golf Course Coming to Armstrong Campus

Written by Caroline Boykin

A disc golf course is coming to the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University! 

Nestled among the woods south of the tennis complex, the new 9-hole disc golf course provides the Armstrong campus community with a fun and challenging new sport on campus. “We are excited to offer another fun engagement opportunity for our students, faculty, staff and community on campus,” says Campus Recreation and Intramurals (CRI) Armstrong Campus Director Megan Feasel.

The 9-hole disc golf course gives players two playing options in the form of a short course and a long course. Each hole has two tee pads allowing players options to play each course independently or mix and match for a full 18-hole round. A practice area is also available to allow students to warm up before hitting the course.

This disc golf course is open to students, faculty, staff and the general public, making it a game for the entire Savannah community. CRI hopes this disc golf course gives students a fun, exciting new way to spend time with friends and enjoy the outdoors. The course will be open from sunrise to sunset every day, and those with an Eagle ID can check out equipment from the Armstrong Recreation Center (ARC). There is no cost to play.

Campus Recreation and Intramurals invites the Armstrong community to celebrate the opening of the new disc golf course on November 9 from 3 to 5 p.m. Players are encouraged to bring their own equipment, but CRI will have equipment on hand for those who would like to try out the course.

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