• Date & time: 01/22/22 12:30
  • Location: Royal Park 18
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  • Comment: Mixed Doubles is a fun way to learn and play Disc Golf in an inclusive and supportive environment. Get your team together and join us!

    HQ Location: 
    Royal Park, BBQ area next to Tennis courts

    Entry Fee:
    We're asking participants to chip in $5 each to cover the running costs of the day. There will be a follow up email with info on how to pay that.

    12.30pm Sign in-registration
    1.00pm players meeting
    1.30pm first round tee off
    3.00pm snack break
    3.30pm round 2 tee off
    5.00pm awards/wrap up/pack up
    (Things may run faster or slower depending on the speed of play/weather)

    Event format:
    Mixed (gender) doubles. Alternate shot. Alternating tee-shots. Groups of 3x pairs. Shotgun start. 2x rounds of 9 holes.

    Snack Break:
    BYO snacks. Some fruit and hydration will be provided.

    Parking along Flemington Rd. There is also easy access via Train and Tram check PTV for details.

    This is going to be a fun, casual competition. However, there are certain rules and regulations that must be adhered to for the safety and respect of other players, park users and the park itself. There will be a short player’s meeting to go over the most important of these, but we ask that you check out the links below for more information if you are not already familiar with it. Even if you have, we encourage you to review them.

    The basic rules for Disc Golf

    PDGA rules 

    Respect agreement from the ADG

    MDGC Covid Safe plan

    See ya there!
    Anthony and Oscar,

    The City of Melbourne and the Melbourne Disc Golf Club respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we are playing on, the Bunurong Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation and pays respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.

    Melbourne Disc Golf would like to thank the City of Melbourne for their support in allowing the temporary course in Royal Park.



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