Definition of disc golf in US English:

disc golf

(also disk golf)

noun

  • A game in which a concave plastic disc is thrown into each of a series of metal baskets situated on an outdoor course, the object being to complete the course using the fewest possible throws.

    ‘I got to play a round of disc golf with him’
    • ‘Between 5 million and 10 million people have played disc golf at least once.’
    • ‘Disc golf is more free-spirited than the traditional game.’
    • ‘Disc golf is an extremely compelling activity for many people.’
    • ‘Finding suitable locations for disc golf is a challenge.’
    • ‘Round guests up for a rousing game of disc golf on our 10-hole course!’
    • ‘Disc golf has been added to the myriad of activities happening at River City Park.’
    • ‘Disc golf is a healthy, low-cost activity that generally takes place in relaxing surroundings.’
    • ‘If you have a disc and you have an arm you can play disc golf.’
    • ‘One of the great features disc golf shares with traditional golf is they are both played in a beautiful setting.’
    • ‘Employees have also become more active by playing basketball and disc golf at lunch.’