From baseball games to toppled trees, it's a sampling of the wide variety of images within DiscTrips.com's galleries.
Above the Rim
The next time you bend down to pick up a putter that has hit the basket but bounced out, look up. You may be surprised by what you see.
Tiny Pin, Big Nature
Nature can be humbling in its scale and design, and our sport can feel quite small within it. Join us in a game of spot-the-basket against some very grand-scale backdrops.
Blending with Trees
It's not something that you can pin down until you see it, but sometimes a basket, seen from a certain angle and in the right season, just dissolves into its natural backdrop. Humor us as we explore this idea.
Why stick a basket in the ground for the hundredth time, when there's a nearby tree trunk, mound of dirt, or pile of boulders just begging to get in on the fun?
Part golf swing, part baseball pitch, and part Frisbee toss, it's the most satisfying moment in the sport. There's nothing like launching a disc down a hill, over a lake, or just plain into the sky.
There is much more diversity in targets than brand, color, or chain count. Maybe more than you can imagine.
Houses on the Green
One of ball golf's cultural preserves is the phenomenon of big mansions and high prices surrounding a top course's greens. Could this day be far away for disc golf? (Answer: yes.)
The most eye-catching feature of a course is often its official sign. And the range of design choices, in size, shape, and content, is somewhat startling.
Tee signs come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from the elaborate and informative to the rickety and useless.
Signs on the Course
Aside from the big official one at the start and the little ones at the tees, we find many other less-necessary signs adding to our experience on some courses.
New galleries will be added regularly.
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