By Brian Wells ~
Disc golf is my favorite hobby, and I take every chance I get to play. But like most disc golf dads, family comes first. I have a wonderful wife, a four-year-old daughter, and a two-year-old son.
When our daughter came along, I knew I would have less time for disc golf. With the arrival of our second child, I expected my disc golf time to get even tighter. But when we realized that our son was born with Down syndrome, our world was turned upside down. Continue reading “Disc golf gives back during Down Syndrome Awareness Month”
Is disc golf headed for the mainstream?
Last year, Steve Dodge, Director of the Disc Golf Pro Tour, predicted that disc golf would be bigger than ball golf by 2026.
Many observers share Dodge’s optimism, and there’s some evidence to support it. Continue reading “Disc golf as social movement: A strategy for growing the sport”
Heroin addiction is a national crisis. This 50-state problem has brought devastating consequences for individuals, families, regional economies, and the American healthcare system. Continue reading “Disc Golfers on the Front Line of the Heroin Epidemic”