If you’ve ever played traditional golf, something you may (or may not) have noticed is how clean the course is. In disc golf, garbage seems to find its way onto the course. While most disc golfers do their part to pick up trash during a round, garbage is still known to take over.

There’s nothing better than playing a course that looks as great as it plays. I help keep our courses looking their best by scheduling days where myself and a few others volunteer to head to a course with the single purpose to clean it up. If you’ve recently played a course that could use some tender loving care, let me know and we’ll add it to the list!