The W.R. Jackson Memorial Course and the Jim Warner Memorial Course at the International Disc Golf Center have been reopened for recreational play. The “Steady” Ed Headrick Memorial Course is currently being rehabilitated from damage and remains closed.
Even with this opening, there are several regulations in place for those who make the visit to the PDGA’s global headquarters:
- The clubhouse, pro shop, and Headrick Memorial Museum remain closed. This includes restrooms.
- Groups must remain at three players or fewer.
- Physical distancing of six feet or more must be maintained between players at all times.
Please help us by adhering to these guidelines so that we can continue to keep the facility open for play. We’ll also appreciate your patience, as one staff member is currently working to maintain all three courses at the facility. Your favorite holes may be a little rough around the edges, but we will do our best to have everything in top shape soon.
Please pay your greens fee to the honor box located near the bottom of the ramp at the front of the clubhouse. Greens fees will be cash-only until our pro shop opens again.
Thank you to everyone who has done, and continues to do, their part in being socially responsible for the greater good. We will post additional updates as more of the IDGC continues to become available to the public.
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