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Own a Piece of the IDGC

Support the Restoration of the PDGA’s International Disc Golf Center 

Friday, April 5, 2024 - 13:59

Due to an infestation of the southern pine beetle, the International Disc Golf Center (IDGC) has seen significant clearing of the pine trees on the property, resulting in a new future for disc golf in Appling, Georgia.  

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A total of 129 acres in Wildwood Park were impacted, including about 30 acres of the IDGC property. Specifically, a large portion of both the W.R. Jackson and Jim Warner Memorial Courses were lost. Soon, we will work with acclaimed course designers to develop at least two championship-level courses and a shorter, beginner-friendly track. The clean-up and construction efforts for new courses will be extensive.  

This is where you come in.  

To support the project, we are auctioning off some of the IDGC's most iconic equipment, including the targets that caught the throws of some of the world's top athletes during the 2022 and 2023 PDGA Champions Cup, a PDGA Major.  


Check out the IDGC Memorabilia Auction!

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  • The winning bidder for each item will be responsible for shipping costs 
  • The PDGA will communicate directly with winning bidders to finalize shipping and handling details 
  • The auction will conclude at 6 p.m. ET on May 5
  • Payment in full must be made by 5 p.m. ET on May 17 (10 business days from close of auction) 

Donations to support the redesign and restoration of the IDGC courses will also be accepted. You can find the donation button at the top of our main auction page

For questions, contact the International Disc Golf Center.


if you sell off all the baskets you just have to buy all new baskets later? Where is the cost benefit of this? ALso, will you be selling the Steady Ed course t-signs?

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