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DannyThunders 01-27-2013 10:34 AM

Best disc golf college
 
Out of curiosity which college might be the best for a disc golfer? Make sure to consider courses either on the campus or around the school, and stores with discs nearby.

KatanaFrenzy 01-27-2013 11:15 AM

USC

University of South Carolina.

They dominate intramural leagues....

Cgkdisc 01-27-2013 11:16 AM

Winthrop perhaps or Augusta State?

mx23ang 01-27-2013 11:30 AM

Augusta St usually has a very solid team for Nationals every year, and they are usually in the top 10 nationwide but NCSU is the school that needs some avid disc golfers!! I am a senior in my last semester so after this year there will be a spot opened up on the A team with plenty of spots on the B team.. Didnt know DGCR could be used for recruiting haha:clap:

BogeyNoMore 01-27-2013 11:31 AM

^^ Winthrop has to be in the conversation - beautiful course with two layouts right on campus. Plus Boyd Hill's within walking distance (1 mile), Elon Park (Eager/Angry Beaver) is a 30 min drive, and many of Charlotte's great courses are within an easy drive.


University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) isn't bad if you have a car...plenty of good/great coure within a 30 minute drive (not a shabbby educational institution, either). I suppose it all comes down to transportation.

jcarroll 01-27-2013 12:05 PM

Alabama, Oregon, and Colorado St are three schools that play really well in the NCDGC. As a midwest school, our team traveled to Ottumwa, IA for a qualifier and played the campus course at Indian Hills Community College. Nice course!

g2avity 01-27-2013 12:21 PM

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Originally Posted by jcarroll (Post 1813030)
Alabama, Oregon, and Colorado St are three schools that play really well in the NCDGC. As a midwest school, our team traveled to Ottumwa, IA for a qualifier and played the campus course at Indian Hills Community College. Nice course!

Indian Hills is awesome! Another great college course in the Midwest is Crown College in St Bonifacius, MN. Not sure about the school but the course is solid.

brettricewku 01-27-2013 12:53 PM

WKU is solid for number of courses, 8 within 5 miles of campus and holler in the hills is just 15 minutes away. We havent been competitive yet in events. More info can be found at ncdgc.com

theeterrbear 01-27-2013 01:02 PM

The Hocking College course in Nelsonville, OH (about 15 minutes away from OU) is a solid course. Lots of good elevation and risk and nothing unfair.

New013 01-27-2013 01:23 PM

well if you're going by the schools level of play from its team here's the rankings.


1 COLORADO STATE
2 SOUTH ALABAMA
3 PURDUE
4 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY-MONTEREY BAY
5 CLEMSON
6 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE
7 SOUTH CAROLINA
8 WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT
9 NORTH CAROLINA STATE
10 TEXAS STATE
11 GEORGIA
12 TENNESSEE TECH
13 MISSISSIPPI STATE
14 IOWA STATE
15 MURRAY STATE
16 GEORGIA TECH
17 OREGON
18 APPALACHIAN STATE
19 AUGUSTA STATE
20 ARKANSAS
21 KANSAS
22 HUMBOLDT STATE
23 EAST TENNESSEE STATE
24 INDIAN HILLS CC
25 ALABAMA


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