Short Term Trips

 

Upcoming Trips

 

Brazil 2021 – August 22nd through September 1st – While in Atibaia the team will design and install a 9-hole disc golf course to add to the ministry facility there.  In addition to designing the course, the team will participate in training the staff and teaching clinics. Our goal with this trip is to provide the missionaries there with an additional tool for ministry.  We believe that disc golf will be a great addition to the ministry already taking place. Read more and how to apply for this trip here.

 

Previous Trips

Read more about the trips here: Past Trip Updates

Costa Rica 2020 – Eagles Wings visited the Push the Rock missionaries to provide additional training and teaching to the staff and community. While in San Jose, the team spent time teaching clinics at local schools, at the course, and more. They also took additional equipment to leave with the missionaries so they can use it as a means to serve the community.

Zambia 2020 – Eagles Wings visited Macha once again to teach the locals how to build a PDGA-approved basket. 5 baskets were built during the trip and put on the course for the 2020 Zambia Open and the remaining 13 baskets were built by locals and added to the course after our departure.

Costa Rica 2019 – Eagles Wings visited the local Push the Rock missionaries in Costa Rica once again and built another 9 hole disc golf course at a local park and continued teaching disc golf to the local missionaries and kids.

Zambia 2019 – Eagles Wings visited Macha again to extend their 9 hole course to become 18 holes. They also hosted the Zambia Open, which was the first PDGA event in Zambia.

Costa Rica 2017 – Eagles Wings visited the local Push the Rock missionaries in Costa Rica in 2017. They built a 9 hole disc golf course at a local park and began teaching disc golf to the local missionaries and kids.

Zambia 2016 – Eagles Wings visited a local Push the Rock missionary in Macha, Zambia in 2016. This was the first trip for Eagles Wings Disc Golf and was a tremendous success. A 9 hole course was built near the complex already in use by Push the Rock.