Course Design and Utilization
We are always looking to build new courses and make sure all courses are being used to make an impact in the disc golf community.
Whether you are just starting to explore the idea, have committed to putting in a course, or you already have a course and would like help understanding how to use it for ministry, we would love to talk with you and help you in this process.
Why We Focus on Disc Golf
Disc Golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. It is estimated that there are now 2 million disc golfers who play regularly at 4700 courses around the world with 2000 tournaments held annually. Installing a disc golf course is a relatively inexpensive way to add to your facility, and having a course on your property provides countless opportunities to build bridges and relationships.
How Disc Golf can be Used for Ministry
We know from experience that a disc golf course provides a great platform for ministry in your community and beyond. A disc golf course can enhance your current ministries by providing a new and exciting activity for participants, but it can also provide new opportunities to reach your community. Having your own course will allow you to host events and programs for the local disc golf community, giving you the opportunity to share Christ with them.
Why Work with Eagles Wings
By partnering with us to install your course, not only will you get an experienced team to help you design and build your course, but you will also have access to coaching and assistance in utilizing your course for ministry. We are committed to seeing the Gospel shared through the sport of disc golf, and we have experience in running leagues, events, clinics, and incorporating disc golf into camp programs.
Eagles Wings course designer Steve Bowman is the first to use Prodigy T-1 baskets for a full disc golf course.
Eagles Wings builds courses in Zambia and Costa Rica.
“Steve and Eagle’s Wings came to our camp and helped us design our disc golf course. Having no experience myself, Steve’s expert knowledge and simple directions made installing the holes a breeze. We now offer 9 holes of disc golf for our summer campers and retreat guests; they all love it! We plan to install the back 9 of our course this spring to complete Steve’s 18 hole recommendation and begin hosting our very own tournaments and fundraisers.”