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September 11, 2015 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Playing nine holes of golf on a resort course is just far too main-stream for the adventure hounds at Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa in the New South Wales Snowy Mountains.

 

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The resort’s latest addition to its array of free activities, designed to motivate guests to enjoy the fresh air, nature and great outdoors is disc golf.

With a passionate following in more than 40 countries, the game is also known as frolf, folf, or frisbee golf.

Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa general manager Anthony Cleary said the new disc golf facilities will be offered in addition to the resort’s nine-hole golf course and offers a new dimension of free things for families to do when they visit the resort.

“Disc golf is something that the entire family can do together. I watch families having the biggest laugh as they play,” said Mr Cleary.

The object of the game is similar to golf; playing the course in the lowest number of disc throws possible and with the goal of landing the disc in a basket.

“There’s even different disc-types depending on your position on the course. Participants can choose between drivers, putters and mid-range discs – much as they would if they were playing golf.”

Playing nine holes of golf on a resort course is just far too main-stream for the adventure hounds at Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa in the New South Wales Snowy Mountains.

The resort’s latest addition to its array of free activities, designed to motivate guests to enjoy the fresh air, nature and great outdoors is disc golf.

With a passionate following in more than 40 countries, the game is also known as frolf, folf, or frisbee golf.

Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa general manager Anthony Cleary said the new disc golf facilities will be offered in addition to the resort’s nine-hole golf course and offers a new dimension of free things for families to do when they visit the resort.

“Disc golf is something that the entire family can do together. I watch families having the biggest laugh as they play,” said Mr Cleary.

The object of the game is similar to golf; playing the course in the lowest number of disc throws possible and with the goal of landing the disc in a basket.

“There’s even different disc-types depending on your position on the course. Participants can choose between drivers, putters and mid-range discs – much as they would if they were playing golf.”

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