Disc golf is a popular sport using a flying disc, derived from classic golf. Like in golf, the aim of the game is to complete each section with the lowest number of shots – or throws. The disc is thrown from a “tee” towards the target (hole). The hole usually consists of a steel basket. The average distance between holes is usually 50-120 m, and can be covered in three throws. After the first throw the player throws from the place where the disc landed and then continues until the target is hit. The course is generally designed to include obstacles such as trees, bushes and sometimes water features, enabling players to test their skill with short and long throws and left and right spin. The winner is whoever completes the whole course with the fewest throws.
In Špindlerův Mlýn there is a disc-golf course at the bottom of the red and black ski slopes in the Svatý Petr Ski Resort. The course has nine baskets and is open when the Špindlerův Mlýn Ski Resort is open for the summer season, from the middle of May to the end of October. The course is open every day from 9:00 to 18:00. Permission from the operator of Skol Max Ski School is required to enter the course.


Info SKOL MAX Ski School, a.s.
Tel.: +420 499 433 407