Disc golf equipment installation begins with a check list of part and materials. The more complicated the equipment installation the more detailed your check list could be. The following is a small sample of some of the things you may want to include on a installation check list for course installations.
Typical Disc Golf Course Construction installation Check List
- Complete and submit any permits if necessary for clearing or construction.
- Excavation, digging or boring into soil should be performed only after verifying that any utilities have been located and marked by a competent person.
- Completed course map identifying tees, baskets. Provide key and illustrations showing showing proposed paths, clearing, existing/proposed utilities.
- Identify key access points for vehicles.
- Contact list of volunteers or workers.
- If necessary, have all volunteers fill out ‘waiver of liability’ forms prior to work.
Disc Golf Equipment:
- Make sure that you have all Disc Golf equipment prior to installation.
- Disc Pole Holes: (Basket, Chain Holder, Pole, Anchor and Collar, bolts washers, nuts, decals, number plates, locks, etc
- Alternate pin anchors
- Tee signs (Frames, Poles, nuts and bolts).
- Tee pad (cement, forms and cement tools, non-cement tee pads, etc).
- Markers (Distance markers, path markers, tee markers, etc).
- Clearing tools (Chainsaws, chippers, handsaws, clippers, etc).
- Large cement orders (Cement truck).
- Tree and stump removals.
- Large tree pruning.
- Debris hauling.
- Grading work.