Click for larger picture in a new windowI want to tell you all about two cool new things I have been learning about lately. Disc Golf, and Lighted Disc Golf. Disc Golf is all about throwing discs that are like Frisbee discs on steroids, into baskets made of steel and chains. You play on a course with multiple baskets, much like a regular golf course. I didn't know much about it several months ago, but it turns out there are courses all over the place. There are several in Pinellas County, with at least two listed in Dunedin! That's right, there is one listed at St. Andrews Links Golf Course (18 holes), and another listed at Hammock Park (9 holes).
Lighted Disc Golf is the same as Disc Golf, but you attach tiny little LED lights to your discs, and insert LED basket lights in the baskets, and play IN THE DARK. Very cool. The man in the picture above is Daniel Schultz. He is the man behind Night Flight Disc Golf. He didn't invent Disc Golf, or the idea of playing in the dark, but he did come up with some really cool lights for your discs and baskets. Click here to visit his website. And if you are interested in checking it all out, this coming weekend, May 1 and 2, there will be a Disc Golf tournament as part of the Fun-N-Sun Festival at Northeast Coachman Park in Clearwater.
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If you would like to see more of this area, check out Clearwater Beach Daily Photo, and Clearwater Daily Photo. If you enjoy photography, check out my photography blog. Thanks for coming today, I hope you enjoyed your mini-vacation to Dunedin, Florida!