Looking For A Winter Project? Check Out Table Top Disc Golf


So, do you live where it’s cold and don’t get out to play as much as you’d like all winter, but still want to scratch your disc golf itch? Maybe you have some basic woodworking skills and free time while you’re snowed in, too. If these characteristics apply to you, then look no further than disc golfer Chris Beyer’s video explaining how he created his Table Top Disc Golf game.

Table Top Disc Golf Video

According to the video, Beyer spent less than $16 on all materials. Here his list of parts and tools:

  • 24″ x 48″ Peg Board (1/4″ holes)
  • 8′ 1×4 board
  • 4′ 1×2 board
  • 36″ 1″ dowel
  • 36″ 1/2″ dowel
  • 36″ 1/4″ dowel
  • 12″ pipe cleaners (optional)
  • Wood glue
  • Finishing nails
  • Spray paint and spray poly (optional)
  • Drill
  • 1-1/4″ forsner bit (not needed if using tone pole)
  • 1/4″ drill bit
  • Saw
  • Hammer
  • Medium and fine sandpaper

Stick around to the end to watch the game-play action and his re-creations of some notable holes at Nokia and Winthrop Gold. I’ll give exactly $2 to the first person who recreates Top of the World at DeLaveaga with the proper slope on their table top disc golf game. And, I’ll give a whole nickel to the first person to re-create all 18 holes of the Eureka temp course and play it with stroke-and-distance.

  1. Alex Colucci
    Alex Colucci

    Alex Colucci is the managing editor at Ultiworld Disc Golf. He is a disc golfer currently living in Northeast Ohio who teaches geography sometimes. Contact him at [email protected] with tips, news and questions, and follow him on Twitter.

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