Frisbee instead of ball and metal basket instead of hole: Disc golf is almost a bit like golf in concept. Players try to get the disc into the metal basket with as few throws as possible.
Alone or in a group, you run through a course with 18 lanes at Tschuggen in Davos. From the drop point, you throw a Frisbee towards the basket. Wherever the disc lands, the next throw is played. The courses here on the Flüela Pass are between 24 and 140 metres long. Baskets one to nine are designed for beginners and children. From the tenth basket onwards, the level of difficulty increases.
Disc golf is a sport that can be learned quickly and practised with manageable effort. No wonder, this new trend sport is also very popular with families. A starter set of three discs is already available for 40 Swiss francs in specialist shops. In Davos, guests and locals can rent discs on site at the "Gasthaus Tschuggen" and the "Parsenn Sporthotel".
|Children from 6 years||CHF 2|
|Children up to 6 years||Free of charge|
|Family (2 adults, 2 children)||CHF 10|
|Group of 10 people||CHF 30|