Saturday 8 April 2023, by
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Playing Disc Golf in a public space requires strict compliance with the Disc Golfer’s code of conduct.
- Play Smart: Never throw into a blind area or when players, spectators, pedestrians, or other facility users are within range. Use a spotter.
- Respect the Course: Observe all posted rules. No littering, grafitti, or abuse of equipment or flora.
- Represent the Sport: Be positive and responsible. Teach others.
On the Course at Parc Bourdon
Numerous park-goers express their dissatisfaction with the recent rise in the quantity of players utilizing the course, which subsequently leads to feelings of insecurity.
It is of utmost importance for us players to remain constantly attentive and considerate towards all individuals utilizing the park. They possess the right to use the area peacefully, just as we do.
- Avoid throwing a disc towards individuals who are walking or lounging on the lawns, unless they are properly protected from potential contact with the disc. If the number of people present is too great to inform and protect, or if you are playing alone on a hole where people are present, refrain from playing that particular hole.
- It is mandatory to send a spotter to inspect for the existence or absence of mobile park users at intersections where paths cross the fairway. Applies to holes 8, 9, 13, and 18.
- To ensure the safety of static park users, it is mandatory to assign a spotter to verify the presence or absence of individuals in areas of the fairway that are obscured by foliage or any other obstacles. Applies to holes 1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 13, 14, and 18.
- Please obtain prior authorization from the occupier before entering any private gardens/property. This also applies to the vegetable garden of the farm located next to holes 17 and 18.
- Players are expected to treat park users, local residents, and each other with kindness and consideration, and to approach all interactions with a calm and positive attitude.
- The club collaborates with the park landlord and local authorities to ensure that the course maintenance preserves its nationally and internationally recognized level of challenge. Do not cut any branches and do not damage any flora.
Strict adherence to these rules is essential for the continuity of our activity.
Please notify Jean-Louis Tanghe immediately in the event of any incident or accident at Parc Bourdon (by phone, email, or from our Contact page).