Downtown GR to transform into disc golf course for Urban Disco Tournament

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Downtown Grand Rapids will transform into a playground for disc golf players during as they complete for a good cause at the Urban Disco Tournament on Saturday.

Teams will compete in a 18-hole disc golf competition spread throughout downtown Grand Rapids, taking over the streets, buildings and beyond.

The course will start at Heartside Park, taking players down Ionia, through the alley, on to the rooftop of Lambert, Edwards & Associates, down Fulton towards Van Andel Arena, back through Heartside Park, and end at the Downtown Market.

All funds will go towards Heart of West Michigan United Way.

Warm up starts at 8 a.m. with flight times starting at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Registration cost $250 per five person team. Each player will leave with a swag bag, plus there is a grand prize for the team that gets first place in the tournament. Register before Friday, May 18 at 11:59 p.m. to get half price on registration fees.

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  • Steve Hedstrom

    Urban DISCO is not the only event to disc golf in downtown Grand Rapids this year. Disc Downtown Grand Rapids returns on Sunday 7/29/18 to bang chains on the west side of GR! Fox17 covered the Inaugural Tournament last November and we’re looking forward to having you back again. Registration is open and more info online on DiscGolfScene:

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