If you are new to the world of disc golf, you may be wondering what the players of this exciting sport are called. Fortunately, the answer is simple: disc golf players are called disc golfers or discgolfistas.
Unlike traditional golf, where the players are called golfers, disc golf is a different sport with its own name for the players. There are disc golfers of all ages and levels, men or women, boys or girls, young or old.
Disc golfers compete in local, national, and even international tournaments. The Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) is the governing organization of the sport. The PDGA establishes rules and regulations for tournaments, as well as rankings and scores for players.
Although there are professional disc golfers who make money playing tournaments, most people play for fun and as a way to spend time outdoors. Disc golf is an activity accessible to almost anyone, since the costs to start are low and you can play on public courses for free.
There are a wide variety of players who compete at different levels, but they all share a passion for the game and the thrill of throwing frisbees on a disc golf course.
If you haven't tried it yet, give disc golf a try and become a disc golfer yourself!