Have you ever wondered what over a quarter of a million discs in one place looks like? Would you like to see it in person?
While sitting around talking, we realized that all of us remembered the first time that we took a tour of disc golf manufacturer and how amazed we were by the stacks and stacks of shiny new plastic. We want to share that feeling.
Come see our shelves. Come stamp a disc. Come hear our story. We love where we work and want to invite you to come see why.
Booking your stay at the Country Club Estate is a must for any disc golfer visiting Emporia. Disc golf guests can expect some special treatment from Jeremy Rusco, owner of Dynamic Discs by staying in this house. This is a beautiful home with thoughtful touches in the perfect location for disc golfers.
Located right across the street from the Emporia Country Club and a couple of blocks from Hammond Park, you are within walking distance from two of the great courses Emporia has to offer. The two courses at Jones Park are just a two-minute drive from the house. Peter Pan Park is just seven minutes away so you are located at the center of everything in this location. Flint Hills Tech College, New Life Christian Church, Emporia RV Park, & the Emporia Middle School courses are also right in the area. You can play a different course every day for over a week!
This beautiful property is one of the few houses in Emporia that is specifically set up to be an Airbnb property so you don't have to worry about someone else moving out for your stay. Jeremy & Dynamic Discs are committed to providing you with the best experience possible and know that you will enjoy your stay. The house only has ONE BATHROOM currently so keep this in mind.
Die-hard disc golf fans have probably scouted out courses near their annual family reunion, or maybe you’ve intentionally taken a long weekend to go play a new course a few hours from your home. But have any of you ever taken a vacation to a destination over 600 miles away just to play disc golf?
Jeremy Rusco recently met a fun couple, David and Christina, at the weekly Dynamic Discs bag tag match, and learned that they had traveled from Illinois just to check out the golf in Emporia. Our Midwest hub of disc golf is far more popular than many people might realize, as David and Christina told us a little bit about their visit and the courses they played.
From our downtown store, there are 4 courses within 2 miles. Not only are these courses close, they are all excellently designed and maintained. Whether you take the challenges on at the Jones Park courses, go for the birdies at Peter Pan, or choose to attack the monster at the Emporia Country Club, you will have a fantastic time playing in our backyard.
Beautiful, long, and lots of OB. Welcome to the Emporia Country Club where par is a good score on most holes. You must have distance and accuracy out here if you wish to score well. If you are missing either, high scores await. With one of the toughest finishes in disc golf, no matter how well you have done on holes 1-15, you will still have to navigate two par 5's and an island green on your last 3 holes. Save your best until the end or your score will not make it out alive.
If you are traveling to play the weekend, we suggest that you call and confirm with the Emporia Country Club to ensure that the course is not closed for tournament play.
You must sign in at the Pro Shop or Mixed Bar and Grille. You may also rent a golf cart at regular 9 hole rates for an 18 hole round of disc golf.
Disc golf greens fees will be $10.00 and a cart rental will be $16.00. Both of these costs will include taxes.
Dress Code Policy:
Look nice! Collared shirts and golf shorts are preferred but a non-collared performance shirt is more than acceptable. Shoes must be soft spikes or flat soled. Swimwear, high heels, halter tops, tube tops, soccer shoes, western boots, mid-rift tops, tank tops, spaghetti strap tops, and undershirts alone are all improper attire and will not be allowed at the Emporia Country Club.
What do you get when you combine Jones East and Jones West? Jones Gold! Nearly 11,000 ft long with a par of 70, this is the longest, toughest course in Emporia. If you are looking for a challenge, Jones Gold should be your first choice.
With this being a safari course that crosses multiple existing holes, please be cautious of other people in the park.
Emporia's toughest park style course. Expertly maintained by the Emporia Parks and Rec department, this park is so pretty you might not see the danger. With a stretch of 6 out of 7 holes in the middle being a par 4, your score can explode if you aren't paying attention.
On the same property as the East course but toned down a bit. A great course for challenging all golfers without making someone want to give up the game because of the difficulty; several water holes, elevation changes, well placed disc eating cypress trees and the incredibly tricky hole 18 waiting for you at the end.
The shortest of our tournament courses. Peter Pan is the place in town where you can get the most birdies. A fun course set in a wonderful park with a few water holes, an amphitheater, and the famous monkey island to challenge you along the way.
A fantastic course for warm up or if you are in a hurry. FHTC is very easy to navigate and has some tricky greens as well as some ace runs. A fun course to hit with your friends or to sharpen your game.
When you want your fun course to be a bit more difficult. Played on the same baskets as the short course and all but one of the same tees, this course is sure to be more challenging. You could even play this layout with someone in your group playing the regular course at the same time.
Hole 1 - 1 tee to 9 basket
Hole 2 - 2 tee to 7 basket
Hole 3 - 3 regular
Hole 4 - 4 regular
Hole 5 - 5 regular
Hole 6 - 6 tee to 3 basket
Hole 7 - 7 regular
Hole 8 - 8 use long tee next to building by 8 basket area (NE of basket) to 8 basket
Hole 9 - 9 tee to 1 basket
Corner of W 18th Ave and Merchant St Emporia, KS 66801
Hammond Park is the newest course in Emporia. In contrast to the long, challenging Emporia Country Club course across the street, Hammond is a 9-hole beginner-friendly course with an average hole length of around 240 feet. There are plenty of large trees to provide shade and a bit of a challenge, but lots of birdies to be found. Hammond is great for a quick practice round after work or as training grounds for someone just starting out and looking to improve!
CALL ahead of time to make sure the disc golf course is open.
This is the location of the YouTube famous “Wind Putt”. A beautiful golf course is the setting for this long and open course. The wind always seems to be stronger just outside of town at the “Muni” and the wind is almost always blowing in town. Bring your stable discs and remain focused for all 18 holes. This course will challenge your mental game like no other.
The newest addition to the list of championship level disc golf courses in central Kansas. The Eagle will challenge all levels of player. Long holes, technical holes, several shots over water, OB galore, and the wind whipping off of the water. Bring your “A” game down south of town and you will return with a smile for the experience of this great course.