Menomonie DG Community CARE Program.  Brought to you by volunteers for quality recreation

Courses:  Construct quality facilities geared toward various skill levels and age groups, complete with practice areas.

Awareness:  Inform the community about the great sport through promotions, activities, and competitions.

Resources:  Provide access to free and purchasable sporting equipment and learning tools.

Education:  Introduce new players with school programs, clinics, instructional DVDs, and online links.

Our volunteer base is continually upgrading the area courses and can use help, donations ($, materials, or service), and volunteers/community service.   Please contact us if you are interested.

General help:  Artists, graphic designers, webdesigners, photography/videography, marketing assistance, etc.  New tee signs, course maps, logos, and website graphics.  Photography for websites, video production for youtube and other websites. 

Everyone:  Post course walkthrough photos on dgcoursereview and videos on youtube.  If you want us to find the videos for use on our websites, make sure to tag them "Menomonie Disc Golf" and then inform us through the contact form on this website.  Pick up branches, rocks, etc. on courses that will interfere with mowing.

Earth Day:  Every year we take part in Earth Day activities at our courses.  Check out our event page for this year's details.

Brickyard:  Major brushing and tee pad area improvements were completed Summer 2010. 

Adopt-A-Hole: An individual or group adopts one or multiple holes to take care of by picking up garbage, branches, and beautifying with landscape materials, flowers, plants, etc.

Menomonie Middle School:  A $4,000 Grant from the Community Foundation of Dunn County to upgrade the Middle School course with new tee signs, cement tees, and brush control.  Lifetime sponsorships are now available.  Send us a request for more information.

Lambs Creek Disc Golf Course:  Further hillside terracing, landscaping, tee pad upgrades, vegetation control, and Putting course upgrades are scheduled for summer 2012.

Wakanda Park:  Funds are being raised for a new set of alternate pin position anchors.