Monday, February 26, 2018

Blanketing the country with Eric McCabe

Signature Disc Golf Courses

For more than two decades, professional disc golfer Eric McCabe’s passion was winning national tournaments. In that time he has earned almost 100 wins and was crowned the 2010 PDGA World Disc Golf Champion.

McCabe still relishes a good win, but his bigger joy is designing disc golf courses all across the country for others to enjoy. “It has been an honor to have someone like Dynamic Discs standing behind my name and us putting our names together, collaborating to help grow the sport.” McCabe said.

With the explosion of sport, McCabe is seeing a dramatic increase in demand for his services. He is having to work overtime to keep up. McCabe currently has several 18-hole courses under development and a large, 27-hole championship course in Michigan.

Dynamic Discs and Eric McCabe offer a turnkey design and installation services for clients.

McCabe’s years of experience play into developing a better course.

“As a touring professional for more than 20 years, I have played every type of course imaginable,” McCabe said. “Some good, some bad. As a professional I know what pros look for, so it gives me an ability to create a championship course.”

McCabe spends several weeks to conceptualize the courses, a process which involves visiting and walking the courses. Once his plans are approved by clients, he oversees the installation process.

“I have been a player for so many decades,” McCabe said. “I am really enjoying working with clients and turning their properties into amazing courses that people will get to enjoy for decades to come.”
Written by Chris Walker

This article originally appeared in our Chasin The Chains Magazine. For more articles like this go to ChasinTheChainsMagazine and subscribe to have it delivered.
3 comments:
  1. So I have a couple of parks in my area that would be perfect for discgolf courses. How do I go about getting them approved?

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  2. I'm going through the process right now in my town. I'd be happy to share my experience.

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    1. I'm interested as well

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