The Disc Golf Foundation is dedicated to preserving the History of Disc Golf.
DGA used DGF support to establish the Ed Headrick Memorial Museum at the International Disc Golf Center in Appling, GA. Thousands of visitors to the IDGC have been delighted to see historical discs, photos and other artifacts from the genesis of the sport housed in this museum.
The Disc Golf Association also endowed a traveling disc golf history exhibit that premiered at the 2015 Pro World Disc Golf Championships in Pittsburgh, PA and has also exhibited at the Lemon Lake Flight Center in Crown Point, IN. The Traveling Museum was made possible thanks to the partnership of Farina Headrick, Lavonne Wolf, J Gary Dropcho and the PDGA.
Organizations interested in hosting this informative display should send a proposal to the Disc Golf Foundation.
Disc Golf Hall of Fame
The Disc Golf Hall of Fame in Appling, GA is also being supported through donations to the DGF.
The Culture Committee is currently working on evolving their program. The new program will consist of the following:
Virtual Tour and Resource Site
The Committee is looking for volunteers to help with gathering the history of the sport through interviews, research, donation and collection of artifacts, finding collectors to make special appearances, and working the DGF booth at various events. Contact us at info@DiscGolfFoundation.org to learn more and get involved!