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EDGA Presents: #RespectHerGame

This year, the Edmonton Disc Golf Association is proud to establish our first ever Women’s League, starting April 14th, 2021.

EDGA president Tim Plamondon and avid disc golfer and #RespectHerGame advocate Jo Henderson, got together recently to play a casual round and discuss women in disc golf, EDGA’s new Women’s League and the #RespectHerGame movement.

Check the video below! (Also like and subscribe because that’s what we’re supposed to ask you to do!)

For more information on the Women’s League, visit our Women’s League page on the site or email EDGAWomen@gmail.com

COVID-19 Update (2020-05-22)

Hello all,

While our 2020 season remains on hold, there is some good news: Edmonton has re-opened its disc golf courses. The city has issued a list of requirements and guidelines to help keep us, and our loved ones, safe. Please follow these as, if the city sees unsafe behavior, it is possible they could close the courses again.


In all re-opened spaces, users must follow public health guidelines including:

  • Maintaining 2 metre physical distance
  • Gathering in groups of 50 people or fewer
  • Only sharing common equipment with members of the same family or cohort
  • Staying home if you feel sick
  • Bringing your own hand sanitizer
  • Washing and sanitizing your hands before and after using these areas

Some new guidelines will be in place:

  • Users should use local playgrounds in their neighbourhoods and sanitize their hands before and after use.
  • Equipment should only be shared by members of the same household or their family cohort. (Editor’s note: it’s best not to touch
    others’ discs, even when clearing the basket.)


Hello all,

The 2020 EDGA season is on hold for now. We’re hoping to run some events late summer or early fall and we’ll have more details as the situation evolves.

Both Edmonton courses are closed temporarily as per the City of Edmonton’s order and we don’t have a projected date for reopening. EDGA recommends that people do not play.

2019 memberships have been extended and are valid through 2020.

Stay healthy. We hope to see you on the course as soon as it’s safe to do so.

City announces additional sport fields and court closures

April 27, 2020

Effective immediately, tennis courts, pickleball courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, disc golf and premier sports fields are closed. This is to ensure the health and safety of Edmontonians and to meet provincial orders around physical distancing. Park spaces like baseball diamonds and soccer fields will be open to the public for casual use only starting May 1, weather permitting.

Users of baseball and soccer amenities must continue to adhere to two metre physical distancing rules, ensure gatherings are kept to 15 people or fewer, and avoid or limit touching commonly touched surfaces like sporting equipment or stationary field objects. We understand the benefits of outdoor activity, and we want to help keep everyone safe. Please keep your physical distance and interact safely with others when outdoors.

For more information:

The Hills are Alive…

…with disc golf!

This weekly social meet up is for new and experienced players alike, with an emphasis on the social side of play in a non-competitive welcoming environment. There will be 18 holes of singles followed by 9 holes of doubles for about 2 hours of play each week.
Costs are $5/week with no membership or minimum weeks: play once or every week. Equipment is available for loan available at no charge for those who would like to give it a try. Please comment on Facebook if you have any questions.

Place: The Hills at Charlesworth Disc Golf Course (North of Ellerslie Rd between 50 St SW & 34 St SW)
Date: Every Tuesday, starting April 30th, 2019
Registration: 6:15pm
Tee-off: 6:30pm
Cost: $5/week; no membership required


Support your sport by wearing a stylish shirt with pride! Order from Wally at cnddiscsport@gmail.com or 780-237-4866. Contact for sizes.

Hoodie – $50

Available in: black, royal blue, navy blue, and heather grey.



Polo – $33

Available in: black, royal blue, and navy blue.



Petition for a new course

We’ve started a petition for a new course and would appreciate your help. Disc golf is growing in Edmonton because it’s a fun, healthy, and inexpensive activity. Rundle Park, the only 18 basket course in Edmonton, is overcrowded due to its popularity. We want to address this by working with the City of Edmonton and surrounding municipalities to construct additional courses.

If you’d like to see more course, please sign.

EDGA 2018

Memorial Cup Tournament

The Memorial Cup Tournament will he held on Saturday, September 29th at Rundle Park.

  • Registration is at 9:30am and kick-off is at 10am.
  • Free for EDGA members
  • 2 rounds
  • Lunch is provided

Strathcona Wilderness Centre

We just got word from Bjorn that the baskets have been erected and that the Strathcona Wilderness Centre disc golf course is open for usage. Its a challenging but beautiful 9 holes of golf.

You can learn more about the course and how to get there by visiting their website.