The Disc Golf League Association is an organization
that promotes Disc Golf for all levels of players.
growth and improvement of courses. We bring
leagues and clubs closer together to cooperatively
achieve greater things for the players and the
sport, while promoting a sustainable environment and
About League Play
We believe the league play format offers the best balance between the fun, casual game (where we all started) and the
more competitive side of the game. League play is the best environment for teaching strategies and techniques to up and coming players, and it grows a community of players united in playing better disc
golf. DGLA truly believes that league play has the best combination of competition, enjoyment and community that will help disc golf grow from a grassroots level.
Short Term Goals of the DGLA
-Grow league play in the state of Michigan
-Make it easier for league coordinators to administer a league by providing standards and instruction for
running a league.
-Spread the word about our partners that support the DGLA
Long Term Goals of the DGLA
-Grow disc golf league play in the USA and worldwide
-Work with local charities and non-profits to raise awareness on issues central to the mission of DGLA.
Scott White -
Scott started playing disc
golf after high school in the late 90s at Hudson Mills. He was exposed early on to a really great weekly league run by A3 disc. Eventually he started a club with some friends and called it Local 101 Disc Golf
Players Union. The largest accomplishment of this club was installing two new 18 hole disc golf courses at Independence Lake County Park. Scott currently runs a weekly glow league on Thursday
nights. He plays disc golf as much as his schedule permits along with a full time job in the auto industry. He is actively promoting and organizing for the Disc Golf League Association.