Adding a new course to UDisc's Course Directory can be done at or in the app by going to More -> Add New Course. Note that if the course is already in UDisc's directory but is missing a layout (i.e. Gold Tees, Long Baskets, etc.), you need to submit a new layout instead of a new course. This article explains the process of adding a new layout. 

Adding a new course requires providing a variety of information about the course. The process to add a course is broken up into five sections:

1. General

Give 'em the basics! 

What is the Course named? Where is it located? This is where you have free space to write a Headline and a Description; jot down the first thing you want players to know about the course. (Pro Tip: This is your chance to talk up your course! Take a minute and tell us what makes your course stand out!)

2. Availability

The people want to know when they can expect to play your course! 

Does your course have dedicated and/or permanently installed disc golf targets? We're talking about baskets, tone poles, or other targets specifically installed for disc golf. Or do you have a BYOB* situation going on?

Maybe the course is a work in progress; here is where you can let them know it's still Under Construction. And finally, indicate if the course is currently available to play, when it's normally available, and if there are any restrictions to these selections. 

 *(BYOB = Bring your own baskets) 

3. Access

Is any old NoodleArm allowed to play here or are there some pre-requisites?

Indicating who can play the course is going to help determine how this course shows within the Course Directory. Marking Everyone with no availability restrictions will make the course visible on the Course Directory map. A Limited Access selection will highlight any restrictions on the Courses tab. And Invite Only courses will be hidden on the course map and searchable by complete course name if you choose to hide location.

This section provides the opportunity to indicate any costs associated with playing and/or parking. Also available is a space to provide contact information if your course criteria requires prior notice before playing.

Once you've indicated who can access the course, tell us how accessible it is! Will those players that use a wheelchair be able to navigate your course? How about people who use canes or have limited mobility? Learn more about what a wheelchair accessible course looks like here.

*To list a course as "Public" it must have at least 3 permanently installed disc golf targets.

4. Details

Alright, give us all the deets! What will we see when we get to your course?!

Specify the number of tees and targets available. The handy-dandy form will then generate the number of holes that your course offers. (Pro Tip: The number of holes will reflect the actual number of available targets; a course with 9 targets each with 2 tee pads is a 9-hole course.) Once your course has been approved, you will then have the option to create layouts that can play any number of holes! Make sure to list the types of tees (concrete, dirt, turf, etc.) and targets (Mach VII, ChainStar, etc.). If you have an object course, this is where you'll be able to indicate what those objects are as well.

The more detail you can add to your course submission, the better. When people search for courses to play they can do so by filtering what a course offers. Here is your chance to indicate whether the course is dog-friendly, cart-friendly, stroller friendly, or has water and bathrooms available.

Is there anything on the property besides the disc golf course? Use this area to outline any other uses the area might support.

5. Review

You've made it; that orange Submit button is calling your name!

This is it! Double-check your work, make sure everything is looking as it should, and send it! 

Approvals can take 24-48 hours, though we always try to get to them sooner whenever possible. For your best chance of approval, check out this dedicated article on things likely to be rejected. Once your new course has been approved, don't forget to apply to be a Course Ambassador at

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