Blue Ridge disc golf club


Welcome to the club in Central Virginia devoted to the promotion of the sport of disc golf!

Upcoming Events

Ice Bowl February February 7th, 2015

Mountain Jam October 3rd & 4th, 2015

BRDGC is a proud member of Local Motion--promoting a healthy lifestyle in our community.

Weekly Leagues

The Saturday League

Meets at 9:30am at alternating Disc Golf Courses.  The League meets at “The Nut” (AKA Walnut Creek Park) on odd Saturdays and at “The GC” (AKA Great Course--Greene County Community Park) on even Saturdays.

December 27th (The Nut)

January 3rd (The Nut)

January 10th (The GC)

January 17th (The Nut)

January 24th (The GC)

January 31st (The Nut)

Tuesday Night Doubles

Meet at the kiosk at Walnut Creek Park at 5:30pm.  Will resume in Spring after Daylight Savings begins.

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Membership in the club is only $20 a year.  Your membership helps support the maintenance and improvements to our courses and club events.  Your membership includes a Bag Tag, discounts from our Club Store, and announcements on our e-mail list.  Please consider joining and be a member of our great disc golf community.  Please contact our treasurer David Vance  to start your membership

Please look at the website link below run by our Virginia PDGA representative, John Biscoe for more details about the Virginia Tournaments and ODDS events at:



Link to 2014 ODDS Schedule at Spotsy Disc Golf

New website with Google Calendar with disc golf tournaments & clubs

Please Note:  Walnut Creek now has TWO baskets at every hole. There is now also improved tee pads with Blue Carpets on Pro Tees and Green Carpets on Am Tees.  Thanks to all the hard work and contributions of the club to make Walnut Creek the BEST course in Virginia !!!

Planning some new exciting projects for 2015:

  1. *Building NEW Course in City of Charlottesville at Meadowcreek Park

  1. *NEW signs, maps, and scorecards for Walnut Creek DGC

  1. *NEW signs, maps, and scorecards for Greene County DGC

Please come to help or offer your assistance to help us build the new 9-Hole Course for the City of Charlottesville (behind the English Inn), and to help us improve our existing courses.   We will post more information here for upcoming work days on the courses -- stay in touch with us at this website and with our social media on Facebook and NING.

UPDATE: Meadowcreek Park City Course.

Work continues on this new course that will offer two tee boxes and two baskets in all 9 holes.  We are working toward an official opening of the course in the Spring of 2015.  Look here for updates and work days in the course.

2015 BRAWL Season

Ice Bowl Returns!

Ice Bowl will be held on February 7, 2015, at Walnut Creek Park. Our goals for this event: to see the turnout be more than the 38 it was last year, and to exceed the nearly 400lbs of food and $800 we donated to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. Additionally, we’ll be chowing on some of the best chili ever. The Ice Bowl marks the beginning of the 2015 disc golf season in the area, so let’s make it a good one!

Update on 2014 Club Championship by Hawk:

For those of you who are interested, here is a brief rundown of how the Club Championship played out on December 13, 2014. The weather was beautiful, and we could not have wished for a better late autumn day to throw discs. After two preliminary matches for everybody, the Slinging Sixteen commenced flight shortly after noon. All but one of the top 8 seeds held serve in this round, leading to some compelling match ups in the round of eight:

Elevated Eight Matches:

Alden (1-seed) vs. Hawk (8-seed)Curtis (2) vs. Dave (7)

Evan (6) vs. Ed (14)Barry (4) vs. Leblanc (5)

Barry shot out to a big lead over Leblanc, but had to withstand a furious comeback by Jason to advance, while Evan took down Ed. Dave had to battle into overtime to beat Curtis, and Hawk did the same in a tight match against Alden, leaving Barry as the only top four seed to advance to the Flying Four.

Flying Four Matches:

Barry (4) vs. Hawk (8)

Evan (6) vs. Dave (7)

Barry and Hawk fought pretty evenly, with only three points won between the two of them the entire match, and in the end Hawk pushed through for a spot in the finals with a 2-1 victory. Meanwhile, Dave rallied after falling behind 0-3 after four holes, winning three in succession to even things, and secured his spot in the finals, 4-3, when Evan’s par putt on the last hole unkindly splashed out.

Championship Match:

Dave (7) vs. Hawk (8)

The start of this match (Hole 10) was nearly marred by a brawl between Dave supporters (Dave) and Hawk supporters (Evan), but order was quickly restored and it was game on. Hawk won the first point, Dave won the second, and it was all tied up going into Hole 14, where Dave won another point after a gamble on a long putt by Hawk. Dave then battled through bad drives on Holes 15 and 16 to save par, while Hawk could not take advantage, leaving the final match 2-1 in Dave’s favor with Holes 17 and 18 to play. Hawk needed to win at least one of the next two holes to force overtime, whereas losing any hole at this point would certainly lose him the tournament. Dave’s drive on Hole 17 was a bit long, out of easy birdie range, leaving the door slightly ajar, and Hawk took advantage by putting his Firebird to within three feet of the pin for a drop-in deuce, and the match was tied heading into the final hole.

To this point, Hawk had played 55 holes on the day and Dave had played 56, but both of them were looking at the prospect of more to come should Hole 18 end in a tie. Both wanted that championship though, and the trophy to go with it, and they were willing to play into darkness to get that done. However, as we all know from the immortal words of the immortal Connor MacLleod, “There can be only one,” and on this day, Hawk’s cuisine would reign supreme. Pulling his secret ingredient (G-Star Teebird) out of his bag, Hawk cooked up a sweet shot that skipped up to within three feet of the pin for another drop-in deuce, and now it was Dave’s turn to respond.  Dave’s response? Well, let’s just say it left the critics a bit wanting, and, in the end, Hawk was the one feasting on victory, savoring a championship, and drinking shots from the trophy, while Dave was left with the foul tastes of “what might have been” and “maybe next year”.

Until then, however, Dave can take solace in this thought: “Revenge is a dish best served cold…”

Final Standing, Top 8, with Match Records and Winnings (and one correction from what has been posted to FB)

1st – Hawk (5-1)$254 discs

2nd – Dave (4-2)$143 discs

3rd – Evan (3-2)$72 discs

4th – Barry (4-1)$61 disc

5th – Alden (3-1)1 disc

6th – Curtis (3-1)

7th – Leblanc (3-1)

8th – Ed (1-3)1 disc

Discs were given out: Four to first, three to second, two to third, one to fourth, one to the top seed of the bracket (Alden), one to the player with the biggest upset (Ed, 14-seed beating a 3-seed), one to the first player knocked out (Watts), and four to ring of fire winners (Mike M., Sward, Sebring, Peter L.). Thanks again for everybody who came and played and made this event happen. Cheers!