Our Mission is to promote disc sports: Ultimate, Freestyle, and Disc Golf, as well as any other sports that involve flying discs. Players of all ages and abilities are encouraged to join us in fun and rewarding sports. (We are one of the most active disc golf organizations in the country). Our tournaments are aimed towards getting new players involved, and we always stress having a good time more than the competition.
The Minnesota Frisbee Association (MFA) is the oldest statewide disc club. Founded in 1975, one of our early movers and shakers was the former PDGA Commissioner, Jim Challas. Now entering its 25th year, our "Floater" is the longest continuously published club newsletter. Minnesota was home to the first serious commercial threat to the DGA polehole. These "saucer" baskets were invented by Ken Krengel in 1978. The saucer is a sealed hollow plastic or metal cone that looks like a toy top on steroids. Imagine this cone in place of the chain assembly and you have a saucer basket. Putting into a saucer is like trying to putt into an oversized mail slot. Moir Park and Hansen Park are the only metro courses with saucer baskets. All but a couple of the saucers at Hansen have been replaced with some of the old baskets from C.P. Adams.
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