Disc Golf Club on par to stick around for years to come


Courtesy Caden Buller

Junior Carson Thomas prepares to throw his frisbee at Disc Golf Club.

Sarah Mayer, News Editor

As warmer temperatures approach and going outside becomes a little more bearable, the Disc Golf Club is providing a new opportunity for beginner frisbee enthusiasts and pros alike. 

The club began in early spring, advised by teacher Andrew Thorsby and led by junior Caden Buller. They hope to continue during the fall and the spring for years to come. 

“I started Disc Golf Club because at first, it was just a fun thing to do with my friends,” Buller said. “We wanted to open it up to everyone to have the opportunity to try a fun and easy sport.” 

The group meets right after school on Tuesdays and Fridays (weather abiding), Tuesdays at a smaller, more local course, called Lighthouse Christian Ministries, and on “Fun” Fridays at different places across West Michigan. All are welcome to join, no discs are needed.

For more information on how to join Disc Golf Club or details on where they will play next, contact Caden Buller at [email protected] or follow the club’s Instagram page, GH_DiscGolfClub.