The Paul McBeth Foundation will carry out our mission and vision by partnering with strong community leaders who can catch our vision for the opportunities and benefits disc golf can provide. We plan to walk alongside our partners from concept to installation and are committed to providing ongoing support to each of our project partners. To alleviate our partners' burden, fundraising efforts will cover all costs associated with the initial investment of installing a disc golf course. Our team has seen firsthand the positive impact that disc golf has on enhancing communities and empowering individuals. We want to see this happen worldwide.
Paul McBeth Foundation Answers the Call for More Disc Golf in Africa, Bringing the Sport to Kasama and Ndola, Zambia, with help from ZÜCA and the PDGA
This community has been underserved for centuries and we see this disc golf course becoming an encouragement that makes life more enjoyable for the Batwa community.
The City of Detroit has not had a completed permanent disc golf course within city limits and we’re working with Discraft and People for Palmer Park (PFPP) to change that.
These courses will feature beginner-friendly layouts that will enrich their respective tribal communities.
We will be installing an 18-hole course complete with teesigns, teepads, and a practice basket on the Complutense University campus.
Our second project in the United States was located in Camden, New Jersey, where we worked with the Salvation Army-owned Camden Kroc Center.
Project 2.4 brought us a few miles outside of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. This 18-hole course is located on the grounds of a non-profit organization called Rimpa Estates Wildlife Conservancy, and gives access to disc golf for over 4 million people in the city.
Project 2.3 was our first project in Africa, and Uganda presented us with another opportunity to install multiple courses.
The Managua project finds PMF installing two courses in and around Nicaragua’s capital city.
This Eastern European project offered the opportunity to install Montenegro’s first disc golf course.
We are committed to working with Hyde Park Disc Golf, Disc Golf Chicago, and Discmania to install a course in one city’s Southside parks.
The third Paul McBeth Foundation project brought two courses to a major city in a country that previously did not have a permanent disc golf course.
The second Paul McBeth Foundation project brought the first permanent 18-hole disc golf course to Guatemala, installed at the base of a volcano located in Santa Maria de Jesus.
The first Paul McBeth Foundation project was completed in May of 2021 in La Paz, Mexico.
We can't carry out our mission alone and are looking for partners both here in the United States and around the world. If you would like to work with the Paul McBeth Foundation to install a disc golf course in your community, please fill out the following form. Our team will review all project requests and one of our staff members will follow up with you about a potential partnership.
Donations of all sizes are what allows us to install courses without asking anything of our community partners. Your donation will help us share disc golf with more people around the world.
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