WATCH: New sporting code heading to the Fraser Coast

THE Fraser Coast could be inline to get a taste of new sporting code that’s growing at a rapid rate across the world.

The Fraser Coast could be getting its own disk golf course. PHOTO: Facebook / Fraser Coast Regional Council.

The Fraser Coast Regional Council shared a photo and caption on Facebook yesterday suggesting the area could be getting a disk golf course.

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A Council Sport and Recreation Officer and a disk golf course designer inspected the Tinana Recreation Reserve as a possible site.

Disk golf is played in more than 40 countries across the world – including here in Australia and is described as being a low-cost sport that’s suitable for all ages.

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The concept is similar to normal golf but instead of hitting a ball into a hole, players throw a frisbee towards a target – usually a metal / chain basket.

Council urged communities to keep an eye out for updates regarding when the sport would be available locally.

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The Facebook post was well received by a number of users who said they would support the initiative and take their children to play once the course was up and running.

Would you give disk golf a shot? Let us know in the comments section below.

For more information on the sport, click here or watch the video below.

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