Rejoice, disc golf lovers.
The Frog Rock Disc Golf Course at Austell's Louise Suggs Memorial Park is complete. And officials will gather at 2 p.m. May 21 for the course's ribbon-cutting ceremony, according to the city's Facebook page.
Disc golf is played like traditional golf, according to the Professional Disc Golf Association. Instead of balls and clubs, players use flying discs, or Frisbees. And instead of holes, the discs go into elevated baskets.
Cobb’s Oregon Park in Marietta is the only public park with a disc golf course. Frog Rock will be the second public disc golf course in Cobb County.
Across Georgia, there are 57 disc golf courses, according to the Professional Disc Golf Association website.
The 9-hole Frog Rock Disc Golf Course will be available for public use seven days a week during open park hours. It will accomodate everyone from beginners to advanced level players.