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May 02, 2019

UDisc released a list of the top ten disc golf cities in the US and Lewiston / Auburn was ranked at number 1, which includes Sabattus Disc Golf. As a pay to play disc golf course and pro shop sitting on 100 acres of Sabattus farmland, we are honored to be part of this list.

The PDGA put together this small video showcasing the the winning area, featuring footage of our 3-18 hole courses. 

You can read more about the top ton compilation over at UDisc's blog.




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