What could possibly be better than an entire day of playing disc golf? How about playing with your friends while also telling some well-timed disc golf jokes?
Here I’ve put together the best list of disc golf jokes and puns for you to share with others. Check below to find some great disc golf humor and disc golf memes that work perfectly when you’re out on the course!
One-Liner Disc Golf Jokes
- Isn’t it funny that the goal of disc golf is to play the least amount of disc golf?
- Yo mama so fat she sat on an Aviar and invented the Boss.
- Destroyer? I hardly know her.
- The disc hits a tree limb and stops: Somebody call the branch manager!
- Did you hear they are making a new disc… It’s called “The Leppar.”
- It makes the limbs fall off any tree it hits.
- I don’t always sink 50-foot putts. But when I do, they’re for double bogey.
- Do you want to hear a joke? My putting…
- Why did the disc golfer wear two pairs of pants?
- In case he got a hole in one.
Disc Golf Puns
- I got a favorable kick off of a tree so of course, I had to praise Treesus.
- Nice fairway kick! That was some favorable treejectery.
- Did you see that treedirection of your disc?
- Instead of getting a star frame when everyone birdies, a par frame is for the entire card getting a par on the hole.
- If you and your friends all get a par on the same hole, it’s called a par-tay.
- Every time the disc hits a tree you got, tree-nied.
Jokes To Tell Your Friends On The Course
- During A Bad Shot – “GO IN!”
- After Missing A Short Putt – “Nice layup” or “nice up.”
- On Any Short Throw – “I got eyes on it.”
- When They Flip Their Disc On Accident – “Baby Come Back.”
- If They Throw The Disc Directly Into The Ground – “SKIP IN!”
- When They Throw It Into The Woods – “Are you going to a board meeting? …with the branch manager?”
- If The Disc Is Throw Directly Into A Tree – “Nailed it!”
- When You Hit A Tree – “Hey, there’s a tree there.”
Longer Disc Golf Jokes
A man playing a round by himself on Thanksgiving Day at a local course and soon caught up with a twosome and joined them. After a few holes, the twosome finally asked why he was playing by himself on the holiday.
He replied that he & his wife had played the course every Thanksgiving – for the past 5 years – but this year she had passed away and he maintained he’d keep playing in her memory. The twosome commented that they thought certainly someone would accompany him.
“So did I,” he said, “but they all wanted to go to her funeral.”
The One Tree
A young man who was also an avid disc golfer found himself with a few hours to spare one afternoon. Just as he was about to drive off the first tee an old gentleman shuffled up and asked if he could accompany the young man as he was golfing alone.
Not being able to say no, he allowed the old gent to join him. To his surprise, the old man played fairly quickly. He didn’t throw with much distance but was accurate and plodded along consistently and didn’t waste much time.
Finally, they reached the 9th fairway and the young man found himself with a tough shot. There was a large cedar tree right in front of his disc a few yards – and directly between his disc and the basket. After several minutes of debating how to make the shot the old man finally said, “You know, when I was your age I’d throw the disc right over that tree.”
With that challenge placed before him, the youngster threw hard, the disc went up high, right smack into the top of the tree and it dropped back on the ground still blocked by the tree! The old man offered one more comment, “Of course, when I was your age that tree was only three feet tall.”
The Lost Roc
One fine day, Bob and Jim are out on the disc golf course playing a round. Bob turns his disc over badly and it lands deep into a wooded ravine.
He grabs his Innova Roc and proceeds down the embankment into the ravine in search of his disc. The brush is quite thick, but Bob searches until suddenly he spots something red.
As he gets closer, he realizes that the red object is in fact a worn Roc in the hands of a skeleton lying in the brush. Bob excitedly calls out to his golfing partner: “Hey Jim, come here; I’ve got some trouble down here.”
Jim comes running over to the edge of the ravine and calls out: “What’s the matter, Bob? Is everything OK?” Bob shouts back in a nervous voice: “You’d better throw me my Orc, it doesn’t look like I’ll get out of here with my Roc!”
Playing With A Friend
Steve got home from his Sunday round of disc golf later than normal and very tired. “Bad day at the course?” his wife asked.
“Everything was going fine,” he said. “Then Mike had a heart attack and died on the 10th tee.”
“Oh, that’s awful!” His wife replied.
“Tell me about it. For the whole back nine, it was take a shot, drag Mike, take a shot, drag Mike.”
A friend of mine was having a rough time on hole 10 at Renny Gold. His first shot hit a large rock and landed in the bushes to the left. His second went across the fairway, hit a tree, and came back across the fairway to land in the left area again.
The third shot went into the basket for hole 14. The next shot was lost in the bushes again and after searching for it for what seemed like forever, I suggested he declare it lost.
“Absolutely not!” he said, “that is my lucky disc!”