Originally Posted by Tim
If I'd known about disc golf when I was that age, I might have stayed with scouting a bit longer. I remember when I was moving up, we had to start doing community service projects, I would have been stoked to be able to build/fix up a local course or two, and get credit for it. Instead, there were playgrounds I didn't care about so much, and I eventually quit (for various reasons). I think that's great though, that disc golf is being integrated into scouting.
I'm pretty sure that the course at Timber Linn in Albany was an Eagle Project. There are others too, but I don't recall which ones.
It sounds as if a Disc Sports merit badge is currently being considered by the national Scout office. This would be all inclusive, to include dg, ultimate, Freestyle, MTA, etc...
I wouldn't say that disc golf is integrated into scouting, but the pieces are being put into place.