One of the oldest disc golf clubs in Illinois!




About the Club

The Discontinuum Disc Golf Club of NE Illinois was originally formed as the Fling & Ching DGCONI in November 2000 and renamed Discontinuum in February of 2001. The club was formed to promote the great sport of disc golf through fun, competition, and education. Our members are located throughout Northern Illinois, Southern Wisconsin, and Northeastern Indiana.

Membership is open to everyone. Kids, teens, adults, and seniors are welcome and encouraged to enjoy the benefits of disc golf. We are always looking for new people to throw with and to help promote this great sport.

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Illinois Open Series

Discontinuum has been a promoter and sponsor of the Illinois Open Series tournaments since their inception. We highly encourage you to play an event if there is one near you! 

This year Discontinuum is proud to be the major sponsor for IOS #102 – the Case Jackson Memorial!


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Thank you to everyone who came out for the 16th Discontinuum Club Invitational today!! Weather was awesome and I hope everyone had an awesome time!Congrats to Andrew Nilsen for taking down MPO, and to Ricky Ross for taking down the amateur division! ... See MoreSee Less
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Don't forget, sign ups for the club invitational go live tonight at 7pm! ... See MoreSee Less
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Week three Thursday morning league. Glow layout. Tee off 8:00 am. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Saw this on another page and its always nice to send a reminder out each year.PSA out of respect.for all your area disc golfers. For all the new disc golfers and old ones too, just a reminder. If you are in a large group remember to let smaller groups play through, standard golf etiquette. Please get yourself a shovel and keep it in your vehicle at all times. If there's snow on the tee pad either clean it before you throw, or tee to the side. When you tee from a snowy pad you create ice build up that makes the pad slippery and more difficult to clean. Also remember to walk in single file down fairways. This will make it much easier to find your disc in the snow as there won't be tracks everywhere to hide where your disc went in. Just some common sense advice on winter golf. Enjoy the winter season! ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

Great turnout today for a Thanksgiving morning league round. Thanks to everyone who made it out. Good times were had, an ace was hit, and the weather was perfect (for late Nov)!Also, a huge thanks to all the Discontinuum club members this year. We broke 200 members in 2022! Seeing everyone get involved in leagues and tournaments, getting together for tag rounds, and generally making our local disc golf community the strongest it's ever been is truly something to be thankful for!We hope everyone has an amazing day with family and friends, and look forward to seeing you all out on the course! ... See MoreSee Less
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