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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Discontinuum is currently at 57 members. Thanks to all who support the local disc golf scene. Tags are available for $20.00 through paypal. is the paypal account. The 2021 tags are heavy leather tags. ... See MoreSee Less
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Pads are shoveled and snow melt is down. ... See MoreSee Less
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All the pads at Squaw are cleared of snow. ... See MoreSee Less
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ALL pads are shoveled at Squaw Creek/Fairfield. And a path shoveled on the bridge. ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations Brian Earhart on 3 killer rounds in a row to finish LVC in 7th place and securing the USDGC spot in the first event of the year!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Save the Date. 2021 Discontinuum Club Challenge is on July 25 at Lemon Lake. ... See MoreSee Less
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All the pads at Squaw/Fairfield are cleared. ... See MoreSee Less
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Just a friendly reminder on behalf of Tom McManus and the rest of the gang that donates their time and labor to keep the pads clear of snow. If you get out to the course and the pads are not clear, please try to stay off the pads until someone clears them. Tee off from the side. Tracking footprints over snow covered pads turns the snow into ice and makes it hard or impossible to shovel later. ... See MoreSee Less
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