"At first glance, I'm very excited," Minch said.
They have played courses in Michigan, California, Texas, Arizona and Ohio.
"This course had high ratings online," Week said.
They note that disc golf offers good exercise as well as stress relief. Plus, many courses are free.
In disc golf, players throw weighted discs into mounted metal baskets that are spaced at various lengths apart. Chains around the baskets are geared to keep the discs from bouncing back out. The 18-hole hilly course at Redeemer Lutheran has a portion of the Lord's Prayer at each basket site.
Ruffatto, who recently began playing disc golf himself, hopes lots of folks will sign up for the upcoming tournament, which he calls a "friendly rivalry."
"You don't have to be a gifted athlete to participate," he said.
The church is located at 1 Deerwalk Lane, Charleston. Follow Corridor G south, go right on Paula Road, left toward Winterfell and up the hill. Go to www.redeemerwv.org or call 304-345-6251 for more information.
Registration and skills contest is 8 a.m. Players meet at 9 a.m. Tee time is 9:15 a.m.
Ways to participate in the tournament include taking part as well as watching or donating cash or prizes. Contact Steve Koepsel at 304-546-8398.
Contact writer Charlotte Ferrell Smith at charlo...@dailymail.com or 304-348-1246.