The disc golf industry underwent a significant boom during the COVID-19 pandemic. An increased interest in outdoor activities spurred heightened participation and product purchases and 2020-2021 saw records in participation and disc golf sales. This resulted in a surge of growth, with new manufacturers introducing new brands and products to meet the soaring demand.
However, this growth was artificially stimulated by the pandemic and the rate of disc production is unsustainable for the current industry demand. By 2023, the disc golf industry experienced a noticeable downturn, with a 25% decline in sales compared to 2022. This decline extended to professional disc golf as well, with many companies scaling back their sponsorship of touring players.
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