How did he make this?
On Saturday, May 16, 2015 we held the PDGA C-Tier tournament, Women of Webster Fish & Game. We had an amazing turnout with 36 women showing up to play! All players were greeted with a players’ pack that consisted of a Green Light stamped Gateway putter of their choice, a Green Light stash mini, 2 stickers, a nail file, a package of tissues, a Sharpie, travel lotion, travel hand sanitizer, and a granola bar. This awesome players’ pack was possible thanks to all of the tee sign sponsors that helped support our tournament!
Another fun way to play and learn disc golf with your friends or more established players. Teams are made either by random draw, or sometimes an A/B pool is created to select lesser skilled players and pair them up with higher skilled players. Each player on the team tees off. The team then decides which shot is the best and they play from that spot. Continues on until the team holes out.
Source: Doubles | Delaware Disc Golf
The first annual St. Jude Disc Golf Charity Invitational was a huge success. The inaugural event has been in the works since last Fall and the hard work of many came to fruition this past weekend in the amount of $214,708!!
The nature of the game of disc golf is that players go where their discs land, and that’s often not along the beaten path. A wayward disc undoubtedly will be found somewhere deep in thorny underbrush or tall grass, unless it’s disappeared over the edge of that damn cliff again.