The City of Canby, Oregon has approved a 12 hole course for the north end of Eco Park. The course is designed with the intermediate player in mind, but will be playable by beginners, as well as being enjoyed by more advanced players. Nine of the twelve holes are fairly heavily wooded while the other three are in an open field. The terrain is predominantly flat, with a little bit of undulation to add some variety to the greens. The holes are mostly on the shorter side in the mid 200s with a couple holes under 200 and a couple over 300.
By the Bottle and Firefly Disc Golf are teaming up once again to present Leverich After Dark. This year L.A.D. is a fundraiser for the YWCA of Clark County and they are working hard to gather prizes be a great benefactor. The cost is only $20 with a minimum $5 donation to the YWCA.
The 2011 Next Adventure Amateur Championship is just a couple days away. The discs are here and the jackets are being embroidered as we speak. Here's the important information you will need to know for the weekend.
Registration for Pool B which is Intermediate men and Advanced Masters (MA2 & MM1) starts at 7:00 a.m. with the player's meeting at 7:40 a.m.
Registration is now closed for the 2011 Bad Monkey Open. We will be taking signups for the waitlist currently.
Registration is now open for the 2011 Bad Monkey Open. Click the Store link above to access the store and sign up. Don't delay, this event is expected to fill in a couple weeks or less.
Stumptown Disc Golf is partnering with the Vancouver Watershed Council to introduce the sport of Disc Golf to an expected crowd of over 500 people coming to Leverich Park on Saturday, May 7th, 2011. We will be setting up a 3 hole demonstration course on in the field near hole 6 incorporating holes 6 and 7 along with a portable basket so families can try out our sport.
The NAAC Video Part 1 is the featured video of the week on the PDGA.com web site. Point your browser to http://www.pdga.com/videos and then tell your friends to check it out!
The 2011 By The Bottle Wash Slosh is this Sunday at Lakeview Par 3 Golf Challenge. In order to make room for additional playersto get a chance to play the course while it is set up we are extending the lunch for the tournament players and allowing people that couldn't get into the event to come out and play a round. The cost for guests is only $5 and will help go to cover some of the costs to set up a temporary course. Guests can sign up and prepay online at discgolfscene.com. More after the break including the 2011 Player's Guide.
Sign up is now in progress for the 2011 Wash Slosh. This year again By The Bottle in Vancouver, Washington will be sponsoring the event. The event will be held at the same location as 2010, Lakeview Par 3 Golf Challenge. This 9 hole ball golf course will be converted to a 10 hole disc golf course for the day and players will play 4 rounds for the Wash Slosh.
November 17th - 7 p.m.
Next Adventure Paddle Center!
Free - Prizes