Alaska Disc Golf Association
AK Discer August 15, 2011 at 1:33am
What Senior Games are you referring to? Am I out of the loop here in Anchorage or is this something new?
John Roe August 14, 2011 at 1:20am
Do you guys know if DG is part of the Senior Games in ANC?
Casimir Abramczyk August 11, 2011 at 8:31am
Many Thanks! to the staff (official & un) of ADGA! You do a diligent job of facilitating events, and Jeremiah concomitant Jamie, thanks for sharing the results!
Bobb Lockwood August 10, 2011 at 7:39pm
Sorry for the delay. There is now a page for the Battle at Birch. Us Fairbanks guys are not on DG scene that much so it took longer than expected. This is a two day event, Saturday and Sunday, even though I only saw info for Saturday. I am pretty sure Sunday is starting an hour earlier to help travelers get on the road at a reasonable time. I will double check that.
Here is the link:
josh stewart August 9, 2011 at 7:48pm
anyone know the younger guy who entered the games on friday in rec? he borrowed my red DD rainjacket and of course it hasn't stopped raining and i never got it back... i'd just like to be able to play in the rain and not be scurred
Jeremiah Simono August 9, 2011 at 11:26am
Check out the video from the King of the Hill story.... http://www.ktva.com/home/outbound-xml-feeds/First-Annual-King-of-the-Hill-Disc-Golf-Tournament-127135143.html
Jamie Adams August 7, 2011 at 3:22am
Saturday Doubles- King of the Hill- results King of the Hill Saturday Doubles Open: Bill Winkler/John Lorentzen 50,52, 102 Will Harrison/Kurtis Schoenburg 53,55,105 David Fielding/Silky Roberts 56,58,114 Jud Hancock/Stuart Hollowell 56,59,115 Andy Severson/Thad Murgatroyd 56,59,115 Josh Jackson/Russell Janeway 56,65,121 Jeremy Boyd/Matt Fox 58,64,123 Amateur: Joe Schact/James Beckner 53, 53, 106 Charlie Amsden/Bobb Lockwood 56, 61, 117 John Thein/Brad Larson 57, 60, 117 Bria ... more
Saturday Doubles- King of the Hill- results
King of the Hill
Bill Winkler/John Lorentzen 50,52, 102
Will Harrison/Kurtis Schoenburg 53,55,105
David Fielding/Silky Roberts 56,58,114
Jud Hancock/Stuart Hollowell 56,59,115
Andy Severson/Thad Murgatroyd 56,59,115
Josh Jackson/Russell Janeway 56,65,121
Jeremy Boyd/Matt Fox 58,64,123
Joe Schact/James Beckner 53, 53, 106
Charlie Amsden/Bobb Lockwood 56, 61, 117
John Thein/Brad Larson 57, 60, 117
Brian Gutzwiller/Chris Goodrich 58, 61, 119
Chris Cheney/Brady Farr 60, 61, 121
Toe Munoz/Steve Harmsen 58, 61, 119
Dale Williams/Louie Orozco 61, 62, 123
Trent/Preston 63, 70, 133
Jamie Adams/Mindy Willsey 66, 72,138
James Geffe/Noah Williams 72, 79, 151
Keegan/Dillon 79, 73, 152
Paris/Justin 80, 81, 161
Sarah/Dakota 999, 95
2x $100k Shot- David Fielding & Greg Roberts
Thank you everyone for coming today to the first annual KING OF THE HILL!
Come on out for the singles tournament Sunday! Registration 8-9am, tee @10! Lots of fun to be had, and don't miss the chance to shoot for $100k and the MILLION DOLLAR shot!!! Check out www.hilltopskiarea.org for more info! Big money shots will be in the evening- so if you dont play, think about coming out to watch!!
Chris Goodrich August 6, 2011 at 12:17am
I've run the Ace Race the last couple of years, but do not have the funds to run it this year. I think someone should take it and run it at Girdwood. That course is a bunch of aces waiting to happen.
Brian Gutzwiller August 5, 2011 at 11:51pm
Looking for a sweet driver with bam distance. Willing to hit metal within the circle(slamming putts and need a partner). If interested call at 530-448-1868
Som Bouasri August 5, 2011 at 7:48pm
Whats the word on Ace Race this year? It is Ace Race season, no? The Players pack they have looks more than worth the $25 fee. http://discgolfacerace.com/
Lou Dogg August 4, 2011 at 7:11pm
Members of this fine Nation, I mean, Organization. I'm planning on making updates on our site here really soon. It's been a while since I last updated the Aces page. If anyone has hit an ace that you would like me to post let me know. The requirements are on alaskadiscgolf.com.
Jamie Adams August 4, 2011 at 11:24am
Tomorrow night- the fun begins at Hilltop! Bring your friends, family, and even the non-discers to introduce them to the sport and play games and have dinner! Please keep an eye out for the "Disc Golf Parking" signs- our parking area will be the North end of the parking lot. Looks like some sunshine today to practice in, and we ordered sun for the weekend :) so come on out!
Thad Murgatroyd August 4, 2011 at 1:11am
Hilltops King of the Hill ,kicks off Friday the 5th with a fun evening of games and food ,There will be a Ring of Fire ,Putting contests ,Long Drive contest ,Accuracy contest and Knome toss and Knome Bowling .8 dollars will get you into the contests plus it will pay for your round of golf and a buffet dinner.So come on out and help kick off a kick ass weekend of discgolf on Alaska's biggest and baddest discgolf course.Hope to see you all there.
Andrew Jackson July 23, 2011 at 10:45pm
Thad...Love that idea...if they hadn't been drinking they would have saw the bear too...
Thad Murgatroyd July 23, 2011 at 4:42pm
the thing that kills me is that apd knows underage drinking is going on there yet its to expensive to have some cops on bikes go through there on a regular basis ,im sure MAD and SAD would be outraged that the APD lets this happens. I guess i will carry a big can of bear spray with me when i play there ,so if we correct a group and they out number us we can deliver some manners via pepperspray...cant be unruly when snot is running from your nose and you wanna dig your eyes out
Lou Dogg July 21, 2011 at 5:47pm
Biggest topic in Anchorage Daily News these days: Disc golf at Westchester Lagoon. Deep down inside I really feel like this is a bit of free advertising, haha!
Chris Goodrich July 19, 2011 at 3:36am
Sorry Louie, I misread your post. Yes, we are outnumbered so we need to come up with creative solutions (with Parks and hopefully APD) to help bring the park back away from those who want to remove it.
Jamie Adams July 19, 2011 at 3:30am
For those that have paid the $10 non-pdga member fee at sanctioned tournaments- if you go to the pdga website under membership you are eligible for a "supporting" member- I believe you will be issued a pdga number and a rulebook, on your way to becoming a full paid PDGA member with full benefits including your lifetime PDGA number, ratings, PDGA membership disc etc. PDGA memberships are for the calendar year, keep your eye out for their end of the summer special where they usually give you the remainder of this year and next year with a full paid membership!
John Lorentzen July 19, 2011 at 12:51am
Another reason why we need more pay to play courses.
Chris Goodrich July 18, 2011 at 11:44pm
Louie, The problem is it isn't a small percentage. Unfortunately, our club is the small percentage. Yes, the club worked hard (thanks Anchorage guys) to install the baskets, re-work the course, and when our members are there they play with decorum and even pick up after the slackers. But just like in Kenai, it is hard for 8 players to pick up after 50 day after day. I think what Julia needed to write (and this is what I told her) is that the players who she has a hard time with are not disc ... more
The problem is it isn't a small percentage. Unfortunately, our club is the small percentage. Yes, the club worked hard (thanks Anchorage guys) to install the baskets, re-work the course, and when our members are there they play with decorum and even pick up after the slackers. But just like in Kenai, it is hard for 8 players to pick up after 50 day after day. I think what Julia needed to write (and this is what I told her) is that the players who she has a hard time with are not disc golfers, they are just recreational throwers who do not appreciate the sport. Yes, they have a disc, but that does not make them a member of the DG community. You become a member of the community when you accept responsibility for yourself and your actions. The club may be able to do a better job monitoring the course, but when Matt tried he felt threatened. At that point a presence more than just a club member needs to be there to enforce civility. That said, I am still all for brainstorming proactive ways to keep Westchester looking nice and the neighborhood happy.