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Brandon Merzlock September 19, 2011 at 10:21pm
I get a free PDGA Officials Exam per each PDGA tournament directed. I am already an official. If someone would like to be an official for free, please let me know and I can have you take the test and get certified.
Kent Holsten September 18, 2011 at 6:13pm
Tom Hughes is the guy who makes the shadow boxes. I think he is on disc golf scene.
Steven Sharp September 18, 2011 at 3:16pm
I've been told that there is someone in NUDGA who builds shadow boxes for framing discs. Does anyone know who that is and how I would get a hold of him?
Brandon Merzlock September 11, 2011 at 4:41pm
Pre-registration is up for Huktoberfest! Its on altitude disc golf's website at http://www.altitudediscgolf.com/servlet/the-Altitude-Sponsored-Events-cln-Upcoming/Categories. The fee is only 3% to pre-register. Thats only $.90 on a $30 order. The night event is seperate from the Saturday PDGA event so that you can come to either or both if you want. For those who come to the night event, you will recieve a light pod and a Huktoberfest mini with your entry. There will be more there to ... more
Pre-registration is up for Huktoberfest! Its on altitude disc golf's website at http://www.altitudediscgolf.com/servlet/the-Altitude-Sponsored-Events-cln-Upcoming/Categories. The fee is only 3% to pre-register. Thats only $.90 on a $30 order. The night event is seperate from the Saturday PDGA event so that you can come to either or both if you want. For those who come to the night event, you will recieve a light pod and a Huktoberfest mini with your entry. There will be more there to buy. If you come on Saturday, you will get a Huktoberfest disc, a Huktoberfest towel, a Huktoberfest T-shirt, and a Huktoberfest bag tag. It should be a great event. You can get to it from the PDGA website.
Again, I need help on Friday before the night event to set up and Saturday after the event to take down. I need help on Saturday to run alternate events. I need 20 baskets. I have only 4 confirmed so far. Please let me know if you have a basket I can borrow by e-mailing me at [email redacted].
If you have any questions about the event, you can post it here or call me or e-mail me. Thanks!
Dave Roper September 7, 2011 at 12:44pm
Who is coming down for the "Disc Golf for Kid's Sake" C-Tier event benefiting the Big Brothers and Big Sisters at Creekside this Saturday?
I've got the #2 NUDGA tag on the line at the event, assuming I defend it during my next couple rounds. Come on out and have some fun. More info here:
Kent Holsten September 6, 2011 at 7:54am
I will be at the course today, Tuesday at 4:00 to play a round and I will have tags with me. give me a call 540-3714
Kent Holsten September 5, 2011 at 10:52am
Somebody thought it would be a good idea to build a fire at the course the other night. This is a golf course not a campground, this the kind of stuff that is going to get the park closed. If anyone knows who did this please let them know that this is not allowed, they also left trash behind for somebody else to clean up. Thanks NUDGAS
Tad Pankiewicz September 3, 2011 at 2:13pm
I just want to say thank you to the guys who take the time to move the baskets to long and short pins. You guys are awesome. Thank you for the wonderful club and course.
Brandon Merzlock September 3, 2011 at 1:57pm
The Bengal Ridge tournament on Saturday September 10th is not a sanctioned event for those of you who were asking.
Brandon Merzlock August 30, 2011 at 8:30pm
So, wow, no real landslide on that one. 9 for 1 day and 8 for 2 days. We will keep it 1 day this year as I think those voting for 2 days will still come to a one day tourney, but those voting 1 day probably wont make a 2 day tourney. So, its official. We will do the night tournament on Friday night and a 1 day Saturday PDGA event. BUT, if the tournament goes well, plan on a 2 day next year. Thanks for the help!
Rod Hess August 29, 2011 at 10:43pm
2 sounds like fun but sure complicates it for people with families, I'd prefer 1.