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DISC GOLF OR DIE   October 21, 2011 at 1:00pm

DGOD! News 10/21

TONIGHT! and every Friday- DGOD! Dubs @ Lunchtime DGC. Sign in from 4:30pm to 5:00pm. $5+1.

NEW TIME! SIGN IN BY 5:00!



Thank you Xander Waibel!

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DGOD Presents... Oct. 29th. The Children of the Course! A Halloween Extravaganza!



***Player packs now Include DGA GLOW MINIS, and food! Yum!*** Plus pay-outs, and prizes! Only $12 entry!



What: The Children of the Course - A Halloween Extravaganza!

Where: Lunchtime Disc Golf Course and Student Center

When: 12pm

Price: $12

Scrip: SWEET PLASTIC!(Rare and classic discs) Thanks Gawain Stern! And Pier Park Pro Shop(New model discs) Thanks Tim Malone.



30 holes straight at Lunchtime DGC - 15 from the long tees, and 15 "modified" from the short tees. If you played the Derby, you have SOME idea of what we have in store for you.



We will then have a long break where we will have food, all kinds of games and contests -including a pumpkin carving contest and a costume contest!



Food included. We like to eat and we like to eat well. Count on it.



Then, as it gets dark, we will play a spooky round of glow golf. Be prepared for anything and everything.



He wants you too... Malichi! Online registration open here:

http://www.discgolfscene.com/tournaments/DGOD_Presents_Oct_29th_The_Children_of_the_Course_A_Halloween_Extravaganza_2011

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Get Ready for the STUMPTOWN SLOSH SERIES!!!!



Register now for SLOSH #1 here: http://www.4discgolf.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=60



"Schedule:

Sunday, November 13th, 2011 - North Bonneville - Justin Gross

Saturday, December 17th, 2011 - TBA - Emma-Rose & Garry Hanley

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012 - TBA - Ashley Petersen

Saturday, February 18th, 2012 - Lunchtime Disc Golf Course - Dan Brown



Stumptown Disc Golf has also decided to use the Slosh Series as fund-raising events to help replace the baskets at Lunchtime Disc Golf Course. With five dollars from every Slosh entry fee will going directly to the Lunchtime basket fund started by Dan Brown and DGOD, we feel we should be able to raise enough money for 4-5 more baskets to go along with the 9 baskets already funded by this awesome effort.



We will be holding the final event, TD'd by Dan Brown himself, at the Lunchtime Disc Golf course and if everything proceeds as planned we should be able to announce the impending purchase of 15 new baskets for the course.



We encourage everyone to come out to support these events. If ever there was a great reason to come out and play some winter golf... this is it!



Thanks,



Jeff Hagerty

Stumptown Disc Golf"

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2011 Leverich After Dark Oct 22



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.





Leverich After Dark will actually start with a round of singles in the afternoon. The course will be set up in tournament configuration with hole 12 in the island of the parking lot. After the singles round there will be dinner, a pumpkin carving contest and more fun activities, followed by a glow round of three-headed monster. There will be prizes for the winners of each round and much more.





Leverich After Dark Glow Disc and dinner as a part of their player's pack. This event is sanctioned by the PDGA but ratings will not be calculated for either round in this mixed format event. Open to men/women of all ages. Because this is a fundraiser event there will NOT be a payout, simply great prizes for winners of various events during the night.



Register here! http://www.4discgolf.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=60&product_id=59

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Peace,

Dan