We Can Do Anything

July - September 2015 • Bryan, Ohio
Mixed league

Ace pool

as of August 4
This league has ended.
No upcoming league rounds are scheduled.


Sep 22, 2015 · Top scores
Recreation Park
Short Tees (white), 18 holes
E 54
John Broering
+1 55
Benjamin Wonders
+2 56
Scott McCullough
+2 56
Nick Witter
Overall standings
1Scott McCullough323
2Brian Taylor310
3Jacobie Bagley309
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Leaderboard updated 9/24/15

About this League

Mixed league - 18 all-time players - 0 active players
No fee to play in this league
$1.00 ace pool entry
We will draw each week for the next week's format. We will play a variety of rounds from suggestions of players. One week might be a three-disc challenge singles round, and the next might be random partner doubles. Who knows? Come challenge yourself.

League News

Benjamin Wonders   September 25, 2015 at 2:49am

Grill and glow

We are meeting up in the evening of October 2nd to grill up some food and play a round of glow disc golf. Anyone is welcome to come. Please mention if you plan to bring food by leaving a comment. So far, brats and the grill are taken care of, so if someone wants to bring some buns and some chips or anything else they deem as grillable food please feel free to do so.

We have 9 LED lights for the baskets, and if we want to not have to set up the second nine in between rounds we will need 9 more.


Benjamin Wonders   September 25, 2015 at 2:47am

September 22 results

This last Tuesday, we did a homemade Ace Race round, which was a great, fun time. Each player was allowed two discs in their possession and given two shots per hole. Twenty-seven holes were played due to darkness, and scores were as follows:

John Broering recorded 5 aces and 5 metal hits
Ben Wonders recorded 1 ace and 6 metal hits
Scott McCullough and Nick Witter recorded 1 ace and 5 metal hits
John Bingham recorded 1 ace and 2 metal hits
Brian Taylor recorded 9 metal hits
Logan Miller r ... more


Benjamin Wonders   September 13, 2015 at 4:34am

Play time change and September 15 format

The Tuesday night league will have to begin play earlier than we have been, as we were unable to complete this week's round due to a distinct lack of ambient light. Play will begin no later than 6:00 PM on September 15, going forward.
Also, the format for the round on Sept. 15 will be no-fee singles, points-based, and alternating tees based on your score on the previous hole. We played this format earlier in the season.


Benjamin Wonders   September 4, 2015 at 6:25am

September 8 format

We will be playing random-draw doubles for $5 from the blue (long) tees.


Benjamin Wonders   August 26, 2015 at 7:10am

September 1 format:

Next week, we'll be playing a standard-issue singles round from the red tees. There will be no fee to play, but the $1 ace pool will be available to buy into, as always.


Benjamin Wonders   August 19, 2015 at 9:13pm

August 25 format:

We will be playing a modified three-disc challenge format from the white tees. Every player must bag one and only one driver, mid-range, and putter. A die will be rolled by the players to determine which disc will be used for the tee shot at each hole. Rolling a 1 or 2 requires the player to throw their driver, 3 or 4 requires the mid-range, and a 5 or 6 requires the putter to be used off the tee. Each player rolls for their tee shot on each hole. Players may use any disc they like for subsequent shots on that hole.

The winner of the round will be the player with the fewest strokes.


Benjamin Wonders   August 12, 2015 at 8:04am

August 18 format announcement:

We will play random draw doubles from the red tees. There will be a $5 fee to play on August 18. Please come prepared.


Benjamin Wonders   August 7, 2015 at 6:14am

August 11th format:

The format for the August 11 round of the Tuesday night "We Can Do Anything" league will be a five-disc cutthroat round played from the white (short) tees. There will be no fee for the round, but the $1 ace pool will be open for buy-in. The rules for this format are as follows:
a. Each player chooses five discs that they will play the round with.
b. If one player scores better than the rest of the card on a single hole, they are then allowed to kill a disc of their choice of each of ... more


Benjamin Wonders   August 7, 2015 at 6:13am

August 4 results

First, I apologize for the delay in getting this summary up. I will endeavor to be more prompt in the future. The August 4 round of the We Can Do Anything league was played under a points-based format with alternating tees, which provided a refreshing change of pace and made for some unfamiliar shots. Players received 3 points for an eagle or better, 2 for birdie, and 1 for par on a hole. The next tee position was determined by the score from the previous hole, with birdie or better forcing t ... more


Benjamin Wonders   July 29, 2015 at 10:02pm

August 4th format:

The format for next Tuesday evening is a little weird, but I'll do my best to explain it. It's a singles round with scoring by points rather than strokes. Tees will alternate hole-to-hole, based on your score for the previous hole.

Everyone will begin the round from a red tee. We will play by posted pars on the course map next to hole one. Players recording birdie or better will play the next hole from the blue tee. Par will keep the player on the red, and bogey or worse means ... more


Brian Taylor   July 26, 2015 at 11:42pm

Tuesday Night Format 7/29/2015

The format for the first week of our Random Format Day is Random Draw Doubles with Alternating Tees. Come out and join us. Tees will be:
1 blues
2 reds
3 whites

Benjamin Wonders   July 26, 2015 at 3:46pm

Just a quibble, but this Tuesday is the 28th and not the 29th.

Brian Taylor   July 26, 2015 at 9:04pm

You are correct

Benjamin Wonders   July 23, 2015 at 6:28am

Submit ideas for rounds in the comments.

Rules for format submission (subject to change):

The chief goal of all club activities is to grow the sport.

No restrictions on throws (i.e. No forehand/ backhand/ roller only formats).

Be reasonable - A “putter only from the Blues” round may be fun for a casual round, but could potentially take a much greater time to play, especially if a new player attends that round. We all have lives to live away from the game.

If you know you will not be able to ... more

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