Added cash $150


Tournament DirectorRick Saffeels

About this tournament

It’s 100 holes of disc golf in 1 day and it can be a grueling task. It can also be one of the most rewarding days you’ll ever experience. It all starts with Breakfast around sunrise and ends with a fantastic dinner when you are finished. You are welcome to bring a Caddy for the day. Caddies can help raise pledges, hold your gear, but most of all keep you company as you make your way towards your goal of 100 holes. Not everyone will make it all 100 holes, but most will, and even though the muscles might be aching, the sense of accomplishment will make it all worthwhile. Not to mention, your efforts will have helped raise much needed money for Canyonview Camp and its thousands of campers each year.


There is no entry fee, but participants are encouraged to kick-off their pledge gathering success by sponsoring themselves for a minimum of $.50 per hole. Participants are asked to set a pledge gathering goal of a minimum of $25 per hole. Sponsors can pledge any amount and it can be on a per hole basis or just a flat pledge.
EXAMPLE: Jim receives 10 sponsors at $1 per basket each. He has raised $1000. Goal is 25 people/business to 50 people/pledges for this event to raise our goal of $30,000 (Thirty Thousand Dollars) for New Growth Camp projects and general funds.

There will also be prizes given to the top pledge gatherers and to the winners of the many on-course events!
CTP's on all 18 holes!
Ace Pot!
Ring of Fire!
Easter Eggs (obvious 'hidden' prizes on the course)
Raffle of CRAZY prizes!
Hole sponsor prizes!
Most Turkey's (Turkey = 3 Birdies in a Row)

Come out and play a Course like never before! All new layout!
Brand new baskets!
Course will not be open until 5 days prior to the event (May 6). All participants are required to bring all sponsor donations in the day of the event (1 day after the event grace period). Checks can be made out to Canyonview Camp. Credit Card will be accepted for donations $100 and more.
Goal is to raise $30,000 (Thirty Thousand Dollars) for New Growth Camp projects and general funds.