CADL Inc Presents: The 9th Annual Airborne @ Diavolo Driven by Innova

PDGA logoSaturday, May 27, 2023 at Diavolo DGC in Cary, North Carolina
XC-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

CADL Inc Presents: The 9th Annual Airborne @ Diavolo Driven by Innova graphic


Asst Tournament DirectorRobert Leonard
Tournament DirectorJay Pontier

About this tournament

Capital Area Disc League & the Town of Cary welcome you to The 9th Annual Airborne @ Diavolo! An Armed Forces Charity PDGA event!

2584 New Hope Church Rd, Cary, NC 27519

Event Details:
Capital Area Disc League Inc. presents: The 9th Annual Airborne @ Diavolo

In partnership with the Town of Cary we bring you this PDGA event in support of USO at Diavolo Disc Golf Course.

PDGA Pro/Am C-Tier, a PDGA True Amateur Event Charity event for the United Services Organization (USO)

There is no day of registration.

$5 of your entry will be donated to the United Services Organization (USO).

There is no $10 non-member fee for this event.

True Amateur Event
Amateur player pack value will exceed entry fee

Round 1 Shotgun Start
All Divisions Diavolo White (22 holes)

Round 2 Shotgun Start:
MPO, MP40, FPO and MA1: Diavolo Blue (22 holes)
All others: Diavolo White (22 holes)

Player Virtual Meeting Email-This email will be sent out from the CADL TDs @ 11:00A.M. on Thursday-containing the Airborne @ Diavolo weekend times & activities.

Saturday, May 27th
~7:30-8:30 Check in & course open for practice
~9:00am Shotgun start 1st round
~Lunch (1 hour)
~2nd Round shotgun start 1 hour after last card in from 1st round
~Awards ceremony follows 2nd round completion

Amateurs will receive a players pack valued over their entry fee and top finishers will receive trophies (True Amateur/trophy only).
Hope to see everyone there!!


On May 3rd at 7PM, if you sponsor $50 you can register early and get a guaranteed spot. You will be charged this $50 at check-out.

On May 5th at 7PM, registration opens to all players.


The United Service Organizations Inc. (USO) is an American nonprofit-charitable corporation that provides live entertainment, such as comedians, actors and musicians, social facilities, and other programs to members of the United States Armed Forces and their families. Since 1941, it has worked in partnership with the Department of War, and later with the Department of Defense (DoD), relying heavily on private contributions and on funds, goods, and services from various corporate and individual donors. Although it is congressionally chartered, it is not a government agency.

Founded during World War II, the USO sought to be the GI's "home away from home" and began a tradition of entertaining the troops and providing social facilities. Involvement in the USO was one of the many ways in which the nation had come together to support the war effort, with nearly 1.5 million people having volunteered their services in some way. The USO initially disbanded in 1947, but was revived in 1950 for the Korean War, after which it continued, also providing peacetime services. During the Vietnam War, USO social facilities ("USOs") were sometimes located in combat zones.

The organization became particularly known for its live performances, called camp shows, through which the entertainment industry helps boost the morale of servicemen and women. In the early days, Hollywood was eager to show its patriotism, and many celebrities joined the ranks of USO entertainers. They went as volunteers to entertain, and celebrities continue to provide volunteer entertainment in military bases in the U.S. and overseas, sometimes placing their own lives in danger by traveling or performing under hazardous conditions. In 2011, the USO was awarded the National Medal of Arts.

The USO has over 200 locations around the world in 14 countries (including the U.S.) and 27 states. During a gala marking the USO's 75th anniversary in 2016, retired Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr., the chairman of the USO Board of Governors, estimated that the USO has served more than 35 million Americans over its history.

Thank you!

Veteran, United States Army
519th Military Intelligence Battalion (Tactical Exploitation) (Airborne)
"Strength Thru Intelligence"
Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Refund policy

Capital Area Disc League Inc is responsible for all refunds/cancellations.
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