Fehringer Ranch Trilogy Challenge

Sunday, July 8, 2018 at Fehringer Ranch in Littleton, Colorado
Disc golf singles tournament


Fehringer Ranch Trilogy Challenge graphic

About this tournament

The idea behind the Trilogy Challenge is to grow the sport of disc golf by providing beginners with everything they need to play. The event started in 2014 with 273 events around the world with just over 10,000 players competing in these events.

In 2015, we had 300 events in 47 states and 11 different countries with just over 12,000 players competing in these events.

In 2016, we had 326 events in 45 states and 11 different countries with just over 12,000 players competing in these events.

In 2017, we had 355 events in 44 states and 15 different countries with just over 13,500 players competing in these events.

The entry fee is $35 for all participants.

Players are only allowed to use the three discs provided by the tournament director.

Anyone can play. The most important aspect of the Trilogy Challenge is to get new players out to play disc golf and to have fun! Don’t be discouraged or nervous to attend a Trilogy Challenge if you have never played disc golf. This is a perfect opportunity to get started.

2018 Players Pack Discs:

Latitude 64 Opto Musket

Speed: 10 Glide: 5 Turn: -0.5 Fade: 2

The Musket is a straight shooter. Accuracy and distance do not always go hand in hand, but this speedy fairway driver can give you that little extra firepower and still hold the line. The perfect weapon when the fairway is narrow and the basket is far away.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Patrol

Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: -3 Fade: 1

Newer players and slower arm speeds can greatly benefit from a slow, understable midrange. Enter the Patrol, with a comfortable rim for smaller hands and an easier flight for beginners to learn. Experienced players will find an easy-to-throw roller in the Patrol, but slower arms will find a staple for shots that need an understable turn or little fade.

Westside Discs Origio Burst Maiden

Speed: 3 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 1

If you’re looking for a neutral putter with a thin profile, the Maiden fits the bill. The Maiden is surprisingly resistant to turn with little fade.

Refund policy

303 Discs is responsible for all refunds/cancelations.



Final Results

Round 1: Fehringer Ranch - Regular tees, 18 holes, par 54
1Deacon Heemstra5050
1Eric Svee5050
1Nathan Lochner5050
4David Russell-Kunz5151
4Zach Ring5151
6Charlie Sedlock5252
7Dustin Hahn5353
7Jon Sheppard5353
7Joseph Phillips5353
10Chris Nordmann5454
11Avery Quintana5454
12Bret Bartelson5555
12Brian Bauer5555
12Cameron Dick5555
12Will Cavaiani5555
12Zak Crosser5555
17Brian Agnes5656
17Christian Garcia5656
17Daniel Lewis5656
17Derek Bernhard5656
17John McLinden5656
17Josh Crane5656
17Ryan Garde5656
17Scott Taylor5656
25Andy Blanton5757
25John Beshears5757
25Michael McGee5757
25Nick Clough5757
29Angel Cruz5858
29Ryan Volz5858
31Joel Jonker5959
32Christopher Dutt6060
32Jason Leininger6060
32Jose Correa6060
32Josh Montegna6060
32Sean Griffard6060
32Wes Showers6060
38Ian McGee6161
39Joey Mark6262
40Tommy Johnson6464
41Matt Earnhardt6565
42Daniel Meeks6767
42Michael Carpenter6767
44Gary Cooper6868
44Nikki Mark6868
46Scott Binsfield6969
47Alysa Coffey7171
48Heather Trammell7474
48Mike Belknap7474
50Lavena Olson7777
51Luis Correa7979
52Sheeva Toraby8383
53Keith Alexander9696
54Keri Agnes101101
55Aaron Spear-0
55Alyssa Crosser-0
55Anna Small-0
55Cameron Pugh-0
55Dave Mashburn-0
55Marcus Fear-0