Some of the parks ask for a per player usage fee, which we use this to cover. We are accepting donations large and small no amount is too small! The LAFS year-end picnic was yesterday. You may register now with Bill Geibel. If you are interested in volunteering and getting more involved in the club, talk to Jon. To make a donation by cash or check, contact Jon McDowell. Intermediate All Ams get disc of choice with entry. There will not be PGDA sanctioning.
If you usually play am and want to step up to Open for this, you can accept prizes in lieu of cash. Kurt is hoping to run the Trilogy Challenge again. We will hold two general membership meetings per year, in April and September. In the meantime, we decided that for a vote to pass, it must get at least five votes meaning ties do not pass. We will try to hold a few weekend work parties and will eventually be keeping equipment at both Roland and Ship rock. The fee schedule is as follows: More info will follow closer to each event.
We are accepting donations large and small no amount is too small! Some of the parks ask for a per player usage buchmillee, which we use this to cover.
The other buchmi,ler included usage fees for the parks, PDGA fees, Web site hosting, and other small things. The tag you bring to a league event will count for the overall league standings as well as the tag you leave with, so there is an incentive to play between league rounds.
We will need lots of help with course work, as usual. Jon should have them in the next week or two. There have been requests for the club to get non-profit status. Jon took the 1 Gold tag while Bill Erdley took the 1 Silver.
This is a great event for beginners and experienced players alike. Online registration opens soon. First off, we have expanded the council to eight members.
As long as you accept prizes instead of cash you will not lose your PDGA amateur status. At this point, we do not believe there is enough money coming in to warrant the cost and effort involved in that process.
We will tee off at 6: We discussed how we will conduct member voting at length. Trhiller would also like to decide in the future what the expectations are for a council member. It’s time to Meet Muddy Run! The new site provides an updated look and feel, as well as better functionality. Should make things a little smoother at the end of the night. There was a discussion about the club selling discs directly, but we are not going to do that for now.
This event has sold out the last two years so preregistration is highly encouraged. We had a long meeting and got a lot accomplished. Bill Erdley is su;er on a brand-new computer system for our tag and handicap rounds. Next up on the LAFS calendar is: We will have 18 new baskets for the shorts and move the current short baskets to the longs.
If you are interested in volunteering and getting more involved in the club, talk to Jon. This will be a throw-back style event, with only two divisions offered, Open and Intermediate.
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We will be selling 12″x12″ microfiber towels to raise funds for the club. The fee schedule is as follows:. Muddy Run DGC is officially open. We’ve got a new style of tag in the works. Thursdays will be doubles for five weeks.
Disc Golf United (DGU)
The rest will be rhriller for end-of-year party and prizes. Each council member will get a two year term. There is a lot of stuff in the works for Jerry is working on a May tournament at South Hills. Kurt is hoping to run the Trilogy Challenge again.
Buchmiller Disc Golf Course installed baskets 20 years ago. Check In thriloer 8am-9am Player Meeting – 9: The LAFS event schedule is taking shape at https: Thanks to everyone who came and to those who helped to run things week in and week out. Muddy Run Disc Golf Course is now open to the public.
It’s now glow disc golf season in the LAFS area. You might not have given it a second look due to it previously buuchmiller an object course.
All Ams get disc of choice with entry.