PDGA & WFDF Team Disc Golf World Championships

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The first ever PDGA & WFDF Team Disc Golf World Championships will be held in Vancouver this August (18-21) at Little Mountain Disc Golf Course (Queen Elizabeth Park) and Grouse mountain. We expect teams from a dozen or more countries to participate. Full details are available on the BCDS Website (http://teamworlds.discbc.com) and the PDGA website (http://www.pdga.com/teamworlds).

The organizing team includes: Steve Crichton, Leanne Fulton, Dan Laitsch, Tara Lynch, and Craig Sheather. Let us know if you have any questions or feedback!

We’ll be looking for volunteers to help with event management, clubs interested in hosting countries, and spectators interested in watching the best players in the world compete. Please contact us if you’re interested in helping out, and stay tuned for details!

Duck Finals

The following information has been posted into a Facebook Event by the event TD: Stewart McIsack. This information is subject to change, but did not appear to be available outside of Facebook so is being posted here for ease of access.

DUCK GOLF FINALS INFORMATION – April 5th 2016

1. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE:
Both AM and PROS will be playing 36 holes on Saturday May 7th and playing a final 18 on Sunday May 8th. At this point, the course will only be available for play starting at 7am on May 7th. This could change based on registration numbers and please check this EVENT page for updates. Here is the schedule:

Saturday May 7th

8am – Registration Open
9am – Players Meeting
930am – First Round Begins
1pm – Lunch
230pm – Second Round Begins
630pm – Dinner

Sunday May 8th
9am – Players Meeting
930am – Final Round Begins
1pm – Lunch
2pm – Awards

Should there be a revision to the schedule it will be posted on this site.

2. CARTS:

Shared cart fees are included in your registration for this event on both days. This means you will be sharing carts with 1 of your other 3 playing companions. This riding companion will more than likely change each round you play. Therefore, we are asking that you return the carts for inspection and fuel at the end of each of your rounds. 18 Pastures Golf Course will be taking credit card imprints of EVERY player at the time of registration. Unlike past events where 1 of the 2 riders must put down the credit card to secure the cart, EVERY player must provide an imprint in order to ride in the carts. This is because your riding partner may not stay the same all weekend. If you do not have a credit card to do this, you will need to ask someone else that is playing in, or present at, the event to allow their card to be imprinted on your behalf. Should they choose to do this, they will be responsible for ALL 3 ROUNDS OVER THE COURSE OF 2 DAYS EVEN IF THEY ARE NOT RIDING WITH YOU OR PLAYING IN YOUR GROUP. THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS. You will not be allowed to check in without this process being complete. Therefore, we highly suggest that you register at the same time as this person to make things smoother.

3. FOOD:

In your registration package you will get up to 3 food vouchers (whatever number you have paid for) to be used at the tournament; Saturday Lunch, Sunday Lunch and Saturday Dinner. This tickets are not replaceable, SO DO NOT LOOSE THEM. Put them somewhere safe immediately. You will need to remit this tickets for your food. There is a vegetarian option available for 3 meals. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SIGN UP FOR FOOD THE DAY-OF. Also, to ensure everyone is fed on time and things move smoothly, the kitchen will not be taking any side orders. You need to register for the meals in advance or bring your food, NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have not already registered for any of the meals and would like to, please private message Stewart McIsack in order to do so. Food numbers will be submitted on APRIL 29th to the golf course and at this point they will be final. We would encourage everyone to stick around for the Saturday Dinner and even invite your significant other as it should be a good time.

4. CAMPING:

The owner of the golf course has graciously allowed us to camp on site to allow for an even better weekend experience. They will even provide some wood for burning. This said, the camping is FREE, but it is REQUIRED that you purchase a Saturday Dinner ticket to camp. If you think about it, $26.25 is nothing for 2 nights camping, fire wood and a BBQ Rib Dinner! Because space is limited and we have quite a few people camping that I am aware of, please private message Stewart McIsack if you are going to be camping and what type of vehicle and/or tent you will be needing space for. This will allow us to get organized in advance and ensure you know exactly where to setup when you arrive. It would really suck if you had to tear down camp and setup elsewhere in the middle of trying to focus on competing. This is very important, so please message Stewart ASAP on this.

Finally, we are working on maps and a potential practice round. Keep up-to-date with this page in order to get the latest information. New posts will come out from time to time and all will be dated so you know what is the most recent information. We are looking forward to this event and hope you are too.

Ice Bowl – results

Thanks to everyone who played and donated to the Langley Ice Bowl this weekend. $1007 was raised and 156lbs of food collected, all to be delivered to the Langley food bank Tues the 23rd Feb. Big shout out to AceRunners and Jenne Brett for running a very successful event.

Ice Bowl Feb 20th – Langley

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Come out and support a fundraising tournament for the Langley Food Bank Feb 20. This PDGA C-tier event will donate 50% of net entry fees and will also accept donations by non-participants–100% of which will go to the charity. The goal is to reach $1,000; let’s do this!

Fun facts:

  • The PDGA has officially been supporting Ice Bowls since 1987
  • over 140,000 players have participated in over 3,000 events
  • more than $2.5 million dollars (US) have been raised and over 600,000 lbs of food have been donated by participating disc golfers to their local communities

Registration opens January 6 at 6:00 pm at AceRunners.ca

 

Important information for Jericho Duck Golf

  • First round will begin at 9:15 am sharp, with players’ meeting at 8:50 am. We strongly recommend you be at the course no later than 8:30 am.
  • The course map can be downloaded here: Jericho-Coursemap.
  • In case you may not be able to attend, the deadline to have your entry fee refunded is November 5th at noon.
  • Uncle Fatihs will be donating 80 large pieces of pizza at lunch. That’s one per person so you may want to arrange additional lunch and snacks. Lunch break will be 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on round times.
  • There will be NO day of registration or additions. If there are no shows, spots will be given to players who are already on the waitlist, and are present at the course before the players’ meeting. In case this happens, spots will be given in waitlist order. Sorry, no exceptions, Paul McBeth included.