REEDY CREEK PARK
NEW YEARS DAY
2 rounds of handicapped singles
One During the Day / Tee at 1:30
One at Night / Tee at 5:30
Food and Entertainment in between
Prizes awarded after each round
$10 for each round
$15 for both
L.E.D. Lights Will Be Available
1 light for $3, 2 for $5 or 5 for $10
Glow Discs Will Also Be Available
Oatmeal Brownie Bar CTPs
Prize Drawings for Fabulous Prizes
Fun for All, All For Fun
REEDY CREEK PARK
Bradford Park DGC
Robert Caldwell Bradford Park provides a major recreation and sports facility for Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius and rapidly growing suburbs of northern Mecklenburg County. The park covers 210 acres. Bradford Park represents a unique partnership among Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation and the Parks and Recreation Departments of the Huntersville and Davidson. The disc golf course here is targeted towards intermediate and advanced level players with multiple tee locations and basket locations (used for tournament play). The feel of the course will remind you of Hornets Nest with a good variety of wooded and open holes. Some water comes into play here. Bradford Park Disc Golf Course also has some unique features including Cedar Alley, Holes 8-11 and uses various formations of cedar trees to create unique style holes.
For a quick 9 hole loop play 1-4 use the transition to #14 and finish out the course.
A little extra time? Play 27 holes. 1-14, 4-18.
Director: Robert Shelinsky
Baskets: 18 Innova DISCatcher
Length: 5650′ to 6660′
Par: 55 to 58
Park Features: Restrooms Holes 1 and 11, Ball fields, soccer fields, open practice field, play ground.
17005 Davidson-Concord Rd.Street Address: , Huntersville, NC 28078
To avoid traffic to Bradford.
Exit 23 on 77 North
Right onto Gilead Road
Left onto 115 (Old Statesville)
Right on Ramah Church until it ends
Right on Sam Furr NC73
Right into Bradford Park.
Eliminates all concerns of NC73 traffic and the craziness that is exit 25.
Go straight into the back of the park (softball field parking) and hole #1 is in the woods to the right of the playground equipment.
Thank-you players! Thank-you sponsors! You showed the hearts behind the discs and raised $2250 for the North Carolina USO AND sent the Marines 100 toys for Toys for Tots! We also learned that the Levine Foundation is matching all donations to the USO – NC during the month of December, so the total donation stands at $4500! THE CDGC ROCS! DISC GOLF RULES!
Dec 3rd, 2011
Kilborne Park (Short Course)
Register at 11:00
Tee at Noon
Plenty of CTPs
Ring of Fire (Prizes include a Traveler Basket courtesy of Innova Disc Golf!)
$15 Entry Fee/$10 if you bring a New, Unwrapped Toy.
$5 Optional Raffle. Raffle prizes include: A pair of Panther’s Tix, Dinner for 2 at Morton’s Steakhouse, Gift Cards BonTera.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
‘Tis the season to give back. This is a charity event, all net cash proceeds
will be donated to The USO, the toys will be given to Toys for Tots.
A lot of families need our help this time of year and this is a chance to
show the heart behind the disc. Come on out and play!
This Event Counts Toward Club Singles
Ladies and Gentlemen,
We will be pouring concrete tee pads at The Scrapyard in Idlewild Park Nov 11th starting at 8:00 AM. Stan will be directing along with Rob Kelly but WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN. If you have shovels, rakes, wheelbarrows, etc. bring them! If you don’t have tools please bring yourself, we will need all the help out there we can get. Work gloves will be a big help and wear clothes that you won’t mind getting a bit of concrete on. If you can’t make it in the morning we will still need your help to guard tee pads while they set and keep away the artists and dancers. Stan will be there until the park closes and you know how lonely he gets. So come out and help put the finishing touch on one of the many crown jewels of Charlotte disc golf!
THE CDGC ROCS! DISC GOLF RULES!
At Sugaw Creek Park.
Saturday, Dec 10th
Player Check-In 8:00 am
Players Meeting 8:30 am
Tee at 9:00 am
Open Men $45
Open Women, Pro Master, Pro Grand Master $35
Adv Master, Adv Grand Master, Intermediate, and all other divisions including Juniors $25
TD is Babette Martin:
Registration is closed on dgu, BUT, you can still register at Sugaw the day of the event!
The club meetings will be held at The Flying Biscuit in Park Rd Shopping Center starting tonight! Be there at 7:00 pm. Park Road Shopping Center is at the intersection of Park Rd and Woodlawn Rd.
It’s that time again. Time to choose the most creative, most awesome, and most functional costume to play disc golf in!!
What: “Kill”borne Halloween Event
When: Saturday, October 29th
Where: Kilborne Park
Tee Time: Noon
Cost: $15 with costume / $20 without costume
There will be a CTP throwoff for a Traveler Basket after the round!!!
Players packs, CTPs, costume contest, pumpkin smashing and more!!
Put it on the calendar because this is one event you don’t wanna miss!!!
Please let me know if you have any questions!
P.S. This will count toward Club Singles Points. Choose your costume wisely!
NOTE: This is a fundraiser event for the Ladies League. Payout will be 60%. (Normal payout is 80%)
SEE FLYER FOR COMPLETE DETAILS
Elon Park - Saturday, October 22nd
$15 Entry Fee
5 Divisions for Boys
5 Divisions for Girls
Includes Lunch from Donato’s Pizza!
8:00-9:30am On site registration & check-in
9:30am Player’s Meeting and Tee Assignment
9:45am First round begins (Short tees)
TBA 1 hour lunch break
TBA Second round begins (short tees)
TBA Putting Contest
TBA Awards Ceremony (1st place trophy for each division winner)
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TD is Steve Lambert (803)804-4124
Blazer @ Boyd Hill (Rock Hill, SC)
August 20th & 21st, 2011
PDGA “B” Tier event
USDGC qualifier Continue reading
Fall Fling @ Reedy Creek Park
Saturday Sept 24th 2011
PDGA “C” tier event
2 Rounds of Play:
- Morning Round – Reedy Original
- Afternoon Round - Reedy Stout
8:30 am Sign In Time
9:00 am Mandatory players meeting.
Open Men $45
Pro Women, Pro Master,
Pro Grand Master $35
Adv Master, Adv Grand Master, Intermediate & All other divisions. $25
Lunch Orders from SubStation II will be available.
T.D. is: Diana Singleton email@example.com
Sun King Doubles
Wednesday July 20th, 2011
Flex Start between 1:00pm-5:30pm
Bring your own partner.
Entry: $30 per team
Courses: Eastway Park Short Course
Midsummer Beach Bash & Party @ PaintBall Kingdom
Saturday July 23rd at 2407 Ansonville Road Marshville NC 28103
US Dubs 2011
SATURDAY, OCT 1
Players Party, Bikinis, 7:00 PM
SUNDAY, OCT 2
ROUND 1, POOL A (1st thru 36th place) at Sugaw Creek. Tee Time is 9:00 AM
POOL B (37th thru 72nd place) at Nevin Park. Tee Time is 8:00AM
ROUND 2, the fields switch courses.
AWARDS CEREMONY at Nevin Park. There will also be a Ring of Fire.
PDGA “XA” tier event – 72 Team limit
Entry: $100 Per team
Courses: Winthrop Gold, Sugaw Creek, and Nevin
Special Room Rates available at Fairfeild Inn Charlotte Northlake
This is an AM only Event.
Formats for each course: Winthrop Gold will be “captains choice”, Nevin will be “666″ (666 is a doubles format it will be 6 holes captains choice, 6 holes alternate shot, 6 holes best disc.) and Sugaw will be “best disc”.
TD: Bill Jacobson
I don’t care who you are, THAT was Fun!
Huge THANKS to Pipes, JJ, and especially all the volunteers who spotted and helped at tournament central. THE CDGC ROCS!!!
At the ‘Angry Beaver’ at Elon Park
August 6th 2011
This is a PDGA ‘C’ tier event
2 Rounds on Saturday
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More than 240 disc golfers battled the Charlotte summer and eight top-notch courses June 25-26 at the 2nd Charlotte Amateur Championship. A year from now these same Charlotte Disc Golf Club courses will be testing the best in the world – many of whom will surely be local players.
Charlotte resident Brad Ramsey (-19) had no problem navigating the advanced men’s courses of Renaissance, Eastway, Nevin, and Hornet’s Nest parks. Ramsey, who finished behind another local Paul Priest at the Carolina Clash, ended up beating second place Priest by two strokes. Also in the hunt were Michael Baranowski (-13) and Will Taylor (-10). Ramsey said he was right at home with each round’s courses. He even skip aced no. 3 during the final round at Hornet’s Nest. “I play those courses a lot. They definitely are a regular stomping ground for me … It was just like playing another round of golf,” said Ramsey, who lives near Renaissance Park. After several near misses at North Carolina tournaments, he said he was happy to finally put together an entire weekend of good golf. Doing it in your own backyard certainly was sweet for Ramsey. “I don’t think it’s quite sunk in yet. I think it will, though,” he said with a big smile.
In advanced women, Stephanie Miller, of Carrboro, N.C., took home the trophy after beating local Casey Schoonover by four strokes. She held on after having the lead after Saturday.
Other division winners include:
Advanced masters: John Rochester, of Charlotte.
Advanced grandmasters: Mark Beasley, of Charlotte.
Intermediate men: 13-year-old Aaron Doyle, of North Augusta, S.C.
Intermediate women: Amber Snow, of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Recreational: Brian Starnes, of Cornelius, N.C.
Junior Boys: Jonathan Pfeiffer, of Charlotte.