Good Pardner Doubles XL Layout

 

Rules:

  • 2 meter rule is on
  • Must cross grass (hitting wall on 1 doesn’t count)
  • Sidewalks, amphitheater, water OB
  • New flower gardens OB
  • All drop zones at violated mando

 



March 15th Sunday Doubles Layout

Back of course is unplayable due to St. Patrick’s Day festival. We will play an 18 basket modified layout on the front of course. This is a risk/reward day.. lot’s of ACE-able short positions, but most are resting just meters from the water.

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Volunteer Raffle – Mach Lite Disc Golf Basket

The Mach Lite portable disc golf basket is compact, light weight and made with high quality materials. The DGA Mach Lite™ is a full size collapsible disc golf target that has a folding upper chain assembly, folding basket assembly and folding support base. The basket comes with a carrying bag for easy carrying and for compact storing when not in use.

The Mach Lite portable disc golf basket is compact, light weight and made with high quality materials. The DGA Mach Lite™ is a full size collapsible disc golf target that has a folding upper chain assembly, folding basket assembly and folding support base. The basket comes with a carrying bag for easy carrying and for compact storing when not in use.

My fellow Disc Golfers, ask not what your tournament can do for you, ask what you can do for your tournament.

We are only a week away from the largest event on the 2015 PDGA National Tour, the Memorial Championship. The local disc golf community has been hard at working preparing the three courses (Fountain Hills, Vista Del Camino, and Fiesta Lakes) for this amazing event. Now it’s time to double-down on our volunteer drive..

To ensure a world-class tournament experience we need to recruit an army of volunteers. Volunteers will earn $5/hour towards tournament merchandise.. and to sweeten the pot we have a little raffle prize. The Fountain Hills Disc Golf Club has donated a brand-spanking-new Mach Lite portable disc golf basket. All volunteers (regardless of course location) are eligible to earn raffle tickets. (more…)



Disc Golfers Guide to the Memorial

Disc Golfer’s Guide to the Memorial

Quick reference guide for the participants and observers of the 2015 Memorial Championship.. food & beverage recommendations, course layout maps, and directions.

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2015 Memorial Championship presented by Discraft

2015 Memorial Championship presented by Discraft

2015 Memorial Championship presented by Discraft.. we need you

Guide to Memorial

Volunteers needed for the 2015 Memorial Championship presented by Discraft
The largest event on the PDGA National Tour is back and bigger than ever in 2015! The Memorial Championship presented by Discraft returns to Scottsdale & Fountain Hills Arizona for its 27th year – February 25th-28th, 2015. Oh yeah.. and this year Fiesta Lakes was added to the mix.

Putting on this large of an event is no joke. Ashley, Spinners, and others are working double-secret-probation-overtime to ensure the tournament is a world-class experience for the players and disc golf community.. and they need help. With the event less than two weeks away we need to fill the volunteer schedule as quickly as possible.

As a volunteer you will be assigned to one or more fulfilling, dangerous, and/or life-changing roles:

  • Spotting Analysis and Vector Isolation Specialist: In this assignment you will employ hawk-like vision to track the trajectory of flying plastic. You will estimate the approximate vector where the disc left the playing field and transitioned to the dark side. You will mark the estimated point of sadness (where the disc went out of bounds) with a flag and offer a humble nod and/or positive encouragement to the disappointed thrower.
  • Public Relations and Crowd Management Engineer: In this assignment you will combine the spirit of the friendly Wal-Mart greeter with the intuition and courage of Spiderman to create a safe, yet informative, experience for the visitors of Fountain Hills park. You will be stationed in the most dangerous positions imaginable on a disc golf course and your key operative is safety. Be prepared to answer common questions about the sport and remain alert at all times to sacrifice your body to prevent a disc from colliding with a civilian.
  • Special Operations Expert: This is just a grunt job. You run around and fix signs.. do water runs.. etc. Honestly it’s kind of a bullshit job.. but there is a chance you can roll on the golf cart with my buddies Burns & Roach.. which is rad.

So what’s in it for you?

  • FREE TOURNAMENT MERCHANDISE: You get $5 in credit for every hour logged.. credit used to redeem 2015 Memorial Championship merchandise.
  • RESUME BUILDER: You can add to your resume “experience as a Spotting Analysis and Vector Isolation Specialist”. That’s powerful man.. sounds rad and is sure to impress a future employer (or maybe even help convince your current boss that you really deserve that raise).
  • KARMA and STUFF: Regardless of your worldview.. you should get street cred, karma, blessings, etc. I mean.. if I was in charge, you’d definitely get special perks in the after-life.
  • MEAT and PBR: If you put in at least 4 hours.. I’ll invite you into my Fountain Hills home on Friday evening, cook you a steak, grant you full access to a cooler full of PBR, and continually remind anyone that will listen what a bad ass you are.

Keep in mind.. volunteering for this tournament is like getting a backstage pass to see the best players in the world duke it out for a huge cash purse. I recently volunteered at the King of the Hills tournament.. the players were incredibly grateful and it was rewarding to know that I made their experience better.

How to sign-up?

  • Shoot an email to events@fhdgc.org or comment on Facebook. Please include the day(s) and time. We could use help from early morning to late afternoon on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
  • Check out the official volunteer page: http://memorialchampionship.com/volunteers.php
  • We will take any help we can get.. but hoping to get at least 4 hour commitments.
  • Any questions? Email events@fhdgc.org, ask on Facebook, or shoot a message to the officials

Thank you in advance,

Spencer Hunter