Carrollton Park DGC Handicap Singles League – Every Monday

This Gateway Disc Sports sponsored league started on 7/23. Not only is this the first handicapped singles league in the STL, but it is also the first PDGA sanctioned league (optional) to boot!

Get ready!

 

For the first couple of weeks (while everyone is establishing their initial handicaps), the field will be broken into 2 divisions (PRO and AM). Since this will obviously benefit the more skilled players, the $5 entry fee will spread around a bit. $2 will go towards the payouts, $2 will go towards the 50/50s, and $1 will go towards the ACE POOL. This will give everyone some added value until they officially set their handicap. Once your handicap is set, all of your $5 entry fee will go towards the payouts. The 50/50s and ACE POOL will revert to being optional “extras”.

On the topic of payouts, score based payouts and SKINS payouts will happen the following week. There is obviously going to be a bit of calculating involved with all of this, so expecting those particular payouts to happen on the same evening just isn’t realistic. On the other hand, if time/light permits,  payouts for the 50/50s, ACE POOLS, and FREE CTPs will be on the same day.

Soon enough everyone will also have the option of making their league rounds PDGA rated as well. Here is a link to the PDGA website on this topic – http://www.pdga.com/leagues. Hopefully it will answer all of your questions.

Please post any questions you might have!

Hope to see you all there!

(Legend on the Sign-In Sheet)
L = League Fee ($5)
P = PDGA Fee ($1)
F = Front 9 50/50 ($2)
B = Back 9 50/50 ($2)
S = Skins ($2)
A = ACE POOL ($1)

 

Pictures from the 2012 PDGA Disc Golf World Championships in Charlotte, NC

Results of Chuckfest 2012

This was another great year for the Chuckfest Disc Golf Tournament!! It was held in Calgary and Canmore, Alberta, Canada.

The tournament was a success and the Gateway discs were a huge hit. It came as a great surprise to everyone that they’d get such a cool disc to take away from the tourney. A bunch of guys were using their Wizards and Elements during the tourney and their shots always seemed to be parked next to the basket!

Here are the scores and a couple pictures from the event hosted by Kevin King!! Thanks!

 

Division 1

1 Rob Sharpe (165)

2 Reece Honour (169)

3 Jordan Walker (171)

4 Tyler Kiefer (172)

5 James Spencer (179)

6 Matt Hawke (181)

7 Kevin King (182)

8 Mik Woolf (182)

Division 2

9 Nathan Dorward (188)

10 Matt M (189)

11 Darren M (192)

12 Tom S (195)

Division 3

13 Ryan Sharpe (198)

14 Brad F (202)

15 Trevor F (205)

16 Ben M

17 Jordan R

18 Lloyd S

19 John B

Disc Golf/ Ball Golf Scramble – Saturday, June 30th

Come play the new 18 Hole – Par 68 Carrollton Park Disc Golf Course in Bridgeton, MO!

You do not need to be a PDGA or Club Member in order to play!

Each team will play one round of disc golf and one round of ball golf. There will be two divisions: Pro and AM.

Prizes to top third in each division, and CTP prizes.

Click here or on the picture for the PDF flyer.

Pictures from Farmington & the 21st Gateway Open

Here’s a gallery of pictures taken from last weekend at Engler Park in Farmington, Missouri during the 21st Gateway Open. Enjoy!

 

Results from the 21st Gateway Open in Farmington

The results from this year’s Gateway Open in Farmington is here!! CLICK on the link to view and save the file.
21st Gateway Open

21st Gateway Open – This Weekend!! – Hotel Info

The 21st Gateway Open is this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 19,20th, so act fast to reserve your rooms at a hotel near the course.

If you need reservations for a hotel, we found two cheaper rates in the area:

Super 8 - $70 for two bed/person room per night
Valley Creek Dr
Farmington, MO 63640
(573) 786-0344
less than 5 minutes from Engler Park

Super 8 – $55 for two bed/person room per night
Northwood Dr
Bonne Terre, MO
(573) 358-5888
about 25 minutes from Engler Park

21st Annual Gateway Open

Come out Saturday and Sunday, May 19th and 20th and play at the 21th Annual Gateway Open!

This 54-hole event is open to everyone and takes place at the Engler Park Disc Golf Course in Farmington, Missouri. Registration is from 8:00 a.m. to 9:40 a.m. and the players’ meeting is at 9:45 a.m. on Saturday.

More details are on the flyer available here.

Letter from a fellow disc golf player

At Gateway, we love to hear the success people are having using our products out on the disc golf courses around the country. We recently received a letter of thanks AND pictures. We are more than happy to share it. Here is an excerpt from the letter:

“I just want to share my story as a testimonial to the quality of your products and say thank you. Besides the dramatic improvements to my game, my time on the course has become more enjoyable. I am only beginning to unlock the potential for controlled drives like the Wizard!”

We really appreciate the feedback and congratulations on your 1000th under par stroke !

Recap of the 2012 Ozark Mountain Open

The 2012 Ozark Mountain Open was held April 7-8 and we had over 80 players and friends show up to camp and play these amazing and challenging courses.
We added a 3rd course to our land for 2012!!! The 18 hole, par 63, Spencer-Davis, was VERY well received, despite being an EXTREMELY demanding course both physically and mentally. This is one of the courses that you cannot let up on with tight tunnels, sloping hillsides, baskets on 15 foot high boulders and others on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Gasconade River.
In the Open division we had a three way fight for the top spot. Justin “Has Been” Bunnell took control of the Open division after throwing an insanely low 47 on Akita’s Run to lock up the top spot with a 169 for the tourney and Don Smith was nipping at his heels when he threw an amazing 52 on Spencer-Davis setting the course record. Smith finished with a 173 for the tourney while Bryan Johnson rounded out the top three with a 180. We even had Sarah Hokom, one of the top women pros in the world show up to give the guys a run for their money.
Roger Reyes held off Dave McCormack and a few other players in the Open Master’s division by throwing a solid 68 on Ozark Mountain. Roger finished with a 184 for the tourney with Dave McCormack at 189 and Tim Sullivan finishing at 191 to round out the top three.
The Advanced division was really competitive with Doug Buettger throwing a 191 to take the top spot, Christian Eck with 193, and Roman Karol rounding out the top three with a 196.
We had a great turnout for the Intermediate division and the top two battled it out until the end with Philip Green winning with a one stroke victory over Dominic Clark. Philip threw a 196 to Dom’s 197 which was a solid performance from both. Tim K. took third with a 208.
In the Recreational division, Andy Rhoder took the win with a 216, Brian B. finished second with 222, and Jordan T. rounded out the top three with a 231.
We look forward to seeing all of you at our Ozark Fall Harvest to play these three courses and improve on the 52 set by Don Smith at Spencer-Davis.