Saturday, February 10th: Muletown Ice Bowl Benefitting Harvest Share Food Pantry

Join Muletown Disc Golf on Saturday, February 10th as we host the 2018 Muletown Ice Bowl benefitting Maury County Harvest Share Food Pantry. This is a great opportunity for disc golfers to give back to our community while having fun. All proceeds will go to fight hunger in Maury County through Harvest Share.


Saturday, February 10th, 2018

Signups Start @ 11:00AM
Players Meeting @ 11:45AM
Tee-Off @ 12:00PM


Woodland Park in Columbia, TN
Meet at the Kiwanis Shelter near Hole 12


Bring Your Own Partner (BYOP) Doubles – $20 entry per team

One round of 18 holes with a fun twist – Hole Sponsors choose the shot type or stipulation that players must use on the sponsored hole (eg., forehand drives, turbo putts)

Pro Division: Long Tees
Am Division: Short Tees

There will also be an optional Food Donation Challenge. The individual donating the most food (in pounds) wins a prize. Suggested food donations can be found by clicking the link here.


Each division winning team wins $50 and two Official 2018 Muletown Ice Bowl Champion trophies

Multiple CTP Prizes for each division (Am & Pro)

Optional $2 buy in to win the current Muletown Disc Golf Ace Pot. The $2 will go to Harvest Share.

Hole Sponsorships:

Hole sponsorships are available for a minimum donation of $25

Sponsorship will include your name or custom message on a sign at your sponsored hole. You also will be able to specify how event participants must play your hole (e.g., forehand drives, turbo putts, etc..)

To sponsor a hole, contact John Dale via email by Saturday 02/03/18 at:

View current hole sponsorship availability here.


This is Muletown Disc Golf’s first time participating in the Ice Bowl global disc golf event.  Since 1996, Ice Bowl has raised over $3.8 million for local charities, including $331K in 2017. The global Ice Bowl goal for 2018 is $375K. View the worldwide Ice Bowl schedule at

The mission of Maury County Harvest Share Food Pantry is to provide food and comfort to those unable to help themselves. As of today they have distributed thousands upon thousands of pounds of food to the starving men, women and children of Maury County.  Find out more about Harvest Share at their website:


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