3rd Annual Battle For the Ukulele Results

There was a fierce battle for the Muletown Ukulele during the final summer bag tag round on Saturday, August 18th. Grant Kelley and Blake Harris ended up tied after 18 holes with the lowest overall event scores. After a sudden death playoff, Blake Harris earned the right to keep the ukulele for the next year, and add his autograph to it. Congratulations to Blake Harris for earning his spot in Muletown history along with the ukulele champions:


2018 – Blake Harris

2017 – Ben Kelley

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2016 – Chris Arant

Here is the event flyer:


2018 Muletown Trilogy Challenge

Muletown Disc Golf club is hosting it’s second annual Trilogy Challenge at Woodland Park Disc Golf Course on July 21st.

All participants will receive 3 unreleased Trilogy discs, a Trilogy t-shirt, a few other goodies, plus a chance to win some really cool prizes. All players will play the course using only the 3 discs provided in the player’s packs.

1 round

3 divisions available
Pool A – Intermediate, Advanced, & Open
Pool B – Novice, Rec
Pool C – Women

Pool A will play long tees. Pools B and C will play from the short tees.

Also,  there will be optional Random Draw Doubles at 4pm. Here are the details:

$10 Entry
Optional $2 Club Ace Pot
100% Cash Payout
3:30 PM Signups
4:00 PM Tee Off
Let us know if you have any questions.

2018 Muletown Glow Golf – Event 2 (Woodland Park)

Mark your calendars!
Join Muletown Disc Golf for glow golf @ Woodland Park on Saturday, June 30th.

Random Draw Doubles

Check In – 7:45pm to 8:15pm
Player’s Meeting – 8:20pm
Tee off – 8:30pm
Awards – 10:45pm
Leave Park – 11:00pm

$10 All In
$5 to play (Payouts to top finishers)
$3 CTP’s (optional 3 CTP’s)
$2 Ace Pot (optional)

Park & meet at the Rotary Shelter.

Muletown Midweeks – Summer PDGA League

On Tuesday nights this summer Muletown Disc Golf will be hosting a PDGA League with weekly payouts at Woodland Park. Here are the details:

Click Here for Current Results

What: Weekly PDGA League (Payouts after each round)
$12 All In ($5 Entry, Optional $5 CTP’s & $2 Ace Pot)
Long Tees @ Woodland Park

When: Every Tuesday @ 5:30 PM (Tuesday, 6/19 – Tuesday, 8/21)

Where: Woodland Park, Columbia, TN

Meet at the Kiwanis Shelter near hole 12 to signup starting at 5:00PM.

Let us know if you have any questions. We’ll see you there!



Summer Bag Tag Series

This summer Muletown Disc Golf will host a 3 part Bag Tag Series at Woodland Park sponsored by Southern Exposure. There will be plenty of payouts, CTP’s, Ace Pots and other prizes. You must purchase a Muletown Disc Golf 2018 Bag Tag to participate. Here are the dates:

Saturday, June 16th (Long Tees)

Saturday, July 14th (Short Tees)

Saturday, August 18th (Mixed Tees)

Signups will begin at 9:15 AM with Tee-off at 10:00 AM. We’ll meet at the Kiwanis Shelter near hole 12. Let us know if you have any questions.

2018 Muletown Glow Golf – Event 1 (Columbia State DGC)

Join us for the first Muletown Disc Golf glow round of 2018! This will be the first glow round ever hosted by the Muletown Disc Golf club at the newly installed 9 hole Columbia State Disc Golf Course.

We will play 18 holes on the 9 hole course (9 Holes x 2). The great thing is you’ll get two shots at each of the three CTP’s for the price of one! Also, the option to play for the Muletown ace pot will be available.

Come out and join us for this fun and unique event. The Columbia State Community College address is:

1665 Hampshire Pike, Columbia, TN 38401

If you have any questions please contact us at:


2018 Mulekick Open Scoring Statistics

The 2018 Mulekick Open was the first PDGA Tournament ever hosted at Woodland Park. With a full field attending the event, it was the perfect opportunity to collect some information on course scoring statistics.

Overall, holes 2 & 18 were the most difficult while hole 8 was the easiest. See how you you did compared to the field. Check out the 2018 Mulekick Open round statistics here:

2018 Mulekick Open Stats – Round 1 

2018 Mulekick Open Stats – Round 2

Updated Bracket: US Amateur Match Play Championships Local Qualifier

*** View the current bracket & match dates/times by clicking the link here. ***

Registration is now FULL for this event.

View the player list on Disc Golf Scene by clicking here.

The road to Emporia, KS and a shot at $20,000 worth of prizes starts here..

Muletown Disc Golf is pleased to announce that in April 2018, we will be hosting a local qualifier for the USAMPC Presented by Dynamic Discs at Woodland Park. The winner of this event will advance to compete in the State Championship Bracket (May 2018), and the winner of that will compete in the National Championship  Bracket (Emporia, KS: June 22-24, 2018), where the winner will receive a prize package worth $20,000.

This event will consist of 4 rounds of single-elimination, match play disc golf played over the entire month of April at Woodland Park Disc Golf Course (Long Tees) in Columbia, TN. Udisc will randomly generate the brackets. Competitors will be responsible for completing one match per week with their assigned opponent. If you win your match in the first week, you move on! If you lose, you’re eliminated. This continues with a smaller bracket each week until a champion is crowned during the final week of April. The tournament director will provide everyone with the match schedule once registration is complete.

The cost to enter is $45.00 for the entire tournament; all the way to the national championship.

The players pack includes 2 premium discs custom stamped for this event, one from Dynamic Discs and the other from Latitude 64.

First Place- Trophy Disc, $100 online credit to Dynamic Discs, invite to compete in Tennessee State Bracket
Second Place- Jr. Trophy Disc, $50 online credit to Dynamic Discs
Third Place- Trophy Mini, $25 online credit to Dynamic Discs

More prize details can be found here.

This event is open to:
-Current PDGA members with a rating 969 or below
-Non-Current PDGA members who have never been rated 970 or above
-Non-PDGA members
-You CAN play in more than one local qualifier event.
-You do not have to live in TN to compete in this event.

View the player list on Disc Golf Scene by clicking here.

Find out more info at the official event website here:

Event Schedule:

Week 1 (April 1st – 7th): Round of 16 – 8 matches take place during the first week of April. Match winners advance to week 2 (Quarterfinals).

Week 2 (April 8th – 14th): Quarterfinals – 4 matches take place during the second week of April. Match winners advance to week 3 (Semifinals).

Week 3 (April 15th – 21st): Semifinals – 2 matches take place during the third week of April. Match winners advance to week 4 (Local Championship).

Week 4 (April 22nd – 28th): Local Championship – The championship match will take place during the final week of April. The match winner will advance to the Tennessee State Bracket.

Tennessee State Bracket – May 2018

Championship Bracket – June 22 – 24, 2018 in Emporia, KS

Contact the Tournament Director, John Dale, with any questions at:

Muletown FREE For All – Waitlist Available

***** Announcing the “Muletown FREE For All” *****
Registration opens up March 19, 2018 at 9:00am CST. Field capped at 90


Hosted under the PDGA’s Competitive Endowment Program, the Muletown FREE For All is the ONLY free PDGA tournament in the state of Tennessee. This event is a perfect opportunity for players of all skill levels to play an event without breaking the bank. Invite your friends, bring new players and introduce them to tournament play, or just come get some free PDGA rated rounds!

This event will also function as a charity event for Maury Magic Riders, a non-profit organization offering recreational and therapeutic horseback riding that helps young children and adults with disabilities such as: cerebral palsy, down syndrome, stroke, autism, a wide range of learning disorders, and also for individuals with impaired mobility. 100% of our proceeds will be donated to the organization.

The event is absolutely free. $10 is required to reserve your spot in the tournament. Once players have checked in on the day of the tournament, they have 2 options: (A) Donate the $10 to Maury Magic Riders (B) Request a $10 refund. If you do not show up on the day of the event, your $10 will be donated.

Trophies will be provided for each division….. perhaps some additional prizes will be announced?



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