Congratulations to our 2017 Spring League Champion, Peggy Stegall! Close behind in second place was Steve Swann. It was great competition and fun all season long. Full results of the spring league can be found here:
An “Ace” in disc golf is the same as a hole in one in golf. An ace occurs when your tee shot comes to rest in the basket. It is customary to commemorate this joyous event by having those on the ace player’s card and other witnesses sign the disc. Always carry a Sharpie.
The Muletown Disc Golf Club also awards the beautiful ace medallions shown above. An ace must be made during an official club round to earn the medallion.
Great shots everyone!
Collin Stetler * Hole 11 Long * 04/16/2019
Clint Wright * Hole 6 Long * 04/16/2019 – Match Play, ON CAMERA!
Jeremy Ary * Hole 7 Short * 04/27/2019
42 – 10/27/18 – Ryan Hintz
55 – 9/07/19 – Rachel Benedict
Random Draw Doubles
40 – 8/15/17 – David Nelson & Cameron Honeycutt
46- 6/26/18 – Aaron Clifton
Random Draw Doubles
44 – 6/5/18 – Aaron Clifton & Clint Wright
44 – 12/29/18 – Michael Hammock & Chris Arant
What division should I play?
This is a non-sanctioned event, and divisions will not be as defined as you’d typically see. We encourage players to use the guidelines below to select a division. The Amateur division is reserved for beginners to intermediate players. The “Professional” division should consist of experienced players ranging from advanced amateur to pro/open players.
- PDGA Intermediate AM and below
- Typically shoots above par (60) from the long tees
- PDGA Advanced AM and above
- Typically shoots under par (60) from the long tees
*NOTE* We’re fully aware that the PDGA’s Advanced division is considered Amateur. We ask that this group participant in the more experienced “Professional” division for this event.
What is the payout?
This is a trophy only event. The division winners will have their names added to the Woodland Park Open trophy plaque. The winner of the Professional division will be given a master’s vest.
No other payouts are available, though CTP and other prizes may be given.
What tees are we playing?
All players will play long tees.
How will bag tags be distributed?
Scores will pooled from both divisions (Amateur and Professional). Tag #1 goes to the top score, Tag #2 goes to 2nd, etc
Do I have to pay for a bag tag if I don’t want one?
No. If you simply want to compete in the Woodland Park Open and have no interest in a bag tag, you will not be required to pay the $5 bag tag fee.
If you do not intend to bring the tag back for Muletown league events, we encourage you to NOT take a tag.
What if I can’t make the event? How will I get a bag tag?
We have 75 bag tags available. Tags will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Players competing for tags in the Woodland Park Open will get first priority on tags. If tags remain after the event, they may be made available at a later date.
Make putting practice more fun with this app. Want to go old school? Download and print the paper version of Perfect_Putt_360! Now that’s retro.