Tournament Schedule

Jun 13th, 2020

Missouri Eagle presents: The 10th Annual Jared Hilton Memorial - Atchley Park - Lebanon, MO

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Jun 27th, 2020

The 7th Annual 8 Up Doubles - 8 Up Disc Golf Course - Willard, MO

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Jul 11th, 2020

Liberty Utilities presents: The 1st Ozarks Dam Open - Ozarks Dam DGC - Forsyth, MO

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Jul 18th, 2020

The 11th Annual Monkey Trap Open - JB Hunt - Springdale, AR

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Aug 8th, 2020

The 4th Annual Lost Woods Open - Lost Woods Golf Course - Theodosia, MO

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Aug 22nd, 2020

The 4th Annual Return of the Little Big Show - North Morse Park - Neosho, MO

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Sep 12th, 2020

The 14th Annual Dale Roberts Memorial - McCulley Park (Dale Roberts Memorial) - Nixa, MO

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Sep 19th, 2020 - Sep 20th, 2020

The 15th Annual 4 States Open - McClelland Park - Joplin, MO

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Oct 7th, 2020 - Oct 11th, 2020

The 32nd Annual October Friz - The Fairgrounds - Winfield, KS

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Oct 24th, 2020

The 9th Annual Marshall Open - Indian Foothills DGC - Marshall, MO

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Nov 7th, 2020

The 12th Annual Disc Golf Monkey Finale - Pirates Ridge DGC - Calico Rock, AR

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Nov 21st, 2020

3rd Annual Encore - TBA - TBA

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Dec 12th, 2020

The 10th Annual Winter Blast - Grubaugh Park, Ozark, MO

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The 10th Annual Jared Hilton Memorial Update - May 20th, 2020

We are in the process of reinstating the 10th Annual Jared Hilton Memorial as a PDGA sanctioned event. The PDGA Tour Director. Andrew Sweeton, has contacted me via e mail regarding the process. The State Coordinator has been contacted as well, along with the Lebanon Parks Director. Everything is being done on our part to make this happen. I will still not guarantee this will be sanctioned, but either way (barring any major National Shut Down), this event will happen. Registration will open at 9:00 a.m. Last year this tournament filled at 144, and the current cap on this event is 108 (3/hole on the two courses offered). Please register quickly if you plan on playing.

Registration can be found at Discgolfscene.com

Lucky 13 Update - Mar 17th, 2020

As of now the Lucky 13 is still on. I received another call this morning from the Republic Parks & Rec letting me know that due to the Corona Virus precautions the city is now limiting gatherings to 50 or less. With our event full at 95, the initial thought was to cancel the event. Together though, we have worked out a scenario that will probably keep the event going. Tomorrow at noon I will be posting the plan of action after talking one last time to the Parks Director. My staff and I are working hard to make this work, and although it may not be the perfect scenario, we are hoping “The Show Will Go On”!

Thank you all for your patience and understanding.

The Professional Disc Golf Association has cancelled all PDGA events - Mar 17th, 2020

The Professional Disc Golf Association has cancelled all PDGA events.

Both the Lucky 13 and Disc’n for Cheetahs events have been cancelled for the dates they were scheduled for, because of the decisions made by the PDGA.

Both the Republic Parks & Rec and the Zoo administration have agreed to help reschedule these events, so they won’t initially be completely cancelled just postponed. Please be patient with this process as it is new to all of us. You know I will take care of any refunds that are needed, but I ask that you give me a bit to find alternate dates to see if you can attend this event at that time.


Below is the link and reason for the cancelling:

https://www.pdga.com/announcements/covid-19-statement

The Presidential Cup - Dynamic Discs 5K/10K Ace Challenge Recap - Feb 18th, 2020

The Presidential Cup V

I want thank everyone who came out to the Presidential Cup V. Filling this first PDGA event of the year was awesome. I also want to thank Scott Kisling for the remarkable job he has done on the course. It was mentioned by several players that upgrades and cleaning on the course was definitely noticed. The tee signs looked sharp, the 10 concrete pads are great, and the whole barbed wire fence being removed on the outside of the property was a welcomed face lift!

The morning was definitely cool and the wind wreaked havoc on the scores. The entire first round was effected by wind and made the birdies scarce in all divisions. The second round was definitely different with nearly no wind until the last 4 holes or so. Despite the short course with several 220 or less holes, Swing Right played tough this year.

There were 95 players that played the 19 hole layout with 8 divisions. The bonus 19th hole served again as the 301’ “5K/10K Ace Challenge by DD. This hole was permanently put in last year for this challenge and is only open to play at tournaments. Unfortunately no one hit the big one this year, but there were 3 aces. This year we had a professional photographer who took both videos and still shots of the players. The videos were then played on the simulator big screens after the 2nd round. This was a cool added treat.

Division tournament winners:
Recreational Division (18)
Derek Green snot +9, Adrian Miller & Kody Kutz tied at +8, and Nathan Krandall’s +3 took the win.
Intermediate Division (20)
This division was one of the closest races all the way through the field that I have ever seen. Almost every place was separated by just one stroke. Challis Carter -1, Daniel Holston & Darrin Dodson -2, and winner Joseph Haynes won with a -3.
Advanced 50 (5)
Robert Covert and Brad “the Bud Man” Hilton shot +2 and Mike McBee’s Even par was good enough to win
Advanced 40 (8)
Dustin Murray +3, Charles Rector Even, and Christopher Stebbins took the win by a convincing margin with a -5.
Advanced (11)
The top 3 in this division had a significant lead over the rest of the field. Thomas Sloan & Creighton Temerius both shot -4 with winner Matthew Wulfekuhl shooting 9 down.
Pro Masters (8)
John Belty had a bit second round to get to 9 down. Rick Waggoner and I battled all the way through and had to play 3 extra holes to take the win with 13 down and a 3 on hole 3.
Open Women (5)
3rd place was Mary Abbott with a +14 followed by Brandy Monnahan +10, and 19 year old Katelyn Belty took the win by 1 shooting +9.
Open Men (19)
Defending two time champion Jeff Renner’s 15 down was good enough for 3rd, Gaven Ossenkop’s 17 down was one short of the lead, and “King” George Smith blistered a 44 in the second round to take the win shooting 18 down!

Great job to all the above, and the other players who cashed!

The raffle was a lot of fun with the Luster’s 10lb raffle donation being the big buzz item. Rumor has it there was quite a stir on the way home about that feast! Dougie Broom squeaked in this event as the last on the wait list. And took home the KC Chiefs colored basket. It was cool seeing his little Toyota with a shiny Monkey Trap in the back as he drove out of Swing Right. Congrats buddy.

Thank all of you for coming out to this event, and I hope to see you in Lebanon, for the 12th Annual Ice Bowl in 2 weeks (February 29th).

Presidential Cup V - Dynamic Discs 5K/10K Challenge Recap - Feb 18th, 2020

The Presidential Cup V

I want thank everyone who came out to the Presidential Cup V. Filling this first PDGA event of the year was awesome. I also want to thank Scott Kisling for the remarkable job he has done on the course. It was mentioned by several players that upgrades and cleaning on the course was definitely noticed. The tee signs looked sharp, the 10 concrete pads are great, and the whole barbed wire fence being removed on the outside of the property was a welcomed face lift!

The morning was definitely cool and the wind wreaked havoc on the scores. The entire first round was effected by wind and made the birdies scarce in all divisions. The second round was definitely different with nearly no wind until the last 4 holes or so. Despite the short course with several 220 or less holes, Swing Right played tough this year.

There were 95 players that played the 19 hole layout with 8 divisions. The bonus 19th hole served again as the 301’ “5K/10K Ace Challenge by DD. This hole was permanently put in last year for this challenge and is only open to play at tournaments. Unfortunately no one hit the big one this year, but there were 3 aces. This year we had a professional photographer who took both videos and still shots of the players. The videos were then played on the simulator big screens after the 2nd round. This was a cool added treat.

Division tournament winners:
Recreational Division (18)
Derek Green snot +9, Adrian Miller & Kody Kutz tied at +8, and Nathan Krandall’s +3 took the win.
Intermediate Division (20)
This division was one of the closest races all the way through the field that I have ever seen. Almost every place was separated by just one stroke. Challis Carter -1, Daniel Holston & Darrin Dodson -2, and winner Joseph Haynes won with a -3.
Advanced 50 (5)
Robert Covert and Brad “the Bud Man” Hilton shot +2 and Mike McBee’s Even par was good enough to win
Advanced 40 (8)
Dustin Murray +3, Charles Rector Even, and Christopher Stebbins took the win by a convincing margin with a -5.
Advanced (11)
The top 3 in this division had a significant lead over the rest of the field. Thomas Sloan & Creighton Temerius both shot -4 with winner Matthew Wulfekuhl shooting 9 down.
Pro Masters (8)
John Belty had a bit second round to get to 9 down. Rick Waggoner and I battled all the way through and had to play 3 extra holes to take the win with 13 down and a 3 on hole 3.
Open Women (5)
3rd place was Mary Abbott with a +14 followed by Brandy Monnahan +10, and 19 year old Katelyn Belty took the win by 1 shooting +9.
Open Men (19)
Defending two time champion Jeff Renner’s 15 down was good enough for 3rd, Gaven Ossenkop’s 17 down was one short of the lead, and “King” George Smith blistered a 44 in the second round to take the win shooting 18 down!

Great job to all the above, and the other players who cashed!

The raffle was a lot of fun with the Luster’s 10lb raffle donation being the big buzz item. Rumor has it there was quite a stir on the way home about that feast! Dougie Broom squeaked in this event as the last on the wait list. And took home the KC Chiefs colored basket. It was cool seeing his little Toyota with a shiny Monkey Trap in the back as he drove out of Swing Right. Congrats buddy.

Thank all of you for coming out to this event, and I hope to see you in Lebanon, for the 12th Annual Ice Bowl in 2 weeks (February 29th).

2019 Recap and Bringing in the 2020 Vision Tour - Feb 6th, 2020

With the completion of the “Tear Down This Wall Tour” 2019, the Disc Golf Monkey has completed 11 consecutive disc golf tours with the support of many. Pushing closer to a monumental 150 Professional Disc Golf tournaments, it has been quite an adventure. So many awesome memories continue to be made with each and every event.

I can not go any further without recognizing my tour sponsors. My tour sponsors are incredible, and help give players a good players pack and a solid payout while also providing raffles that have given away over 125 baskets and so much more. Without the financial support of the following companies the DGM tour events wouldn’t be what they are. I also doubt we would be flying high into 2020 on our 12th consecutive tour without them. On behalf of the players and DGM, I thank all of you for your contributions: Elephant & Castle Fine Arms (Doug Bowen), Fossa (Parker Asay), Creator Designs (Dewayne Banner), Fimco Steel (The Arbeitman Family), Intuitive Body Works & Massage (Ashley Wright), Swing Right Golf (Scott Kisling), Innova Champion Discs (Zeb Campbell & Sara Nicholson), Dynamic Discs (Derek Savory), Millennium Golf Discs & Discs Unlimited (Dennis & Annetta Volshultz), Disc Mania (Chris Brubeck & Dana Vicich, and The Educational Disc Golf Experience (EDGE) (Jay Reading & David Shope). You all make the DGM Tour events extra special... Thank You!

Each year around this time I sit down and reflect on the previous year. I try to recap the highlights and give thanks to all who are involved. The truth is, there is no way to thank all the many people who make the events happen, nor can all the many great things 20+ tournaments brings be captured in a recap. So much is involved, and with every step a relationship is formed in hopes that the passion for the sport gets transferred to the new convert to our sport. Whether it be the local club, park director, city board, sponsor, private land owner, or the players, it is my goal to try and promote the sport we all love in the best way I can. I thank each and everyone who has ever taken part in an event of mine in any way. Your continued support has helped me do my part in making Disc Golf the best it can be in our area.

I believe this sport sells itself if given the opportunity, but in order to keep things going, it takes a lot of dedication and help. Without sponsors above events can’t be funded. Likewise, with out Team Monkey, the events would not run as smooth as they do. All of us on the Disc Golf Monkey Team take pride in how our events are run. From the sanctioning, to marketing, to the turning in of the TD report there is a crazy amount to do in-between. Some of you know this and others it’s not even a thought. Either way, my crew makes it look simple and for that I am grateful. Kyle McClure, Jacob Whitehead, Kevin Carder, Michael Corey, Dasun Keyler, Brandon Shields, and Jackson Bekemeier, all make me look much better than I am. Thank you guys for all the work you do both on the front lines and behind the scenes!

Being able to give back to those in need, and furthering disc golf are two of the best things the tour is able to do. The following is something that all players can share and be proud of! I’m always amazed how generous people are when helping the many charities throughout the year. It’s awesome to see that not even bad weather stops the support. Congratulations to all of you for contributing over $11,000 in contributions in 2019:

$150 Ava Ice
$1366 Lebanon Ice
$3000 Disc’n for Cheetah
$325 Angelia Given’s Hospital fund
$400 Willard Charity Program
$1575 Winter Blast
$4000 EDGE
$500 Angel Tree - Calico Elementary
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$11,316

The 2020 Vision Tour has already began with the 5th Annual Ava Ice Bowl. Nick Helm’s, Bear Hollow Ice Bowl was the 5th consecutive tournament in Ava. The next event is set for February 15th at Swing Right Golf. The Presidential cup V is again sponsored by Dynamic Discs and is featuring the 5K/10K Ace Challenge. It’s not every day you are provided a chance to win 5 or 10 thousand dollars. All someone needs to do is make a 300’ Ace to collect! This is the first PDGA sanctioned event of the year and is one of 20+ on the tour.

This year’s 2020 Vision Tour will hold its first 15th Annual event! The 4 States Open PDGA A Tier is the longest running event that I have been a part of. The Joplin Disc Golf Club has done amazing things over the years and has made this tournament a favorite to many. Along with 4 States, the Lebanon Ice Bowl, Lucky 13, Jared Hilton Memorial, Monkey Trap Open, Dale Roberts Memorial, Marshall Open, and the DGM Finale have all been around for 9 years or more. These staples on the tour have continued to bring in large crowds crowds and often maxing out the field. I’m definitely liking forward to running these events for years to come.

Along with the longest running events mentioned above, the tour has picked up some super cool events/venues. Calico Rock’s Peppersauce Alley Open, Forsyth’s Ozarks Beach Damn Open, and Hannah Hills Open are all welcomed additions to the tour. If you have not played these courses, mark the dates on your calendar because they are all unique and special courses. The Luster’s did not disappoint in welcoming me to Calico last year and I look forward to going back for this year’s Finale! Russell Rosencrans effort in persuading Randy Richardson (Ozark Beach Dam Plant Manager) to put in a course on the land was a dream come true for him. This course has also brought new elements to disc golf in the area. Water holes will be less scary if you play there often. Last, on this list is the amazing Hannah Hills. This course is my new favorite. The 18th basket was set in the ground a week ago completing this private course owned by Vic and Diana Bentle. In only one year, with the help of son Michael Bentle and Jonathan Chambless, they have developed an incredible disc golf destination. Last year we held a C tier on the 12 holes that were finished at the time. It was a grueling format, but this year all 18 will be played as a traditional 2 round 18 hole B Tier. I am looking forward to these 3 new editions again this year.

I know I have not hit on all the tournaments on the schedule,
but they are not thought of any less. Each event is ran with the same effort and standard that DGM strives to achieve. I welcome you to all of these events, and know that not all are possible to attend for everyone. Be assured though, any event you choose to play will be fun and you will make memories that will last a life time. I look forward to seeing you and being a part in this 2020 Vision Tour. Aces, Deuces, and the lowest scores possible to all!

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2019 Finale Recap - Nov 6th, 2019

The DGM Finale Recap:
Results can be found here:
https://www.pdga.com/tour/event/43111

Disc Golf Monkey’s Tear Down This Wall Tour 2019 Finale (marking the 11th consecutive tour) was held this past Saturday at Empire Park in Forsyth, Missouri. Empire Park is owned by Title sponsor Liberty Utilities, who purchased the 18 hole course a few months back. There was ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of the course. Plant Manager, Randy Richardson, was in attendance and was very pleased with everything this weekend.

There were 80 players in attendance with 11 divisions. The day started out bitterly cold with fog covering some of the lake making it look like the start of a Hollywood movie. We had the players meeting to discuss the rules/OB’s and took a moment of silence to remember my friend and fellow disc golfer Charles “Chuck CVK” VanKempen.

This course is one of the most beautiful around. My group spotted a Bald Eagle shortly after we tees off on our walk up to the epic hole 4 (sponsored by Happy Hyzer). It was a special moment to kick off the tournament. When the sun continued to move higher the temperatures warmed up significantly. The first round was played in total calm, without a trace of wind. It was a picture perfect morning.

After the break for lunch, there was a slight wind that was a noticeable change from round one. The temperature seemed to be perfect. Despite the wind and gusts, the scores across the board were much better the second round with a few exceptions. There were some big numbers at this event as the water and OB came into play often. Water is not something many local courses offer. For me personally, water does something to my brain right before the release... ugh! Despite the big numbers everyone who started, finished. It was a great event and another memory I will cherish for years to come.

After the cards were turned in and tallied up, we moved into giving away prizes for the year long CTP’s sponsored by Innova and Dynamic Discs. The first basket sponsored by Innova was won by Forrest Barnard. The DD basket was won by Jackson Bekemeier. Big Congrats to both of you. We then moved straight into the last EDGE TCP raffle. There were some big ticket items adding up to over $2,500 worth of stuff. The Invicta watch and Limited Edition Tour de France Oakley’s were both won by Kendall Yost (lucky dog). There was a sweet DD H2O ranger bag that was picked up by Robert Covert. The Zuca Cart was won by James Montejano. The other Innova basket was won by Roger Richeson. Congrats guys and all other raffle winners. A big thanks for all the continued support of EDGE. You all Roc!

After the raffles, we went right into awards. I did make a mistake and put two Juniors in the same division that had a significant age difference. I have since corrected the error and 9 year old Blake Pettigrew will be getting his 1st place trophy and other rewards for playing in the 10 and under Junior division. It’s going to be fun watching this kid continue to Improve. 13 year old Aiden Carter took the other Junior Division. He too, should be moving up soon and will be a force to be reckoned with.

Todd Sander, with his strong showing +2 (would have finished 2nd Intermediate) smashed the field by 10 or more strokes. Dale Snowden came in second with a +12. Great job Todd. See you in Intermediate at the next one?!

There were three in the Intermediate women’s division. Mary Abbott was able to hold off local Priscilla Buechsenschuetz, and Callico Rocks, Candie Luster. Mary’s +38 was only three better than Pricilla’s score. Great job ladies.

In the Intermediate Men’s Division it was Arkansas’s own “The Sandy One” Bagger Braden Eads turning in a -3. Great win Big, but it’s your time to climb on up brother. Allen Heston and Chalis Carter we’re both at +1 and Tanner Sublette was +2 rounding of the top spots.

The MP50 Division of 8 was taken down by “The Bud Man” himself, Brad Hilton. Brad’s +6 held off Steve Stansberry, John Parsons, and Tadge Kavanaugh. What a great field for the 50 and over club! Great job gentlemen.

The MA40 Division (7) was taken down by 1/2 of the father son duo. Ray Presnell’s near par +1 was good enough to best Toby Rector by 3, Tad Odom by 4 and Mike Abbott by 6. Looked like a fun and competitive battle.

The Advanced division was a two horse race at the top. Frank “the Tank” Hebert, of Neosho and Ryan Elliott battled to the end. Frank’s 6 stroke lead was enough to hold off Ryan’s big surge in the second round getting him within two strokes. Frank’s 11 down and Ryan’s 9 would have both been respectable scores in the Open field (both would have cashed). Great job guys!

As it is so often unfortunately, Brandi Monnahan was alone in the Women’s Pro division. We have to find a way to get ladies in the open division to give this “cool cat” some competition. Brandi shot a +14. Thanks for your continued support and playing in the Finale girl!

The MP40 (8) Division was quite a roller coaster ride. Although I didn’t get to see the first round Dasun Keyler put together, the 51 was the hot round in the Pro Masters. Rick Waggoner was hot on his heels with his 52. Jackson Anoa’i shot a 54 and Chris Goodman and myself were at 56. Rick and I started with birdies on hole 4 gaining a stroke, but shortly after Rick caught fire and never looked back. Along with several great birdies including one on 11, he pulled away and never looked back. The battle was really for second. Jackson shot solid and cleaned up the few mistakes he made on holes in the first round, as did I. We ended up tied for second, with Chris and Dasun only a stroke off making it a four way tie for second. Quite a showing Rick! Congratulations again on a well played tournament and big Win!

The Open Division was a massacre as Andrew Presnell destroyed the field. I don’t recall in my 11 year’s of running tours, a win in the Open field with this big a margin from 1st to 2nd. Andrew shot a 43 and a 40 (-13 and -16) totaling 29 under! This was 12 better than a great performance by both Jeff Renner and Chris Eads who both shot -17. Rounding out the rest of the top were Micah Funderburgh and Jackson Bekemeier with -15 and John McCain with -14. All of you did great, and Andrew my hats off to you on an outstanding win! Well done.

I would like to thank Liberty Utilities for allowing me to build a course on your gorgeous property and to hold my Finale at Empire Park! Big Shout Out to Randy Richardson for the great communication and partnership. Thanks to Fat Daddy’s, Happy Hyzer, and Hooters for there help on this event as well.

My tour Sponsors are incredible and as I say often, I could not do it without you. Thank you so much to each of you:
Doug Bowen with Elephant & Castle Fine Arms, Innova Champion Discs, Creator Designs, Dynamic Discs, Parker Asay of Fossa, Disc Mania, Millennium Discs, Ashley Wright with Intuitive Body Works, Discs Unlimited, E.D.G.E., Keen, and Quality Trim & Sign.

To my amazing Team and helpers you are all Awesome: Kyle McClure, Kevin Carder, Jake Whitehead, Michael Cory, Brandon Shields, Jackson Bekemeier, and Dasun Keyler. Thanks for making the DGM tours so remarkable both from behind the scenes and front and center! You are all Rock Stars. Thank You!

See many of you at the Encore in Calico Rock, AR in a few weeks!

Gettin’ It Done Tour 2018 Recap - Feb 4th, 2019

It has been 10 full years that Disc Golf Monkey decided to embark on the uncertain journey of choosing Disc Golf as a career choice. In 2009 the first Disc Golf Monkey Tour was organized and there were 8 PDGA events. Needless to say the events were much smaller then, but the same fun and excitement of tournaments still drives us to push forward each year. DGM’s goal has always been to get people to play the game that has been a passion for so many years. DGM has been trying to “Grow the Sport” even before the slogan was cool!

This year’s 10th season was named the Gettin’ It Done Tour. It featured an edgier/darker and hungry looking monkey as the logo. Many people don’t know that there was significant meaning to the logo. Having been injured and playing hurt for over 2 years I had surgery to repair my knee. I was read to compete again, I was hungry, and the tour logo monkey looked like I felt. It was awesome as I shared with many people the reason for the “dark monkey” logo that many players could identify with the feeling. It’s always fun being able to turn your passion into something others can embrace and enjoy!

2018 was filled with so many great times and will be remembered for years to come by many. There were 22 tournaments featured in the Gettin’ It Done Tour, and man did we get it done. We again averaged 90+ at our events and maxed out many of the tour stops. Although there were some that had less in attendance the competition and atmosphere was not effected by the smaller turn outs. The big events like the 4SO and Jared Hilton Memorial continue to get better every year.

Every year there are highlights that need to be mentioned and unfortunately many will be missed here. Each year DGM tries to give back to the local communities raising food, supplies, and money for local charities. It was awesome being a part of two Ice Bowls and what we call our Winter Blast. The 3rd Annual Bear Hollow Ice Bowl held in Ava, MO kicked off the year by contributing $575 in cash and 145 lbs of food to The Heart of the Hills Food Pantry and Thrift Store. The 10th Annual Lebanon Ice also saw a record in money raised for the L-Life foundation in Lebanon, MO. A third charity event that was held was at the very end of the year held at Grubaugh Park in Ozark, MO. The Winter Blast benefits a the Christian County Family Crisis Center which is a women’s shelter. This tournament has served as a true blessing for those who play and those who receive the financial support. The last charitable donation that topped off the year was the contribution to the EDGE program. The Educational Disc Golf Experience was given over $3,000 from 6 events on the tour. This year’s total allowed us to break the $25,000 mark. It has been an awesome 10 year partnership! My hat is off to each and every player sponsor, and volunteer who has helped support all of the above charities.

Each year DGM tries to continue moving forward bettering the tour and events. Continuing the relationships with past sponsors and finding new ones to keep up with the rising costs of everything is a mission and challenge. Last year we had 2 A Tiers on the tour and all the rest were B Tiers with the exception of one C Tier. Although the Discn’ for Cheetahs event was a C Tier, it still had the same feel and competition as most of the B Tiers. Continuing to make these events bigger and better each year has been helped greatly by acquiring more sponsors.

As we all gear up for 2019, I am extremely happy to see what was accomplished in 2018. My goals for this year are to continue to build up the events and provide a fun filled tour for all those who love the support and want to see it continue to grow. My hope is to see many new faces, but to bring back the many seasoned players who have been along for this long disc flight for years.

See you all out on a course and may the birdies and aces be plentiful in 2019!

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