The 1st Hillbilly Shoot Out and Lebanon's 1st PDGA event is coming soon June 25th! - Jun 15th, 2011
The Hillbilly Open that is set for June 25th, in Lebanon, Missouri is just a week and a half away. If you have played Atchley Park recently, you know that all the baskets are in (not matching yet), but the course is under construction. The tee signs and pads are not in making it difficult to follow the lay out. The great news is I was informed today that the tee signs should be done in time, the concrete pads have been started and should be complete, and the matching baskets are finished being welded and will be delivered to the powder coater tomorrow and all should be done by tournament time!
The City of Lebanon, local businesses, the local disc golf crowd, and Disc Golf Monkey have been working hard together to make this course and tournament something special. If you have not had a chance to play the course at Atchley Park, you will be in for a treat. The course has a great mix of shots: short, long, elevated, tight, open, and everything in between. Come prepared for a great time on a challenging course...and this time there are no mulligans available (for those who don't know, all the other tournaments here have been Ice Bowls where mulligans have been offered to raise money for the local charity).
The Tournament registration will go from 8 to 9:30, followed by a short ceremony, a players meeting and tee off no later than 10:30. The field is limited to 90 and there will be players packs for everyone with the first 25 players getting first choice of the commemorative 1st Hillbilly Open custom stamp disc. There will be CTP's, Ring of Fire, and an EDGE raffle with awesome prizes including a basket.
TO PRE – REGISTER
You can sign up at my shop by simply calling and setting up a time. I can take cash, check, or credit card.
You can also sign up by paying on Pay Pal by sending your entry fee plus $2/ Player (a Pay Pal Fee) to email@example.com . Please include your Division, PDGA #, shirt size, address and Phone number.
See You All In Lebanon!