Throw Pink Event in Rock Hill

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Let your hair down, play disc golf, get some exercise, meet new friends, and help put an end to breast cancer… all before lunch time. Come join us at Fewell Park in Rock Hill, S.C., on October 4th for Throw Pink. Ladies of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to attend. It all starts with a disc golf instructional…

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EDGE Expands Curriculum

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An expanded classroom curriculum and a more user friendly version of the popular Skill Shot competition are two big things on the horizon for EDGE in 2015. Started in 2001, Educational Disc Golf Experience propelled disc golf forward by introducing the sport to schools and plugging in disc golf related concepts into subject matter. More than 1,500 schools nationwide participate…

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Ray & Hanson Battle in Perf. Flight

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Jonathan Ray still leads the Performance Flight after two rounds and Nick Hanson still trails him by one stroke. Ray of Memphis, TN, beat his projected 81 by six strokes on Thursday and is besting his projected by a total of 22 strokes. Hanson (-21) of South Dakota, beat his projected 74 also by six strokes. Others in the hunt…

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McCray Surges, but McBeth Still Leads

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Paul McBeth cooled down during Round 2 of the USDGC on Thursday with a 60 (-7), but it was still enough to keep a fairly comfortable lead over second place, which shifted to JohnE McCray, who is five strokes back of McBeth’s (-21) for the Championship. Others still in it are: Patrick Brown (-15 ), 2-time US Champ Will Schusterick…

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Disc Golf Exploding in Popularity

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There’s no denying it, the growth of disc golf has made America take notice. More and more people pick up discs and head to a local course every year. And that means disc golf has become serious business for retailers and a must-have activity for public parks. “Disc golf is not a fad. It has grown organically. But it’s not…

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McBeth Leaps Ahead

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Looks like Paul McBeth has picked up right where he left off when he broke the Winthrop Gold Course record with a 52 (-15) in the final round of the 2013 USDGC. McBeth nearly equaled that score on Wednesday during the first round of the USDGC, shooting a stunning 53 (-14) that gave him the lead. Others with a hot…

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Hot Rounds in Perf. Flight

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Several Performance Flight players had hot rounds on Wednesday to start their USDGC week. Leading the way was Jonathan Ray of Memphis, TN, who punished his projected 81 by 16 strokes. Right behind him is Nick Hanson (-15) followed by Nathaniel Romans (-10); and Scott Reek, last year’s runner up Kevin Tritten and Clayton Nash are at (-9). Ray was…

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A Green and Pink Players Meeting

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Neon green and pink were the featured colors during the Player Meeting held Tuesday Night at the USDGC. Not long after USDGC Chairman Harold Duvall began speaking, the event’s entire staff clad in their 2014 neon green staff shirts were welcomed to the stage and were met with a standing ovation from the players. “This is the secret sauce of…

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