Lambert is SC’s Disc Golf Teacher

Lambert demonstrates disc golf skills at the USDGC EDGE Village on Thursday

After spending countless hours playing disc golf, designing courses, and promoting big time events, Steve Lambert focuses much of his disc golf energy now on those that can barely throw 100 feet. Through a regular children’s disc golf clinic at a South Carolina school, to building school courses, to running his Charlotte Children’s Championship, Lambert, of Van Wyck, SC, brings…

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VIDEO: USDGC 2016 Round 1 Wrap Up Show

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The Disc Golf World Tour Championship is here! Here’s your recap of the first day action at the 2016 USDGC from Rock Hill, South Carolina, hosted by Jamie Thomas & 2009 Disc Golf World Champion Avery Jenkins!

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A Few Minutes with Eagle

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Eagle McMahon, of Boulder, CO, shot a 57 (-8) during round 1 and is tied for the USDGC lead. I caught up with him after the round to hear his thoughts on his performance. Q: What are your thoughts after the round? Eagle: It’s a four round tournament and I’m just setting myself up for the rest of the rounds.…

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USDGC Sees More International Players

Raimo Sokka at the European Open

At the beginning of the year, Raimo Sokka, of Turku, Finland, had his calendar out planning which tournaments he wanted to attend. Written on that calendar in big letters was “Get that spot to the USDGC.” “I set one true goal on which tournament I really wanted to attend. It was Disc Golf World Tour’s last (stop), but in my…

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2016 Dean’s Cup Preview

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The Dean’s Cup Invitational, hosted annually at the USDGC, returns for its third year featuring college disc golf teams from Augusta University, NC State, Liberty, and Oregon. Dean’s Cup Begins Friday As featured side action at the USDGC, the Dean’s Cup (Presented by College Disc Golf and Innova Disc Golf) consists of a two round, head-to-head match play event with…

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Greene Hits 10,000 Called Names

After seeing a starter used for the Final 9 of the 1997 Worlds, USDGC officials figured that a starter all four rounds would be something to set the USDGC apart.

At the USDGC, there’s an oversized digital clock near Hole 1’s tee and one man in particular has his eye on it: Andy Greene, the USDGC’s official starter. Greene has had his eye on that clock or one similar, as he’s ushered in each player prior to their round since the USDGC began in 1999. Friday he’ll call his 10,000th…

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