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Way more fun than watching curling 

Tuesday, February 23, 2010  by John Borelli

You said last week you'd register, but did you? Tomorrow is the last day to register to watch the Discraft Memorial live on the Internet for only $10. After that, it goes up to $20.

> Register here

Keep track of the handful of New England golfers that are playing in this major disc golf tournament. It's way better than watching curling! top Top > Comments   (3 comments)

Forum is down 

Monday, February 22, 2010  by John Borelli

As you may have noticed, the discussion forum is down because we have exceeded our monthly bandwidth allotment. While we try to solve the problem, please go outside and throw some plastic before the crappy weather returns! top Top > Comments   (5 comments)

Warm weather ahead? Play one of these events! 

Thursday, February 18, 2010  by John Borelli

It looks like a warm weekend ahead, so get out there and play one of these tournaments!

> Winter Winds doubles (Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA)
> Woodland Valley Ice Bowl (Woodland Valley Disc Golf, Limerick, ME) top Top > Comments   (1 comments)

Top 10 reasons you should subscribe to the Memorial Championship live Internet broadcast 

Tuesday, February 16, 2010  by John Borelli

Looks like a few golfers from New England are registered in the Memorial. Good luck!

> Pro: Pete Johnson (MA)
> AM: Mike Kendall (ME), John Monty Montgomery (ME), Timber Patrick (ME), Michael Ballestas (CT)

A good chunk of this year's Discraft Memorial Championship being held in Arizona March 3-5 will be broadcast live over the Internet. Sign up before Feb. 24 and pay only $10 (regularly $20). The more people that subscribe, the more coverage they can provide.

All registered subscribers are entered in daily sweepstakes.

> Subscribe here
> Memorial Championship website

Here are the top 10 reasons, courtesy of the PDGA:

10. The Fountain Hills Course in Arizona will make for a spectacular disc golf backdrop during the broadcast and help us all forget about this brutal winter.

9. You can get the answer to one of disc golf's persistent questions..."How big will Nikko's hair be this season?"

8. For only $9.99 you can watch the show live Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday AND then again whenever it's convenient for you with our archived Video on Demand system.

7. You'll get a kick out of how quickly players go to putt, once they see the ominious fountain plume launch hundreds of feet into the air, knowing the resulting wind is only seconds away from altering playing conditions.

6. There will be over $2500 worth of prizes given away to registered viewers throughout all three days of our live broadcast.

5. Watching online guarantees that you will not suffer the same fate as most of the disc golf snow birds, who will show up Thursday with sun-burned faces saying, "The sun didn't feel that hot when I was out here yesterday!"

4. We will be providing LIVE SATELLITE coverage of Amateur disc golfers throughout the day Thursday from Fountain Hills!

3. Our broadcast team of David Greenwell, Terry Miller, and Jim Oates will be providing expert analysis of the action throughout our entire live broadcast.

2. Your support will show outside companies, who are waiting to see what happens, that disc golf is ready for business!

1. The Memorial Championship winner is a reliable predictor of who will be the dominating force in disc golf during the entire disc golf season!

> Register here. top Top

W. Thompson Ice Bowl raises nearly $600 

Monday, February 15, 2010  by John Borelli

From TD Steve Dakai:

Troy Manni out-dueled veteran Daniel Marcus to win the Pro division in the first annual West Thompson Ice bowl in N. Grosvenordale, CT on Sat. Feb. 13. The event raised almost $600 for the local food bank, TEEG.

Daniel posted the hot round with a 48 in the first round. Troy, Brian Harrington, and Aaron Ala were all looking to take control in the second round and put some heat on Daniel. In the end, Troy’s 102 prevailed over Daniel’s 104. Brian settled for 3rd with a 105, Greg Wintrob shot a 106 and moved into 4th, and Aaron fell to 5th with a 107.

In the Amateur division, John Tserpes threw a 111 to take the AM1 crown for his best finish ever at West Thompson Lake. Chris Irvine’s 113 took second, followed by Kevin Kazierski 115, Mark Valis 117, and Greg Aucoin 118.

Bill Dunne took the Masters with a 128. Pete Charron’s 119 won the AM2 division and Heather Eng outlasted Nicky King to win the Women’s division with a 144.

In the Recreational division, Rich Vontell and Dennis McMahon needed a sudden death tiebreaker to crown a champion. Rich took it down with a 151. Welcome to disc golf guys!

Thanks for the support of this worthwhile event! top Top

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