Kansas City Disc Golf Events Calendar
June 2013 – January 2014
This is a charity trophy only event to benefit Bikers Agains Child Abuse. It is a one day, two round tournament. Players pack will include a commemorative disc, event shirt, and whatever else we can come up with. Lunch will be served between rounds.
Check-In at 8:00 a.m. Players meeting at 9:00 am. First round begins after players meeting. Closest to the Pin Contest after all score cards are tuned in at end of day.
CTP playoff at the end of the tournament for baskets. Winners in each division will receive and Innova Travel Basket. The overall winner will receive and
Innova Sport Basket instead of travel basket for their division
Divisions include Masters, Advanced, Womens, Novice, and Juniors under 14 years old.
When: Saturday, September 14th, 2013
Where: Cliff Drive Disc Golf Course at Kessler Park
What: PDGA C-Tier Tournament
Why: Raise money to plant trees at the course
Fees: All Open Divisions- $45
All Amateur Divisions – $35
Ace Fund – $2
Non-PDGA Members – Additional $10
*Amateur Divisions Will Play for Trophy Discs*
Register/Check-In by 8:30 am – Players Meeting at 9:00
72 Players Maximum – Pre-Registration is Suggested and Appreciated
*Ams Must be Pre-Registered by Wed Sept 4th to receive a Players Pack*
For Questions/Registration/Additional Information:
TD: Drew Neitzel 816-237-0813 firstname.lastname@example.org
To Register: www.dynamicdiscs.com/disc-golf-tournaments/
Come celebrate the richness of the Historic Northeast by joining in our first annual Community Harvest in the Park.
Festivities will begin with a Disc Golf tournament, followed by games, food, and live music from local bands.
Disc Golf Tournament starts at 9:00 A.M. Games, food and live music start at 11:00 A.M
All proceeds will benefit Jerusalem Farm, a non-profit organization which addresses the home-repair needs for low-income families/individuals and also focuses on community building.
$40 Registration includes: entry into the tournament, lunch, event t-shirt, commemorative mini-disc, Jerusalem Farm bumper sticker, entry into longest drive and closest to the pin competitions, and two raffle tickets.
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Please Join Us on October 5th, 2013 for the 3rd Annual Disc Golf and Family Fun to benefit Hopefaith Ministries.
Disc Golf Tournament:
$200 for a Team of 4 (Food and Drink Included)
Registration at 9am
9:30 Ring Of Fire Kick-off
10:00am Tournament Play Starts (Shotgun Start)
Amazing Awards and Prizes after Tournament: Overall Best Team, Closest to pin, (2) Longest Drive, Longest Putt
Family fun activities10:00am-6:00pm:
$35 Family of 4
$50 Family of 6
$5-$10 Pumpkin Patch and Decorating Area
Food, drinks, bounce houses, face paint, pumpkin patch, games, music, animals, and mini disc golf for the kids.
Lunch at 12:00
Come on Out, Relax, Have fun, and you can bring the whole family.
Friends and family welcomed to walk course with you and your team.
Pros and Beginners are welcomed (Red and Blue)
100% of all proceeds go to Hopefaith Ministries
Registration Is Now OPEN!!!http://www.hopefaithministries.org/discgolf!
The 27th Annual Kansas City Ice Bowl will be held at Rosedale Park on Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26. The KCFDC has set its charitable goal high this year—$10K for our historic beneficiaries: Bishop Sullivan Center’s Saint James Place Food Pantry and Harvesters: the Community Food Network.
To give us a chance to reach this goal, please download the Sponsorship Form and the Pledge Sheet. The Sponsorship Form is four pages long: the first page describes the mission, pages two and three include the sponsorship options and a sponsor agreement, and page four offers a brief description of the KCFDC and of disc golf.
The various sponsorship options ask for both money (to go directly to the charities) and goods and services that we can use to trim operating expenses and provide prizes for the CTP contest and/or a raffle. Thus, there are sponsorships for printing, power (generator), heat, groceries, beer, non-alcoholic beverages, and a chili-contest prize. While our cause is a good one, most companies get many similar solicitations during the year. This means that we often get sponsorship, not from the sponsorship form per se, but from having a personal relationship with the potential sponsor. So, consider asking for gift certificates from restaurants and bars you patronize. Or perhaps you know the manager of your grocery store. The sponsorship form will help establish your credibility.
This will be the third year we’ve used the Pledge sheet, which has raised about $1600 the last two years. This is where you solicit smaller donations from your friends, co-workers, and families.