Registrations are running a bit behind last year, when we ended up tracking 408 contributors to the Ice Bowl. The best way to sign up is to visit Disc Golf World because you can pick up your player's package disc and mini set, as well as purchasing clothing, other plastic, CTP tickets, and mulligans. All purchases enhance our charitable donations.
If you can't make it to DGW, you can call 816.471.3472 and register with a bank card. Or you can fill in your registration form and mail it, along with a check to 509 E 18th St, KCMO 64108. Or you could fill at an entry and then scan it with payment information to email@example.com
. Or you can fax your entry to 816.471.4653. In these cases, you will pick up your schwag at the Ice Bowl, unless you want to stop by to pick it up earlier.
Ice Bowl in KC is more about celebrating our disc golf community while helping those less fortunate than us than a significant competition. However, we do want as many people to play at least one round, and hopefully both rounds. This is how it works. You need to post an 18-hole score to qualify to play the second round. You can play your 18 hole round on Saturday morning around 9:30 or Saturday afternoon around 1:00 pm. (These times will be finalized.) There will be shot-gun starts for Saturday rounds. Groups will be limited to six per tee. The TD, Ben Crosby, will do his best to accommodate your requests to play with your buds. You can also play your first round on Sunday morning by forming your own group of 5 players and teeing off no later than 10 pm. (You need to get your scorecard turned in by 12:30 pm if you want to be included in the 9-hole round.) Mulligans can be purchased for use during the first round only. Their use is highly encouraged!
Cards are determined for the second round by ranking players by their scores from the first round. This means that you'll likely be very closely matched (or at least have very similar scores) with others on your card. Players will be told which nine holes to play (top 1-9, top 10-18, DU 1-9, DU 10-18), and the player on each card with the best total
score wins a DX disc. The person with the very best overall scores get to keep the traveling trophy for a year. The KC Ice Bowl Champions who have won this trophy are 1998 CD Steiner, 1999 Laron Harris, 2000 Todd Henry, 2001 Al Schack, 2002 Todd Henry, 2003 Mike Davis, 2004 Brant Pfister, 2005 Bobby Villarreal, 2006 Brad Meyrs, 2007 Otto Spiers, 2008 Bryan Guthrie, 2009 Nick Winkelbauer, 2010 Cecil Cameron, 2011 Leo Daprato, 2012 Bryan Guthrie, 2013________?
Below is the honor roll of preregistrants in the order they they have signed up for the KC Ice Bowl. Please join them.