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  • Discin' At The Depot - N.A.D. park Sat April 14 - West Sound Challenge



    The West Sound Disc Golf Association is excited to present...

    "Discin' at the Depot"

    Low cost, one day event at the Depot. For those who don't know... N.A.D. stands for Naval Ammunitions Depot park. Well, the park was combed for munitions or ordinance about 6 years ago, so the only bombs on the course are the ones we're throwing... but there's always been subtle talk of what lies hidden shrouded by the big blue water tower off hole #8. Wait... Is it a water tower?...


    The Details:
    Date: Saturday April 14th
    Where: NAD park
    time:9:00 am player check in. No pre sign-ups needed.
    Format: One round singles

    Costs: $10 entry, or $15 gets entry and a West Sound Challenge disc of your choice. (see the disc listings) Value, Value, value!
    (An even better deal awaits WSDGA current members playing the West Sound Challenge season)

    Sanctioned? nope

    Bonus features:
    Door prizes by random draw, including 5 custom HyzerFarm dyed discs!
    "Bounty" for best score at $50 or greater value
    "Ace Prize" at $50 supplied by sponsor, so its included at no extra cost.
    Probably some other cool or fun stuff
    And Have I mentioned the discs yet?

    The Discs!

    Blizzard Wraiths
    Blizzard Katanas
    Blizzard Destroyers
    Blizzard Bosses

    Star Ontario Roc!

    CFR Makos
    CFR Vulcans

    Metal Flake TFR Roadrunners
    Metal Flake TFR Teebirds

    This event is the first of 6 events bringing Value oriented competition to the West Sound. With Discing at the Depot being the first one - it'll be the first event to get your hands on this fundraiser disc haul, so come early!

    There's to be more coming on all the competitive goodness that will be this year's West Sound Challenge 2012, as presented by the WSDGA.

    West Sound Challenge 2012 contact: Yardbird
    West Sound Challenge website: linked up on www.wsdga.org check it out!

    Last edited by WestsoundBT; March 14th, 2012, 02:40 PM. Reason: corrected Roc mold

  • #2
    OK, Now we're talking!!!
    Basket thieves

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    • #3
      Another added bonus is that all rounds played in the West Sound Challenge events will be rated, just not official PDGA rated.

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      • #4
        does it count?

        Originally posted by Yardbird View Post
        Another added bonus is that all rounds played in the West Sound Challenge events will be rated, just not official PDGA rated.
        I don't understand what that means...so it does count..sort of? what?
        "When a ball dreams, it dreams it is a frisbee."

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        • #5
          The events in the West Sound Challenge are not sanctioned with the PDGA. So, the rated rounds will not count towards your PDGA rating.

          The ratings calculator that is used is very similar to the same rating system used by the PDGA. The end result? A personal round rating will be determined to show how well you played for that given round.

          FYI, there is rumor that the Final event might be PDGA sanctioned as a C-tier. If that happens, then the rated rounds will count towards your PDGA rating.
          Last edited by Yardbird; March 14th, 2012, 10:23 AM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Yardbird View Post
            The events in the West Sound Challenge are not sanctioned with the PDGA. So, the rated rounds will not count towards your PDGA rating.

            The ratings calculator that is used is very similar to the same rating system used by the PDGA. The end result? A personal round rating will be determined to show how well you played for that given round.

            FYI, there is rumor that the Final event might be PDGA sanctioned as a C-tier. If that happens, then the rated rounds will count towards your PDGA rating.
            ok thanks for the clarification! I get it
            "When a ball dreams, it dreams it is a frisbee."

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            • #7
              The 2012 West Sound Fundraiser discs are in.

              Here's a picture (Metal flake Road Runner, MF Teebird, & Blizzard Destroyer).





              FYI, I might bring the Metal Flake discs with me to the TDG Final at Shelton.

              Players at the first West Sound Challenge event (NAD, April 14th) will get the first chance to get the Blizzard discs (Wraith, Katana, Boss, Destroyer).

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              • #8
                Click here for more info on the West Sound Challenge

                Fundraiser Event for the West Sound Disc Golf Association

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                • #9
                  Less than a week to go!

                  Don't miss this one if you can make it. Aside from the Bremerton parks Fall Fling later in the year, this might perhaps be the only other N.A.D. based tourney-like singles event this year for most golfers.



                  cause after this, its on to the Hyzer Farm Open!
                  (don't worry, it'll get its own thread)

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                  • #10
                    A special thanks to all the players that came out to NAD Park for "Discin' at the Depot"

                    The first of six West Sound Challenge events.

                    There are 5 more events left in the season. One per month. Click here for more info.

                    By the way, there were 67 players that showed up to play. Not too bad for a one round event with no cash payout and $250 in prizes up for grabs.

                    The next West Sound Challenge event is the Hyzer Farm Open, May 12th at Dalaiwood.
                    Last edited by Yardbird; April 16th, 2012, 08:48 AM.

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                    • #11
                      I want to give a shout out to whoever designed the posters for events 1 & 2.
                      That is some of the best disc-golf-related artwork I've ever seen!

                      Are they going to be available for purchase in a framable size, such as 18x24"?

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                      • #12
                        Jeff,

                        You'll have to make the trip up to Dalaiwood and find out.

                        Seriously, Brian Thornton is the West Sound artist that is responsible for all the awesome artwork. He might be persuaded to sell some prints if the demand is there.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Jeff Hemmerling View Post
                          I want to give a shout out to whoever designed the posters for events 1 & 2.
                          That is some of the best disc-golf-related artwork I've ever seen!

                          Are they going to be available for purchase in a framable size, such as 18x24"?
                          Brian does GREAT work. You should see some of his other stuff!
                          Basket thieves

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