Your concerns and disappointment is justified and I am sure if you sit back and think about it a little you will see that this impact is just change not for good or for bad it is just the evolution of Disc Golf in Oregon. Cris and Teresa have done amazing work in the development of competitive disc golf in Oregon growing the numbers significantly but they are tired and now its the clubs and players turn to step up and keep it going.
Now with most of the areas where disc golf has grown we have clubs that now can fill the gaps in. The tournaments can and will still happen, the people playing in these events will still be the disc golfers of this state and bordering states and the courses are still there. The only thing changing is the Oregon Series Machine which has worn out the Bellinger tires. So please don't get crazy
and go off starting rumors and such. I have been in contact with Mike Ruzika about the series and it continuing but not under the umbrella type organization that the Oregon Series Developed but under a slightly more independent organization of TD's that agree to hold similar events and contribute to an overall series, overall payout and overall crowning of a champion.
If you really want to see this Machine keep going get involved in your local clubs and courses, help out where you can, start attending meetings. Start assisting your local TD's they always need help for all kinds of stuff, yes even 6-8 months out!
Competitive disc golf is alive and strong in Oregon! Will you see to it that it stays that way?