The following paragraph have been copied and pasted from our North Idaho disc golf club website. With NWDGN as a wider used location for information relating to Disc golf , here it is.
This idea has come up in the last few years. Scott and Jack W. spoke to me briefly about it at last Sundays Corbin work party. I am requesting feedback not on a winter series, but on a NORTH IDAHO DISC GOLF SERIES ??
We have Corbin and C-hill parks, and of course the mighty Farragut st park course's( and the land at Heyburn st park)
We have a few past TD's who maybe willing to assist others who may be interested in trying their hands at tourney directing. Kris Cummings did a great job with the fundraiser he held at cherry, Nate R ran his FDGA league, Ben S ran c-hill league . With a few more people this might be something who's time has come.
Please spread the word and chime in if this sounds like something you'd be interested in?? TW
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black 3 / red 4
October 29, 2011
Post Falls, ID
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To expound on some of the preliminary ideas we tossed about
•a monthy Club sponsored event visiting each of the local North Idaho courses during the spring/summer months
•one day, two round format; or it could be as simple as a single round
•no sponsorships solicited
•no need for trophies, custom discs, player packs, etc. (although one batch of "North Idaho Series" discs could be a consideration)
•simplified divisions, if any
•payouts in cash, or could also make use of some Club schwag – or some combination of the two
•The Club has the essential setup for a tournament: we have a ScorePointe board, and Rapid Fire has tables and pop-up awnings available
•The Club would provide the underlying support: we have an insurance policy in place; the Club would provide scorecards, change funds, etc.
All in all it would be a very simple, low stress tournament for anyone to serve as the designated "Tournament Director", with the full support of the Club. Kind of a Weekly League event taken up a couple notches.
Just brainstorming at this point. I'm curious to hear what interest others may have in the idea