It was a windy snowy cold day for disc golf, but that didn’t stop 80 golfers from coming out to help support those less fortunate in our community. This was our largest turnout of any event, and almost doubled our biggest Freeze! I can’t thank everyone enough for coming out to play, without you guys it would just be Russell and I walking through the woods holding hands. As long people keep coming to play we’ll keep running the best events we can.
Thanks to everyone’s generosity we are writing a check to Maranatha Food Pantry in Chambersburg for $600! Thank you so much.
Thanks to everyone that helped behind the scenes that made this possible. Without the support this event wouldn’t happen, let alone be as successful as it was.
Greg Lescalleet and Leslie Lescalleet for all the cooking, hauling, handing out and checking in and just general overall awesomeness.
Cari Lescalleet for administrative assistance and letting me spend so much time on the course.
Russell Johnston for being the peanut butter to my jelly. And making a couple nice putts.
Thomas Moore for being a shining beacon of what a great club volunteer is supposed to be- map printing and CTB contributions
Dan Becker for cookies, score checking and general support at each and every event.
Matt Swartz for constant behind the scenes support.
Andy Johnston for lunchtime assistance
Dawn Gogin for making awesome mashed potatoes, even if Dick didn’t tell you.
Judy Stayman for scrumptious scones and cookie bars.
Mike Solt MrDiscGolf for CTP donations and being an outstanding tournament director that we all can strive to mimic.
Chas Ford for CTP donations and all the tireless and thankless hours spent as Pennsylvania State Coordinator
Ian Donnakay for the awesome trophy paintings for our winners
Roy Pitz Brewery for the prize donations. And for Daddy Fat Sacks, mmmmmmm
Antrim Township, ATCP Park Committee and the Antrim Road Crew for all the past and future support of disc golf and Whispering Falls DGC
Kelly Dunnavant for playing to my expectations and putting some extra scrilla in my pocket.
Anyone that calls the Falls their home
The big winners were Maranatha Food Pantry in Chambersburg- $600.
Disc of Choice CTP’s co-sponsored by MrDiscGolf Mike Solt
6B Kelly Dunnavant
7B Matt Blaine
15A Malcom Heber
23 Brad Beeson ACE!
27 Dustin Sullivan, Flying Dog 6 pack, sponsored by PA State Coordinator Chas Ford
Ace Pot Throw Off: I missed the winner and how much they won
Consolation Ace Pot- Bad Brad Beeson aced hole 23 but wasn’t in the ace pot. DOH! For his efforts he took home a fresh growler of Roy Pitz.
JGME : John Gregory & Matthew Evans : 80 : $70
Down Goes Hammer Time : Earl Frazier & Owen Hileman : 85 : $45
Erectile Dysfunction : Hawk Corrick & Dan Becker : 86 : $30
Team Loudmouth : Jay. Gobrecht & Linc Morgan : 86 : $30
Doubletime : Timski Minefski & Ian Donnakay : 86 : $30
Me and My B*tch : Russell Johnston & Brad Lescalleet : 89 : $15
Erford Assassins : Justin Weaver & Matt Hamilton : 89 : $15
Advanced Renovations : Josh Williams & Mike Sherwood : 90 : $4
Stoned Cold Sober : Brad Beeson & Chad Colins : 90 : $4
NASTY : Joel Provencher & Rob Smith : 90 : $4
Cracker And Son : Travis Foreman & Scott Hunt : 90 : $4
Bogey Free : Anthony Massullo & Travis Davis : 90 : $4
The G Grooves : Rick Romeo & Greg Wysham : 90 : $4
A Booger In The Bush : Eric Boger & Eric Buschman : 91
Salami And Cheese : Jay Hummel & Justin Seersman : 92
Slapsgiving : Kelly Dunnavant & David Newlin : 95
Bear And The Wolf : 99
XXXL : Greg Service & Justin Duncan : 87 : $60
Young Guns : Tyler Hamilton & Mike Beshore : 93 : $40
Team Yeti : Jason Williams & Matt Shaffer : 94 : $25
Silent Spice : John Buck & Malcom Heber : 94 : $25
Bagger Avenue : Gary Sheaffer & Steve Miller : 94 : $25
Team Name Optional : Andrew Bankert & James Elkins : 95 : $15
Ham And Eggs : Brian Fish & Steve Marinich : 96 : $15
EPDG : Chris Rogus & Jay Caton : 97 : $10
Fredrock : Billy Rommal & Randall Earls : 98 : $10
Team 540 : Dustin K & Thomas P : 99 : $10
Blind Date : Ben Shifflet & Ron Hoover : 99 : $10
Top Or Bottom : Matt Blaine & Robert Lovelace : 99 : $10
Black Rock : Pat Upham : Johnner Taylor : 100
Mirkin Parade : Conrad Pawloski & Tim McFillian : 100
Team Hawk : George Schaffer & Brett Boyd : 101
Team 304 : Dave Bostic & Jake Kaiser : 104
Gogin Boys : Dick Gogin & Brent Gogin : 106
Panty Raiders Of The Lost Ark : Wayne Trump & Dustin Sullivan : 108
Roy Pitz : Ryan Richards & Calvin Shearer : 109
Noname : Jason Beldon & Jason Salters : 110
PoorHousers : Robert & Luke : 115
Short Pohl : Scott Pohl & Mike Short : 115
6th Annual Whispering Falls Freeze, charity tournament
Sunday February 17th
*** If you are planning to attend, or know someone who is, please let me know for lunch purposes. Our volunteers greatly appreciate an approximate headcount.***
Invite your friends and spread the word!
Come play all 27 at Whispering Falls and help support those less fortunate in our community.
All proceeds will go to Chambersburg Area Food Bank.
• Bring Your Own Partner doubles
• Two divisions
-Paper (cash payout) and Plastic (merchandise payout
• Lunch provided!
• Lots of CTP prizes and side games
• Open to all skill levels
• Layout TBD
Even if you don’t have a partner, come out anyway, we will pair you up or you can play Schizo (one extra shot per hole).
Player’s Meeting: 9:45A
Shotgun Tee: 10:00A
If you can’t make it and still want to help out, donations for the food bank are greatly appreciated.
If you want to help with the event in any way, let me know. Volunteers are always accepted and appreciated.
See you on the course-
Thursday July 26th
1 round “tournament” to be setup at the Hager House next to City Park in Hagerstown.
Should be a fun unique disc golf experience. Come check it out.
Soar through history as we bring Disc Golf to the Hager House property. We will play two loops on our baskets, using different tee boxes to ensure an challenging round of Disc Golf!.
Registration is $5 per golfer.
All of our one day tournaments can be found here! http://www.hagerstownmd.org/index.aspx?NID=601
110 Key St, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740-6253
Work Day, this Sunday, June 29th. Lots of weed whacking and trimming to be done, as well as some light construction and hopefully planting of some baskets! Come on out and join us.
Fun starts at 9A.
Thom will be out this Saturday around 9:30 doing some manual labor. I will be out on Sunday around 830 doing more of the same. Weed whackers, saws, rakes, pruners, loppers, trimmers and water bottles are the necessary tools. Hope you can join us for some fun.
I will be placing a stock disc order rather soon. If you are looking for something specific, now is the time to ask. Lots of new models and plastic out there to try.
Still looking for some Harvest sponsors as well as CTB donors and lunch side dish preparers. Let me know what you can help with.
It’s quickly getting to be that time again, time for the Harvest! We have 9 new holes to play and it’s sure to be a good time. Registration is now online, don’t delay in getting signed up.
In preparation, I am planning on work days on Sunday July 15th and Sunday July 29th. The whole course could use a once over with a weed whacker, with some special focus on:
3B hillside/pin area
6 bottom fairway
10 hillside and A pin area
We are also in need of lunch help and CTB donations. If you can help with either one, please let me know.
Monetary donations are also a great help as well.
Any questions, let me know.
So far Thomas and I are confirmed for this Saturday June 2nd working on prepping the Falls. Anyone else going to be able t make it out? I will be there no later than 0830. If you join us, I recommend gloves, water and any implements of destruction you see fit. Weed whacking, trimming, sawing, raking and moving are the orders of the day. If you can’t make it Saturday but can get out another day, let me know and I can give you some guidance. Lots of weed whacking to be done.
Also, I’ve been in the arduous process of fundraising for the Harvest. I’ve had some success, but as usual, more is better. If you have any leads, let me know. I can send you our letter or make phone calls if necessary. Ask your boss, your wife, your grandma; $20 here and $50 there really adds up and helps us put n the kind of event people have come to except from us.
A small contingent of us are planning on making the trip to Codorus on Sunday June 9th for their PDGA event. IF you’re interested in joining us let me know and I’ll get you what info I have.
Any questions, let me know.