Monday, December 10, 2012

Raleigh Winter Jam



Please contact Robert at the info below to be added to the waitlist.
A PDGA Sanctioned C-Tier event benefiting the North Carolina Food Bank
All profits from this event and 5 dollars from every entry will be donated to help the North Carolina Food Bank!

Saturday, January 19, 2013
Required Players Meeting : 8:30 AM
1st Round Tee : 9 AM
2nd Round Tee : 1 hour after final card is turned in
Awards : Immediately after the final card is turned in

Cedar Hills Rotary Park

ENTRY FEES : (All PDGA Divisions will be offered)
All Pro Divisions : $50*
All Advanced Divisions : $35 * (Includes Players Pack Voucher)
All Intermediate / Recreational / Junior Divisions : $30 * (Includes Players Pack Voucher)

Since this is part of the PDGA Endowment program, there is NO $10 fee for a non-member / non-current member to play.

Send checks made to Robert Leonard to:

7412 Post Oak Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27615

Or Email me you name, PDGA number and division and you can pay on site.

You may also text this information to me at 919-389-5780



TD Contact Info :

* This entry fee is BEFORE the 5 dollar deduction. Payouts will be based on a 45 dollar, 32 dollar and 28 dollar entry fee. 

Monday, October 29, 2012

Tim Selinske US Masters Fundraiser Events

Tim Selinske United States Masters Fundraisers
All events are 1 day C Tiers with all profits going to the 2013 Tim Selinkse United States Masters!
The Tim Selinkse United States Masters is a PDGA Major being held in Burlington on May 17 – May 19!
Schedule of events:
Event 1 – Sunday December 2, 2012 – Superclass Event – Played at Wellspring (Burlington) – TD is Jon Owens
Event 2 – Saturday January 5, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Pine Cone Crush (Southern Pines) – TD is Chuckster
Event 3 – Saturday February 2, 2013 – Bring Your Own Partner Doubles – Played at Cedarock (Burlington)–TD is Jon Owens**

Event 4 - Saturday February 9, 2013 - Singles Event - Played at Kilbourne (Charlotte) - TD is Chuckster

Event 5 – Sunday February 24, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Deep Creek Dreams (Burlington) – TD is Jon Owens
Event 6 – Saturday March 2, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Cedar Hills (Raleigh) – TD is Robert Leonard

Event 7 – Saturday March 30, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Swingin’ DB’s (Moncure) – TD is Chuckster
Event 8 – Saturday April 27, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Middle Creek (Cary) – TD is Robert Leonard
Entry Fees:
All Pro Divisions - $50***
All Advanced Divisions - $35
All Intermediate Divisions - $30
All Recreational Divisions - $25
Add $10 for non-current PDGA members
All amateurs receive a players pack!

All events have a 9:30 players meeting and 10:00 tee time
TD contact information:
Jon Owens – 336-266-4090
Chuckster – 919-770-9713
Robert Leonard – 919-389-5780
Preregistration is not required, however encourage. Please email the appropriate Tournament Director your name, PDGA number and division to pre-register!

**Entry fees are per person at doubles. So a pro team is $100. Players cannot be mixed divisions - players will compete at the higher division of the two. 

***All pro divisions will have a $5 deduction from their entry towards the fundraiser. All Amateur divisions will not have this deduction since profits from their payouts will act as their donation.

Monday, October 22, 2012

More Spots Clinched after DEP Cup

Following the Down East Players' Cup, multiple spots were clinched.

In Open, Terry Gallops has clinched the series title. Brian Schweberger's 4th place finish in Greenville clinches second place. The battle for third in Open is wide open, however. Michael Johansen currently is in third, but anyone within 50 points of him technically has a chance to catch him. That means Jeremy Koling, Cam Todd, and David Wiggins' Jr. are all in the race for 3rd.

In Masters, Jeff Baldwin clinched the series a few events ago. However Brian McRee clinches 2nd place after the event. Third place is down to Chris Lee and Eric Vandenberg. Currently Lee 43 point lead on Vandenberg.

The Advanced division was clinched a few events ago by Jon Mills. However past that, it's wide open as to what can happen.  Two of 16 players can finish either 2nd or 3rd heading to Durham!

The Intermediate division title will be in the hands of Jon Mickelson. Mike Norris has also clinched 2nd place after the event. Chris MacLeod is currently in third, but both David McClelland and Brian Waer still have a chance at third.

The series concludes in Durham at The Forest Hills Open the weekend before November. Approximately $1,400 in cash and prizes will be awarded! Come on out to a beautiful park and see where these races finish!

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

All 4 Divisions Clinched at Sneeky Pete

Thanks to dominating showings year round, all four division leaders clinched their championship titles after the Sneeky Pete.

Congrats goes out to Terry Gallops (Open), Jeff Baldwin (Masters), Jon Mills (Advanced) and John Mickelson (Intermediate) who will all be officially crowned champions following the series finale at the Bull City Showdown the weekend before Thanksgiving.

A reminder, however, regarding payout. Even though these 4 people will all get rewarded, 8 more will join them as the top 3 finishers in each division will get payout. The races in those divisions are very close!

The series has two events left - the Down East Players Cup (East) and the finale in Durham (Triangle).

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Results after Oak Hollow

One of North Carolina's most historic events took place this past weekend in High Point, the Oak Hollow Open. Now ran by Phil Lawrence, OHO has had some of North Carolina's best play in and win the event. This year was no different.

Michael Johansen continued his hot play stemming from a fourth place finish at worlds to take home his 4th series win of the year. This win gave him 50 points and moved him to just 4 points behind an injured Brian Schweberger. Cam Todd's second place finish moved him in to 4th place in the standings. Leader Terry Gallops was not in the field, but still holds a commanding lead.

All the masters in attendance decided to play Open this weekend so there was no masters field. Jeff Baldwin still leads over Brian McRee with Chris Lee in third.

The advanced division this year has been dominated by Jon Mills and OHO was no different. Mills cruised to a 9 throw victory thanks mostly to his 1023 rated 41 in the second round. Mills was the series leader coming in and increased his lead to 158 points. If anyone is going to catch him, they better make their move quick! Someone who might be making that move is Brad Smith. Smith finished 5th this weekend and jumped all the way into 11th place.

The intermediate division has been the best race of all the divisions and after OHO, it's even tighter. With John Mickelson's 4th place finish, he increased his lead to 152 points over Mike Norris, who finished 9th. Chris MacLeod's runner up finish moved him into 3rd. With Mickelson soon moving, Norris or MacLeod could catch him. It will be a tight race!

The next event on the series is event 15, the Gate City Throwdown in Greensboro. After that, we finish with the final 4 events of the year over the next three months. And in true fairness, the final 4 events have each of the four regions represented!

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Points Updated After Midtown

All points have been updated after Midtown. No major shifts in any division, however, Michael Johansen's win moved him into second in open.

As a reminder, only 13 events count towards your total. We are now 13 events into the series so soon, many people will not be earning points. There is still time to catch players!

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Midtown Chiropractic Raleigh Disc Golf Championship

July 28th – July 29th, 2012
A PDGA Sanctioned A-Tier Event
A NC Point Series Triangle Division Event
A Spike Hyzer Points Series Shadow Conference Event

Entry Fees:
Men’s Open: $100
All other Pro Divisions: $85
All Advanced Divisions: $65                   
All Intermediate Divisions: $55               
Recreational / Jr. Divisions: $50              

You MUST be a Current PDGA Member to compete. Registration covers entry, NC Points Series Fees.
All PDGA fees, and $1 Ace Pool

All PDGA Divisions will be offered however there must be 3 competitors in a division for the division to be opened, except for women and junior divisions.

Pre-Registration Information:                                                                           
Mail a check made payable to Robert Leonard to:  
7412 Post Oak Rd.   
Raleigh, NC 27615     
Or register online with PDGA Sign up at:

TD Contact Info:
Robert Leonard


Field is limited to 162 players. 72 Professional Spots / 90 Amateur Spots
Online registrations received after 5 are considered the next day. All online registrations are not time stamped, rather date stamped. Mailed registrations are considered received the day they arrive in my mailbox.  The final spots, in the case of more registrations received on the day the event fills than spots available, will be awarded via PDGA policy (priority to lowest PDGA number). If either field fills before the other, a waitlist will be created within the field.  If the total number of entries is less than 162 on 7/25, the necessary spots from the waitlist, regardless of division, will fill the event.  Only the first 90 amateurs will receive an event polo. If there are more than 90 amateurs due to the professional side not filling, these players will receive a merchandise voucher for the equal amount of value of the polo.


POOL A:                                                                                                                         
Saturday, July 28th                                                                                                                              
Round 1 – Cedar Hills                                                                                      
Check in starts at Cedar Hills – 7:00 AM                              
Check in ends – 8:30 AM                                                                          
Players Meeting Begins – 8:35 AM                                              
Play Begins – 9:00 AM                                                                                  
Round 2 – Zebulon                     
Second Round play for both pools begins 1 1/2 hours after the final card is turned in at your course!

Saturday, July 28th
Round 1 - Zebulon
Check in starts at Zebulon – 7:00 AM
Check in ends – 8:30 AM
Players Meeting Begins – 8:35 AM
Play Begins – 9:00 AM
Round 2 – Cedar Hills
Second Round play for both pools begins 1 1/2 hours after the final card is turned in at your course!

Sunday, July 29th
Round 3 – Forest Hills
Play begins at your scheduled tee time (posted online at PDGA Event Results Page Saturday night)

Forest Hills is located at 1639 University Drive, Durham, North Carolina.
Forest Hills will be open for practice ONLY on Friday, July 27th.
Dynamic Disc Doubles will be at 6:00 PM


Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Lots of Movement after King's Cup

The seventh annual King's Cup was held in Kinston this past weekend and was the next stop on the NC Series and the fourth of five visits to the Eastern part of the state. A full field of 90 players battled Barnett Park and it's never ending challenge to add their name to one of the best trophies in NC disc golf, the King's Cup Trophy.

The Open division featured an epic battle between Brian Schweberger, Jeb Bryant and 2001 World Champion Cam Todd. Heading to the short layout for the final round, Todd and Bryant were tied with Schweberger one back. Schweberger got hot on the front birdieing 4 5 6 7 8 and 9 (with a roller) to close out a -8 score of 21 to tie Todd and go one head of Bryant. Todd struggled on the back leaving it up to Bryant and Schweberger. Despite Bryant shooting 19 on the back, Schweberger was able to win the event matching Bryant's 19 to shoot a course record 40 (-16) and take the victory. His win moved him into second place on the series still behind series leader Terry Gallops, who finished fourth.

The Masters division once again was all about Barry Schultz. The two time world champion and three time US Champion cruised to a 10 throw victory for his second win on the series in as many weeks. Brian McRee held off a stacked field to finish second. Schultz moved up to fifth in the series, but still well behind Jeff Baldwin, who finish fourth in Kinston, and has dominated his division all year. McRee is still in second and strengthened his lead over Chris Lee, who remains in third.

Series leader Jon Mills continued his steady play in the Advanced division with a third place finish and increased his lead over Jim Senior, who was not in attendance. Justin Kingery won the event and moved into the top 10 for the first time this year. Also making a big move was former leader Kurt Hodnett who moved back into contention once again.

The Intermediate division saw a shift up top as John Mickelson bested Mike Norris in the event to take over the lead. Brian Waer, who wasn't in attendance, remains in third.

The next event on the tour heads back West to Archdale for the Archdale Trinity of Commerce Disc Golf Championship, a PDGA A Tier event. And remember, this is the event for the NC USDGC Performance Edition spot. So get registered now!

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Standings Shift after Tar Heel

The Tar Heel Tournament presented by Brix Pizza was held this past weekend and showcased a full field of 90 competitiors all hoping to win a portion of a large purse and claim some points towards the NC Series.

In the open division, the story was the battle between four of the top players in the state - Grant Hodges, David Wiggins Jr, Terry Gallops, and Brian Schweberger. Heading to the last round, all were within three strokes of each other. However Schweberger's hot last round was enough to take the victory and the 50 points. The win put him into sole possession of  second place passing Michael Johansen who was not in attendance. Gallops increased his lead while Wiggins, Jr jumped into fourth. Hodges now sits in 11th.

The masters division has a new face and it's a face of arguably the second best player in the history of our sport, Barry Schultz. Schultz fired back to back 43's on Sunday - the best round of the weekend of any division by 2 strokes - to cruise to an 18 shot victory - not to mention 7 strokes ahead of Schweberger's total. The 50 points puts Schultz in 9th place in the series, not bad for only his second appearance. Jeff Baldwin continues to dominate the standings after a third place finish and now sits 157 points ahead of Brian McRee. Chris Lee closed the gap on McRee for second with a sixth place finish. The big move was from Eric Vanderberg who finished second and jumped into fourth place in the standings.

The advanced division was as competitive as ever as 8 rounds shot in the event eclipsed the 1000 rating mark. Three of those came from Aaron Rothrock who picked up the victory and the 50 points. Matt Gill and Jim Senior tied for third and made the big moves this weekend jumping to second (Senior) and fourth (Gill) in the standings. Series leader Jon Mills struggled a bit this weekend but finished seventh to increase his lead to 36 over Senior. Rothrock and Robert Leonard both jumped into the top 10 in the standings as well and Elaine King moved all the way to twelfth after a ninth place finish.

Without a doubt the closest race in the series is in the intermediate division. Mike Norris, who was idle, was the series leader but had his lead severely decreased after John Mickelson, Brian Waer and Chris MacLeod all had solid finishes in the event. Norris now leads over Mickelson by 1 point, Waer by 4 points and MacLeod by 22 points. Brian Adams made his first appearance on the tour picking up 50 points with an impressive win.

The next event on the tour is down east this coming weekend with the Kings Cup and many of the contenders in the series are registered to compete. This is starting to get really interesting!

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Two Weeks in Charlotte

I apologize for the blog and points delays. I have been out of town, sick, had car trouble and helped another friend move in. VERY busy!

All points are now updated at the CAC and Spastic Plastic.

The next event is in the Triangle for the Tar Heel Tournament.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Johansen Dominates Azalea

There were 4 main records at the Azalea Tournament held annually in Castle Hayne, NC. The course record, the 2 round scoring record, the 3 round scoring record and the overall tournament scoring record. Key word: were.
Michael Johansen of Charlotte shattered all four of these records this weekend with a performance that left people stunned and amazed at his play. Johansen bested Justin Jernigan's former course record of 51 by 2, his own 2 round scoring record of 110 by 8, his own 3 round scoring record of 170 by 13 and finally, the four round scoring record of his by 13.
The win moved Johansen firmly into second place and closed the gap on leader Terry Gallops, who was not in action this weekend. Brian Schweberger's second place finish moved him into third place.
Perhaps the hottest golfer in NC not named Michael Johansen right now is Jeff Baldwin. Baldwin picked up yet another masters win this weekend besting Brian McRee by 5 strokes. Baldwin is now the only person with more than three series wins and the only person with perfect attendance. McRee's solid finish moved him into second place in the standings.
Chase Jernigan came off a strong showing at Collegiate Nationals with a dominating 7 throw win in advanced. The first of Jernigan's career came at a course where he only played once before and a place his brother has been victorious. Series leader Jon Mills finished 7th and increased his lead. The big move was by Jim Senior, who is now in 3rd place in the standings.
Chip Woodruff fired four great rounds to win intermediate. However, series leader Mike Norris strengthened his lead with a 6th place finish. John Mickleson's second place finish moved him into second in the series.
The next event is for Amateurs only at the Charlotte Am Championship. But don't worry pros, the next weekend you guys get your event in Charlotte at Spastic Plastic at Kilbourne.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Crosstown Brings Movement in Standings

Michael Johansen continued his impressive performance in Raleigh winning the Dogwood Crosstown Classic over Sean Gough. The 50 points for Johansen moves him ahead of idle Brian Schweberger into second place. Gough's second place finished also moved him up in the field. Series leader Terry Gallops increased his lead and continued his perfect attendance.

In Masters, the big story of the weekend was the presence of two time world and three time US champion Barry Schultz. Schultz led the entire tournament until the very last hole when he threw out of bounds on hole 1 at Zebulon allowing series leader and eventual Dogwood Masters champion Jeff Baldwin to record a three and take home the win. The win for Baldwin truly made disc golf history as he is the first player in history to defeat Barry Schultz in the masters division. Brian McRee and Chris Lee mainted their second and third place positions.

The advanced series leader Jon Mills had a solid showing and increasesd his lead this weekend as well. The big move was by Robert McAlpine who now sits in second place by himself. Jeff Yahn, making his first stop on the series, got the 50 points with an impressive win in a deep field.

Mike Norris, one of the TD's for the event, did something not many people can do; won their own event. Norris won a playoff to take home the win in intermediate and is now leading the series.

The next stop is down east for one of the more popular events on the tour, the Azeala Tournament in Wilmington.

Monday, April 9, 2012

NC USDGC State Rep. Qualification

The USDGC will be split into two categories this year and the performance edition, which is handicapped based scoring, is consisted mainly with picked state representatives.

The Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce Tournament, a PDGA A-Tier, has been selected as the qualification event for this prestigious spot at the USDGC. Here is the information in regards to the spot.

- Qualification is open to anyone who competes in the Archdale event and will be awarded in a handicapped system similar to how the Performance Edition of USDGC will be played.
- There is no additional fee to compete.
- Qualification is open only to NC Residents.
- The player chosen must accept the invitation at the Archdale event. If he or she is not willing / not able, the spot will be able passed down to the second place finisher and so on and so forth.
- The player chosen is responsible for any and all costs associated with entering the event.

For more information regarding the USDGC, please visit

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Clash has largest field of year, lots of changes

The Carolina Clash hosted by Dynamic Discs fielded one of the largest fields in NC history this past weekend as 198 players played - in just the NC Series Divisions. Wow! Players from all over the country came to Charlotte to compete hoping to get some practice before the World Championships are held there later this year.

The Open Division looked more like an A Tier with some of the names in the field. Nate Doss. Eric McCabe. Jeremy Koling. Ricky Wysocki. Cam Todd. Yeah, that's 3 pro world champions, an am world champion and the PDGA Champion. Wowzers.

Ricky Wysocki held off Nate Doss to win the event and pick up 50 points in the effort. Being from South Carolina, Wysocki might sneak in to the hunt in the NC Series as we expect him to travel North again as the year progresses. Terry Gallops kept up his perfect attendance and continues to lead over Jeremy Koling. Michael Johansen moved into third with his impressive third place finish.

In the Masters, South Carolina resident Matt Peckham made it two for two winning his second NC Series event of the year. However he is still well behind Jeff Baldwin, Brian McRee and Chris Lee, who all appeared in action at the Clash as well. Baldwin's, who along with Gallops has perfect attendance, lead shurnk slightly after finishing 4th. Brian McRee moved into second thanks to his third place finish.

In advanced, the top three finishers - Brad Ramsey, Paul Preist and Mark Huether, might be the three favorites heading to the Worlds this summer, especially after their performance at this event on three of the world's courses. However Matt Gill, finishing 7th, adding 35 points to his 50 from the win at Buckhorn and jumped into the lead as the advanced lead changes for the first time since New Bern.

In interemediate series leader Ryan Kastle returned to the intermediate division and increased his lead with a 15th place finish. Will Kastle return to advanced - where he competed in Buckhorn - or try and win the series? If he doesn't stay in intermediate, it might be Mike Norris' to lose. Norris currently sits in 3rd, only 32 behind Kastle and is scheduled to compete this weekend in Rocky Mount. Zachary Anders trails Kastle by 26 and is in second.

The series has three big weeks over the next four. Rocky Mount is the first in this very important trio of events. The series then takes a break for Easter before heading to Raleigh for the Dogwood Crosstown and then back east to Wilmington for the Azeala Tournament. It's anyone's game!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Wiggins wins Statesville, moves up

The story in the NC Series after event four in Statesville was David Wiggins, Jr. The 16 year old phenom held off a field that included the two highest rated players in NC (Cam Todd and Michael Johansen) and current series leader Terry Gallops. Despite Johansen shooting a 1091 round and Todd shooting a 1069 final round, Wiggins, Jr.'s consistent play (no rounds worse than 1023) led him to his first series win of the year. This win jumped him into a tie for third with Brian Schweberger and only 2 points behind Jeremy Koling for second. Gallops perfect attendance and great play still leads and is 79 points ahead of Koling.

In the Masters division, the Jeff Baldwin show continued winning his second series event of the year. Baldwin entered the final round in third place but a solid final round gave him the win just barely getting by Chris Lee and Brian McRee. Baldwin now leads Lee by 57 points and has 99 points on McRee, whose third place finish moved him up into third place in the series.

The advanced division had an entire field of new competitors thus, no changes at the top. However Harrison's Lerario's victory and 50 points puts him in 4th place just 20 points behind leader Kurt Hodnett. As more events occur throughout the year, this division may be the closest of them all as 43 people are within 50 points of the lead.

In intermediate, series leader Ryan Kastle was in attendance, just in the advanced division. Robet Randleman put up 4 solid rounds to take the 50 points and put himself in 5th place in the series. David McClelland's seventh place finish in the event moved him from 57th all the way to 18th for the biggest move!

The 5th event of the series could be the biggest of year as we stay in the West for the Carolina Clash.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

No changes up top after Buckhorn

The NC Series make it's first trip to the triangle division this season at the very popular, very cold and very windy Buckhorn Open. Many familiar faces made their debut on the series this year and others returned for their second or third event.

Grant Hodges was one of the ones making his first appearance and won the Open Division receiving 50 points. However, Terry Gallops consistency and perfect attendance has kept him in the lead. He leads by 36 over Buckhorn runner Open Jeremy Koling. Brian Schweberger rounds out the top three after a third place finish.

Jeff Baldwin continued his great play in the masters division finishing second and extending his lead over Chris Lee, who was not in attendance, to 54 points. Matt Peckham made the drive and picked up the win - quite a feat for a left handed golfer on the very right handed friendly course. Dave George worked for 4 minutes this week and then cashed to move up to third place.

Despite not attending, Kurt Hodnett remains in the lead in the advanced division. Matt Gill picked up the win and the 50 points to start his 2012 season off. This division is by far the closest after three events as Hodnett only leads by 12 over Jon Mills, who finished 16 this weekend. All in all, 15 people are within 30 points of Hodnett.

In intermediate, Ryan Kastle held on to this lead as well finishing third. Sam Hendley picked up the 50 points with an impressive win making three different winners for all three events. Mike Norris is now in second just 17 behing Kastle.

Event 4 heads to the West for a Spike Hyzer event in Statesville.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Last Pro / Masters Points Series Event Scheduled!

Because the Charlotte Am Championship is Am only and such an awesome event, there is no way we could leave it off the NC Series. Well, this created a small problem because the pros and masters had 19 events instead of 20.

Well thanks to the Charlotte Disc Golf Club, this isn't a problem at all!

A one day event will take place at Killborne May 5th that will act as a pro and masters only points series event.

Don't worry Ams - you can still play this event, but you will need to play the CAC to get the NC Series points!

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Results after New Bern - Gallops, Baldwin, Hodnett in Lead

The New Bern New Year Ripper II is complete and that means that we are already through 2 events on the series.

Brian Schweberger, a multiple time NC Series Champion, made his first appearance on the NC Series this year taking home the victory and the first of what will probably be many 50 point performances. However Terry Gallops takes the lead in the Open division by attending both events and besting Dan Lambeth, Jr., who also has attended both events, in both events.

In the masters division, Jeff Baldwin took the lead in the series with the win in New Bern. Along side a second place finish in Sanford, Baldwin is only 3 points shy of a perfect score after 2 events. However his lead is only 7 over Chris Lee who has back to back third place finishes.

In advanced, it's all about attendance thus far as Kurt Hodnett and Donnie Windsor are the only two players to play both events and thus, are in first and second. However Sanford winner Matt Kulp and New Bern winner Mike Coloton are not far behind.

In intermediate, not a single person played both events. With John "Don't Call me Phil" Mickelson's win, he puts himself at the top the intermediate division tying Sanford winner Ryan Kastle.

Remember, only the top 13 events of your season count. So while this NC Series is all about attendance for now (and will look that way for the first 75% of the season), consistent play and good attendance will trump perfect attendance and poor play.

Next up on the series is the Buckhorn Open, the first visit to the Triangle Division of the season.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Koling wins Sanford, takes early lead

The NC Disc Golf Series kick off this weekend in Sanford. All points, located to the right, are now available and viewable.

Jeremy Koling held off Terry Gallops in the opening event of the 2012 NC Disc Golf Series to take the early lead in the open division of the series. Brian McRee (Masters), Matt Kulp (Advanced) and Ryan Kastle (Intermediate) also won their respective divisions to lead the series as well.

The next event takes place 1/28 - 1/29 in New Bern.

With one event down and 19 to go, this is still anyone's game!