This summer Saskatoon Disc Golf Inc. is bringing the Trilogy Challenge to Diefenbaker Park on July 8.
Open Division – $55 or $50 with an SDG Membership
Amateur/ Women’s/Junior Division – $50 or $45 with an SDG Membership.
The Trilogy Challenge will be played over 2 rounds of 18 (1 round for Women’s, Amateur and Junior) at Diefenbaker Park. Prizes will only be awarded to top players in the Open division.
SDG is also offering players a $5/round – winner takes all.
Player packs include 3 discs:
Lattitude 64 Driver – Opto River Pro
Westside Discs Mid-range – VIP Pine
Dynamic Discs Putter: Prime Deputy
Here’s a Facebook Live review of the 3 discs.
Player packs also include a Trilogy T-Shirt, scorecard and pencil, and a Trilogy Challenge Mini.
The idea behind the Trilogy Challenge is to grow the sport of disc golf by providing beginners with everything they need to play. The event started in 2014 with 273 events around the world with just over 10,000 players competing in these events.
In 2016, the Trilogy Challenge held 326 events in 11 different countries with just over 12,000 players competing in these events.
**Please check back for updates on how to register for this event.
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This summer’s Saskatchewan Open is headed to North Battleford.
Saskatoon Disc Golf Inc. is pleased to announce it has selected Centennial Park in North Battleford as the location for the 2017 Saskatchewan Open running August 19th and 20th.
Established in 2013, Centennial Park boasts a beautiful 18-hole disc golf course with a mix of short technical basket locations and long open alleys. The shortest hole is measures 150 ft. The longest basket stands at 320 ft. from the tee. The park also has washrooms on site.
For out-of-town players looking to make the trip, the City of North Battleford boasts a few campgrounds close to the city including David Laird Campground, Eiling Kramer Campground and Jackfish Lake just a few minutes north of North Battleford.
Stay tuned for updates on registration and more details about the tournament.
On Sunday, May 7, Saskatoon Disc Golf Inc. and a few of its members picked up a few garbage bags full of trash from Diefenbaker Park in its annual clean up round.
Garbage bags full of trash collected May 7 in the annual clean up round at Diefenbaker Park.
Huge thanks to Greg Rokosh for organizing the event and bringing some prizes to hand out to participants.
SDG hopes for a similar or even better turnout May 13 when they tackle the scattered garbage at Donna L. Birkmaier.
This season members of Saskatoon Disc Golf Inc., are selling raffle tickets to draw for a portable disc golf basket.
Tickets are 1 for $5 or 3 for $10.
You must be a SDG member to purchase these tickets. Tickets will be sold during SDG sanctioned tournaments, on Thursday nights during Gophertown league night and at Doug’s Spoke ‘N Sport and Escape Sports.
The draw will take place at the SDG annual general meeting later in the fall.
Welcome to Saskatoon Disc Golf Inc.’s new website.
We’re still a work in progress but please make sure to check back for updates on upcoming events, tournaments, info on Thursday night league and much more.