Mark your calendars, and get ready for a spooky good time! Music City Disc Golf is proud to be partnering with Dynamic Discs for the third annual Halloween At Oggwood! 2017 will be our biggest yet, jam-packed with activities for the whole family, and as always, Oggwood offers free camping right on the course, so you’ll never be far from the action!
Friday October 20:
Come out anytime and one of the locals will be happy to help you find some prime camping real estate. At sunset, join us at the house to sign up for $5/head random draw glow doubles!
Saturday October 21:
VooDoo Dubz Championship
$40- Pro Teams
$20- Am Teams
Sign-ups at the house from 8-9am, followed by Players Meeting and Tee. Top 2 teams from each division will face off for a Crazy 8(final 9), with elevated difficulty following the first round of 19 holes.
At sunset, join us at the house to sign up for a FREE “Terror Round”(think Disc Golf meets Haunted House.) Singles format. We need volunteers and decorations, contact us if you can help!
Sunday October 22:
The Bell Witch Open
TD’s- Wil McKaskle and JRay
Two Rounds of 20 holes on altered layouts. JRay is bringing the Dynamic Discs RV to provide Amateur payout and an opportunity for everyone to shop the juiciest new goodies from DD! Click here to register for the Bell Witch Open. This is gonna be so much fun it’s scary!
Hurricane Harvey interfered with disc golf tournaments all across the south, and while the MCO was no exception, we managed to finish all three rounds with no delays or suspensions!
We can’t thank the volunteers and the players enough for braving it out with us all weekend. You guys are truly the best in the land.
Chris Dickerson won the event shooting ratings of 1023, 1056, and 1044. He overcame a four stroke advantage after day one. Logan Bowers lost a grip on the lead, fought valiantly to the end, but in the end, Dickerson finished the tournament with a 9 stroke advantage.
In the FPO division, Sara Lamberson played three rounds all at or above her rating, and securing the victory by 12 strokes over Angela Cook.
For a full recap of results, check out the PDGA website here.
The Music City Disc Golf Club is happy to announce that the MCO finally has reached A Tier Status! This event has grown every year of it’s existence and the 2017 edition will certainly be the largest MCO to date.
The player’s pack for the MCO has been finalized and items are arriving now. This year, our player’s pack will rival just about any A-tier and we hope that you guys are as excited about the player’s packs as we are. The first 200 Ams to register will receive the full player’s pack listed below:
Unreleased Prodigy Glimmer X3 w/ tournament stamp
MVP Atom w/ tri-foil tournament stamp or Streamline Pilot w/ tri-foil tournament stamp
Stock Stamp Dynamic Disc Fuzion disc
Tournament logo dri-fit tee
Tournament logo 50/50 blend tee
Keychain, Pencil, Scorecard, Koozie, Wristband
We have also finalized the Sunday’s activities for the player’s that still want to play more golf. We have dubbed these events ‘Showcase Events’ and winners will all receive a new basket. Last, but certainly not least — be sure to make it to the 2017 FlyParty for awards and B,C and D pool payout. We will have the largest FlyMart in Tennessee, and you will not want to miss it!
We are excited to be your hosts this labor day weekend so please, sign up before it’s too late. Registration closes soon.
Weather forecasts weren’t promising early in the week, but Saturday Seven Oaks was host to sunny skies, mild temperatures and 80 competitors.
The Open division was led early on by Todd Bagwell. He shot an unofficial 1040 rated 50 (-13 down) that would give him a four stroke advantage on the rest of the field. Joining him on the lead card for round 2 was Michael McDaniel (54), DJ Wix (55), Telly Bretell (56) and Gary Martin (57).
The four stroke advantage would prove to be enough for Todd to hold on for the victory and hoist the 15 pound iron trophy. Telly Bretell and Michael McDaniel closed the gap finishing a mere 2 and 3 strokes off the lead.
Telly Bretell, Snappy Cole and Duncan Shea all shot the low score of the second round (59) on a much more challenging, par 66 layout.
Open – Todd Bagwell (115)
Open Women – Danielle Dobbs (149)
Masters – Rodney Goad (119)
Advanced – Jonathan Davis (120)
Advanced Masters – Christopher Wilton (128)
Advanced GrandMasters – Keith Hinton (128)