Scott Stokely is a professional disc golfer who has traveled the world, and is doing clinics all over the U.S. with a focus on working with those with special needs to learn the sport as part of his goal to help everyone learn the sport of Disc Golf. On Tuesday, September 15th, he will be at Punderson State Park’s Disc Golf Course at 3:30pm to work with those with special needs. A general disc golf clinic will begin at 4:30, followed by a random draw scrambles for $12.00, with payout in Fly High Discs, Scott’s own disc line.
The clinics are FREE and we hope to see you there! Punderson’s disc golf course is located at the first right IMMEDIATELY after entering the park.
Pun’s Labyrinth went without a hitch this year! We had great weather, a huge turnout, and an awesome three rounds of disc golf mixed in with camping and good times! Additional pictures of the event can be found on our Punderson Disc Golf Facebook Page.
The Course Record was Broken:
The course record was broken from the Blues to Long pins by both Scott Stokely and Manabu Kajiyama (who joined us all the way from Japan!) with a score of 66 each, which is 3 under par!
Two Aces were Hit the First Round:
Manabu Kajiyama and Tom Weremblewski Jr. both hit an Ace the first round. Awesome job guys!
Players from Japan Enjoy our Course:
Manabu Kajiyama, Shigecko Sekiguchi, and Kazuo Shirai all joined us from Japan on their way to Worlds this year. If you play the course regularly you may have met them getting ready for the tournament playing three rounds a day while they were in town. At the end of the tournament Manabu expressed his enjoyment of the course and being a part of our event. Manabu took 3rd Place in Open while Kazuo finished with only 6 strokes above par, so all of that practice definitely payed off!
Scott Stokely’s Announcement:
Scott Stokely has been out of the disc golf scene for around a decade, and this year he is making a comeback going on tour and playing in the PDGA Pro Disc Golf World Championships this year in the Masters division. During our awards ceremony, Scott announced that our course, as of right now, was THE best wooded disc golf course he has ever played. This announcement was huge, as our course is maintained by a few extremely dedicated volunteers, even if this recognition doesn’t last for long, we were extremely grateful to hear it. Scott is also doing a series of clinics on his tour, many aimed at helping those with disabilities or special needs. Please follow his Facebook Page to see where he will be next!
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