Stratford Disc Golf Club

Tuesday Recreational League

Tuesday nights in our league are for having a blast - no matter your skill level! Through the years, we've seen it develop from a humble gathering of just a few people to a regular group of 25-30 who come together each week. So grab some friends and join us now; you won't regret it!

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Tuesday Rec League

League Details

Attention Disc Golfers.  We’re looking forward to this year’s disc golf summer league, running May – September.  Early registration helps us to cover the upfront costs, so we ask if you are able, to register early. 

When?

We will play on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm, starting May 14th, and playing until the end of September.

Who Can Play?

We want to be as inclusive as possible.  Anyone at any skill level can play, but if young children want to play, we ask that their parents take responsibility and that if they want to play with the group, that they adhere to the rules, the same as anyone else.  Our play is relaxed, so if you are a strong player or beginner, we want it to be accessible and fun for all.

Where?

Marsh Pond Park, at the corner of Lorne Ave. and St. Vincent St. In Stratford.

Costs

The cost of joining the league is $65 for the 2023 season.  This includes your membership in the Ontario Disc Sports Association and your insurance for league play, along with a custom Stratford stamped golf disc and numbered bag tag.

Format

We will meet by the first tee each week, breaking into groups of 3 or 4.  From there, the groups will go out and play two full rounds of the course, first from the red tees and then from the blue tees.  Live scoring is done via the UDisc app.  After play concludes for the week, points are assigned, and the leaderboard is updated.

Each year the champ (from the previous season) will be given the opportunity to compete in the provincial championships.

Weekly Scoring

  • Each week you play (during league night), you receive 2 points.
  • You will receive 1 point for each league member you tie or outscore.  So if 20 people signed up for the league, a first-place finish would give you 20 points.  Players who do not play in a week will receive 0 points for the leaderboard.
  • There is one additional point for a bogie free-front-9 and one for a bogie-free back-9. 
  • There is a 5-point bonus for an ace or an eagle.
  • There will be a 2-point bonus for Closest to the Pin (CTP) each week.  The CTP hole will be specified before the start of the round.
  • Your average score is calculated and will serve as the tiebreaker for two players with the same number of leader-board points.

If you cannot make it out on a Tuesday evening, you can play a make-up round.  Another league member must witness a make-up round. Players completing a make-up round must do so after league play and before sundown on the following Monday.  Players cannot make up a block of missed weeks in one go and cannot play multiple rounds and “cherry-pick” one round as the make-up round. 

Players playing a makeup round at a different time will not receive the 2-point bonus for playing on league night, and will not be eligible for CTP.

Leaderboard

Last updated:  Monday, July 22nd, 2024 @ 8:08 pm
Nate Framst

239

Points
1
Dane Telford

205

Points
2
Ryan Duchesne

192

Points
3
Dave Framst

191

Points
4
Andrew Hill

183

Points
5
Chandler

178

Points
6
Steve Law

177

Points
7
Rob Posthumus

173

Points
8
Aiden DiFonzo

168

Points
9
Keegan Diehl

160

Points
10
Tom Hummel

123

Points
11
Michael Dolson

113

Points
12
Nikki Whiteman

92

Points
13
Matt Fleuriet

91

Points
14
Jacob Adams

88

Points
15
Jay Riley

68

Points
16
Peter Jutzi

65

Points
17
Tali Duchesne

63

Points
18
Nicholas Perry

41

Points
19
Brandon Pinkney

26

Points
20
Traz Cook

21

Points
21
Adam Nyland

0

Points
22
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