Monday, September 27, 2010

Thrill on the Hill Dubs registration now open!

Sign up now for a fun day of doubles action. Only 36 team spots available! Then follow it up with some Speed!


Thrill On The Hill Dubs presented by Killer B Disc Golf

Saturday, Oct. 23
  • 2 rounds, doubles
  • Max teams: 36
  • $42/team - Pro
  • $22/team - AM1, AM2, Mixed (coed), Rec
  • 100% cash payout in each division after expenses.
  • No player packs, no trophies, just good cheap golf. Hill Yeah!

Post Thrill Action: Speed!

  • One 4-hole round of Speed Golf.
  • $5

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Three aces in two weeks! More Thrills coming in Oct.

The Hill has been very giving these past two weeks. Last week at league, Pete Tolvanen and Andy Duquette cleaned out the ace pot with an ace on hole 9 and hole 16, respectively.

Then last night, Jeff Cooper recorded his first career ace with a skip ace on hole 11. Unfortunately Jeff, who is a tag member, arrived late for league and was playing a casual round with Brian Anderson so he missed out on the ace pot. He didn't seem to mind though.

Keep your eyes out for registration to open in the next few days for Thrill on the Hill Dubs and Speed on Oct 23. Until then, find a doubles partner and start talking strategy!

Monday, September 20, 2010

Lost and found list updated

I've added about half of the found discs to the Lost and Found page. I hope to add the rest this week.

Remember, if you find a disc with a name on it, contact the person and try to return it. Or, hold on to it and contact me and I'll add it to the official Devens Lost and Found collection.

Monday, September 13, 2010

League starts early
Don't forget, as the season winds down our start time gets earlier. This week the Wednesday Weekly starts at 4:45.

The #1 tag will be up for grabs, so come get it!

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

In case you were wondering...

Nate deuces 11
Here are the line scores for Avery and Nate during their round on the Hill a few weeks ago.

Avery (50):
3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 = 25
3 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 4 = 25

Nate (53)
2 2 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 = 26
3 2 3 3 3 4 3 2 4 = 27

Looking at the scorecards now, I remember standing next to Nate on 14 about 20 feet past that small tree on the upper tier and thinking, "Wow, what a friggin' drive. He's going to deuce this!" 

I asked him, "Was that your drive?" He looked at me with slight disgust and I instantly remember that he hit one of the early trees on the first tier on his drive and that this was his third shot. He says "No," looks away from me, drains the 50 ft putt to save par, and gives me a little smirk after. Funny stuff.