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Support this AWESOME fundraiser for the Disc On Ladies League! Support Women in Disc Golf!

Originally posted on Disc On! Ladies League:

The DOLLs found a new sponsor in one of the world’s leading disc manufacturers, Discraft!

DISCRAFT DISCS

We purchased discs that will be used both as fundraiser discs and CTP donations to other women’s events around the nation. We’re excited to share the first peek and chance to get one for yourself. (<— Click here!) The Flickr page will show you the various color and pricing options. If you’re interested in purchasing one of these discs for your self, leave a comment on the Flickr page with your email address and your disc preference. We’ll contact you at that point! First come, first serve.

Between the Surge SS, Avenger SS, Buzzz, Meteor and Challengers, you should be able to find a custom stamped DOLLs disc to fill almost any hole in your game.

All proceeds from this DOLLs fundraiser will go directly to the funds that the DOLLs use to grow the…

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Unofficial Results

Date Tier Total Players Classification
09-Mar-2013 C 67 Pro/Am

Open (15)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Jeremiah Jacobsen 13959   60 63 +7 123 $195
2 Marcos Castillo 39338 974 59 65 +8 124 $135
3 Jason Weldon 42214 980 63 62 +9 125 $83
3 Sean Sherrie 47487 937 59 66 +9 125 $83
5 Josh Weum 38916 950 67 63 +14 130 $60
6 Rafael Torres 29376   67 66 +17 133 $50
7 Corwin Bowers 46693 939 64 71 +19 135 $40
8 Peter Sandoval 7302   71 65 +20 136  
8 Nicholas Duran 28359 939 66 70 +20 136  
10 Bryant Begay 45981 933 64 73 +21 137  
11 Sean Duggins 38803 964 66 72 +22 138  
11 Dave Smith 24734 965 65 73 +22 138  
13 Richard Hines 48205 915 70 70 +24 140  
14 Nolan Tsingine 43138 958 70 71 +25 141  
15 Bobby Perea 38514   74 72 +30 146  

Masters (4)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Jerry Harrison 12338   60 61 +5 121 $95
2 Steven Simpson 11920 951 63 68 +15 131 $55
3 Tomas Sandoval 10938   67 69 +20 136  
4 Todd Ripp 42283 950 69 80 +33 149  

Grandmasters (3)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Art Keenom 10119 945 63 68 +15 131 $55
2 Jeff Witt 3362 959 71 69 +24 140  
3 Ronald Byrd 27572 884 80 83 +47 163  

Advanced (12)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Tyler Wadsworth 53589   64 64 +12 128  
2 Harry Brown 40136 900 62 67 +13 129  
3 Josh Hull 33928 892 67 69 +20 136  
4 Dave Hugaboom 48414   74 67 +25 141  
5 Alexander Single 45115 895 67 75 +26 142  
5 Ryker Witt 51968   62 80 +26 142  
7 Eric Coca     74 70 +28 144  
8 Brandon Bailey 48119   70 77 +31 147  
9 Sam Smith 48694 904 74 76 +34 150  
10 Ben Dantouze 51817 925 75 80 +39 155  
11 Craig Yazzie     71 86 +41 157  
12 Jesse Berryhill 52333   88 94 +66 182  

Advanced Women (12)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Melissa Berryhill 45646 855 69 69 +22 138  
2 Maria Diaz     67 71 +22 138  
3 Crystal Begay     69 70 +23 139  
4 Dara Whitlock     70 70 +24 140  
5 McKaila Dorman 42595 780 68 76 +28 144  
5 Cindy Flahive     67 77 +28 144  
7 Pat Duran 41404 773 74 75 +33 149  
7 Myrriah Gomez 40238 793 72 77 +33 149  
9 Lisa Gallagher 40381 822 72 78 +34 150  
10 Heather Grant     74 82 +40 156  
11 Julie Bettis-Webb 22397   79 82 +45 161  
12 Jasmine Single 57968 0 85 81 +50 166  

Advanced Masters (6)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Tony Coley 22405   68 69 +21 137  
2 Rocky Donnell     71 71 +26 142  
3 Matt Bowers 51366 871 76 74 +34 150  
3 William Stimson 13329 887 70 80 +34 150  
5 Manny Duran 28203 885 72 82 +38 154  
6 Steve Matthias 48468 818 89 104 +77 193  

Advanced Grandmasters (1)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Kiko Velasquez 5013   64 66 +14 130 $95

Advanced Grandmasters Women (3)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Carrie Brodeur 27924 800 66 73 +23 139  
2 Wendy Gerner     82 77 +43 159  
3 Alexandra Sands 24391 763 83 86 +53 169  

Recreational (6)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Chuck Barreras     68 68 +20 136  
2 Miguel Atencio 39141   72 75 +31 147  
2 Darin Romero 57447   72 75 +31 147  
4 Andrew Wilmoth     79 72 +35 151  
5 James Pescetti 56638   79 73 +36 152  
6 Dave Chamberlain     999 999   DNF  

Recreational Women (5)

Place
Name
PDGA#
Current
Rating
Rd1
Rd2
Par
Total
Prize
1 Kristine Werth     83 81 +48 164  
2 Sheri Lopez     87 90 +61 177  
3 Regina Gorum     89 92 +65 181  
3 Renee Benavidez 57446   84 97 +65 181  
5 Lindsey Johnson     107 111 +102 218
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Click HERE to read the PDGA article on the IWD tournament!

The Gender Agenda: Gaining Momentum

FEB 19, 2013 by PDGA

What could be a better way to start an amazing year of women’s disc golf than with a tournament focused around a national women’s holiday? First time tournament director,Myrriah Gomez, has teamed up with Innova Champion, Legacy Discs, and Pocket Disc to present the 1st Annual International Women’s Day Tournament. The tournament will be a one day C-tier event on March 9 at Brent Baca Disc Golf Course in Albuquerque, NM. Registration will be open until the morning of the 9th unless it fills prior to the event.

Are you saying to yourself, I haven’t played a disc golf event in New Mexico? According to Myrriah the city of Albuquerque has not held a sanctioned tournament in about 10 years. So, here’s a great reason and the perfect opportunity to add New Mexico to your 2013 events schedule!

When asked about the event, Myrriah explains, “The IWD Tournament is not a women’s only event, but it has a special significance for women. Every year on March 8, women around the world celebrate women’s achievements on International Women’s Day. Various organizations will hold events throughout the month of March to showcase women’s achievements in economic, political, and social spheres. This year’s IWD theme is “The Gender Agenda: Gaining Momentum.” As women disc golfers, we often ask our peers and ourselves how we can gain momentum…not just on our drive, but also in the sport of disc golf. This year’s theme allows me, as TD, to merge my background in Women’s Studies with my love of disc golf. It allows me to raise awareness about disc golf to an international community of women and raise awareness about IWD to a male-dominated sport.”

The highlight of this event is that “100% of the proceeds of this event will benefit a local organization called Young Women United. Young Women United (YWU) is a community-organizing project in Albuquerque, NM, with young women of color, ages 13-15. YWU organizes with its members, leaders, and activists to improve young people’s access to quality health care, build educational equality for pregnant and parenting teens, improve access to prenatal care and treatment for substance-using pregnant women, ensure that women of color and low-income women have access to all birthing options, defend reproductive rights and build reproductive justice.” Myrriah Gomez has a great passion for disc golf and women’s rights. The combination of these two into one event is making a bold statement to the world.

If you are planning on making your way to the Texas State Championships after The Memorial Championship presented by Discraft, consider adding the International Women’s Day Tournament to your schedule. You can experience the beautiful and vibrant city of Albuquerque, support a great cause, and perhaps play your first course in New Mexico. Myrriah adds that “All women will get a special player’s pack if they attend. Come for the golf, stay for the hospitality!”

-Myrriah Gomez #40238

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