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By: mattcdsa | February 01, 2019

Seems like the 2018-2019 disc golf off season has been an incredibly turbulent with lots of changes and rearrangements. Tons of players and companies are finding refuge under different roofs, including some of the top players is the world. Even locally here in Colorado there seems to be a lot more companies running disc golf tournaments. Well, there must be something in the air as the CDSA is going through some changes as well. 


The CDSA website homepage explains our status and future goals, but in general we are going to move our focus to an education and preservation organization with a long term goal of a Colorado Frisbee Hall of Fame or Frisbee History Museum or both. Therefor all tournaments previously run by the CDSA will now be ...

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By: mattcdsa | December 19, 2018

There are some changes in the PDGA rules for 2019 we want everybody to be clear about, linked below. It is pretty lengthy and I highly recommend everyone take a little time to get familiar with all the new changes.

https://www.pdga.com/news/pdga-official-rules-disc-golf-competition-manual-updated-2019


  

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By: mattcdsa | April 25, 2018

The 2017 Winter Warriors disc golf series and the 2018 Mile High Disc Golf Club Ice Bowl tournaments brought enough love from Colorado disc golfers to donate a check for $31,776.51 to the Food Bank of the Rockies worth 127,106 meals in April 2018. Pictured left to right: Josh Kreutzer, Rich Evertz, Lake McCormack, Jeff McCormack, Michelle Burghardt, Ray Woodruff, Jay Burghardt, Shawn Swami Bullard, Geoff Hungerford, ?, Jeff Evertz

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By: mattcdsa | December 02, 2017

The PDGA Competition Committee put in hundreds of unpaid, volunteer hours on the 2018 revision, working to clean up and clarify the verbiage while simultaneously creating new items and editing existing ones. The 2018 revision contains updates and edits based on nearly five years of feedback (last revised on January 1, 2013) from PDGA members, tournament directors, Board of Directors members, PDGA staff, State/Provincial Coordinators, etc.

Many small changes have been included simply for clarity in the 2018 revision, but there are a handful of significant changes that PDGA-sanctioned event competitors and Tournament Directors (as well as their staff) should start familiarizing themselves with now to avoid any issues when the revision takes ef...

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