FLYING FRYBREAD DISC GOLF OLYMPICS

 1st Annual Flying Frybread Disc Golf Olympics

Saturday, October 29, 2016  – 9am  – North Park Disc Course

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This is a fundraiser for the Indigenous Institute of the Americas and the proceeds will be  used for our annual community event, Santa Fe Days in the Park.  Don’t worry if you  have never played disc golf, sign up for the doubles game in the morning and learn from an experienced player.  After you build that confidence you will be ready for the singles game after lunch.

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We are so fortunate to have Love Shack BBQ providing sack lunches with a drink which can be purchased through our online store. The full food truck will not be available so we encourage you to order online before the games so we know how many lunches you will need. A table will be set up to get your sack lunch after the Doubles game so you won’t have to leave the course to find food.  Ice, water and snacks for golfers will be available by DFW Disc Golf at Quick Stop inside the golf shop.

flying_frybread_disc_golf_payment_buttonDate:  Saturday, 10/29/16 (Don’t forget to order your sack lunch)

Cost:  $10 per person per game    Sack Lunch $5.50  

Time: Doubles Game starts 9 am

  Singles Game after lunch

Location: North Park Disc Course,

5220 Denton Hwy, Haltom City, TX 76117

Sponsors: Ideal Discs, Disc Golf Station, Texas Disc Golf Association and  DFW Disc Golf

Flying Frybread Disc Golf

The First Annual Flying Frybread Disc Golf Olympics is a fundraiser for a Native American Indian arts and cultural event, Santa Fe Days in the Park.  The Santa Fe Days event is an opportunity for our umbrella organization, the Indigenous Institute of the Americas to bring Native culture and all its wonderful contributions to the world as well as the beauty of its arts to the larger community.  We appreciate your support of our event and hope that you will understand our “first” event means we need everyone’s support and assistance to help us make it fun and enjoyable fo

r the experienced as well as beginner players.  We hope this will bring disc golf to the attention of the Native American Indian community.

We will be using the guidance of the local disc golf community and will be using standard rules.  For information on this please consult the rules on www.pdga.com.

ACE Pot

Before the games starts, players who wish to participate may buy into an ACE Pot (hole in one shot) with $5.00.  In the event someone gets a hole-in-one, they will win the Pot.  If no one gets an ACE by the end of the afternoon, we will have a throw off to see who gets closest to the pin (CTP) at the end of the game, to determine a winner.  The winner keeps the money but it is totally acceptable to donate a portion of the winnings to the charity.

DOUBLES GAME tie breaker – All the doubles game revenues will go to the charity.

 

In the event of a tie in the doubles game, we will have a fun throwoff with traditional Native frybread, whichever team is closest to the pin will be the winner.  Doubles game has sponsor prizes

SINGLES GAME tie breaker – Half the singles game revenue will go to the charity and the other half will go toward cash prizes for the winners.  Friday evening 10pm, October 28th, we will post the cash prizes amount for the singles game winners.

In the event of a tie, the singles game will have a throwoff with a disc.

North Park has a playground and open bathrooms.

Ideal Disc will be available to rent and sell discs

For more information, contact Cory Werthen  werthencw@yahoo.com

 

or Jessica Johnson  massey.graves@gmail.com

Santa Fe Days in the Park is an annual event of the Indigenous Institute of the Americas is a 501 (C) 3 nonprofit organization.

Indigenous Institute of the Americas

1700 Alma Drive, Suite 315

Plano, TX 75075

972-480-5310

Iiamericas.org@gmail.com

www.santafedays.com

 

iiamericas.org

Thank you as always for your support!

 

Want to learn more about the game before October 29?  The Disc Golf Association as several great videos we hope you will enjoy watching.