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Steve gives a shout out for the Bad Monkey Open on "More Good Day Oregon"

Pre-Tournament Information

 

Please see the attached documents for the Player's guide and a rough draft of the course maps for the weekend.

 

Pool A:MA1, MA4, MM1, MG1, FW1, FW2

Pool B: MA2, MA3

Schedule:

Saturday, July 9, 2011

7:45am    Pool B - Registration / Check-in

8:30am    Pool B - Players meeting

9:00am    Pool B - Tee off

10:00am  Pool A - Registration / Check-in

Registration for the 2011 Bad Monkey Open

Open registration is now closed for the 2011 Bad Monkey Open. We will be taking signups for the waitlist currently.

The discs are on order, the t'shirts and trophies are being made, and everything is coming together for the event. I can't wait to see everyone and hang out at Leverich park for the weekend with some great golf and fun times! We'll be posting the schedule for the event in the next couple weeks.

Registration Opens May 1st

Registration is available on the Firefly Disc Golf Store starting on May 1st, 2011. Online registration requires payment using either a credit card or Paypal. You do NOT need to have a Paypal account to register. This event is expected to fill in a couple weeks, don't delay.

Update: May 27, 2011

2011 Bad Monkey Open

The date is set for the 2011 Bad Monkey Open. Mark your calendars for July 9 & 10, 2011 once again at Leverich Park. Plans are under way to make this event even better than last year. Check back in a couple weeks for more informaiton.

  • When: July 9-10, 2011
  • Where: Leverich Park, Vancouver, WA
  • Format: Singles, 2 rounds on Saturday, 1 on Sunday
  • Sponsor: Bad Monkey Bikes
  • Sanctioning: PDGA Tier B - Amateur Only
  • Cost: $45 ($10 PDGA fee for NON-PDGA players)
  • Planned Players Pack: 2 Bad Monkey Open Discs, T-shirt, more!

Registration is scheduled to open May 1st.

Keep watching this site and www.DGScene.com for updates.

Bad Monkey Open - Wrap Up

The 2010 Bad Monkey Open is in the books!
 
Special Congratulations to my teammate Joey Moro for taking down the title, and also to Cindy McMahon winning the Women's division...FLIGHT CREW!!!!...Steve and I sat down for a quick 10 minute debrief after dinner last night and we've decided that this year's BMO was the all-around best tournament that we've put on in terms of fun-factor and how smooth everything was. We're really jazzed and determined to continue to improve and help shape and define Amateur Disc Golf tournaments in the Portland Metro Area. To meet this goal, we have started FireFly Disc Golf Promotions. If you haven't joined the FireFly group here at dgscene yet, please do so (click the firefly logo on left, then "add to favorite"). That will keep you up-to-date on what we're doing with news feeds and such. Next on the schedule is the Next Adventure Amateur Championship. We'll have more details really soon, so keep an eye out, you won't want to miss that one!!!

Players Guide Published

The player's guide has been posted. Be sure to check out the schedule and information on the course.

See you all tomorrow!

Steve & Ryan

Schedule

Tentative Schedule

Pool A: TBD

Pool B: TBD

Schedule:

Saturday, June 25, 2016

  • 7:45am    Pool B - Check-in

Registration in Progress

There are only 20 spots left for the Bad Monkey Open. If you wish to play in this event, don't delay.

Sign up on the Registration page on this site. You do NOT need to have a Paypal account in order to sign up.

Click here to see the current registration list.

Registration Opens May 1st, 2010

Details for the tournament:

  • When: June 26-27, 2010
  • Where: Leverich Park, Vancouver, WA
  • Format: Singles, 2 rounds on Saturday, 1 on Sunday
  • Sponsor: Bad Monkey Bikes
  • Sanctioning: PDGA Tier C - Amateur Only
  • Cost: $45
  • Planned Players Pack: 2 Bad Monkey Open Discs, T-shirt, more!

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