Friday, August 19, 2011

Mountain High Updates...

1 Week to go!!!

Mountain High 2011 weekend sponsorship has reached over $2000 cash plus "non cash" donations.
We have received some great last minute sponsorship and are adding a new side game to the 2011 Mountain High.

Saturday Afternoon August 27, we will launch the First Annual-Mountain High Long Distance Drive Competition.

W.J. Byrnes & Company, Seattle Customs Broker has sponsored $500 designated specifically for this event.

  • Basic Format is as follows:
    Entrants must already be registered for the Mountain High DG Tournament
    $10/pro, $5/am entry fee
    Divisions to be assigned just like the standard tournament
    Purse will be divided by total entrants and then designated as per number of entrants in each division.
    Payout 25% of each division.
    Pro=cash, Am=script

More support=more games=more fun.

Come Join in and bring a friend, wife, girlfriend, son, daughter, brother, mother or a stranger for that matter.We are still looking for more last minute sponsors so help out and sign up for a tee sponsorship (or three).

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Tournament Logo

Checkout the Logo for this years Mountain High. Thanks to Crystal Mountain Resort for putting this together.

We will use this on our discs and t-shirts. Innova discs are on order and players can choose from KC Pro Roc, Champion Vulcan, Glow Leopard and Glow Destroyer as a part of their players pack.

Get here on Friday for the Snorting Elk Registration and Checkin Party to get the first pick...

Monday, August 1, 2011



Jeff, Ben and I completed the Summit Course setup on Friday July 29th. The Gondola ride is awesome...

All the baskets and signs are up, the mountain is beautiful with wildflowers and wildlife. Marmots are all over the Powder Bowl and hole 3. Wildflowers are everywhere including, Glacier Lily, Lupine, Purple Aster, Paintbrush and many more.

We now have 30 holes at Crystal Mountain... (18 lower plus 12 upper). The two courses merge at hole #12.

There is still some snow on the Summit course but most of it is gone. Boots are recommended because it is rough and rocky terrain.

Disc selection is key, think about the hole distance, elevation(drop) and wind before you throw. Make sure you bring some OVERSTABLE discs to help compensate for the winds and downhill holes.

Checkout the opening weekend video.

We have a small handful of people registered for the Mountain High Tournament.. Need more people to get involved, cmon and get those registrations in soon!!

See you out there soon!!