Tupelo Disc Golf Leagues continuing the tradition of promoting the sport locally, offering area players a unique perspective on disc golf, both locally and beyond!
For the Fling with the King disc, the text was deleted and background expanded, and tournament information added with a clearer font. The art poster made a beautiful transformation into a disc.
Its January 2019 and the government has been shut down for almost three weeks. A line in the sand has been drawn between the President and the Democratic party over illegal immigration and building a border wall between Mexico and the U.S.. Politics as usual, but in your opinion should
If memory serves correctly, the first TDGA bag tags were distributed in 2005. I do not recall how the initial bag tags were handed out, but allowed the association to start it’s annual Bag Tag Challenge in 2006. Here’s a couple of early bag tag holder proud of their #2 tag!
Held in early January of 2006, the first Tupelo Disc Golf Bag Tag Challenge was a handicap-formatted like the weekly minis had been leading up to it. I believe Pro’s took four strokes, Advance two, and Women and Juniors minus two. Am Men used their actual score.
Tag were, obviously, taken from actual scores.
One also notices how HTML coding for web page tables have taken great steps forward as well!
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Are you a Pro, Advanced, Am or Novice? Often, our performance on the course doesn’t sync with what division we feel we should be competing. Just for fun, here is a short survey to determine what division might be best for you to compete. Results vary and can be highly inaccurate if complete honesty is not within your character. Just enter you name below to get started. Go ahead, do it!