There will also be “closest to the pin” competitions, which will cost $3 to enter. Players can also purchase five mulligans, which are do-over throws, for $3 or eight for $5. Only one mulligan can be used per hole.
With renovations for Eagle Hill still an ongoing process, club officers decided every Friday night would be a clean-up and maintenance work day.
Getting and installing new tee-pads for each hole will be the top priority going forward.
“There’s also an Eagle Scout project that’s trying to get approved to put in nine tee-pads,” Meyer said. Of renovations overall, he added, “Not much went on during the winter because it was just such a severe winter.”
The Eagle Hill Disc Golf Club will hold meetings every other Saturday following the completion of that day’s mini-tournament. Nominations for club officers will take place this Saturday, then elections will take place April 5.
Contact Matt Goisman at firstname.lastname@example.org.