Kansas City Flying Disc Club,
and Kansas City, MO Parks and Recreation
DGA would like to thank everyone who submitted entries to the DGA Re-Play Course Giveaway. We are encouraged by the dedication to the sport and the willingness to inspire new players that all of you bring. The stories you shared made this discussion difficult. But in the end, there can be only one.
All of us at DGA would like to congratulate Jack Lowe, the Kansas City Flying Disc Club and the Kansas City, MO Parks and Recreation on winning the DGA Re-Play, and being the proud owners of 18 new Mach 7 Baskets. These new baskets will replace the existing Mach III Baskets at Blue Valley Park, home to the final round of the 2009 PDGA World Championships.
Jack’s plan includes taking the existing Mach III’s and dividing them into multiple courses catering to the youth. KCFDC will be working with the Police Athletic League of Kansas City and the local junior high school adjacent to Blue Valley to install courses at their facilities that will benefit the youth. Also, a special presentation may be made with one of the baskets to a very deserving individual. More details on that to come. Please stay tuned to see how this project will unfold over the coming months. We will be sure to share updates.
Again, we were very inspired by all of you that submitted your stories and plans for growing the sport we all love. With this in mind, we have some ideas on how we can continue developing the vision of the Re-Play program. Please stay tuned, we will share more information once details are finalized.
Always remember, most fun wins!