Disc golf tournament season starts

Katepwa hosts event

The third annual Katepwa Beach Disc Golf Tournament was held along the shores of Katepwa Lake Sunday.

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After 36 baskets had been played, four rounds on the nine basket course, first place belonged to Tyler Boychuk of Regina. He shot a sparking 95 (51, 44) after 36 including establishing a new course record for 18 at 44 (-10) on his second round. The course is a par 27.

Second place went to Gage McKay, also from Regina with 96 (48, 48) with Caleb Eschbach rounding out a trio of Regina disc golfers in the top-three shooting a 97 (50, 47).

On the junior side Chase McKay is his first tournament topped out with a 127 (64, 63)

Kadie Hozempa had the best ladies score with a 113 (54, 59).

The Katepwa event was the first qualifying event for Parkland Association of Disc Golf members leading up to the Association’s season-ending Championship Challenge in October. The top two finishers at qualifying events in each category qualify if they are PADG members. Memberships are available for $20 for adults, and $10 for youth.

You can follow the PADG on Facebook, or more information is available by emailing padg.yorkton@gmail.com

 

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