5th Annual Derek Sorensen Disc Golf Tournament

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Oct. 19th: The 5th Annual Derek Sorensen Memorial Disc Golf Tournament - presented by United Way and Gold Country Disc Golf Association

This will be the 5th year of the Derek Sorensen Memorial Disc Golf Tournament.  It grew out of the love of a mother who lost her son, as a way to honor his memory.  Derek left behind many friends who shared his passion for disc golf and for life in general.  

  

Format:  Doubles Tournament (ONE Round), bring your own partner. Division defaults to division of best player, for age protected divisions both must be eligible. All divisions welcome (Must be a minimum of three teams to make a division) Hoping to see some more Co-ed (male/female) teams this year. All experience levels welcome!


When:  Saturday, October 19th, Check-in/Sign Up 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m., Players Meeting 9:15 a.m.


Where:  Western Gateway Park, Penn Valley (Meet at the Covered Pavilion near Hole 17)


Entry Fee:  $60 per Team (100% of Entry Fee Donated to the United Way Nevada County Community Impact Fund). There will be a LIMITED CASH PAYOUT from sponsor donations!!!


Sign Up:  Online Registration Encouraged, available at (link to come)  or register day of the event. For more info call Woody at 530-272-4400


Each player will receive a Disc Golf Swag Bag, including BBQ tasting tickets!!! There will be a Raffle, CTP prizes during the round, and a CTP to the Hole 6 basket after the round for 50 percent of the cash CTP entries. After the round, there will be time to sample food from the Backyard BBQ Competition and enjoy the car show followed by the Awards and Raffle.   


100% of entry fees will be donated to benefit the United Way of Nevada County in Derek’s memory.  There will be a limited cash payout provided with generous donations from the Sorensen family and other community members. The most important thing is to come out have fun and honor Derek’s memory.

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About Derek Sorensen

"He was a best friend to many and a great friend to all," says his mother, Debbie Evans. "He was not judgmental; never a bully and he loved all living things. He loved all living things; dogs, cats, butterflies, birds, bees and even slugs. Derek was passionate about the Yuba River, loved the mountains, the ocean and most of all the desert and he enjoyed many sports, bowling, hiking, camping, biking, snowboarding and playing disc golf. He is missed by many." 

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