Australian Disc Golf received the very pleasing news last week that Michael Canci was to be the 2019 recipient of AFDA‘s Rob Hancock award. One of only a small number of disc golfers to do so. A long-standing selfless servant of flying disc sports who is currently applying his thoroughness to keeping the Perth Disc Golf Club administratively in line, Mick is just the sort of community minded individual who deserves such an award. Well done Mick.
You can about Mick’s flying disc life here.
Bids should be submitted to Paul Arden – email@example.com by Friday October 18th 2019.
A bid should include:
- Event Name
- Proposed Event Dates
- Event Location
- Event TD and Contact Details
- Other relevant information
In the event of conflicting A Tier bids (defined as two events falling within 20 calendar days of each other) the ADG Board will initially consult the bidders and attempt to reach a resolution and failing that, deciding by ADG committee vote. Note that preference will be given to state championships and events held in the same month that they were this year.
Once the schedule of A Tiers has been finalized, B and C Tier events can be added to the calendar. Please note that these events can be put in the schedule up to 30 days prior to the event.
An official announcement about the tour schedule will be made at ADGC in Mount Gambier, SA.
Do you have an idea to grow the sport of disc golf that just needs some funding to get it off the ground? Now in its 5th year, the ADG grants program can help you.
Submissions for the 2019 program are now open. To apply just fill out one of the forms below and email it to the ADG board at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 29th 2019.
You can download the forms here
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