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It’s tournament time at Poimena! The 7th annual Two Heads Open takes place 14-16 March.

This disc golf competition is open to anyone, regardless of playing experience or ability. All local players are invited and encouraged to come along and take part. Anyone who wants to play just needs to register and pay the tournament entry fee. There are player divisions based on skill level – beginner, advanced, professional. There are also divisions based on age – Junior, over 40s and over 50s.

There is a random doubles competition on Friday and the tournament in earnest begins on Saturday and ends on Sunday. Players have the choice to play all three days, two days, one day or just one round.

This event is well known across the Australian disc golf community and each year attracts players from interstate and often overseas. The 2014 event is no exception; joining the locals will be players from Western Australia, Queensland, Victoria, NSW and Finland!

It’s a competition played with great spirit and the fun is guaranteed.

To find out more, register and purchase a tournament entry pack go to the Two Heads Open website – www.TwoHeadsOpen.com.au/2014

Enquiries
Garth Gray
Ph 0404 636 330  email

Short film about the 2011 Australian Disc Golf Championships at Poimena

A short film about the last November’s Australian Disc Golf Championships is now available on YouTube. The film features a few superstars of our sport, including Des Reading, Jussi Meresmaa, Derek Robins and Jay Reading. You’ll also catch an eyeful of Poimena Reserve Disc Golf Course in Tasmania, regarded as the best in Australia. This film is 8 minutes, so make yourself a cup of tea, sit back and enjoy. Thanks to everyone who contributed, but most of all, hats off to Innova for their vision and support.

Watch the film

’2012 Two Heads’ tournament at Poimena, 24-25 March

Photo by Madhousephotography.com.au

Celebrating its 5th year

The 2012 Two Heads Disc Golf Open is taking place at Poimena on 24-25 March.

The tournament promises a fantastic weekend of competition disc golf to players of all ages and abilities.

Competition format

The Two Heads Open is a singles stroke-play tournament, running over two days. There are divisions to suit players of all skill levels and ages, including beginners and juniors.

All players get two rounds of 18-holes on Saturday and one round on Sunday. The climax to the tournament is the 9-hole Mens Open Division Final on Sunday afternoon. In the final, expect to see four of Australia’s leading players battle it out for the Two Heads Open title.

Player package

- 3 rounds of disc golf at one of Australia’s finest courses
- meet and play with some of Australia’s leading players
- all players in recreational and junior divisions automatically enter free prize draw to win one of 4 x $25 vounchers to spend with Discology.
- for PDGA members, your round scores will go towards your player rating
- lunch at the course on Saturday and Sunday
- membership to Australian Disc Golf inc (the national governing body)
- opportunity to browse Tasmania’s largest selection of disc golf equipment, care of Discology
- event insurance
- the promise of an excellent weekend
- entry fee: Pro players $75 | Amateur players $45 | Juniors (U18) $30

To register for further information

Visit the tournament website

Disc golf ‘train the trainers’ workshops 16-18 November

Learn to teach disc golf with the world’s leading disc golf educators from the United States, Des and Jay Reading from Educational Disc Golf Experience.

This is their first visit to Australia – don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn from the best. Download the flyer [PDF 1MB]

There are two workshops running on 16-17 November from 3-6pm at Aurora Netball Centre in New Town followed by a disc golf gala event on 18 November at Kangaroo Bay, Rosny.

The workshops are free, but you must register before Friday 11 November. To register and for more information click here

Registration for Australian Disc Golf Championships opens 9 September

The Australian Disc Golf Championships is the premier tournament in Australia and this year’s event takes place on 25-27 November in Tasmania at Poimena Reserve.

This tournament might sell out. Don’t wait, seize the moment. Register online at www.ADGC.com.au from 9 September.