- Cost $25 for the year. You get a custom stamped mini and a mini holder – the ‘tags’ are virtual. The leaderboard is on Disc Golf Scene.
- Two league matches weekly on Wednesday @ 5:30 p.m. and Saturday @ 10:00 a.m.
- Carlisle Coyote league members are automatically part of the SCPA Disc Golf Alliance which hosts a weekly Monday Night Doubles match at a rotating location of parks/courses that are part of the Alliance. Get more info here!
- Quit doin’ nothin’ and get in the game! Questions? Reach out to us on Facebook or Discgolf Scene. We’ll see you at The Hills.
Tag League Q&A:
Q: What is a bag tag? A: It is typically a little token to hang on your bag with a number on it to indicate your rank in the league. The lower tag# holders are the leaders, catch them if you can. Our league doesn’t have a physical tag to put on your bag. Ours are tracked online until the end of the year when you’ll receive your final standing tag# on our custom Mini holder.
Q: Do I need to show up for every match? A: No. Play as your schedule allows.
Q: Do I need to pay anything to check it out? A: No. You can play as a guest whenever you like.
Q: Do I need to be really good? A: No. We’re committed to helping everybody develop.
Q: Where does the $25 go? A: The Coyotes maintain the course in conjunction with Middlesex Twp. We pay for maintenance equipment and construction of tee pads, new baskets etc. We also have a big end of season Tag Finale match with tons of food, fun and prizes!
Results are posted HERE
Great weekend! Thanks everybody who came out to compete or help us out and those who came out to watch. It was a great show, we had some good competition on the course with Andrew Fish taking the win with an incredible three consecutive rounds under 60 – all on the long layout. We had a fun round of doubles on Thursday. A tight round of mini disc on a 9 hole course laid out around the recreation building and a putting contest and long drive competition in the afternoon on Friday. Saturday we woke to find the small creeks that run through the course had over-run the banks in the deluge of rain and thunderstorms that ripped through overnight. Quick repairs were made to the OB ropes to get them staked back in the ground. We had a tree down across the fairway on #2. Travis Morret got out early with a chainsaw, cleared the tree and removed all the debris before anyone arrived. Travis then went on to win the Advanced division – congratulations and thank you! Saturday night we had a nice relaxed PA Disc Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony – well most of us were relaxed, Lancaster’s own Hall of Famer had two flat tires on his way to the event and had to be retrieved by his LAFS buddies. It was a great dinner spread put out by our Hall of Fame crew Laura Ford with lots of help from a host of volunteers from the area disc golf community. By Sunday the course had dried a bit and weather was amazing – cool and cloudy with a slight breeze to start the day and slightly warmer and sunnier by the afternoon. The day concluded in the recreation building for the awards ceremony and where the left-overs from the night before were served. That was very much appreciated! Congratulations to all the winners and we hope everyone had some fun!
We’ve got the start of the event coming up in just a few day and the Coyotes have been going crazy on the course and it really looks amazing – we can’t wait to show it off. Event details can be found on the Heritage Page or on the Coyote Hills DGC page on Facebook
We’ve got a busy week ahead, PA Disc Golf Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Field Competitions, Big-Dog Doubles….It’s going to be a blast!
Dan Rad, our Coyote Captain (and co-TD) for the event has poured an unbelievable amount of time and effort into getting the course to look as good as it does, huge thanks to Dan for his dedication to making this a special event. Steve Alspaugh, the senior Coyote himself has been a fixture at the course since it opened but he too has been working at the course everyday for the past few weeks. Dan Zechman, Travis Morret, Kevin Lazaroff, and Josh Myers have been doing the yeomans work just about everyday – stumps don’t remove themselves you know! But seriously – digging, raking, pouring cement, making stairs – these guys are the hardest working crew I’ve ever stood around and watched. Myself and Earl Frazier did some computer junk and I did plenty of mowing and weed whacking. Thanks to Donna Greist, Gary Meredith and Nate who stepped up and volunteered when we needed them – we love you guys!