Current Tag Rankings
As of 06/27/17
1. Joe Mac
2. Joe Veltri
3. Teresa Olson
4. Kyle Guither
5. Mark Olson
6. Mike Anderson
7. Karsten Olson
8. Tracy Hoeg
9. Samantha Olson
10. Mike Netherton
14. Leslie Hoeg
15. Paul Hoeg
27. Mike Rowcliffe
This is a bag tag challenge that involves the sport of disc golf combined with the opportunity to support missions globally (Speed The Light). Our hope for this challenge is to strengthen relationships as well as give towards stopping Human Trafficking.
How it works:
Each participant can purchase a Bag Tag for $25 at the church’s main office or after any service.
Because this is a fundraiser for missions, any participant can donate additional funds to help secure the Bag Tag number of their choice from the remaining available numbers.
Purchased Bag Tags can be picked up at the Main Office or following services and will be given to participants on a 1st come 1st serve basis.
At least one player needs to keep an official scorecard via physical card or app.
Report ALL Bag Tag Challenge Results ——> HERE
When will this occur:
The Bag Tag Challenge will take place over the 2017 disc golf season starting May 7th through October 31st.
The higher Bag Tag challenges the lower Bag Tag. Challenges can be by phone, computer, or in person.
The challenged player must give the challenger two (2) times to meet in the next two (2) weeks or they must forfeit the tag. If the challenger can not meet that timeline, the challenge is void. Not showing up for a match results in a forfeit. (20 minute leeway)
The challenged player picks the course, tees (long,short or combination) and format.
All Men challenges are based on par 3 not course par.
All Ladies challenges are based on par 4 not course par.
Format choices include:
1. Best score for round.
2. Most birdies in a round.
3. Most CTPs (closest to pin) in a round.
* If the challenger wins the round, the tags are exchanged.
Ties are won by using sudden death rules. Players play additional holes until a player wins a hole.
Back-to-back challenge rounds against the same player are allowed. However, the player with the lower tag has the right to refuse.
Only one challenge is allowed per round.
Ladies play with a 1 stroke handicap (or par 4).
Multiple people at the same course at the same time can have a group challenge with 5 or less playing in the group.
In a group challenge, all tags in the group are exchanged based on each player’s finishing position in the round.
The player with the lowest bag tag decides the format of the challenge.
When a tag is lost the number is dropped from the standings. Players can purchase a new tag for $25.00 and will receive the lowest numbered tag available. Remember all proceeds go to missions.
At the end of the season the players with tags 1 & 2 will be awarded prizes