On January 27th 2018, Franklin Park in Purcellville, VA will once again play host to the 7th annual LoCo Ice Bowl and Chili Cook-off sponsored by LoCo Disc Golf to benefit Loudoun Hunger Relief.
Last year we raised over $7,000.00 for Loudoun Hunger Relief and we’re raising the bar in 2018 to $10,000.00. Let’s do this!
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Franklin Park Disc Golf Course
Saturday, January 27th, 2018
Registration and Check-in: 9 – 10AM
Players Meeting: 10:15AM
Chili Cook-off: Immediately following the round
The LoCo Disc Golf Club Presents
The Brent Anderson Memorial LoCo Open
Saturday, September 23rd and Sunday September 24th, 2017
Franklin Park Disc Golf Course
A PDGA B-Tier Pro/Am and O.D.D.S. Event
LoCo Disc Golf Club
Registration for Saturday, Sept. 23rd: Advanced Women, Advanced Masters Women, Advanced Grandmasters, Intermediate, Recreational and Junior Divisions →
Registration for Sunday, Sept. 24th: All Pros + Advanced and Advanced Masters Divisions →
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2 rounds of 18 holes
72 player limit per day
Download the 2017 LoCo Open – Digital Caddy Book ↓
CTP – Raffle – Ace Pot – Trophies – Lunch
At Least $500.00 Added Cash to Pro Payout
True Amateur Event
Sweet Player Packs and Trophies for All Amateur Divisions
Check in: 8am – 9am at tents left of pool (opposite end of parking lot from hole 10)
Players Meeting: 9:15am – 9:30am
First Round: 9:45am
Second Round: 1 hour after the last card turned on.
Pro Men: $60*
Amateur Men: $40*
- Add $10 to entry fee if not pre-registered by September 18th, 2017
- Add $10 to entry fee if not a current PDGA member
- 3 player minimum for all men’s divisions. Consolidation of divisions at tournament director’s discretion.
Email: [email protected]
Tournament Director: Brian Junkins – (540) 686-2022
Today we share the sad news of the passing of our dear friend, Brent Anderson. During the June Monthly at the Freedom Center, Brent went into cardiac arrest. His card mates, Rob Romich and Kim Brennan acted immediately calling 911, administering CPR and directing the EMS team to the scene. Rob and Kim did everything right, and the EMS arrived on scene incredibly fast (the fire station is only 3 miles from the course), but it was not to be.
Every time he showed up for a round of disc golf, Brent’s zeal for life and contagious enthusiasm was evident. You couldn’t tell if Brent had shot poorly or great because his positive attitude was always the same. “Oh well” he would often say, “at least I’m, playing disc golf!” Brent was a generous man. He never took a dollar home after placing in a Monthly or a weekly doubles event always saying “Donate it to Freedom!”. He was just as generous with his time. Rain or shine, wind and snow, Brent was working with us shoulder to shoulder at Freedom Center helping make that course a reality.
Brent often spoke of how he got into the game of disc golf. He started playing at Franklin Park for the exercise. Brent would play and his beloved wife Cheryl would tag along for the walk. As passionate as Brent was about Disc Golf, he always made time for his other friends and interests like his annual Golf outing and fishing trip to South Carolina. More than anything, Brent was a family man. The morning of his passing, he had just finished preparing for a birthday party for his granddaughter. When Brent showed up late today, for which we teased him a bit, he let us know that he had to leave 1:00 pm sharp so he could be with his family.
We will miss our friend dearly and wish to honor his memory. We will raise funds for a hole sponsorship at Freedom Center. Hole 17 will forever be Brent Anderson’s. Those wishing to make a contribution in Brent’s honor may contact us at [email protected] also, Brent’s birthday is September 23rd and 34th. Coincidentally, that is the date of the LoCo Open this year. In his honor, the LoCo Open will be henceforth be known as the Brent Anderson Memorial LoCo Open. We think is a fitting tribute to our departed friend.