Monthlies Results

February 2019 Monthly Results

Ice Bowl Results

2019 LoCo Ice Bowl Results

Funds Raised for Loudoun Hunger Relief: $11,708.00

Chili Cook-off Champions


  • Mike Tomlin


  • Jorge “George” Menjivar


  • 1. Stephen Miller 50
  • 2. Konrad Pawlowsky 51
  • 3. Matt Hammersten 52
  • 4. Stephan Evers 54
  • 5. Taylor Brooks 55
  • 6. John Gregory 56
  • 7. Nathan Hughes 57
  • 8. Bob Cannon 58
  • 9. Daniel Hatfield 59
  • 10. Ray Thompson 62
  • 10. Jeff Kinman 62
  • 10. Andrew Dilworth 62
  • 13. Wayne Zink 63
  • 13. Tommy Donelson 63


  • 1. Matthew Mendenhall 56
  • 2. Jacob Nuxoll 60
  • 2. Jeff Metzger 60
  • 2. Chris Hunckler 60
  • 5. Ryan Hutton 61
  • 6. Chet Butler 62
  • 6. Brian Davidson 62
  • 8. Fernando Melendez 62
  • 9. Thomas Adams 63
  • 9. Andy Endicott 63
  • 11. Mike Tomlin 64
  • 11. Matt Lamberski 64
  • 11. Jack Belo 64
  • 11. Jorge “George” Menjivar 64
  • 15. Paul Burkart 65
  • 15. Jacob Baker 65
  • 15. James Allen 65
  • 15. David Bernfeld 65
  • 19. Timothy Matt 66
  • 19. Kim Nannerb 66
  • 19. Ryan Bailey 66
  • 22. Chris Matthiesen 67
  • 22. Brad Hoke 67
  • 24. Robert Romich 68
  • 24. John Iliff 68
  • 26. David Swierczynski 69
  • 27. Cody Sabol 71
  • 28. Thomas Rush 73


  • 1. Corey Doering 57
  • 2. Kevin Carr 63
  • 3. Dustin Allen 65
  • 4. Brandon Vorgang 66
  • 5. Joe Short 67
  • 5. Kin Ling 67
  • 7. Chris Watkins 68
  • 7. Mike “Sully” Sullivan 68
  • 9. Chris Patterson 69
  • 9. Brandon Tinsley 69
  • 11. Scott Hughey 70
  • 11. Rob Michaud 70
  • 11. Tim Lawson 70
  • 11. Greg Gardner 70
  • 11. Bob Romich 70
  • 16. Aaron Quinn 71
  • 16. Brad Leiby 71
  • 18. Rob Stark 72
  • 19. Phil Naquin 74
  • 19. Patrick Showalter 74
  • 21. Steve Duncan 78
  • 21. Sam Schuster 78
  • 23. John Hassan 82
  • 24. Ben Burnett 85
  • 25. Robert Garfolo 91


  • 1. Lindsay Sullivan 88
  • 2. Dee White 105
  • 3. Deborah Rice 112


Monthlies Results

December 2018 Monthly Results

Club News Monthlies Results

November 2018 Monthly Results

Gold Division
Place Name Score
1 Grady Iliff 57
Silver Division
Place Name Score
1 Thomas Adams 61
2 Steve Ganz 61
3 John Iliff 66
4 Matthew McDaniels 66
4 Jacob Baker 67
4 Andrew Lyons 78
Bronze Division
Place Name Score
1 Patrick Showalter 65
2 Rob Stark 67


Club News

Register Now for the 2019 LoCo Ice Bowl

On January 26th 2019, Franklin Park in Purcellville, VA will once again play host to the 8th annual LoCo Ice Bowl and Chili Cook-off sponsored by LoCo Disc Golf in cooperation with NOVA Disc Golf Association to benefit Loudoun Hunger Relief.

Early registration for LoCo Disc Golf Club members begins on November 26th at 8AM. Registration for all opens one week later on December 3rd at 8AM.

Last year we raised over $12,000.00 for Loudoun Hunger Relief. Let’s do it again! Donate to Loudoun Hunger Relief online

Monthlies Results

October 2018 Monthly Results

Club News Events

Two For the Books

Thank you VERY much to all the players that came out this weekend to play the Brent Anderson Memorial (BAM), our 1st ever PDGA sanctioned event at Clark’s Run @ Freedom Center, and the 7th Annual LoCo Open @ Franklin Park!!!!!

Congratulations to the division winners for the Brent Anderson Memorial!!!

MPO – Sam Shiley (“whites” course record – 58)
FPO – Allie Stone
MP50 – Brian Junkins
MA1 – Grady Iliff
MA40 – Rick Sheridan
MA50 – John W Iliff
MA2 – Brad Hoke
MA3 – Steven Truong
FA3 – Lindsay Smoot Sullivan

Congratulations to the division winners for the 7th Annual LoCo Open!!!

MPO – Cody Bradshaw
FPO – Samantha Merritts
MP40 – Robert Marr
MP50 – Brian Junkins
MA1 – Stephen Adcock (hot “Best of” AM score – 54)
MA40 – Jorge Menjivar
MA50 – Steve Ganz
MA2 – Seth McCurdy
MA3 – Mike Sully
FA2 – Lindsay Smoot Sullivan

The final TD Reports and Event Fees have been submitted/completed for both BAM! and the LoCo Open.

Nearly a year before the event(s), we request a date and we start high-level planning. We have a few meetings about it. We discuss the logistics. We debate the details. We set goals. We negotiate on player’s pack items, food options, prizes, trophies and more. We fund-raise. We schedule meetings with park managers and land owners. We start working on event logos and designs. We work with vendors for shirts, for discs, for umbrellas. We spend endless hours making trophies. We stay up late making putter clipboards. We schedule looooooong work days for course prep. We create caddy books, we create score cards and we work with the printer. We create, manage, and update registration. We deal with finances. We print labels and we stuff players packs. We prep tee signs and we paint OB lines. We weedwacker for days. We pick up 1,000s of branches. We smoke BBQ. We make banana pudding…lots of banana pudding. We ask for help, we ask for favors and we volunteer…again, again and again.

…then we wake up the next day and we go to work (our “normal” jobs).

We…we…we… a single person just cannot do it alone. It takes a club…it takes a team. It’s really quite amazing how much work goes into running a simple 2 days worth of events. It’s hard, it’s fun, it’s rewarding and we’ll do it all over again next year.

It’s impossible to list every single person that has, does and will contribute to events like this…because there truly are so many, but there are a few that simply have to be mentioned.

(and please do not take offense if you’ve not been included on this list)

John W Iliff – You do it all. You are a machine. This doesn’t exist without you. The time, the effort, the love…I cannot thank you enough.

Brian Junkins, Matt Lamberski, Mike Tomlin and John W Iliff – Thank you for your patience, your help, your guidance, your drive and your time (that we’ll never get back). Volunteering for the board is the best dumb decision you/we every made

Steve Ganz – “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!” My sensei.

Jeffrey Kinman – I hope people know how much time, effort and plastic you put into this. You’re selflessness is inspiring, motivating and infectious.

Tim Lawson, Ryan Bailey, Bob Romich and Jeffrey Kinman – These courses don’t manicure themselves! I’ve heard nothing but complements and Freedom Center has never looked better. The amount of time spent on course prep for these events is intimidating…and you knocked it out of the park!

Rob Stark – The breath of fresh air. Thank you so much for being a part of this. Thank you for the support and thank you for fueling the fire and helping us remember why we do this.

Christopher Patterson – The baskets at Freedom Center never looked better! A lot of hard work went into those sponsorship decals and it’s more than you’ll ever know!

Steve Marinich (Parcel Plus) – Year after year after year…the time you spend for us and you can’t even make the events.

LoCo Disc Golf Club – Thank you for welcoming everyone into our “homes”. Thank you for all you do. Thank you for the support. That you for making this all so so worth it. We love you.

I’ll send the calendar invite out in a few weeks and we can start planning for 2019.

Monthlies Results

August 2018 Monthly Results

Monthlies Results

July 2018 Monthly Results

Club News

Registration now open for both the Brent Anderson Memorial (BAM!) and the 7th Annual LoCo Open

Can you believe it’s already here??? A weekend in LoCo!!! REGISTRATION for both the Brent Anderson Memorial (BAM!) is now open!!

First, on Saturday, September 22nd, we have the Brent Anderson Memorial (BAM!). This is going to be a very unique event and we’re really hoping to have a fun laid back experience…just the way Brent would want it! This PDGA C-Tier Pro/Am Flex Start event will be one round at Clark’s Run Disc Golf Course at Freedom Center. All proceeds (in excess of cost) will go directly to Freedom Center (the incredibly gracious land owner).

So, what does “Flex Start” really mean? It means you can come and play just about any time you want!!! Yep! Not a morning person?? No problem! We’ll see you after you wake up, lazy! Wanna beat the heat?? No problem!! We’ll be there early with coffee! Gotta work the day shift??? We’ve got slots open all the way up to 4:00PM!

Flex Start means that you play when you show up…BUT…it’s first come first play in the order in which you show up. UNLESS…you purchase (completely optional) a tee time for $5 per person! Yep! You can cut the line (all in the name of charity)!

Then, on Sunday, September 23rd, we have the 7th Annual LoCo Open! What more can we say…it’s a LoCo tradition! Once again, this PDGA B-Tier Pro/Am and O.D.D.S. event will be two rounds of the best the Frank has to offer! Enough said.

As always, with both events, we’ve got some SWEET Amateur Player’s Packs! Guaranteed to exceed to the cost of admission (and some)!

And for the Pros? You know the drill. Cold…Hard…CASH!

If you have any questions or issues…don’t hesitate to reach out to us! See you on the course!!!