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Old 03-04-2014, 02:32 AM
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Scott Stokely 2014 Throwing Clinics - Which Courses Should I Choose?

After a 13 year break from disc golf I've decided to hit the road again and bring back the "National Champion Scott Stokely's Disc Golf Throwing Clinics" at 75 courses around the US and Canada. At each event I will provide a FREE throwing clinic teaching both basic and advanced disc golf techniques . After each clinic will be an optional round of random draw doubles with small entry fee.

WHAT I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT

1. Which courses or regions could I expect the largest turnouts
2. Who is the contact person at that course

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EVENT DETAILS

*** Each event will include a 1 hour throwing clinic followed by 1 round of random draw doubles.
*** The throwing clinic will be completelyFREE and everyone is welcome.
*** Doubles is optional and will cost $10-$15.
*** I am looking for recreational players as well as league/tournament players.
*** I will market at the event course as well as the surrounding courses so I'm looking for both the most active courses as well as the most active regions.
*** These events are a great opportunity to market the sport in your city and I will work with local media and help in any way I can

MY RESUME

1995-1998 - World Record for the longest throw (656' 6" - Discraft X-Clone)
1998-2000 - World Record for the longest throw (693' 3" - Discraft XL)
2000-Current - World record for the longest siderarm throw
2000-Current - World record for the fastest throw
17 World and National Disc Golf Titles:
*** 2 World pairs titles
*** 2 World mi/xed-pairs titles
*** 2 US Open Titles
*** 4 National pairs titles
*** 2 National Tough Shot Titles
*** 2 World Distance Titles
*** 2 US Open Distance Titles
37 State Titles in Disc Golf, Distance, DDC, MTA, Accuracy and Freestyle
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Old 03-04-2014, 02:34 AM
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Charlotte would be one I'd imagine, I'm not sure who exactly you should get a hold of. Stan McDaniel perhaps.
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Old 03-04-2014, 04:51 AM
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Twin Cities for sure. My vote is Blue Ribbon Pines. They have a website if you want to call them. You could do two clinics here, one in the North Metro and one South. Maybe Kaposia would work for the Southern.
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Old 03-04-2014, 06:23 AM
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Good timing for the Twin Cities might be either Sunday, July 27th, day after Am Worlds Finals or maybe Friday, July 18th the day before Am Worlds weekend activities kick off.
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Old 03-04-2014, 07:13 AM
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I read your resume and out of curiosity how long is your world record in sidearm throw and how fast is your world record in fastest throw?
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Old 03-04-2014, 07:28 AM
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Wish you would come to Charleston, SC or somewhere close for sure. I am also curious if you will offer private instruction. Good to hear you are back.
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Old 03-04-2014, 07:59 AM
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Welcome back. I have fine memories of attending your putting clinic at the 2001 Worlds.

Augusta, GA and Charlotte, NC should probably be on your itinerary---both hotbeds of disc golf and less than 3 hours apart.

In Augusta, you could of course use the IDGC, but the Hippodrome might be better. It's a private course; John Borelli has Killer B disc golf store on site (and would be the contact); and the course starts with a wide-open driving range.

Any thought on the types of courses you're looking for? The "championship" grade courses might be too much if you're looking for a broad spectrum of players to attend, and some all-wooded courses may not have a good place to demonstrate long drives.
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Old 03-04-2014, 08:08 AM
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Lehigh Valley PA area has some great courses and people...
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1998-2000 - World Record for the longest throw (693' 3" - Discraft XL)


p.s. Hi Scott!
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Old 03-04-2014, 09:05 AM
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Rockford, IL Anna Page Park (3 courses)

G.R.A.B.M disc golf club. Contact Scott Franke

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