Zoo Town Open presented by Ink Realty

This year's Zoo Town Open presented by Ink Realty is now full with the exception of 5 spots for any Women's division and 5 spots for men rated 990+. If you qualify for either of these, or would like to be put on the waitlist, email Brian at brianbjortomt@yahoo.com with Zoo Town Open in the title.

More info on the tournament can be found at http://www.gardencityflyers.org/site/node/1946

2017 Folf in the Parks

Missoula Parks and Rec is gettting geared up for another year of Folf in the Parks. More info and a schedule is posted below. Click on the link at the bottom for to go to the P&R page to get directions to each park.

If you haven't, be sure to get out and play a few of these! They are FREE and are really fun courses in parks around town that maybe you haven't been to before. They're doing a Bag Tag Challenge this year, too!

Spring Session
(Tuesday Evenings) 4-6pm

April 4: McCormick Park
April 11: Broadway Island
April 18: Silver Park
April 25: Ben Hughes Park

2017 Montana Tournament Schedule

Here is the 2017 Montana schedule. I know there will be a few more Ice Bowls, Ace Races and etc..., and a few other tournaments that will be added to the schedule as they are announced. Gonna be a busy year in Montana!!

Jan 21 - Helena Ice Bowl - Helena - unsanctioned
Jan 28 - Frost Fever Tournament - Missoula - unsanctioned
Feb 4 - Spiritwood Ice Bowl - Victor - unsanctioned
Feb 11 - Wind Blown Open - Livingston - C tier
Feb 18 - Great Falls Ice Bowl - Great Falls - unsanctioned
Feb 18 - Missoula Ice Bowl - Missoula - unsanctioned

New Missoula Course - Sky Ranch

Missoula's newest course, Sky Ranch, will officially open on Wednesday, June 15th and be open for the rest of the season. Gates will open at 9:00 AM and close at 9:00 PM. Cost is $5 per day and can be dropped in the box near the tee of hole 4. Season passes are available through the Sky Ranch website at www.skyranchretreat.com. This is a privately owned and funded course, so please respect the owners by not smoking and leaving your dogs at home.

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