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Cool new plastic has just arrived in the Discology shop

Latitude 64 discs are now available from Discology for the first time. Also, there’s some Innova Blizzard discs and the new Super Stingray and King Cobra.

Pour yourself a cup of tea and have a browse through the online shop.

Mail orders are normally despatched within 24 hours and all orders are tracked to guarantee delivery.

There’s also a few discs on sale, grab yourself a bargain.

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Discology heading off to the PDGA Worlds in North Carolina

Discology owner, Richard Sampson, will be competing at the 2012 PDGA World Championships in Charlotte, North Carolina, from 14-21 July.

Over 1000 pro and amateur players are expected for this week long competition, being played over 14 courses.

“To say I’m excited would be a bit of an under statement” said Richard.

“This is my first World Championships and also the first time I’ve been back to the USA since I first played disc golf at Pease Park in Austin, Texas in 1995.

I’ll be competing with my great mate and fellow Tasmanian, Harvey Yarnall. It’s gonna be a wild ten days and I can’t wait.

I’ll be playing in the Open division and will tackle three courses:

Richard Sampson

Renaissance – Moderately hilly, long, technical pro-level course with some heavily wooded holes and a few open holes. A monster with OB, mandos, ravines, creeks and diabolical pin placements. 7,282’(61)/9,407’(70)


Nevin – Tightly wooded, long, technical pro-level course with some elevation changes. Nicknamed The Nightmare, for good reason. 7,214’(63)/8,397’(68)


Bradford – Moderately hilly, moderately wooded pro-level course. Water in play on five holes. Minimal OB. 5,590’(55)/6,810’(58)


Check out what’s awaiting Richard at Renaissance…

Follow Discology’s blog and Facebook page for more news on the big trip.

PDGA World Championships website

Feldberg and others pros launch initiative to help tournaments and volunteers

McBeth and Jenkins win at Memorial Championships in Arizona

Jeez, some amazingly low scores over the weekend. There were four 1100+ rounds, from Feldberg, Schusterick and McBeth.

Congratulations to Paul McBeth and Valarie Jenkins for winning Mens and Womens Open division.

Paul McBeth
Paul McBeth

Valarie Jenkins
Valarie Jenkins


I enjoyed catching a few hours of the action streaming with discgolfplanet.tv
Specially enjoyed watching a 40m hole out by Sarah Hokom.


Here’s the results on PDGA.com (you might have to wait for it to upload)

McBeth and Feldberg on fire in Arizona

Many of the world’s top players are currently competing at the Memorial Championships presented by Discraft in Scottsdale, Arizona.

After two rounds, leading the mens open division is Paul McBeth, one shot ahead of Dave Feldberg. Incredibly, both players shot 1100+ rated rounds. Near perfect golf.

The womens open div is also tight within Val Jenkins holding a slim lead.

Live action is being streamed over the web by www.discgolfplanet.tv

I was watching the lead group this morning, the stream was good and the putts just kept dropping.

12 time World Champion Ken Climo popped into the commentary box for a short time and spoke about the recent arrival of his baby daughter. Congratulations Champ.

The tournament continues tomorrow, follow the live scoring at PDGA.com

Check out the live streaming too.

Queensland resident Rick Kapalko is competing in the Grandmaster division. C’mon Rick!

European Open attracts the World’s best

Over 150 players are gathering in Finland for one of Europe’s premier tournaments.

The European Open takes place 21-24 July in Nokia, Finland.

Joining the cream of Europe’s players will be a host of World Champions and leading pros from the USA.

The pre-tournament event is the Presidents Cup – Europe vs USA.

The course has been praised to be one of the most versatile and challenging layouts ever to be played in Europe.

This really promises to be one humdinger of an event.

Follow all the action at www.opendiscgolf.com