2018 Mulekick Open Scoring Statistics

The 2018 Mulekick Open was the first PDGA Tournament ever hosted at Woodland Park. With a full field attending the event, it was the perfect opportunity to collect some information on course scoring statistics.

Overall, holes 2 & 18 were the most difficult while hole 8 was the easiest. See how you you did compared to the field. Check out the 2018 Mulekick Open round statistics here:

2018 Mulekick Open Stats – Round 1 

2018 Mulekick Open Stats – Round 2

Updated Bracket: US Amateur Match Play Championships Local Qualifier

*** View the current bracket & match dates/times by clicking the link here. ***

Registration is now FULL for this event.

View the player list on Disc Golf Scene by clicking here.

The road to Emporia, KS and a shot at $20,000 worth of prizes starts here..

Muletown Disc Golf is pleased to announce that in April 2018, we will be hosting a local qualifier for the USAMPC Presented by Dynamic Discs at Woodland Park. The winner of this event will advance to compete in the State Championship Bracket (May 2018), and the winner of that will compete in the National Championship  Bracket (Emporia, KS: June 22-24, 2018), where the winner will receive a prize package worth $20,000.

This event will consist of 4 rounds of single-elimination, match play disc golf played over the entire month of April at Woodland Park Disc Golf Course (Long Tees) in Columbia, TN. Udisc will randomly generate the brackets. Competitors will be responsible for completing one match per week with their assigned opponent. If you win your match in the first week, you move on! If you lose, you’re eliminated. This continues with a smaller bracket each week until a champion is crowned during the final week of April. The tournament director will provide everyone with the match schedule once registration is complete.

The cost to enter is $45.00 for the entire tournament; all the way to the national championship.

The players pack includes 2 premium discs custom stamped for this event, one from Dynamic Discs and the other from Latitude 64.

First Place- Trophy Disc, $100 online credit to Dynamic Discs, invite to compete in Tennessee State Bracket
Second Place- Jr. Trophy Disc, $50 online credit to Dynamic Discs
Third Place- Trophy Mini, $25 online credit to Dynamic Discs

More prize details can be found here.

This event is open to:
-Current PDGA members with a rating 969 or below
-Non-Current PDGA members who have never been rated 970 or above
-Non-PDGA members
-You CAN play in more than one local qualifier event.
-You do not have to live in TN to compete in this event.

View the player list on Disc Golf Scene by clicking here.

Find out more info at the official event website here:

Event Schedule:

Week 1 (April 1st – 7th): Round of 16 – 8 matches take place during the first week of April. Match winners advance to week 2 (Quarterfinals).

Week 2 (April 8th – 14th): Quarterfinals – 4 matches take place during the second week of April. Match winners advance to week 3 (Semifinals).

Week 3 (April 15th – 21st): Semifinals – 2 matches take place during the third week of April. Match winners advance to week 4 (Local Championship).

Week 4 (April 22nd – 28th): Local Championship – The championship match will take place during the final week of April. The match winner will advance to the Tennessee State Bracket.

Tennessee State Bracket – May 2018

Championship Bracket – June 22 – 24, 2018 in Emporia, KS

Contact the Tournament Director, John Dale, with any questions at:

Muletown FREE For All – Waitlist Available

***** Announcing the “Muletown FREE For All” *****
Registration opens up March 19, 2018 at 9:00am CST. Field capped at 90


Hosted under the PDGA’s Competitive Endowment Program, the Muletown FREE For All is the ONLY free PDGA tournament in the state of Tennessee. This event is a perfect opportunity for players of all skill levels to play an event without breaking the bank. Invite your friends, bring new players and introduce them to tournament play, or just come get some free PDGA rated rounds!

This event will also function as a charity event for Maury Magic Riders, a non-profit organization offering recreational and therapeutic horseback riding that helps young children and adults with disabilities such as: cerebral palsy, down syndrome, stroke, autism, a wide range of learning disorders, and also for individuals with impaired mobility. 100% of our proceeds will be donated to the organization.

The event is absolutely free. $10 is required to reserve your spot in the tournament. Once players have checked in on the day of the tournament, they have 2 options: (A) Donate the $10 to Maury Magic Riders (B) Request a $10 refund. If you do not show up on the day of the event, your $10 will be donated.

Trophies will be provided for each division….. perhaps some additional prizes will be announced?



Announcing the 2018 Muletown PDGA Spring League

Looking to build on last year’s successful Fall league, we’re once again going to host a PDGA sanctioned league at Woodland Park.
The entry fees and finale payouts will remain the same, but based on club member feedback, we’re tweaking the format a bit. ALL rounds during this league will be PDGA rated, but for the league standings, we’re going to be taking your 5 best rounds out of the 9 weeks to determine your points.
League points will be determined by what you shoot and nothing more. If you play more than 5 rounds during this 9 week league, your worst round will be dropped from your 5 league scores which will improve your standing in the league.
Example: (7 rounds) 60-61-58-57-65-59-64
This player would drop the 65 and 64 rounds.
It’s gonna be a blast. Y’all come out and invite your friends. All skill levels will be represented and welcomed! Also, PDGA membership IS NOT required to participate in this league.

Follow this link to the PDGA website for more league info.

Credit to Jeremy Ary for the flyer!


2018 Muletown Ice Bowl – Event Recap

The 2018 Muletown Ice Bowl is in the books! We had 32 participants show up to compete in some classic Ice Bowl inclement weather and the results were amazing. The following amounts were raised during this Ice Bowl for Harvest Share Food Pantry by participants and hole sponsors:

Total Money Raised for Harvest Share: $911.00 

Total Amount of Food Donated to Harvest Share: 198 lbs

We’d also like to thank the following organizations for their generous Ice Bowl prize donations:
Lawrence County Disc Club
Muletown Coffee
Music City Disc Golf 

We had a memorable disc golf competition out in the mud and rain. The holes had some interesting rules and stipulations imposed by the many hole sponsors along with multiple CTP prizes. Some examples of these sponsor imposed rules are holes requiring putters only, off hand roller tee shots, tomahawk throws and left hand turbo putts into the basket. However, at the end of the day two teams finished victorious over the field:

Open/Adv Champions (Long Tees):
Swiss N’ Chris (Swiss Affolter & Chris Arant) – 55 Total Score

Int/Rec Champions (Short Tees):
DDD (Darius Turrentine & Blake David) – 47 Total Score

The following people also won prizes in the food donation challenge:
Crissy Dale – 78 pounds
Swiss Affolter – 45 pounds

Thank you everyone for your generosity and care for our community.



2018 Ice Bowl Hole Info

Here are the instructions for each of the holes in the 2018 Muletown Ice Bowl. Thank you to all of the hole sponsors for their generosity and creativity!

Hole Instructions Sponsor
1 Putters Only – Entire Hole Dulles the Boxador
2 LHBH Drives Only American Southpaw Association
3 Chris Arant must spin 10 sec before each throw shouting nice things about his wife & must throw immediately afterwards Chris’ Better Half
4 All players must bark while teeing off on this dogleg hole Greta
5 All teams must pass through hula hoop Mando. If unsuccessful, the team must throw from the drop zone with a 1 stroke penalty. Michael Hammock
6 Island Hole w/ 2 drop zones Rescue Island
7 Tomahawk shots only for the entire hole Tommy Boy
8 Worst Shot Doubles Sci-Fly Guys
9 Drive – Rollers only

2nd shot – Offhand throw then play the hole normally.

Doug Barrett
10 Mando between two trees with a drop zone for missing the mando Darius Loves Ashlyn
11 Players must use an offhand roller tee shot (Courtesy of Ko) Graymere Country Club
12 Teams take a TN 2 from the tee (2 drives per player, take the best of the 4 drives) Davy Crockett
13 Count the number of full sized discs you’re carrying then divide by 4. Take that many steps forward and teeoff. Packmule Payoff
14 Have Fun! The Resistance
15 Out of respect for the broken branch, drive with the softest disc in your bag. Tree of Sorrows
16 Teams must select a drive that touches a tree trunk. No tree trunk hit = throw from drop zone for 4th shot (2 stroke penalty for both player missing the tree & 1 stroke penalty). Hug a Tree Today Foundation
17 Take a ridiculous photo of everyone on your card and post to Muletown Disc Golf Facebook page. Failure to get in photo or hiding = 1 stroke penalty Ron Gibson
18 Drake Abernathy shirtless & without umbrella. LH Turbo Putts only within 10 meters of the basket Sponsored on Behalf of Prodigy Discs

Recap – 2018 Bag Tag Kickoff Sponsored By Southern Exposure

***2018 Bag Tag Kickoff Sponsored by Southern Exposure – RECAP***

First off, thank you to Southern Exposure for sponsoring the 2018 Muletown Disc Golf bag tags. Please stop by their location in Columbia to stock up on your disc golf gear and other outdoor apparel. Visit their website here:


As for the 2018 Bag Tag Kickoff, we had a great turnout today despite the threat of inclement weather. CTP prizes were won, payouts were given multiple places deep but the ace pot was not hit by the new 2018 Bag Tag membership group. Congratulations to Shawn Swiss Affolter for earning the #1 Tag at today’s event. Who wants to challenge and win it from him? On the ladies side, Ashlyn Brooke Poynor won the #1 Women’s tag in an exciting three way, sudden death playoff.

Also, congratulations to our division winners:
Open/Advanced – Shawn Swiss Affolter
Intermediate/Recreational – James Gray
Womens – Ashlyn Brooke Poynor

If you would like to purchase a 2018 Muletown Disc Golf Bag Tag please see us at an upcoming event or contact Steve Swann in person, over Facebook, or email: muletowndg@gmail.com

Ice Bowl Hole Sponsorship Info

Muletown Ice Bowl Hole sponsorships are available for a minimum donation of $25.

Sponsorship will include your name or custom message on a sign at your sponsored hole. You also will be able to specify how event participants must play your hole (e.g., forehand drives, turbo putts, etc..)

CTP prize donations are also appreciated.

To sponsor a hole, contact John Dale via email by Saturday 02/03/18 at:

Here is the current status of holes available for sponsorship:

Hole 1 – Sponsored
Hole 2 – Sponsored
Hole 3 – Sponsored
Hole 4 – Sponsored
Hole 5 – Sponsored
Hole 6 – Sponsored
Hole 7 – Sponsored
Hole 8 – Sponsored
Hole 9 – Sponsored
Hole 10 – Sponsored
Hole 11 – Sponsored
Hole 12 – Sponsored
Hole 13 – Sponsored
Hole 14 – Sponsored
Hole 15 – Sponsored
Hole 16 – Sponsored
Hole 17 – Sponsored
Hole 18 – Sponsored

Muletown Ice Bowl Recommended Food Donations

There will be an optional food donation challenge at the Muletown Ice Bowl this year. The individual donating the most food in pounds will win a prize. According to Maury County Harvest Share Food Pantry the following food items are particularly needed:

Canned Food:
Green beans, corn, peas, turnip greens, tomatoes, pinto beans, white beans, black-eyed peas, pork and beans, mixed vegetables, potatoes, chili, soups, tuna, spam, mackerel, yams, fruit cocktail, peaches, apple sauce, spaghetti sauce.

Corn flakes, oats, shortening, corn meal, flour, sugar, peanut butter, crackers, spaghetti noodles, elbow macaroni, can or dry milk.

Cash Donations:
All of the money raised in the Muletown Ice Bowl will be donated to Maury County Harvest Share. They use the money to buy eggs, margarine, chicken and other food items listed above and to support operating expenses. Harvest Share is able to buy food tax free and in case lots. Additional cash donations on top of event entries will be accepted at the event.

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