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2014 Stumptown Membership

With the new year upon us now is a great time to renew or join Stumptown Disc Golf.

Membership in Stumptown Disc Golf helps support disc golf in the Portland Metro area, and beyond. Membership fees each year have helped develop new courses in Oregon & Southwest Washington such as McCormick Park, Blue Lake, Stub Stewart, Leverich, and Lower Columbia in Astoria. This year's Stumptown Slosh series will benefit the volunteer efforts for the World Championships in Portland.

Stumptown also supports work parties, course improvements and helps Oregon host the Beaver State Fling a national tour PDGA tournament, and the 2014 PDGA Pro Worlds. Also current Stumptown members can save $5 off their 2013 PDGA membership. In addition Stumptown members can also save 15% at Next Adventure & Play It Again Sports Beaverton. This is a great value, so join or renew today.

Join or renew by clicking on the link: http://4discgolf.com

What has the Portland Disc Golf scene needed most?

Good signage at our premier disc golf course in Portland, Oregon has been at the top of the list for things to do for some time now. Pier Park was established in 2001 and the cement tee pads went in several years later. However, no one stepped up to do tee signs and a welcome kiosk at the course. This has been a huge blot on an otherwise stellar course. In 2009 Alex from Portland Parks and Recreation contacted Stumptown Disc Golf and asked us if we would get behind adding signs to the course.