Columbus man posts low score in CCYC disc golf tourney


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Deer on the No. 6 green at the CCYC Disc Golf Course.

Deer on the No. 6 green at the CCYC Disc Golf Course.


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Brayden Lahmer, eighth-grader at Wilmington’s Rodger O. Borror Middle School, with his favorite disc.


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Aaron Collins of Columbus posted the overall low score in the Clinton County Youth Council’s fourth annual Make A Difference Day Disc Golf Tournament.

Competing in the advanced division, Collins had a 7-under par 47 to edge three competitors by one stroke.

Zach Jenkins was first in the student division with a 3-under par 51.

Ryan Bowman had a 4-under par 50 and won the intermediate division whild Sylvia Ulmer was runnerup with a 3-under par 51.

The title sponsor of the event was Clinton County Port Authority. Event sponsors were New Vienna Lions Club and the Tau Kappa Beta Fraternity.

The next event at CCYC disc golf course is “Gobble Glide 3” scheduled for 10 a.m. Nov. 23, the Friday after Thanksgiving. It is a bring your own partner doubles event.

The CCYC disc golf course is located on the grounds of CCYC’s after-school youth center at 302 W. Sugartree St. in Wilmington. Disc golf follows the rules of traditional ball golf, with the difference of a flying disc replacing a golf ball and clubs. A golf disc is thrown from a tee area to a target (a suspended metal basket) which is the “hole”. The course design snakes and traverses a partially wooded layout throughout the CCYC 5-acre campus that has direct access to the Luther Warren Peace Path.

The disc golf course is free to play and open to the public. Fundraiser discs are available for purchase at the youth center. For more information call Eric Guindon at 937-728-3523 or visit fb.com/ccycdiscgolf for more information.

SUMMARY

CCYC Disc Golf Tournament

• Student Division

Zach Jenkins 51

Kyle Howard 52

Nathan Smith 56

John Slone 62

Darrian Cole 64

Logan Allen 65

Brayden Lahmer 66

Michael Thompson 68

Clarence Bleska 78

William Snowball 79

• Advanced Division

Aaron Collins 47

Jay Schroeder 48

Ian Cleaver 48

Eric Guindon 48

Jeff Clinton 56

Elliot Smith 58

• Intermediate Division

Ryan Bowman 50

Sylvia Ulmer 51

Chris Payne 53

Rod Hickey 56

Jeff Hibbs 57

James Godfrey 58

Adam Cole 58

Adam Schultz 58

Mat Greene 62

Deer on the No. 6 green at the CCYC Disc Golf Course.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/11/web1_GLF_discdeer-1.jpgDeer on the No. 6 green at the CCYC Disc Golf Course. Courtesy photos

Brayden Lahmer, eighth-grader at Wilmington’s Rodger O. Borror Middle School, with his favorite disc.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/11/web1_GLF_disc8thgrader-1.jpgBrayden Lahmer, eighth-grader at Wilmington’s Rodger O. Borror Middle School, with his favorite disc. Courtesy photos

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