Trilogy Challenge Recap
The 2017 Dacey Trilogy Challenge was one of the more enjoyable events at Dacey last season according to our player survey we put out earlier this year, and 2018’s edition was just as enjoyable! We had another full field, and gorgeous weather throughout the day as we all tested 3 new Trilogy molds in a laid back, yet competitive environment.
This year the three discs were the Westside Discs putter the Maiden, Dynamic Discs midrange the Patrol, and Latitude 64s driver the Musket. It seemed as though many people we happy with the putter, were relatively neutral on the Musket, and were very split on the Patrol. Feel free to comment your feelings on the three offerings!
This year, we offered more divisions, and had MA2 and the Female divisions play the white tees, where the MA1 and MPO field play the blue tees, a change which seemed to make pacing of the round PERFECT. We heard no backups occurred and there was minimal downtime waiting for cards to be done, as most people all finished up at the same time. Anyways, let’s talk about our winners…
- Emily Hanson took it down with a 63
- Jillian Swartz with a 66
- Tara Scansaroli with a 66
- Benji Flores with a 50
- Christian Hayman with a 53*
- Chris Lydon with a 53*
*There was a FIVE WAY tie for second! Christian took sole possession of second with a birdie of hole 1 in the playoff, and Chris took third overcoming a tree kick off his drive on hole 2 to save par.
- Dean Chapman wins with a 63 on blues
- John Giampapa shoots a 64
- Jason Boucher bests Nick Berry and Dave Leger in a throw off for third place 65.
- Alex Sakash takes it with a 63
- Dean Slowey comes in second with a 66
- Nate Lundstrom takes third.
Crazy how 3/4 divisions were won with the identical score!
In addition to the round, we offered a number of field games for additional raffle tickets. We brought back the Totem Baskets for putting, and introduced a new field game called the “Stego Smash” featuring the Reptilian Discs incredibly overstable putter the Stego. The challenge was to try to throw the Stego over 200 feet, which only 4 people were able to do! Unreal! The raffle table this year was loaded with stuff- and Paul Sales cashed in with 4 raffle items won. I guess that is what $60 worth of raffle ticket purchases gets you!
We closed the day with a random doubles round using only the 3 trilogy discs. I am not sure how all the groups shot, but I know my card had a blast! With no tags or no money on the line, we took full advantage of a round to just goof off, throwing off hand putts (Josh Garland buried a 60 foot birdie lefty on a tree bank shot) and some worst discs doubles!
We want to thank all the players for coming out for another fun filled day!