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Reservations nearly filled for June 5-6 event

photo of the CMC Leadville disc golf course

For the first time, CMC Leadville’s disc golf course will host the National Amateur Disc Golf Tour on June 5-6. Registrations are nearly filled, though spectators are welcome to come out to see the tournament.

Attention disc golfers: Colorado Mountain College Leadville’s disc golf course will be closed to the public on June 5 and 6 due to a scheduled tournament, though spectators are welcome to attend and watch the event.

Two days of competition are scheduled for the National Amateur Disc Golf Tour (NADGT) event. Although the tournament is open to anyone, registrations are filling fast.

The NADGT is the official disc golf tour for amateur disc golfers, many of whom are looking to take their next step to becoming a professional player. Headquartered in Eatonton, Georgia, the tour produces a network of tournaments nationwide for every level of amateur disc golfer.

“Colorado Mountain College is thrilled to welcome the tour and disc golfers from across the country to experience our amazing high altitude campus course,” said Amy Smallwood, CMC Leadville associate dean of academics and student affairs. “We’re looking forward to this being one of many NADGT tournaments CMC Leadville will have the opportunity to host.”

The amateur-only singles tournament is sanctioned by the Professional Disc Golf Association. Day One will include intermediate, recreational, junior, masters (except men’s over 40 masters) divisions. Day Two is reserved for the advanced divisions for men and women and the men over 40 masters division.

For June 5 registration, go to NADGT Day One and for June 6, go to NADGT Day Two. Visit CMC Leadville to learn more about the campus.