37th Annual Waterloo Disc Golf Classic – Pictures on Flickr

During the weekend of October 18th and October 19th, 2014 the Waterloo Disc Golf Club held their annual disc golf classic benefiting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas raising thousands of dollars.

I spent endless hours on the course as a Staff member of the event and Board member of the club.. here are the pictures I was able to capture.

I have also uploaded all the pictures from the 37th Annual Waterloo Disc Golf Classic on the Waterloo FB page.

Many made the cut and edits, some did not. If you were not included, I apologize, but some were poor quality, bad timing, questionable/unbecoming, I may have just missed you out of 180 players and two courses. Please enjoy responsibly and thank you for letting me capture the moments. [remember to read my copyright notes] Thanks. https://www.flickr.com/photos/troyherman/sets

Thank you for all of the support. Remember to always PLAY IT FORWARD.

DiscTroy

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About disctroy

Disc Golfer, Blogger, Writer, Photographer, Foodie, Blessed... We don't stop playing because we get old; We get old because we stop playing.... Troy is a member of the Professional Disc Golf Association who currently lives in Austin, TX. He is a Board Member of the Austin-based Waterloo Disc Golf Club, has been playing disc golf over 14 years competitively and non-competitively, in local and national events. He has been published in Disc Golfer magazine and Yahoo News.He volunteers regularly to promote disc golf, clean parks and help build new ones. It is his simple motto to "Play It Forward"... after all, you can never frown when you play Frisbee or throw a Disc.
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