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2006 Tulsa Ice Bowl
Saturday, January 21 at Riverside Park
79 Players  . . .  323 lbs. of food  . . .  $1580 cash
Presented to: The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma

(2) Rounds of 20 holes each  /  “par” = 120
Sunny … air temp upper 30’s to lower 50’s … Wind: SW 5-10 mph


PRO WOMEN
 Danielle Vargas   56 / 52  108  $10 cash

PRO GRANDMASTER WOMEN
 Barb Paske        55 / 59  114  $10 cash

ADVANCED WOMEN
 Lisa Anderson     64 / 58  122  $17 prizes

ADVANCED MASTERS WOMEN
 Kim Click         60 / 65  125  $17 prizes

ADVANCED GRANDMATERS WOMEN
 Becky Schneider   75 / 70  145  $17 prizes

AMATEUR WOMEN
 Tammy Walsh       67 / 66  133  $17 prizes
 Melissa Stacye    67 / 67  134  $17  
 Debbie Bryant     76 / 77  153  $17

OPEN PRO
 Devan Owens       44 / 42   86  $30 cash
 James Patton      48 / 46   94  $15
 Howard Dine       52 / 44   96  $10
 Mike Conners      49 / 48   97  $ 8
 Billy Lund        49 / 49   98
 Justin Bougher    53 / 49  102
 Josh Robertson    54 / wd    
 Jeff Green        60 / wd

PRO MASTERS
 Scott Wilkinson   45 / 43   88  $40 cash
 Dale Patterson    46 / 48   94  $25
 Jerry Stacey      48 / 49   97  $20
 David Nicholson   51 / 47   98  $ 5
 Joe Rotan         50 / 48   98  $ 5
 Joyle Deering     50 / 49   99
 Tony Walker       48 / 51   99
 Dan Bougher       51 / 50  101
 Mike Click        51 / 51  102
 Phil Hagan        50 / 52  102
 Larry Juby        51 / 59  110
 Billy Juby        60 / 53  113
 Sean Young        62 / 69  131

ADVANCED GRANDMASTERS
 THE Jeff Ash      47 / 50   97  $42 prizes
 James Diel        49 / 49   98  $30
 Dave Wise         53 / 48  101  $24
 Kevin Gilliland   52 / 50  102  $14
 Richard Mitchell  50 / 52  102  $14
 Wayne Gregory     55 / 53  108
 Terrill Paske     53 / 55  108
 Steve Naegele     52 / 57  109
 Martin Norris     57 / 55  112
 Matt Gillis       55 / 57  112
 Mike Harris       57 / 58  115
 Bud Johnson       58 / 58  116
 Michael Treat     59 / 58  117
 Scott Schumacher  60 / 58  118
 Bob“Doc”Morton    59 / 59  118

ADVANCED
 Zach Lund         50 / 52  102  $24 prizes
 Jeff Paul         56 / 52  108  $16
 Bill Moyers       57 / 53  110
 Aaron Swygert     58 / 53  111
 Tom Townsend      56 / 59  115

AMATEUR
 Charles Smith     52 / 44   96  $45 prizes
 Taylor Sears      48 / 50   98  $32
 Marq Lewis        53 / 49  102  $24
 Andrew Treat      53 / 50  103  $16
 Travis Greenway   56 / 49  105  $12
 Mark Conners      52 / 56  108
 Billy Leonard     57 / 55  112
 Eric Thompson     56 / 56  112
 Brian Kummers     55 / 57  112
 Jesse Crew        60 / 54  114
 Brent Corey       57 / 57  114
 John Lane         59 / 59  118
 Greg Hutson       63 / 57  120
 Ehren Hutsell     60 / 61  121
 Aaron Saunders    59 / 62  121
 Brandon Peak      61 / 61  122
 David Kam         69 / 59  128

NOVICE
 Brad VonAschen    55 / 52  107  $32 prizes
 Randy Forsander   59 / 56  115  $24
 Brent Carter      59 / 57  116  $14
 James Norris      53 / 63  116  $14
 Ryan Kelley       58 / 59  117  $ 3
 Dev Bohn          58 / 59  117  $ 3
 Dave Collins      57 / 60  117  $ 3
 Shaun Eller-More  61 / 59  120
 Jacob Kaiser      69 / 60  129
 Dillon Hargrave   72 / 64  136
 Matt Parker       60 / 80  140
 Larry Kelley      74 / 67  141
 Kelly Scott       70 / 74  144

Aces :
 Michael Treat     hole  10     $40 cash
 Phil Hagan        hole  16     $40 cash

C-T-P :  Hole 8
 Round 1  =  Zach Lund      35”  $27 prizes
 Round 2  =  Terrill Paske  11”  $27 prizes


WOW!  As this Record dollar-amount was counted and re-counted and re-counted again, it is still amazing.  With all the Fun that we had out there at the Park, we never dreamed how much our efforts would pay off to our local Food Bank.  All the Players seemed to be having a great time as well (especially with Mulligans at Riverside).  Some previous challenges, bets, and dares had to be paid also at this Event.  Mister Andrew Treat (a good sport and a man of his word) had to not only caddy for Scott Schumacher, but he had to wear a dress and stand behind a sign that said “FurDog’s Caddy (Two Putt’s My Daddy)”.



Stay away from the side-bets with the “old-guys”, Andrew.  Scott himself played both rounds in his “moose pajamas”, and his smile.  What a card !

The Weather was great for January: sunshine, 30’s to 50’s, and just a light breeze. We added a couple of birdie holes to Riverside’s already “friendly layout”.  Joyle Deering loaned me a pole hole and I also added a fresh coat of paint on my “hanging basket”.  The cans of food stacked up well as they were donated.  It was also more than I guessed: 323 pounds.  But the Players have been listening well about what our Food Bank is able to do with every dollar donated, and they responded.  Mulligan sales were once again huge, and several other cash donations erased our previous “high-water mark” of  $806.  I could continue to write three more pages thanking all of our participants and donors, because they are ALL responsible for these great results.  All local TV channels: ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX featured footage and interviews from the Event.  The media loves a Fundraiser for a good Charity. And The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma is under the impression that all Disc Golfers “have wings”.
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Gary Nail’s help was invaluable (as always).  Bill “Slim” Moyers helped with scorecards while I was giving away discs, shirts, gift-certificates, and yes, even antifreeze.  Lots of Players brought extra food and lots of Players bought Mulligans. Additional donations included: 
  Brad Zimmerman (always the first every year, months ahead of time) -  $20 cash
  Steve & Kathy Ward - $20 cash
  Gary Nail - $40 in QT cards and $10 cash
  Rick Neil - Three “candy” discs and $20 cash
  Martin Norris - $20 cash
  United Ford - a case of premium antifreeze
  Tim & Marci Joha - extra food and $20 cash
  Danielle Vargas - $10 cash
  Wayne Forest - extra cans of food, extra discs and shirts for prizes, extra cash for payouts
  Atkinson Supply -  extra cans of food
  THE Jeff Ash - donated his winnings back into the Ladies’ payouts so that every Lady won
Some of the other Players who placed donated their amounts to Players who finished below them. (Now that’s COOL!)
And … the biggest donors … deserving a stirring ovation:
  T.D.S.A. - $200
  Allied Insurance (David Wise) - $100
  Scott Schumacher - $100

In the eyes of our Community , the Sport of Disc Golf and all the Players really got “polished up” to a high shine.  In our own eyes as well.  V-e-r-y good timing with our present growth, expansion, and hosting the AmWorlds this Summer.  This is not the main reason we work so hard on this Charity Event, but it is a nice “side benefit”.

I am proud to TD your Tulsa Ice Bowl, and will do so again in 2007.
                                                                                                       Wayne Forest

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