2018 Pot of Gold Sponsored by Latitude 64: Lafreniere Park March 10!

February 6, 2018

Louisiana’s largest tournament is back for 2018 at the charming Lafreniere Park in Metairie!

Sponsored by Latitude 64! Get your limited edition 2018 Pot of Gold Latitude 64 discs at the tournament.

Two 18-hole courses means there’s plenty of room for lots and lots of players. Live bands almost all day long!

Huge FREE catered buffet lunch featuring 1,000 Hooters wings, Big Brown’s chicken & sausage Jambalaya, Quality P’s cherry, peach, and blueberry cobbler, and more! And free Abita Beer if you’re 21 or older!

$800 for the champion of the Open division, and the champion gets their name added to the traditional Pot of Gold cast iron pot trophy.

Free t-shirts for all amateur division players! Baskets to the winner of Advanced Men and Intermediate Men. Full-color plaques for the champions of every division and for 2nd & 3rd in every amateur division!

We’ve lowered our entry fees this year but the fun is still huge and the value is even better. Sign up at Disc Golf United:

http://www.discgolfunited.com/disc-golf-tournaments/event-detail.cfm/tourn_id/5116

Sponsorships: Help us make the Pot of Gold even better by advertising your business at the Pot of Gold!

$100.00 A $100 contribution gets your name or the name/logo of your business on the tournament t-shirts and on two tee signs. With this contribution level, you will also receive two custom printed tournament discs or tournament t-shirts.

$40.00 A $40.00 contribution gets your name or the name of your business on one tee sign. With this contribution level, you will also receive one custom printed tournament disc or tournament t-shirt.


Comments

  1. Brad Elkins - January 15, 2019 at 7:21 pm

    Howdy! Coming out from Sacramento to NOLA for first time on February 13-17. Which course is best to play, are there any grand masters who like to play early to show me around? Thx, Brad Elkins 916-397-7227

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    • Special K - January 20, 2019 at 12:41 pm

      It’s tough to pick the best course, they’re all above average but not super-spectacular. If you like short courses that are easy to navigate, play City Park. If you like a course that’s tough to break par on, play Lafreniere Park…it’s a little tough to navigate without help though, make sure to download the map. Or if you want the full, play-in-a-Louisiana swamp experience with lots of par 4 and par 5 holes, play the John Houck-designed Parc Des Familles. If you’re looking for old folks to play in the morning, your best bet is to join NO Team DGC club on Facebook and post there.

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