North Park Open - 2013

 Jon estrada won the Recreational Men's Division with a superb effort that actually would have won the Intermediate division as well.  Jon does a great job in the DFW Metroplex with Top Card Disc Golf, an organization designed to bring the sport to children, especially high school disc golf clubs.  They work closely with OD Wyatt High.  

 Jeremy DuBois is a regular on the scene and took home the Intermediate Men's Division in a playoff against Bradly Bramlett.  

 Larry Hollon is a Team Disc Golf Station member that consistently wins the Advanced Senior Grandmasters division.  Someone needs to turn 60 and give Larry a run for his money!

 Greg Cox is a force to be reckoned with in the Advanced Grandmasters division.  He can still take it to the Masters.  I feel sorry for the 50 year olds.  Greg is a Team Disc Golf Freaks representative.  Team DGF is a group of local disc golf addicts that are tournament regulars.

 Eloy Rodriguez won his second Advanced Masters Division in as many weeks.  Eloy is a staple in the Fort Worth scene and is a major promoter of Fort Worth's disc golf club, the Funkytown Flyers.

 Brandon Melton (L) cruised to an easy victory in the Advanced Division on the course he built from the ground up.  Brandon represents Inches of Mercury (music and disc golf pro shop) as well as the Funkytown Flyers and has designed 4 courses in our area.  He spent countless hours working on this course over the years and put in a great effort to prepare the course for the North Park Open.  Hats off to Mr. Melton for all he does!

 Paul King won the Pro Masters Division over a close 3-man field.  

 Bradley Williams took it to a 12 man field in the Open Men's Division.  Bradley set a PDGA record in 2012 for most tournament wins and North Park seems to be a good start to his calendar year.  In the picture, he is actually giving a lesson to a junior to help teach some basics to a new player.  Pretty cool.  Great shooting, Bradley!

 Jennifer Brooks won the Advanced Women's Division in a playoff over Samantha Keddington.  She gets the sportsmanship award of the day for declining her payout so that it could be bumped to the next player.  Very cool, Jennifer!  

 Madison Ling, playing in her first tournament, won the FJ2 Division.  She is evcited to be playing this new sport and looks to learn quickly  Watch out ladies!