Spectating at the Ledgestone Insurance Open
The 2020 Ledgestone Insurance Open will be a great opportunity to spectate and watch some of the best players in the world. The players love spectators and enjoy having an audience. There are a few things to remember when spectating:
- The players take this very seriously - for some players this is their way of making a living. Please be considerate of their needs.
- Do not ask for autographs before or during the round. Please save this for after the round.
- Please try to stay behind the players when they are throwing. Also, if you are in the player's line of sight please be as still as you can. Do not be moving behind the basket when they are putting.
- When the players are preparing to throw, please be quiet.
- Please make sure your cell phones are on silent during the round.
- If a player's disc lands out of bounds do not pick it up for them. Let them get their own disc.
This year's Discraft Ledgestone Insurance Open is offering the following admission options to the event:
VIP Badge - The cost for this is $90 and gets you free parking during the entire event plus a special badge and Spectator Pack. The badge will get you special access to the VIP tent at the event (which will include snacks and food). The VIP badge will also get you an amazing Spectator Pack (more details to come soon, but it will have a retail value over $175). The VIP badge will also get you one free meal at Lake Eureka.
Weekly Parking Pass - The cost for this is $35 and gets you a free Ledgestone disc and a free shirt. This also gets you free parking for the entire tournament.
Daily Parking Pass - The cost of this is $10 and will get you parking for one day at the event at any of the venues.
Players will get free parking at all event venues. Anyone being dropped off at the event will not have to pay a fee. The fee is for cars who park only. These rates are per car. If you carpool with multiple people these rates do not change.
For anyone interested in just purchasing a 2020 Ledgestone players pack, you can do so at this link.
Parking and VIP Passes
May 29 2020
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May 28 2020
Nate Heinold announced today that he will run for re-election for the PDGA Board of Directors. Heinold has served on the PDGA BOD since 2017 and is the current Secretary for the organization and is the chair of the PDGA’s Majors and NT Committee.
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May 12 2020
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