Twizel Disc Golf Course Oct 14-15 2017
NZDG Tour Disc Golf Tournament
Friday 13th October - 2 Rounds (total of 36 holes) of Doubles
Saturday 14th October - 2 Rounds (total of 36 holes) of Singles
Sunday 15th October - 1 Round of Singles then 9 more holes (total of 27 holes) then Safari Super 6 (top 6 players play a final 6 more extended holes).
Lunch on both days included in registration fee.
Register and pay at:
https:// www.vorticasport.com/ product-page/ twizel-moonbase
or pay online ($45 entry, $25 extra for Sat Gourmet BBQ dinner) :
Account Name - Disc Golf Wanaka
Account Number - 06-0943-0106580-00
Reference - MB3
Nearby Lake Ruataniwha supports sailing, water skiing and prominent rowing events such as the Maadi Cup, while the Ohau Skifield and the Round Hill Ski Area attract winter tourists.
Twizel is also on the route of the Alps to Ocean Cycle Trail.
The area boasts one of the world's cleanest, driest and darkest skies, and has long drawn astronomers to Twizel and the surrounding area, with several existing astro-tourism ventures, such as at Lake Tekapo and Omarama, catering to their needs during the development of two additional observatories in Twizel and at Mount Cook Village. Since 2012, Twizel has been a part of the Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark-Sky Reserve, one of only five such reserves in the world recognised by the International Dark-Sky Association.