Hole 2 at Milo McIver’s West Course. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

The jewel of the Pacific Northwest will be back in the spotlight this week, as Milo McIver State Park takes center stage during four rounds of the Beaver State Fling. A longtime PDGA National Tour staple, the Fling is beloved for its manicured fairways, sweeping greenery, and consistently tight scoring: There’s been a playoff each of the last four years at the event, legendary showdowns that only cement this three-day tournament’s standing as a crowd and competitor favorite.

Due to its remote setting in Estacada, though, the event is difficult to broadcast live. Fear not: With three cards of post-production, plus instant scoring from UDisc Live and daily video and podcast recaps, you’ll have no problem keeping up with the action from Oregon.

Here’s everything you need to know to follow the Beaver State Fling:

Instant Scoring

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With more stats than you can shake a stick at, keep an eye on UDisc Live all week for in-the-moment moves from the Fling.

Post-Production Video

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Daily Round Recaps + Podcasts

No time to watch a full round? Just need a quick rundown of the day’s action? We’ll have you covered through the PDGA’s YouTube and social media channels with daily round recap videos that will mix quick-cut highlights with player interviews and stats breakdowns. We’ll do our best to fit everything you need to know into an easy-to-digest, easy-to-share package, all thanks to cooperation from our post-produced video teams and ace editor Cory Murrell.

Prefer listening to your recaps? Be sure to subscribe to PDGA Radio and keep an ear out for daily episodes of Chain Reaction, where Steve Hill will run down the day’s highlights with a mix of statistics and player soundbites.

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Open Lead Card

Central Coast Disc Golf continues to add flourishes to their coverage, with 2019 bringing a dedicated reaction camera and the regular inclusion of throw speeds and distances. At the Beaver State Fling, they are upping the ante for their lead card coverage with a five-person crew that will add a second reaction cam and work to put out round one’s feature card the same day. That is decidedly non-“Chump.” Feature card »

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Open Women’s Lead Card 

It’s hard to argue that any single media outlet has done as much to help grow women’s disc golf as much as Terry Miller, aka The Disc Golf Guy, so it’s only fitting that he put the FPO chase card on display for some next-week coverage from Vegas.

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Open Chase Card

With more than 100,000 subscribers, JomezPro has made a name for itself as one of disc golf media’s hardest working crews. The Texas-based company brings the Follow Flight to this week’s chase card, with the popular commentary duo of Nate Sexton and Jeremy Koling behind the mic.

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Highlights, Interviews, Sound Bites

In addition to the work he’ll be doing for the PDGA, Johnny DiscGolf will be releasing his own set of unique clips, interviews, and more on his personal YouTube channel.


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In just two years of touring, Alyssa Van Lanen has become the preeminent photographer when it comes time to get the right disc golf shot. From in-your-face actions to candid reactions, Van Lanen will have photo galleries from each day of competition.

PDGA Social Media

PDGA Media will be on the ground all week bringing the sights and sounds from the event. Whether it’s behind the scenes shenanigans on Instagram stories or photos and interviews on Facebook and Twitter, we’ll be communicating across all of our platforms for the week. Plus, be sure to subscribe to our newly refreshed YouTube channel, where we’ll post daily round recaps and other highlights from the event.

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