Par for Pets Disc Golf Benefit

The Newbury United Community Church’s Youth Group has chosen to sponsor an event for the Geauga Humane Society’s Rescue Village this summer as their community service project. All proceeds will benefit Rescue Village.

Disc Golf

Par for Pets Disc Golf Benefit will take place Saturday, July 21 at Punderson State Park Disc Golf Course (First driveway to the right immediately after entering the park)


12:00 p.m. – Family/Beginners Scramble Registration
1:00 p.m. – Family/Beginners Scramble Tee Off
1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Appx.) – Rescue Village Joins Us!
3:00 p.m. – Singles Round Registration
4:00 p.m. – Singles Round Tee Off

Raffles, games and refreshments will be available throughout the event. Prizes will be awarded after each round. Raffles will be drawn at the end of the event. Print a flyer here.

Registration form can be found here.

Family/Beginners Scramble Round; Includes Discs to Play:

Registration Fee: $30.00 for a Team of Four Players (All ages)

Includes: 2 Innova Aviar Putters, 2 Innova Roc Midrange Discs & Canvas Drawstring Backpack

This is open to beginners, families and those new to the sport only. A scramble is played by each person of the team throwing their disc in turn, and then deciding which throw was best and playing from that point on in the same fashion until someone gets the disc in the basket. Because we want to keep this round fair for new players and families, we ask that regular players not enter unless their other teammates are completely new to the sport. First, second, and third places will be awarded for this round. The discs you receive can be used to come back to the park to play anytime! Disc golf is a free sport to play unlike regular golf.

*Because we have a limited number of discs to provide for this round, we recommend coming early to register.

Singles Round:

Registration Fee: $10.00 Cash or $15.00 Cage Sponsorship for Rescue Village
Divisions: Recreational and Advanced

This round will be an 18 hole singles tournament for regular players. First, second, and third places will be awarded for each division. We reserve the right to award prizes to women and children players if they choose to participate in this round. A special trophy will be awarded for lowest overall score.

Please Note:

There are rough areas of the course. If you plan on playing, we recommend wearing tennis shoes and long pants. There is also a fair amount of poison ivy on the course. Areas of the course may be muddy if there is a recent rainfall.

Sheri Rimes
Author: Sheri Rimes

Sheri Rimes has been an animal lover, owner and rescuer all of her life. She is the mother of 1 and enjoys working with their newest family member, a German Shepherd named, “Ziva”. Sheri is the founder of “Save the Kitties Cat Sanctuary”, “The Ransom Ranch Project” (a faith-based outreach program looking for funding that helps single parent families and troubled youth), and the owner of “The Organic Pet”. Sheri is also the host of Pet Prep Radio. She has also been a long term volunteer with Lake Metroparks Farmpark riding with “The Light Horse Brigade, educating the public about the Arabian and The American Paint breeds of horses.