Frisbees will fly this weekend at Finnon Lake as Tru Line Customs, in conjunction with the 2013 Tru Line Tour, presents ‘Take the Lake,’ a two-day frisbee golf tournament beginning tomorrow and concluding Sunday.
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The field, limited to 135, is expected to draw some pros, including several world champions. Take the Lake’s fourth stop of a 13-site tour, is the first of its kind to grace the Finnon Disc Golf Course, situated around the lake on property owned by the Mosquito Volunteer Fire Association.
The Finnon course, unofficially rated as a pro course, has been open for four years.
There will be two rounds of 27 holes. A cash award for the pro class and first place trophies will be handed out. Additionally, there will be a long drive and putting contests. Standard disc golf rules apply.
The entrant fee varies depending on class. Information/registration contact is Bruce Hinson at 308-737-7008 or [email protected]
Disc golfers and those attending this weekend can rely on Rock Creek Cafe, owned an operated by Frank and Heidi Ethridge, to meet their dining needs. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Mosquito/Swansboro area, the Rock Creek Cafe overlooks Finnon Lake.