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HUGE Thanks to our 2017 Sponsors!!

Orchid Sponsors

Truly Unique Disc Golf
KC Disc
Winpro Solutions
Michael Krueger – KCFDC/PDGA League

 

Daisy Sponsors

Ruskin
Crafty Girls – Mary Walters

Tee Sign Sponsors

Art’s Mexican Foods
Shimmering Lips by Lisa Summers
Maverick Disc Golf
KC Disc
Dirty Birds
Sherri Oakes – Reece Nichols Real Estate
Southland Discs
Beer League
Crispian Paul and Matt Jenkins
Whiskey Discs
El Torito
Susie & Mike Souder

Friends of KC Diva Feeva

Thank you to these individuals and businesses for their support and donations that contributed to the success of this event.

Farm to Market Bread Co.
DJ Twiggy
Crane Brewing Co.
Pete Cashen
Gary Birge
Ted Keith
GripEQ
Paige Pierce
Tallgrass Brewing Co.
Art’s Mexican Food Products
Mark Mills
Emily Smith – 31 Bags
Josh Harvey
CD Steiner
Grandmas Catering
Dick Parker & Anhyzer Media
Chris Fasl
Tina Patterson
Justin Osborne
Cosentino’s Price Chopper
Val Jenkins
Tallgrass Brewing Co.
Mary Walters & Family
Handeye Supply Co
Bambou Salon and Spa
Kitz Siebert
Elisabeth Borg-Bowman
Melissa Petrin
John Parks (JP3)
Steve Glover
Christian Mann
Becky’s Stitch & Go
Chris Fasl
Kansas City Parks & Rec
Emily Fry – Mary Kay
Eseret Art
Soul Flight Disc Golf
Great Clips

 

 

Our Sponsors

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Question for the divas that's semi-related to DG. I do acrylic paintings and draw mandalas. I really think these designs would look cool on discs but will possibly make the discs unusable for throwing (uneven weight distribution, uneven surface and seriously too pretty to mess up! 😃). Each one would be an original artwork, no two alike due to the handmade process. If I were to make these, are they the kind of decorative pieces you might buy for your home? If so, about what price range would you see them in knowing that the base cost of a blank disc seems to be about $13-16? (Admin please delete if this isn't okay to ask here.) Photo in comments of mandalas for reference. ... See MoreSee Less

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