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Our mission for Awedballs is to introduce young people to the exciting and rewarding sport of disc golf, and to provide them with the tools and support they need to grow and excel as players. Through clinics, tournaments, coaching, and mentorship, we aim to foster a sense of community, sportsmanship, and respect for the environment among our participants. We believe that by providing these opportunities, we can not only help grow the sport of disc golf, but also make a positive impact on the lives of young people in our community.



Our primary focus is to introduce disc golf to young kids in Southern Arizona and encourage them to take up the sport at an early age. We aim to create a fun and engaging environment where they can learn and enjoy playing disc golf. Once the kids have a solid foundation in the sport, our goal is to help them improve and reach a competitive level. This will be achieved through coaching, mentorship from experienced professionals, and regular training sessions.

We aim to create a youth club team that will participate in local, regional, and national tournaments, giving the kids the opportunity to showcase their skills and continue to grow in the sport.

We also aim to host tournaments and events specifically for youth players, which will provide them with a competitive platform and encourage their growth.

In addition to disc golf, we want to instill values such as sportsmanship and respect for the environment through activities and discussions. We also plan to partner with local schools and youth organizations to offer regular clinics and classes. To make the sport accessible to all, we will provide discounted or free disc golf equipment to participating students and organizations. Our ultimate goal is to create a supportive and engaging environment where young kids can develop a love for disc golf and reach their full potential in the sport.

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