Tournament questions, please contact your tournament director Mr. Rob Nasworthy: you can send him a nice message to HICASTAWAYS@GMAIL.COM
Aloha and Mahalo to all those who have attended the Big Island Open. We really appreciate your support over the years. We have enjoyed having visitors from around the world attend our tournaments. We can't stop now even though it gets harder and harder to run these tournaments. Since we're not stopping, you can't stop either, so please come to our tournaments. We try to make them better every year for you, the disc golfer. To those visiting our Hawaiian paradise, we would love to show you the courses we play here on the east side of the Big Island. Either email or call and we will help you enjoy your visit.
We have updated our website with some new sections:
Tournament sponsors - Businesses that have supported our tournaments over the years. Please give them your business when you visit.
Club Merchandise: We are now starting to sell some of our merchandise such as tournament discs, shirts and Bunkajins, etc.We are taking orders to see what people would like, so please let us know by email or phone so we can place the order and get them to you. Proceeds will go towards putting on our tournaments and other disc golf expenses
Aloha, Rob Hawaii States and Big Island Open tournament director, Hawaii Castaways Disc Club HiCastaways@gmail.com
Aloha !!! Fellow disc golfers, 2014 was a challenging time for the Big Island. We were hit by a hurricane that beat up McKenzie Park. Those of you that got to play it are fortunate because most trees have been knocked down. Of course we will design another one once it is reopened. To top things off, Madame Pele is visiting Pahoa with a lava flow that is crossing over the highway thus making it very hard for people that live below Pahoa to get to Hilo. This includes McKenzie State Park. On the bright side, Hilo has its first pay-to-play disc golf course located across from the Naniloa Hotel. We have designed an 18 hole course on an existing 9 hole regular (ball) golf course. It is challenging with par 4s and 5s. If you haven't played disc golf in a cart, you will have to try it, so much fun. The new course got rave reviews from participants of the Hawaii States tournament held earlier this summer, along with our other gems at the Coffee Mill and Wailoa State Park in Hilo.