Working out the details

Youth commission proposes frisbee golf tournament

—Daily Freeman-Journal photo by Adri Sietstra Webster City Youth Advisory Commission members Matthew Johnson, Annastacia Iverson, Sophia Vanderpool, and Brianna Luke jot down ideas for the YAC’s proposed summer frisbee golf tournament Sunday night. Frisbee golf or “frolf’ is a recreational sport that is a mix between frisbee and golf. Webster City has a nine-hole Frisbee golf course at Brewer Creek Park.

Members of the Youth Advisory Commission met Sunday evening to discuss plans for a proposed Frisbee golf tournament.

Frisbee golf or what many refer to as “frolf”, is a recreational game that mixes components of both golf and Frisbee. Players throw a disc from a tee to a target. Frolf is most commonly played in nine or 18 holes.

There is a nine-hole Frisbee golf course located at Brewer Creek Park, which is where the proposed tournament would take place.

The proposed date for this tournament is June 16.

Commission members spent a portion of the meeting discussing tournament specifics including event start and end dates, the number of individuals allowed on each team and how to promote the event throughout the community.

The proposed tournament would be open to all ages. Teams of two to four people would be the most efficient way to play the course.

Commission member Brianna Luke suggested bringing local vendors to the event to sell refreshments.

As the proposed event nears, more information and details will be confirmed.

To learn more about the event or the YAC, visit their page on Facebook at Webster City YAC.

The next meeting of the Youth Advisory Commission is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Fuller Hall Recreation Sampson Room.

The Youth Advisory Commission, which was established last year, was developed to give youths in Webster City a voice. The YAC is led by Webster City x Councilman Logan Welch.