F R I S B E E  F L I N G  2019

Frisbee Fling is an annual frisbee disc golf tournament hosted by Texas Blazers on the campus of The University of Texas. All proceeds will go to scholarships for East Austin high school graduates who attend UT.

To only donate to the Texas Blazers Endowed Eastside Scholarship Fund click here. 

What: Frisbee Fling 2019

Who: Anyone and everyone

Where: UT Campus (Tee-off on West Mall)

When: Sunday, April 14, 2019 from 8am-5pm. Your preferred time slots will be assigned on a rolling basis.

Cost: $60 for teams of 4 (9 holes); $72 for teams of 4 (18 holes)

Includes: 9 or 18 holes of disc golf, event t-shirt, food/drinks, and prizes

How: To purchase your spot in the Texas Blazers Frisbee Fling tournament, click "Add to Cart" on the "Frisbee Fling Team" (9-hole or 18-hole course) available on this page. You will be prompted to provide the information for your team (names, team captain, shirt sizes, etc.).

The top three teams from the 9-hole and 18-hole courses will all receive prizes.

All winnings will be mailed via check to the address provided by the team captain on the form. Texas Blazers will take a 10% cut from all buy-in proceeds and contribute it towards the Texas Blazers Endowed Scholarship.

Why: To raise money for the Texas Blazers Endowed Scholarship. On December 8, 2006 the Texas Blazers officially established the Texas Blazers Endowed Scholarship with the help of the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System. The endowment provides a scholarship to a graduate of Eastside Memorial High School or an East Austin High School who decides to attend The University of Texas at Austin. This endowment was created with the goal of making a college education a more realistic possibility for students around our community. All proceeds and profits from this event go directly to the Texas Blazers Endowed Scholarships.


All updates to the event will be communicated on our Facebook event page (click here).

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Varun Adiga at (512) 870-7467 or varun.adiga@utexas.edu.