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May 01, 2019

Maine’s Nathaniel Delisle is the first in the United States to participate in Sabattus Disc Golf’s youth disc golf development program. SDG is pleased to announce an exclusive program from the World’s largest disc golf manufacturer, INNOVA disc golf and the fastest growing brand in the world Discmania.

In September of 2018 discussion between SDG, INNOVA and Discmania mapped out a pilot program that is designed to showcase how Maine’s pay to play may be the best way to develop world class disc golfers.

We are pleased to congratulate Nathaniel on winning AM 2 division at the PDGA event held at Devil’s Grove disc golf course this last Sunday, April 28, 2019.

Nathaniel went head to head with some of New England’s best players, including adult men. With extreme conditions due to lots of rain lately, Nate kept his cool under pressure and outperformed competitors with INNOVA and Discmania discs.

Stay tuned for Nathaniel’s next results and how pay to play disc golf is giving back in more ways than one..

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