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July 19, 2019

On Monday, July 8th, 2019 Sabattus Disc Golf was the site for the Spencely-Kirsch wedding. Lauren and Jonathon are both Prodigy Battalion players who share a love of disc golf. So when it came time to pick a venue for their wedding they decided that nowhere could be better than Sabattus Disc Golf.

It was their first time at SDG and they got to play a couple of rounds before leaving. including a round on the hawk before the wedding. Then they were joined by a few staff members to serve as witnesses along with SDG's very own Andrew Streeter who officiated the ceremony on hole 18 of the Eagle.

We're so happy for them and wish them a happy marriage.


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