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Second Annual Derek Sorensen Memorial Disc Golf Tournament winners announced

A bench was installed on the fourth hole at Hanging Oak Disc Golf Course in memory of Derek Sorensen. The Second Annual Derek Sorensen Memorial Disc Golf Tournament took place on August 27 at Western Gateway Park.
Submitted by Donna Cobb |

The Second Annual Derek Sorensen Memorial Disc Golf Tournament was held during United Way of Nevada County’s Grills ‘n’ Grilles event on Aug. 27 at Western Gateway Park. During the tournament, a memorial bench was placed on the fourth hole at Hanging Oak Disc Golf Course in memory of Derek Sorensen.

Winners of the tournament were Allison and Mike Jones, First Place in the Coed Division; Jere Eshelman and Mike Loya, First Place in the Pro Division shooting -10; Alex and Matt, who took First Place in the Advanced Division; and Trevor and Brian who won First Place in the Amateur Division.

All proceeds from this event will go to the United Way of Nevada County’s Community Impact Fund, which will help make an impact in the areas of basic needs — emergency shelter, food insecurity and access to health care. United Way of Nevada County’s mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community.


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