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40th Wintertime Open Fundrasier Dad Hat

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Fundraiser hat for 40th Annual Wintertime Open! My favorite tournament of the year takes place Feb 10-11 (Am's) Feb 16-18 (Pro's), 2018. Playing at Oak Grove DGC Pasadena, Ca, where disc golf began with visionary Ed Headrick putting in baskets in 1976. Mark Horn PDGA #67 has been the Tournament Director since 1978. As this is his last year as TD he's making this year the biggest yet with major sponsor support.

The throwback logo on a classic dad hat is the my way to pay homage to the legacy of disc golf and supporting the tourney that unofficially kicks off each years disc golf pro circuit.

Printed on a Dad Hat style-low profile, unisex, brass buckle closure and 100% cotton. Color variations-black, tan, khaki, grey, tiffany blue, light denim blue with matching undervisor. More colors to come.

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40th Wintertime Open Fundrasier Dad Hat

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 100 Percent Cotton, Antiqued Brass Closure
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