Ledgestone Insurance Open was started in 2011 by Nate Heinold. By 2015, the event grew into the largest payout in disc golf history. See more about the history of the LIS Open.
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What goes into running a Pro Tour event? Hannah McBeth takes us behind the scenes of the 2020 Ledgestone Insurance Open with TD Nate Heinhold as they navigate storms, the pandemic, and 1,200+ disc golfers.
The Ledgestone Insurance Open, with the enormous support of Discraft, is proud to continue to work with St Jude Children's Research Hospital. Their monumental efforts to end childhood cancer are incredibly necessary. Consider donating and supporting them today!
For 2021, the Ledgestone Insurance Open aims to raise $150,000 for charity. Additionally, Wave 4 will launch online this coming Thursday evening (7/29/21).
The Ledgestone team is happy to announce that Camp Kearney DGC has joined the course schedule for the 2021 event.
This year we are releasing every single mold that Discraft has available. These discs will be released over 3 different waves.
This year the tournament will add a Ledgestone record $70,000 of added cash while providing an insane player’s pack to amateur players. The tournament also plans on giving a record donation to St Jude, which would surpass 2020’s $60,000 donation.
The 2021 events schedule includes a lot of returning events and some new and exciting events.
Ledgestone and Discraft are happy to announce today that they have inked a ten year deal that makes Discraft the title sponsor of Ledgestone through at least 2030.
The official name of the event will be the Discraft Ledgestone Insurance Open Powered by GRIPeq.
Zuca has been a sponsor of the Ledgestone event for several years, but has decided to increase their partnership with the Ledgestone team.
One of the most common questions we got in the last few years was, “Where can we buy Ledgestone discs and apparel?”
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Nate Heinold of Ledgestone Insurance is building a new office with an attached warehouse to store the disc golf equipment for the Ledgestone Insurance Open, an annual disc golf tournament held at several area courses that attracts hundreds of disc golfers from around the country.
Read more at Peoria Journal Star »
Not even COVID-19 could stop Nate Heinold and the 2020 Ledgestone Insurance Open this month.
Read more at Cambridge Chronicle »
With most competitive ultimate shut down for the year, many ultimate players have taken up disc golf as an alternative outlet.
Read more at Ultiworld »
The sponsorship was introduced at the DGPT Ledgestone Insurance Open in Peoria, Illinois, last weekend. The event, hosted at the Lake Eureka course, was televised on the Disc Golf Network.
Read more at Rome News-Tribune »
It’s been a couple of years, but Catrina Allen is back in the winner’s circle at the Ledgestone Insurance Open, and she earned her place after a convincing couple of days in Perkin.
Read more at Ultiworld Disc Golf »
Four days of competition ended in Peoria, Illinois with emotions running high on the 18th green for 2020 Ledgestone Insurance victors Catrina Allen and Ricky Wysocki.
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A central Illinois tradition is back for its 10th year; the annual Ledgestone Insurance Open was played in Eureka Sunday afternoon despite COVID-19.
Read more at CIProud.com »
With two moving days and moving between courses, the Open field was wide open after one round, but after three, it’s one player in control at the Ledgestone Open.
The sun may be setting on the competition as moving days at the Ledgestone Insurance Open belonged to one player.
The DGPT went straight from the Idlewild woods to more woods at the Ledgestone Insurance Open starting on the Northwood Gold course we first saw at the 2019 Pro Worlds. There’s potential for separation and a way to build up a cushion before heading over to Lake Eureka.
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