Discraft joins the BHMO for 2017

Discraft presenting sponsor of the 21st Annual Brent Hambrick Memorial Open

We are pleased to once again announce a partnership between the BHMO and Discraft, for the 21st Annual Brent Hambrick Memorial Open.

With this partnership, Discraft will be our presenting sponsor. Our relationship with Discraft goes back to 1991 when they supported the Columbus Open.

We appreciate them being an integral part of this event’s success over the years.

We are looking forward to another great event. More details to follow.

Register now, and don’t miss out.
AM field is full
Only 70 pro spots left!


Amateur Field is Full!

Thank you for all of your support of this event.

If you would like to be placed on the wait list you must email paul at pauljay161@hotmail.com.

Please include division/PDGA#/phone#

Current wait list :
1. Brian Johnson
2. Greg Bishop
3. Jason Davis
4. Ryan Warrior
5. Justin Girad
6. Corey Kelley
7. Richard Phillips
8. Randy Mullins
9. Don Eckrote
10. Ellis Robinson
11. Jessi Monte
12. Brian Monfort

21st Annual Brent Hambrick Memorial Open presented by Discraft

Announcing the opening of registration for the 2017 BHMO
July 29th-30th

We are working hard once again to provide you with a great tournament experience the likes of which would continue “Keeping Brent’s Memory Alive”.

Further details to follow soon on event presenter, sponsors, etc.
We look forward to seeing all of you there! So register ASAP!

Registration Opens for ALL divisions:
January 20, 2017, 12:45 PM Eastern

Early registration is strongly suggested.

Field will be limited to:

95 AMS

Direct all inquiries to Paul Jay at:


BHMO Recap

This year’s tournament once again turned out to be one of the most successful events on the Professional Disc Golf Tour with 107 of the top professional and 95 of the top amateur players from across the world, competing for a combined purse of over $35,000.00.

This year’s National Tour winners are Paul McBeth from Huntington Beach, California in the Men’s Open Division, and Catrina Allen from Madison, Tennessee in the Women’s Open Division. But the biggest winner once again was The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Ohio, who received $7600.00 from fund raising activities held during and leading up to the tournament. This now raises the total the BHMO has been able to donate to $74,100.00.

While we take great pride in being recognized as one of the premiere events on the PDGA tour, we are just as proud to be associated with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Ohio. With the help of our supporters, staff, volunteers, competitors, spectators and Team-In-Training, we continue to help The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in their efforts to fight blood cancers and help those affected by the disease.

I want to personally thank everyone who helped make this one of the most successful BHMO’s ever. I hope all of you take great pride in our accomplishments. Thanks for “Keeping Brent’s Memory Alive”.

I am already looking forward to next year.

Thank you,

Paul Jay- BHMO TD

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