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LDGC Space Race 2022

Space Race is designed to be a fast-paced, race to the chains! The event is structured with shorter tees, and maybe some alternate tee/basket placements or even extra baskets to increase the chances of those glorious aces. This event is a glow in the dark event, so bring your own UV Flashlights and Torches are highly recommend or purchase one from our shop here.


Space Race details:

  • Registration is open from 3rd October at 7pm
  • Space Race tournament dates: Saturday 12th November 2022 - 6pm
  • Entry fee is £35, DiscGolfScene registration fee £0.99, and PayPal transaction fee 3.49%. Total Approx £37.26.
  • Includes HHAC Green Fees, Two Eclipse Glow Discs and Prizes.
  • Fun version: Two throws per hole and players earn one point for metal, three points for a chain hit and five points per ace. One bonus point per ace on camera, make sure to film your aces. Most cumulative points wins!
  • Space Race event is not PDGA sanctioned


Axiom Hex in Eclipse Plastic

  • Straight-stable midrange driver
  • Reliable line-shaper with good control
  • Handles high arm speeds well
  • Industry-leading Eclipse 2.0 glow plastic
  • Speed 5 | Glide 5 | Turn -1 | Fade 1

Streamline Pilot in Eclipse Plastic

  • Versatile putter with neutral flight profile
  • Medium-depth grip with small bead
  • Flat top with comfortable rounded nose
  • Industry-leading Eclipse 2.0 glow plastic
  • Speed 2 | Glide 5 | Turn 0 | Fade 1



Every Circuit Event gets one prize package of twelve Lab 2nd discs in a variety of molds and plastics. These will be handed out to the winners on the day after the scores have been handed in, verified and counted. 

The promotional Watermelon Paradox discs in proton plastic are designed to give a unique and fun disc offering to accompany the event. These promotional discs can be purchased alongside your event order.  Available first at the Circuit Event.

Paradox: SPEED: 5 | GLIDE: 4 | TURN: -4 | FADE: 0

Among the most understable midranges ever produced, the Paradox is capable of some truly unique lines. High-power players will be using the Paradox for utility shots like rollers, low speed flip ups, massive nose up anhyzers, and other touch shots. Low-power players will find the Paradox is a great first midrange for straight or hyzer-flip flights. Whether you’re using it as a teaching tool, or a utility disc for woods golf, the Paradox’s understability won’t let you down. If you need it to turn, the Paradox is the disc for you!