Join Kona Panis, Colten Montgomery and World Champion Sarah Hokom for Q&A, stories and some great stand-up comedy. Proceeds will benefit Stafford Woods and the South Jersey Disc Golf Association.
Your $30 ticket includes light snacks, a drink ticket, entry to the pre-show Q&A panel, plus entry to the 8PM comedy showcase.
5:30-6:00PM | Happy Hour
6:15-7:15PM | Q&A Panel
7:15-7:45PM | Meet & Greet + Merch
8PM | Comedy Show
This show is 21+ (18+ with a parent or legal guardian over the age of 30). All minors will be wrist-banded or stamped and no alcohol will be served at the table. All parties must have valid ID to enter the building. Please note, there is a 2 item minimum per person in the showroom. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office prior to the show (they are generally available 1.5-2 hrs prior to showtime.)
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About Sarah: Sarah is an American professional disc golfer. She is a former World Champion and 2-time reigning US Women’s Champion. Hokom is known best for her sidearm drives. Hokom became a touring professional in 2009, and was sponsored by Discraft. She won her first PDGA National Tour (NT) event, King of the Lake, in 2011, and followed up with two additional NT wins that year, finishing in second place behind Valarie Jenkins in the Series by a single point. Hokom went on to win the World Championships in 2012. She switched sponsors in 2013 to Prodigy Disc and won her first US Women’s Disc Golf Championship. In 2015, Hokom switched sponsors again to Legacy Discs and launched her own disc golf retail company, Cali Connection Disc Golf. Since 2008, Hokom has won 60 professional events, including 3 majors and 6 NT events. In 2016, she won the inaugural Disc Golf Pro Tour Points Series. In 2017, she finished second in the Disc Golf Pro Tour Points Series, finishing in second place at five of the nine events, and tying for first place at the weather shorted Nick Hyde Memorial. Throughout her career Hokom has been one of the more outspoken players advocating for women in the sport and in 2017 she suggested changes to the payout structure for the Open Women's division at PDGA sanctioned events.
About Colten: I was born in 1994 and first found my passion for disc golf in 2007. I was introduced to the sport by my brother Austin, who currently lives in Rancho Cucamonga, California and works for Discmania. In 2008, I attended my first PDGA event. Ever since then, I have been playing tournaments seriously year in and year out. In 2012, I started playing in the Professional division but didn’t accept cash until 2014, after I achieved my goal of being the United States Amateur National Champion. Since the beginning I knew disc golf was going to be a big part of my life and I have always had the dream of touring the country playing disc golf at the top level. In late 2017, my dream came true and Discmania has allowed to me drive the Maniac across the country competing in the premier disc golf events. I’m honored to be on such an amazing team that has truly allowed me to Reinvent My Game.
About Kona: I first played disc golf when I was seven. My dad would bring out the whole family to play a few times during the summer and, for me, as a kid, I liked being in the park. It wasn’t about disc golf. That’s how it was for many years until November 2015 when I played the Phoenix Ladies Open in Arizona. I played Advanced Women with some very competitive but fun ladies. After two rounds, I came out on top by one stroke. I became hooked on the culture, the thrill of winning, and the simple fact that I enjoyed making discs fly. Growing up, I was dedicated to playing softball and basketball. I graduated high school in 2016 and am now solely focused on disc golf competition and promotion.
I was raised in a creative family. Walk into our home and you’ll find photo gear setup in the family room, watercolors on the kitchen table, or video editing on the computer. I bring this creativity to my digital media, sharing my story as an individual and disc golfer.