Hope everything is going great! I was going to play in a monthly last week but it was Valentines so I thought I had better stay home with the wife and kids! I also ordered a Revolution bag so I cant wait to start using that too! Hopefully will play in a tournament soon!
I looked to see if the Armed Forces had a standard liability waiver agreement. Could not find one. This is adapted from the liability release you have to sign to ride the Space Shuttle[!]:
I hereby waive and release any claims I may have against the United States, against its agencies and departments, and against its respective contractors and subcontractors, for any property damage I sustain and for any bodily injury I sustain resulting from my participation in disc golf activities, regardless of fault.
Hi Mark, I was wondering if you could give me any input as a wise, if snarky, Team Discraft Member.
I am installing a course at a nearby Army Corps facility. We want to hold Monthlies to raise funds for the baskets starting in March. The problem is that Army Corps wants us to have insurance! I have convinced them that we use liability waivers for a lot of our sporting events (often seen on score cards etc), and they are willing to go with that idea but I have to come up with something good. Something that says that Army Corps is not/will not be held liable for any injuries etc...Any thoughts?
Thanks for the nice remarks. I try to let my work speak for it self as far as quality & functionality. If you have a minute check out my web site at www.floydeye.com My entire organization is oen man show from welding to web site, plus I have my wife 2 boys (ages 2 & 6) to try keep up with