Founded in 2012, The Flying Eagle Disc society is Eagle County, Colorado’s disc golf resource.

Our club seeks to further the game of disc golf locally through community involvement, friendly competition and fellowship.

One of our primary goals is to improve and add to the current disc golf infrastructure through course maintenance, fundraising, and partnership with local municipalities. In doing so, we hope to also enrich the broader community.

We are always looking for volunteers willing to assist with local events, leagues, work-days and outreach opportunities.

If you are willing to sponsor our club or know someone who might, please contact us.

Special thanks go out to:
Transition Sports • Bonfire Brewing • Riverwalk Wine and Spirits • Ptarmigan Sports • Eagle County Government • WECMRD • Vail Resorts • Brandon Swonger (Logo Design) • Worker Bee Landscaping • Trick Threads Screen Printing • Colorado Cheesesteak Company

Current Club Board

  • President: Steve Klehfoth
  • Vice President: Jeff Woods
  • Secretary: Lenny Siegel
  • Treasurer: Jessie Klehfoth
  • At-Large: Brandon Swonger
  • At-Large: Nick Kettinger
  • At-Large: Brian Morrell

Our Mission

The mission of the Flying Eagle Disc Society is to expand and enhance disc golf and other flying disc sports in Eagle County, Colorado.

Bylaws of Flying Eagle Disc Society

  1. I. Membership
    1. A. Registration & Renewal
      1. 1. Membership is secured by payment of annual dues.
      2. 2. Membership is valid from approximately March 1st through February 30th of the following year.
    2. B. Classifications
      1. 1. Directors
        1. i. There are five (7) elected club board director positions.
        2. ii. Four executive directors: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
        3. iii. Three At-large positions.
      2. 2. Members
        1. i. Juniors: Under sixteen (16)
        2. ii. Adults: Sixteen (16) and over
    3. C. Rights
      1. 1. Directors
        1. i. To discuss and vote on any and all club issues.
        2. ii. To schedule meetings and decide what issues will be discussed.
        3. iii. To put issues to vote at publicized meetings where a quorum (defined as at least four [4] directors) is present.
      2. 2. Members
        1. i. To vote on referendums and elections.
        2. ii. To attend and participate in meetings
        3. iii. Members may petition the board to put an issue on the meeting agenda. If ten percent (10%) of the members sign such a petition, the board must put that issue to vote at the next monthly meeting, after such petition is received by any executive director. Expelled members can petition for re-admission through this process.
    4. D. Responsibilities
      1. 1. All club members and directors must conduct themselves to promote the mission of the club.
      2. 2. President. Prepares agenda, chairs meetings, oversees all club operations, and can sign checks.
      3. 3. Vice President. Helps president with his or her duties, and assumes presidency if president is vacant or incapacitated.
      4. 4. Secretary. Prepares agenda, keeps minutes of all club meeting and actions. Maintains club member database. Makes minutes available to club members.
      5. 5. Treasurer. Keeps an accurate accounting of all club finances. Pays authorized bills, signs checks, and is the main contact with the bank.
      6. 6. At-large Directors. Attend all meetings and help the club and executive directors as needed.
  2. II. Decision Making
    No club director or member action or decision is binding on Flying Eagle Disc Society, unless it was or eventually is, approved by the following procedures. All club decisions are approved by a minimum of three (3) directors at widely publicized meetings where a quorum is present, except for the following:

    1. 1. Changes to the by-laws must be by referendum with a two-thirds (2/3) majority of cast ballots.
    2. 2. Removal of a director from office by a petition signed by at least two-thirds (2/3) of the members.
    3. 3. Expulsion of a member from the club requires a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the directors. Expelled members have up to six weeks to appeal through the process listed under Section 1(C) (2)(iii), where an appeal shall further require a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the directors. In the case of a director being considered for expulsion, that director is omitted from the two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the directors to expel or appeal.
    4. 4. Elections (see III.)
  3. III. Elections
    1. 1. Elections shall be held each year, on or before October 31st.
      1. i. President and Treasurer are up for election in even numbered years.
      2. ii. Vice president and Secretary are up for election in odd numbered years.
      3. iii. At-large directors are up for election each year.
    2. 2. Elections shall be by secret ballot, in as fair a manner as possible.
    3. 3. Candidates for office must be club members.
    4. 4. Executive director positions are won by the candidate receiving the most votes.
    5. 5. At-large positions are won by the three candidates with the most votes.
    6. 6. Board vacancies due to declination will be filled by the candidate with the second most votes.
    7. 7. In the case of a tie, all candidates receiving votes will be given equal opportunity to accept and resent their positions. Final decision will be determined by the majority vote of the current directors.
    8. 8. In the case of write-in candidates, candidates shall be given up to one (1) week to indicate interest from the date of initial contact from the Club. The Club is assumed to have used due diligence in reaching the candidate(s) using the most up to-date contact information available to them.
    9. 9. Terms commence when the election has resolved.
    10. 10. Board vacancies due to resignation or incapacity:
      1. i. Vacant executive director positions shall be filled as soon as possible, by a vote at the next meeting.
      2. ii. Vacant at-large positions may be filed as soon as possible, by a majority vote of the directors.
      3. iii. If board vacancies by incapacity occur, the board is required to exert due diligence in contacting the incapacitated board member and seeking an explanation of incapacity, and then voting by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the remaining directors.