For those of you not familiar with Disc Golf, the PDGA is the Professional Disc Golf Association. I’m a huge disc golfer, I play local leagues and participate in tournaments. Back in August they announced they would be holding an Ace and Birdie Club Logo Contest. I decided I’d give it a shot and, what do you know, I won. I didn’t win the ace club design, but, for some reason, I didn’t spend nearly as much time on that logo.
I did however spend the majority of my time on my initial Birdie Club logo design.
We were allowed an infinite amount of submissions so I tried my hand at a second Birdie Club logo as well.
Upon completing this logo I thought to myself, “Yeah, that’s more like it, it looks more like a logo and less like a seal.” Well, the PDGA agreed because they chose this one as the winning submission. I was psyched, not only did I receive a 2014 PDGA Birdie Club Membership Package, but my design was printed on the Birdie Club Package discs. That meant anyone who purchased a Birdie Club membership would have a disc with my design on it. The package came in the mail early December, it didn’t disappoint.