Adopt A Hole Sponsorship Program
Installed in 2019, the Shady Rest DiscGolfPark® (under permit from Inyo National Forest) aligns with Mammoth Lakes’ vision to be the “best alpine recreation community in the country,” offering a new, exciting, fun and growing form of recreation. Designed by Avery Jenkins (2009 Professional Disc Golf World Champion), the 18-hole course was characterized by UDisc as extraordinary, and a “mammoth achievement,” with over 150 players rating the course a 4.5 out of 5.
The Shady Rest DiscGolfPark® Adopt-A-Hole Program will ensure sustainable funding for on-going maintenance and course enhancements. To further broaden the appeal of the course for all ages and abilities, in 2021 the Parks and Recreation Department is planning to install new recreational short tee pads and tee signs.
- 3-year agreement
- Year 1 - $300 per hole (includes short and long tee locations, except #17)
- Years 2 & 3 - $250 per year and hole
- Open to everyone – businesses, organizations, clubs, groups, families, and individuals
- Sponsors will have the first right of refusal to renew for a subsequent agreement
- Course holes are sold on a first come-first serve basis
- Sponsor color logo on short and long Tee Signs (Size: 2.5” x 2.5”)
- Sponsor recognition on the Town Website, Parks n Rec Facebook page and local print publications.
- Designation as an Official Adopt-A-Hole sponsor of the Shady RestDiscGolfPark®
Applications for sponsorship opened on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
The Parks and Recreation Department will accept sponsors for the Adopt A Hole program on a first-come, first-serve basis, consistent with the Department's Sponsorship Policy. Relevant sections of the Policy are listed below as it relates to sponsorship eligibility.
PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT SPONSORSHIP POLICY
It is the policy of the Parks and Recreation Department to seek sponsorships for its events, programs, parks, and valued amenities from individuals, foundations, corporations, non-profit organizations, service clubs, and other entities. The purpose of such sponsorship is to increase the department’s ability to maintain facilities, deliver services to the community and/or provide enhanced levels of service beyond the core levels funded from the Town’s general fund.
This policy is not applicable to gifts, grants or unsolicited donations in which no benefits are granted to the donor and where no business relationship exists between the donor and the Town.
Organizations are not eligible for sponsorship if they relate to any of the following:
- Companies whose business is substantially derived from the sale of alcohol (excludes businesses that serve prepared food on site), tobacco, marijuana, firearms or pornography.
- Organizations with noncommercial messages, such as religious or political institutions.
- Any business regarded as an “Adult” business.
- Any depiction which gives the appearance or impression that a product or business is endorsed or recommended by the Town or its officers, agents, or employees.
- Sponsorship that creates a conflict of interest or policy with the Town.
Review the complete Sponsorship Policy.