The lush fairways of Santa Ana’s Country Club in southern California is the hot spot for the Quicksilver Foundation’s Fourth Annual Golf Classic to be held Monday, October 10, 2011.
Quicksilver & DBOT5 Share The Fairway
The event welcomes golfers from all levels of expertise! The tournament has something for everyone, as five different sponsorship/donation levels are available so that everyone can help support the awesome cause.
Be sure to stop by and share salutations with DBOT5′s crew, as they will be on site handing out uber stylish DBOT5 golf sleeves to all of the savvy participants. DBOT5 is stoked to be a part of such a great cause and can’t wait to leave their mark on the course this year!
The event benefits the non-profit Quicksilver Foundation, which is geared toward enhancing the quality of life for communities of boardriders by continuing to support environmental, health and youth-related projects.
What: Reppin’ DBOT5 via a showcase of stellar golf skills
When: October 10, 2011 Check-In at 9 am & Starts at 11 am
Why: DBOT5 loves the kids
Where: Santa Ana Golf Course
JP Takes on KIWI Land
Join ThirtyTwo as they head out into the great unknown of New Zealand to shred, chug beers, ride airboats, skate and generally tear up the Kiwi Nation.
Camp of ChampionsLook at how much fun you missed up on the glacier this summer. Launch Gallery »
When you were still just a wee grom, did you ever have that friend who was lucky enough to get given the golden ticket into camp? We’re not talking band camp, space camp, or even rock-n-roll fantasy camp — we’re talking Camp of Champions? Were you jealous that they got to hang out with all the pros and learn all the latest tricks? Did you wait all fall, expecting this so-called friend to start busting out double corks once the snow started falling?
Then again, perhaps you were one of the ones who would find work at camp, maybe volunteering — or maybe you lucked out and got a paying job as a digger, a cook, or even security. Whatever your story was (or is), there remains one common factor: You came to camp to ride. For about four weeks in July of every year, Whistler is overrun with shreds coming down off the glacier, draining their boots (from the pow turns, not rain), grabbing their other deck to skate at the compound, go paint-balling, you name it. If you’ve never done it before, take a couple minutes out to scroll through this gallery and imagine how good life can be for a summer shred. Launch Gallery »
After a week of insanity from July 26th – August 2nd High Cascade Snowboard Camp Session 5 is a wrap. Seth spent the session getting inverted (handplant style) in the pipe and making the campers’ experience all time. He also participated in some gnarly games of dodgeball, got after some Cobra Dogs and skated.
Check out JP’s “Don’s Dispatch” from Hood for some more words/pics of Seth: http://fresh.snowboardermag.com/feature/the-dons-dispatch-jp-walker-1-1-mt-hood/
Here’s a couple more shots from the Session:
Handing out a prize to a stoked camper
The ultimate in brat gnarliness –Cobra Dogs
JP and the Thirty Two team are headed for New Zealand August 9th – 20th for some shredding, autograph signings, contest judging, photo shooting, videos stuff and of course partying! Stay tuned for updates from Kiwi land.
Come and gone just like that JP’s Signature Session at High Cascade Snowboard Camp at Mt. Hood is a wrap. Under blue skies and sunshine JP and the crew spent their days doing mini pipe handplants and making the campers’ experience as awesome as possible. After camps were spent playing dodgeball and in foam pits and of course eating Cobra Dogs. A few side trips were also taken, one to Hood’s infamous punch bowl cliff jump and the other to an abandoned gas station in Portland for a skate session.