Lawsuit Against McCease LLC Dismissed by Florida Judge


Plaintiff
Trevor
Toenjes
never
responded
to
requests
for
discovery
from
the
defendants.

Paul
McBeth
at
the
2022
Ledgestone
Open.
Photo:
DGPT

The
lawsuit
against

Paul
McBeth

and
Dylan
Cease’s
holding
company
that
purchased
the
Gran
Canyon
disc
golf
course
in
Florida
has
been
dismissed
without
prejudice
by
Florida
judge
Donald
Scaglione,
bringing
the
current
legal
action
to
an
end.

McCease
LLC
was
the
defendant
in
a
lawsuit
brought
by
Trevor
Toenjes,
the
owner
of
Local
Route
Disc
Golf,
who
alleged
damages
against
the
corporation
after
he
was
hit
by
a
disc
during
a
tournament
at
the
Gran
Canyon
course,
which
has
long
played
host
to
the
Throw
Down
The
Mountain
events.

The
judge
dismissed
the
lawsuit
after
Toenjes
failed
to
comply
with
a
court
order
to
provide
responses
to
the
defense
during
discovery.
The
judge’s
order
was
filed
on
December
1st.
Given
that
it
was
dismissed
without
prejudice,
Toenjes
could
choose
to
re-file
the
lawsuit
in
the
future.

The
Gran
Canyon
course
will
be
the
host
of
a
new
event,
the
Florida
Open,
to
kick
off
the
2024
Disc
Golf
Pro
Tour.
McBeth

announced
today

that
the
tournament

now
dubbed
the
Chess.com
Invitational
presented
by
Discraft

will
be
sponsored
by
Chess.com.
The
internet’s
top
chess
site
is
believed
to
be
worth
more
than
nine
figures
and
becomes
one
of
the
largest
companies
to
sponsor
a
disc
golf
tournament
in
recent
years.

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