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Michigan Intercollegiate Disc Golf Challenge Series 2010-2011   April 20, 2011 at 8:04pm

Match Play Bracket for Finals (theoretical)

Assuming all top points winners in both the club and intercollegiate divisions attend the finals, here is what the brackets would look like:

1st & 2nd round foursomes (after the 1st 12 hole match winners play each other and losers play each other, with all 1st round and 2nd round match winners, getting $10 per win)

CARD #1
Leonard Johnson v. Jeff Coates
Craig Clingan v. Scott Wilson

CARD #2 (top college players)
Brennan Billow (FSU) v. Mike Fox (ND)
Garrett Brady (SVSU) v. Randy Gallagher (WMU)
NOTE: Should any of the above schools not be represented, the #4 seed in this bracket would go to Andrew Przytulski from LTU.

CARD #3
John Norkowski v. John Loose
Wade Sullivan v. Mark Roberts

CARD #4
John Bentling v. Jimmy Wiklanski
Alex Nimtz v. Pat Hawks

After lunch (following the first two rounds) the final four will continue in the bracket
CARD #1 winner v. CARD #2 winner
CARD #3 winner v CARD #4 winner

PAYOUT NOTE: 3rd round win = $30 more (winner of the losers match wins $10 more), Finals win = $50 more (for $100 total!)
and the rest of the field will play doubles, with added cash resulting in the following payouts: 1st $100, 2nd $80, 3rd $60, 4th $40, 5th $20. Also available to all players throughout the day will be three, $20, cash CTP's (all covered with the $20 or $30 entry fee - 20 for series pts earners, 30 for all others).

NOTE: Any of the college players (beyond the four representing the top 4 colleges whose fees are paid) who would want to buy in to the match play tourney ($20 each, $250 added cash) would have that prerogative and be seeded based on their points earned for the season. (So, for instance, if Kyle Jansen--currently #2 in the points race--opted to buy-in, he would be the #2 seeded player in the draw...). If he chose not to buy-in, he would be randomly assigned a regular match-play singles match against another college player (no fee).

Also, should there not be 4 college players, and 12 points earners opting to play in the bracket of 16, available spots will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Those players opting to buy-in to the bracket would pay an entry fee of $30...