About this tournament
TEE-OFF 11:15 AM Awards 3:30 PM
All holes will be on the original course from mostly shortened tees.
Entry Fee is $15.00 and a disc or $20
Donated discs or items must be new, all donations will go into the dot pot.
$15.00 of your entry fee will go into the Ace Pool Payout, A3 will add dots only if players choose to pay the $20 entry mentioned above based on the extra $5 entry fee.
The last few years, and will continue this year, there has been an optional extra $5 ace pool all monies going to the participants who pay into that pool.
Groups are randomly assigned with preferred grouping possible with bribe to the event. Bribes must be at least 1 of the following items:
An additional new disc used for Dots
$5 cash which will be used to add to the dot pot prizes.
Donate a toy for Hudson Mills “Toys for Tots” $5, retail value, collection program. Toys must be turned into tournament staff to be recognized, must be new and in the original package.
Each single bribe will allow 1 player to request 1 other person in his group. Additional bribes will be allowed.
Group size limit will be 5 unless over 90 players show up. Group size limited to 6 unless 120 players sign up etc.
The number of holes to be played are subject to change based on weather, player turnout or other outside conditions to be determined on the day of event.
We are planning on 48 holes at this moment, you will play 2 rounds of 24 holes with no break in the middle you can break if you choose to between loops.
86 players in 2009 over $1300.00 paid out to ACE's.
(The day after Thanksgiving AKA Black Friday, when traditionally everybody goes out shopping) Choose instead to come play a little disc golf at Hudson Mills Metropark, A3Disc will be running its annual Ace Race.
Hudson Mills will not be charging Park Entry fees On Thursday or Friday the 26th and 27th. But they will still be charging the P2P fees of $2.00 per day.
Format of the ACE RACE is simple only ACE's count towards cash prizes, each Ace gets the person a share of the Ace Pool. Multiple aces by a single person are multiple shares.
1 shot per hole from shortened tees (on most holes) to the basket.
The maximum length of a hole will not exceed 300' but probably be less than 250' average distance.
Draw for Dots will be in the order the players register, first in first out in every round of the Dot draw! With enough dots everybody even if they don’t get dots may get to pick dot prizes. This has happened the last few years. So leaving early just because you don’t have any aces or dots may be a bad idea. less
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William Gilbert November 25, 2011 at 8:10pm
42 Players at $15 is $630, cash bribes towards ace pool were $50 making the ace pool $680
Dots singular were sam smith, matt swider, jacob quiton, erin oakley, mike cary, brian fallon, alex migda, jacob courter, jeremy gibbs, ben ciccarelli, brett russell, dan lee, dan grady, ken parks, bill hornyak, john hornyak, mark perrine, jim daniels.
dual dots were ron howard, mike frame, jason jopps, mark ellis
triple dots were andy dwyer
hopefully i got everybody there.
thanks for coming out everybody!
William Gilbert November 18, 2011 at 1:08pm
this, The Original ace race allows you to play with any discs. cash prizes for aces and prizes possible for hitting metal (DOTS).
Danger Dave November 17, 2011 at 10:51am
I already did the ace race after 4keg, although I might consider doing another one.