Pro C-tier / Amateur B-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament
About this tournament
Date: May 30, 2011
Course: Fort Custer
Sanctioning: Pro C / Am B Entry Fees: All Pro Divisions $55(day of)$50(pre-reg) (Veterans playing Pro $30 day of $25 pre-reg) / All Am Divisions $35 day of $30 Pre-reg (Veterans Playing Am $20 day of $15 Pre-reg) / Juniors < 16 $20
Pre-Register and Save $5 on registration
Ace Pool $5 / Round 1 50/50 TBD / Round 2 50/50 TBD
Tournament will be 2 rounds of 18 holes and course will be close to the public
All PDGA divisions will be offered but a minimum of 3 people per-division is required (Except juniors)
Registration ends at 9:00 Players meeting at 9:10
Accuracy contest will be held during lunch for those that wish to participate! less
Sean Blazo May 23, 2011 at 11:05pm
leonardi runs good tourneys.
hope a lot of players come out for this one.
one thing to remember is if you smoke your medicine make sure you keep it on the d.l. because he will dq you.
Lawrence Leonardi essentialdiscs.com May 22, 2011 at 9:51am
players pack is $15 in flymart cash to spend as you wish
Lawrence Leonardi essentialdiscs.com May 21, 2011 at 11:31pm
and the 100 is added directly to pro purse
Lawrence Leonardi essentialdiscs.com May 21, 2011 at 11:30pm
Summer layout, 36 holes, and yes only $100 for a C-tier which requires 0. So over 100% payout for an event that requires 85%
W TF May 21, 2011 at 10:57pm
What course layout will be played in this tournament? How many holes is the tournament? Is there really only $100 added cash?
Ryan "RMFK" Kretz May 15, 2011 at 11:50pm
Ryan Kretz Am2 #46338 I am also a Veteran and find this tournament an honor! Thank you for whom ever put this together in honor of our Vets. Also a big thanks to the Sponsors and staff of the event for making it happen. I will be honored to be a part of it! Hope the weather will be glorious as well.
Lawrence Leonardi essentialdiscs.com May 10, 2011 at 7:32pm
Memorial day is a holiday that many people not in retail or service have off. The day is meant to honor those that have past, and what better day to remember those that have given us so much and yet asked for so little.