Disc golf doubles tournament
About this tournament
THIS EVENT IS CASHLESS PRE-REG ONLY, AND WILL BE CAPPED AT 52 PLAYERS.
Entry fee is $15. $10 goes to payout and $5 goes to food. I'll be grilling up some good eatins for lunch. I'm making a bunch of my signature blend burgers with all the fixins, and we'll have brats, dogs, and veggie burgers for those that are not down with meat. Food all depends on pre-reg numbers. If it looks good, we'll have slaw, potato salad and other good picnic sides. Dude Sweet Nice.
Bring $5 extra if you want beer. I'm planning on getting a barrel or 2, depending on pre-reg numbers. When pre-reging, let me know if you want beer or not. Hopefully we can cart one out onto the course around #13 or something. Sweet.
Registration will close at 10am. We should be teeing off at 10:15. I anticipate a 3 hour round, a 90 min lunch break, and another 90 min final 9. Giving time for a 6some or other shenanigans, everyone should be paid out and leaving before 5pm.
We're not going to use the exact 101 payout table. Top 30% should be paid out. I should have a rough estimate posted after I see the prereg numbers. This is gonna be some serious fun. I did this same format at Toboggan in 2007 and turnout was awesome, we had 50 people.
Post up on the talk section with your name and PDGA #, and indicate if you want beer or are a vegetarian. Sign up for Open if you are on the pro side or Advanced if you want to be on the Am side.
Please help me spread the word. More people = better food and more beer. HELL YEA!!! less
Daemon Stahlin May 16, 2009 at 9:40am
nize, grabbing fresh ground chuck from Knight's Market in A2. quality, 80/20 blend. i'm thinking 60-70 burgers, 30 brats, and 60 dogs. does that sound like enough for 55 hungry golfers?
7 lbs each coleslaw and tater salad, or should we do 10 lbs each?
Scott Aikens May 15, 2009 at 11:44pm
Add Neil Enns to your wait list, please. He's driving over from Kalamazoo for the weekend and wants in.
His stats: MEAT, BEER, and AM.
Grant Anderson May 15, 2009 at 8:59pm
lakeshore was being mowed while i played all day today. finally!
Tony Maccarino May 15, 2009 at 7:54pm
get all your votes in by the weekend end..just incase we run out at the plant we can get some more in asap!!
John Davis May 15, 2009 at 7:05pm
I would vote for the beer made with barley. German beer purity laws, dude. Reinheitsgebot.
Scott White May 15, 2009 at 4:27pm
[quote] It's hoppier than the Centennial. [/quote]
I was not aware of this. I will change my vote to both
Rebecca Graham May 15, 2009 at 3:27pm
I vote for #2 the centenial. That sounds GREAT to me!!
Chris Day May 15, 2009 at 2:39pm
Scott, would that be a vote for the RyeIIIIIII P.A.? It's hoppier than the Centennial.
Matt Zajechowski May 15, 2009 at 1:43pm
my real vote is for centenial, but i may bring some breakfast regardless
Ryan Mac May 15, 2009 at 1:12pm
Daemon...I have a portable charcoal grill i can bring if you want...and charcoal and liter fluid you can have it when were done too if you want or its up for grabs...I dont need it.
Chris Day May 15, 2009 at 12:59pm
More info on the Founders keg selections.
Chris Day May 15, 2009 at 12:56pm
Oberon would be nice. I bet it's not cheap.
Barrel of Reds Rye P.A. gets my vote.
Daemon Stahlin May 15, 2009 at 12:46pm
EVERYONE- I NEED PORTABLE CHARCOAL GRILLS AND CHARCOAL CHIMNEY STARTERS. LET ME KNOW IF YOU'RE BRINGING ONE!!!
Daemon Stahlin May 15, 2009 at 12:39pm
2 for reds rye
2 for IPA
chris, the 5gal oberon is still up in the air. i thought tony had given me that option, but i could be wrong. he's checking inventory for me. perhaps i just heard what i wanted to hear.
Luke Palnau May 15, 2009 at 12:35pm
Please put me and Rachel down for the AM waitlist. My number is #39079, beer for me, no beer for Rachel. Thanks.
Chris Day May 15, 2009 at 12:29pm
D, looks like a great selection. If it is in budget then I'd say go with that spread. If tight, maybe replace the Oberon with a cheaper beer. Also, you can dictate when the Founders keg gets tapped, and maybe ask people not to fill-up growlers and such.
For the record I'm not against cheap beer, just beer with scant flavor. For me, PBR is my lawnmower beer of choice. Btw, good job, bro.