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
Foz Miller May 15, 2009 at 12:25pm
Damon - I see your at 53 of 52 spots. I guess I was a day late. If there is a waiting list add me. If not I'll come take a few pictures and drink some of your beer ;-) Sounds awesome - Foz
Daemon Stahlin May 15, 2009 at 11:54am
the oberon 5gal is up in the air.
everyone vote on the 1/2 barrel!
Ryan Graham May 15, 2009 at 11:51am
AND for $5 bucks a person that is a hell of a deal GREAT job Daemon!
Garrett Graham 4G's May 15, 2009 at 11:51am
I like the case idea also you know people are going to bring there own too
Ryan Graham May 15, 2009 at 11:51am
from what I can tell the looks good buy the numbers. here is what I see. tell me if it sound right to you.
1/2 barrel of founders = 165 beers
5 gal of oberon = 53 beers
case of bud = 24 beers
case of lite= 24 beer
30 of pbr = 30 beers
for a total of 296 beers
from what I can see 45 paid beer registrants
That accounts for 6.5 beers per person.
Good time PRICELESS!!!
Daemon Stahlin May 15, 2009 at 11:51am
alright sweet, just spoke with Tmac. 1/2 barrel voting starts now, ends tomorrow night.
1. Founder's Red's Rye
2. Founder's Centennial IPA
I vote #1
g lane May 15, 2009 at 11:23am
no matter what you bring, it will not take us a week to drink it. i am not sure you people know what you are dealing with.
Daemon Stahlin May 15, 2009 at 11:20am
sounds reasonable. price difference would be about $65 for 3 cases, or about $55 for 3.5 cases. add in hassle and time saved and the choice is easy.
so for now, we're looking at -
1/2 barrel of founders
5 gal of oberon
case of bud
case of lite
30 of pbr
suggestions are welcome!
Ryan Graham May 15, 2009 at 11:11am
I would base it on demand but that with that type of beer there is little benift price wise to go with kegs. espesaly if you not sure your going to kill the keg. And since there is some debate on which light beer to buy. You can have more variety and more control over volume with a case purchase. and with the left overs they are still usable a week latter. with a keg the beer is crap a week latter and you will not want to Waite that long to get back your $30 deposit back. I think two cases would be safe and if I am wrong you can buy bud light across the street if you had to.
Daemon Stahlin May 15, 2009 at 10:58am
so you're just saying that instead of buying a 1/4 barrel of light beer, we should get 3 cases?
Ryan Graham May 15, 2009 at 10:46am
if your going to get a non "craft beer" I think Chris has a good point going with cans. I remember at DGLO last year the Bud Light was the last to go if at all. But the famous Todd White home brew (Sierra Nevada clone) was strictly rationed and still went quick. As a matter of fact that clone was so good it inspired me to be a home brewer myself. Disc gofers love there craft beer and for the few that do not get them a couple cases and the will be happy :) There are 82 twelve ounce beers in a 1/4 ... more
if your going to get a non "craft beer" I think Chris has a good point going with cans. I remember at DGLO last year the Bud Light was the last to go if at all. But the famous Todd White home brew (Sierra Nevada clone) was strictly rationed and still went quick. As a matter of fact that clone was so good it inspired me to be a home brewer myself. Disc gofers love there craft beer and for the few that do not get them a couple cases and the will be happy :) There are 82 twelve ounce beers in a 1/4 barrel that's a little over 3 cases of beer (3.42 to be exact) buying by the case will count for less waste and more variety so you can have bud Light & PBR ( why you would want it is a different story). there is my two cents hope it helps.
Chris Day May 14, 2009 at 3:42pm
how many people do you think will actually drink bud/miller light? seems to me that most disc golfers are craft beer fans. i think you will get stuck with a good deal leftover on that 1/4 barrel.
maybe that's the intent, eh??? you closet bud light drinker you.
...just get a case or 30 pack of it. /shrug
Daemon Stahlin May 14, 2009 at 1:28pm
ideally we get a 1/2 of founders, 1/4 of some bud/miller light and 5gal of oberon for #13. that should put us right around target for price.
Chris Day May 14, 2009 at 1:21pm
bud light? shhhiiiiit, PBR is what you want. It's the blue ribbon beer, baby.
tony maccarino May 14, 2009 at 12:36pm
ok talked to the boss on the founders he doesnt know if we have 1/4 barrels but we do have 1.2 barrels he should be getting back to me later today with the pricing list of red eye and centennial... also i can get 2 mini kegs or oberon at 32 bucks and a 1/2 barrel at 122...i imagine the founders will be in the 140-150 range but ill post as soon as i know.,..