Disc golf doubles tournament
About this tournament
Spooktacular Scared Square! Disc Golf Tournament, hosted by Portland Mobile Disc Lab
Saturday, November 2nd 2013. 9 AM registration.
Canyonview Camp disc golf course. 13000 Finlay Rd. NE Silverton, OR 97381
Bring your own partner doubles -- but come along if you don't have a partner and we'll pair all singles up. Three divisions, intermediate, advanced and women's.
HOW MUCH $?
15$ per head for prize pool. 3$ course maintenance/improvement donation.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Just leave a message here with your name and the names of any other players who will be on your team.
HOW MUCH DISC GOLF?
Two rounds of 18 holes. Short lunch break in between rounds. Bring your own grub.
HOW DO I WIN?
Your combined two round score against everyone else's in your division. First 15$ in winnings to each player paid out in scrip, anything above that paid out in cash. Fairly flat payout to a good percentage of players.
HOW DO I PLAY?
Scoring is a point system, not a stroke system. Aces/eagles are worth 10 points, birdies 5 points, par 2 points, bogey up to quintuple million bogey 0 points.
In addition to trying to hole out in the regular basket for points, each hole will have a 6'x6' red flag marked at the corners "Scared Square" on the ground somewhere short of the basket. After your tee shot, you can elect to try and throw your disc into the scared square instead of going for a normal birdie/par. On a par 3, if your second throw on the hole is tossed successfully into the Scared Square (any part of your disc breaking the imaginary line on the ground between flags) you score 3 points, one more point than par, two less than a birdie. If your 3rd throw on a par 3 is in the Scared Square you score 1 point. If your first throw (or 2nd on a par 4) lands in the Scared Square you automatically score a minimum of 3 points, with a free chance to make a birdie for 5 points instead of the 3 points you already made with your first throw.
Spooktacular Scared Square will also feature Ghastly Shot Ghost Buckets on many holes. These buckets will be located near prime shank territory. Any normal birdie shot that knocks over a Ghost Bucket is worth 4 points. Hitting the Ghost Bucket but not knocking it over with your birdie shot is worth 2 points. There are no points for hitting a Ghost Bucket with par throws.
Any birdie throw attempts to hit the Ghost Bucket will be made before a team elects to throw from either lie to the regular basket or Scared Square. Teams may play split lies -- one player may first try to hit the Ghost Bucket from one lie, then the other player may elect to throw from the other lie to the basket or Scared Square. Teams may shoot at the basket or Scared Square in any order if not electing to target the Ghost Bucket. Delightful moments of strategery may ensue...
Whatever shot nets the team the highest amount of points for the hole is the number scored for the hole. For example, if the first player knocks over the Ghost Bucket and the second player makes a long birdie putt, the team scores 5 points for the hole, as the regular birdie is worth 5 points, more than the 4 points for knocking over the Ghost Bucket. less
ROGUE RIDER November 5 at 7:17pm
MR Compton! I can easylee say you are the best tourney director ive ever seen. awesome job with this format! your keen eye for every detail and ability to execute your tourneys without any hick-ups is most impressive and sets the bar quite high for TD's. truly a pleasure doing any and all of your tourneys. thanks for your dedication and commitment to our discgolf community!
Rick Saffeels November 3 at 10:57am
Those of you interested, the next Canyonview event will be December 14th, with a whole twist on the Doubles Format!! $20 gets you a disc and dry fit! See you there!! http://www.discgolfscene.com/tournaments/Pyscho_Santas_Mandotorium_2_Introducing_DubsCali_Discologys_Twisted_Sister_2013
Paul Compton-PortlandMobileDiscLab November 3 at 12:24am
And I didn't have everybody's last name in the registration, so please everyone who played friend request me! (Also so I can make sure your results showed up right, lol).
Paul Compton-PortlandMobileDiscLab November 3 at 12:22am
Remember, the scoring can't be exactly translated, but the formula I've been using seems to translate the points to scores pretty well.
Paul Compton-PortlandMobileDiscLab November 3 at 12:19am
I NEED DISCGOLFSCENE EMAILS FROM THE FOLLOWING PLAYERS FOR RESULTS! Derek D., Tim B., Kyle J.,Seth W., Chris H.,Justin H.
Thanks to everyone that came out, it was a lot of fun, and very competitive. Congrats to the winners who shot very well today.
kyle h November 2 at 12:33am
kyle and scotty looking to secure a spot should know what devision by tomorrow
Jesse "warrior" Wuori November 1 at 11:19pm
Sorry, but i'm not going to make it to the tourney, i will be on the couch till this horrible cold/flu goes away. Good luck everyone! I hope ya'll shoot your best and have a blast!
Jesse "warrior" Wuori November 1 at 3:01am
Aaron johnson and Jesse Wuori advanced division please. Can't wait! This sounds like a fun one, haven't played this course yet but i hear its a fun one. Thanks!
Rick Saffeels October 30 at 10:40pm
Add Jon Long and Devon to the Intermediate Level for Saturday (email [email redacted])
Rick Saffeels October 30 at 10:30pm
Hey can you switch Andrew to Intermediate? He requested to be in the lower because of experience. Thanks Paul! (I know this will happen day of anyhow) :)
Steve Moore October 28 at 7:27pm
Steve Moore planning on being there, have no partner at this time. Will deal with division when I find out who teams up with me. How about an old folk's division over 50 or 55? Later and see you Saturday unless something happens before then.
Derek "Dirty D" Daniels October 21 at 3:26pm
Can you sign seth wilson and I up for the intermediate.
- Myk Nemeth - October 20 at 11:17pm
GETTIN CLOSER......................how much is the tourney anyways :-)
Rick Saffeels October 14 at 3:16pm
so....THIS IS GOING TO BE AWESOME. I Seriously just need for October to end so we can play this.