The Great Lakes Collegiate Open

Sat-Sun, September 14-15, 2013 at BlueGill Disc Golf Course in Wayland, Michigan
Disc golf teams tournament

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The Great Lakes Collegiate Open is the Premier Qualifying Event for the Upper Midwest Regional and is part of ... more
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Pat Burke    September 15 at 10:16pm

Big shout out to Mitch Hubbard for throwing this tourney together. Also Leonard and club dead for helping out. Joe Gill for having us at his house and allowing us to play his amazing course. All the helpers that got tee pads in at gills. All the competitors that came out to rep there schools and last but not least my teammates Eagles Swoop!!!

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Chris Kerns   September 15 at 10:34pm

I second that!

Leonard Johnson   September 16 at 7:18am

Way to represent, Pat! Lets work together to double the number of teams next year. Between EMU, WMU, and FSU, I like our chances of bringing a National Championship back to Michigan!

Pat Burke   September 16 at 9:27am

Lets do it!!!! Pure Michigan Style!!!

Pat Burke    September 11 at 5:07pm

Just wanted to point out that Michigan State is going down!!!!!



Eagle Swoop- I AM TRU EMU!!!

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Leonard Johnson   September 13 at 9:06am

singles will tee off at 9....what's up with your team pulling out??

Brennan B   September 13 at 8:01pm

Uh-oh, whats that name I see on the list?

Leonard Johnson   September 14 at 5:58am

A classic "bait and switch."

Leonard Johnson    September 10 at 7:36pm

Teams having more than 4 players are encouraged to bring more! Odd players will still get to compete for prizes and gain experience competing in this format! Besides.....this is one of the sweetest courses in the country and the weather will be ideal!

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Leonard Johnson    September 10 at 7:32pm

In the afternoon at BG on Sat and the morning at Oshtemo, teams will play singles. Each team will count only the three best singles scores. Therefore, a team having only three players for the singles rounds could compete.

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Leonard Johnson    September 10 at 7:29pm

FORMAT: Teams will play doubles in the morning. The format pits two college teams against each other in alternate-shot.

Each team will decide which two players will tee from even holes, and which from odd on the 24 hole course. Then alternate from there. This format allows for a team of two or three to represent their school in the dubs.

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Pat Burke    September 3 at 6:40pm

I am assuming $120 for the team?

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Leonard Johnson   September 4 at 9:29am

Yes. Or, $30 per person should you bring a team comprised of less than 4 players.

Q .    September 2 at 9:54pm

how many team members need to play 2 3 or 4.

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Leonard Johnson   September 4 at 5:44pm

We have two berths to award. Good thing is, because FSU qualified with a strong finish, the two berths will go to two other teams-- which will definitely improve your odds.

Leonard Johnson   September 4 at 5:45pm

Let me clarify. FSU qualified with a strong finish at the 2013 Nats.

Leonard Johnson   September 10 at 10:05am

While a team can compete with two players in the doubles because of the team alternate shot format, you will really need at least 3 for the singles.....The teams with 4 will just take the best 3 scores....So, you'll really need 3 to be competitive in the singles rounds.

christopher rogalewski    August 13, 2013 at 11:01pm

Joe said u might do a side tourney .... ?

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Leonard Johnson   August 14, 2013 at 6:17pm

Yep. Probably match play or dubs.....to tee off after the college teams....while they play 24, we'd play 18

christopher rogalewski   August 15, 2013 at 11:32am

Thank you so much sounds awesome .....

Leonard Johnson   August 15, 2013 at 5:11pm

You're welcome. Hope to see you there.


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