17th Annual Brent Hambrick Memorial Open-Amatuer Event

PDGA logoSat-Sun, May 11-12, 2013 at Brent Hambrick Memorial in Columbus, Ohio
Amateur-only A-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament

 

Director paul Jay

About this tournament

17th Annual Brent Hambrick Memorial Open

The 17th Annual Brent Hambrick Memorial Open will once again be contested at the scenic Hoover Reservoir in Westerville, Ohio. Play will be contested on the 27 hole Brent Hambrick Memorial DCG. Both the Amateur and Professional weekends will feature an 81 hole format, with a final nine for both weekends as well. Player capacity for both weekends is 110 players.

Columbus has been a stop on the prestigious PDGA tour since the early 90’s when Brent Hambrick (PDGA #2797) ran one of the best tournaments in the country – The Columbus Open. Brent set the standard for all tournaments with his professionalism and attention to details. After losing his battle with Leukemia in 1997, the tournament was renamed in his honor and has been a charity fundraiser for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. To date, the BHMO has raised over $49,500 for this charity. Raising $4500 in 2012!

The Columbus Flyers Disc Golf Club takes great pride in hosting the BHMO. We continue to strive to present the most competitive courses and the best player experience possible, all the while “Keeping the Memory Alive”.

The BHMO features a final 9 with the famous “Dam Shot” and one of the biggest galleries you will see all year. With many player amenities from a players’ party at Quaker Steak and Lube to Dairy Queen Treats, we hope your tournament experience is enjoyable and memorable. We look forward to seeing old friends, and making new ones.

Cordially,

Paul Jay – 2013 BHMO TD and CFDGC President
Columbus Flyers DGC

The A-Tier Pro divisions will include all Men and Women, Open Pro, Masters, Grandmasters, and Sr. Grandmasters.
The A-Tier AM divisions will include Men and Women- Advanced, Intermediate, and Recreational, as well as Novice.
All divisions require at least 4 players to open a division.

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