2018 New England Amateur Disc Golf Championship Sponsored by Dynamic Discs

PDGA logoFri-Sun, May 18-20, 2018 at The Hollows in Manchester, New Hampshire
Amateur-only A-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament

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James Reinle    May 17 at 9:19pm

What is the address for the south course, it only shows Brown ave. which is kind of vague.

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Drew Craver   May 18 at 12:14am

It's at the intersection of brown Ave and Cresent road. Its on Google maps, The Hollows - South Manchester, NH 03103 https://goo.gl/maps/cYJ3cW91b242

Chris Davis    May 17 at 12:36am

Bill, I’ll be unable to attend this weekend unfortunately. If you refund me that would be fantastic, I apologize for the inconvienience and hope the spot can be filled by a waitlisted player.
Thanks, Chris Davis pdga 36996

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Daylen Snow    May 16 at 7:44pm

Anyone know what par is for both courses?

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Daylen Snow   May 16 at 7:45pm

Didn't get the chance to play South.

Scott Poland   May 16 at 8:00pm

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Bill Andrews   May 16 at 8:17pm

Hey Dalyen - I texted you last about a week ago - I found your white Pulse putter

Bill Andrews    May 15 at 2:32pm

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Bill Andrews    May 14 at 4:07pm

Is check in at the course you are playing the south course Friday or at north?

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BILL BRUCE   May 14 at 7:54pm

yes, go to the course you are scheduled for on day one

Bill Andrews   May 15 at 10:47pm

Will the player packs also be at the south course?

BILL BRUCE   May 16 at 10:57pm

yes

Louis Annino    May 11 at 4:07pm

Does the course that we play Friday indicate that we will play that course twice? What is the pattern?

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BILL BRUCE   May 11 at 4:10pm

Advanced players will play the Hollows South twice and Hollows North once, Intermediate and Rec/Jr divisions will play Hollows North two times and Hollows South once - I hope this helps answer your question

Louis Annino   May 11 at 4:11pm

Perfect! Thank you!

Greg McWilliams    May 11 at 2:22pm

The hollows south is the new course or the one that has been in for a few years?

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Scott Poland   May 11 at 2:49pm

The south course is the new course.

kevin brasseur    May 8 at 1:30pm

when will the schedule be up?

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Will Plein    April 7 at 11:52am

When will the second course be available to play??

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Mike Corson   April 7 at 12:02pm

There are 5 or 6 holes done and they been working on it. Hopefully its a couple weeks before at the most to get some rounds in

Louis Annino   April 26 at 2:00pm

Updates?

Mike Corson   April 27 at 3:37pm

Last I heard signs and rest of pads will be in by end of this week... I know the cutting is all done hoping to get there tomorrow and see for myself

Morris Csubak    March 4 at 6:17pm

If I register under am2- intermediate level and it doesn't fill. Is it possible to drop to recreational? This will be my first sanctioned tournament not sure how it works. I don't want to go on the waitlist and not be able to get in later.

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BILL BRUCE   March 5 at 2:59pm

If the rec division morning of is not full you can drop down -

Morris Csubak   March 5 at 7:11pm

Awesome. Thanks

Morris Csubak   April 5 at 12:30pm

Can I drop to rec now before it fills again? If so, how?

Timothy Matusko    February 14 at 4:02am

Question,
I have to renew my pdga membership, yet it leaves me with professional status. Am i still allowed to play AM Masters for your tournament?

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Steven H   March 30 at 10:11pm

Didn't realize this. Thanks for the info. However, think about it. Do you think you should classify yourself as a Pro is you're only a 842-rated guy or something ? That rule needs to be changed.

Michael Stridsberg   March 31 at 1:16am

No, it doesn't make a great deal of sense. If I play MP50 in a local tournament because no amateurs over 50 show up, and I win 20 bucks, the PDGA now considers me a pro -- if I accept the cash. (If I decline the prize money, I can still be an amateur.) It's odd, but it's the rule.

Steven H   March 31 at 8:47am

So, I go back to my original comment on why he classifes himself as a Pro with a rating that doesn't warrant one. He had to have signed up in a Pro division at some point. If no one else was competing in an Amateur division he was looking to register under, why register in a Pro division ? W ... more