20 Years of Castle Hayne

PDGA logoSaturday, November 27, 2021 at Castle Hayne Park in Wilmington, North Carolina
C-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

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This year marks 20 years since Castle Hayne has been a full 18 hole course! To celebrate, we will be having a ... more
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Matt Rockwell    November 23 at 11:28am

Is there going to live scoring Saturday ????

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Mike Peoples    November 22 at 2:08am

Not to sound uneducated , but would it benefit me to play ma40 instead of rec? 829 rating, 48 yes old. Jus Curious

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Mike Snipes   November 23 at 12:53am

your call but your rating is right around most of the ma40 group

Brandon long    November 18 at 6:19pm

Can you let us know at least a week ahead of what short holes we are playing? I’ve never even played from the shorts..

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Kurt Ferguson    November 16 at 9:09pm

Big MA40 group representing!

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Kurt Ferguson   November 16 at 9:12pm

With this old group….might need to start 7…730….

Mike Snipes   November 21 at 4:31am

I have never seen ma40 be the biggest field

Jonathan Sansom   November 25 at 10:17pm

its like that everywhere now, my ma40 friends dont want to play with a bunch of 16 yr old kids throwing 500 ft

Matt Rockwell    November 15 at 5:08pm

We should play hole eights short pad, that's where the biggest back up is

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Mike Snipes   November 15 at 9:33pm

Boo no way man

Brian Schweberger    November 11 at 7:04pm

Looking forward to this event, I there is going to be groups of 5 I hope we are teeing off at 8 am that Saturday morning. Daylight will be a factor this late in the year.

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Brian Schweberger   November 15 at 5:48pm

You could do sum shorter tees or a whole round from the shorter tees. That would make a huge difference.

Kurt Ferguson   November 16 at 10:22pm

Definitely up for starting earlier. I like a

Kurt Ferguson   November 16 at 10:23pm

I like the roomy long tee pads.