2nd Annual Schoolhouse Open presented by SLC Disc Golf

PDGA logoSaturday, October 16, 2021 at Schoolhouse Road DGC in Canton, New York
C-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

Staff

Tournament DirectorBrandon Downs
Co-Tournament DirectorDavid Tulloch

About this tournament

Tourney address is
23 Schoolhouse Road, Canton, NY 13617
https://goo.gl/maps/pVCWPUK1ViMWCzzm7

The 2nd Annual Schoolhouse Open presented by SLC Disc Golf will be a 1 day, 2-round tournament. AM Payouts will be through Marshall Street Dollars.

We plan on having light snacks and refreshments available for purchase at tourney central. We also plan on having some great raffle options for you. All proceeds from the raffles will go towards improving the Schoolhouse Rd. course.

Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20! Prize includes: Dynamic Discs Trooper Bag, Discraft Z Scorch, Prodigy Fx2s, Discraft Passion Prototype, Discmania Method in Evolution, Ledgestone Discraft Banger GT.

We will have CTP's for all divisions!

PDGA live scoring will be used. All Players will go to
pdga.com/score
and type in the access code which is 315315 and then type your name or pdga number and select your name. One player on each card will use pdga live scoring.
Players or fans may watch the scores live at pdga.com/live



Closest to Pins (CTPs)
MA1 - Hole 6
MA2 - Hole 13
MA3 - Hole 5
MJ12 + MA4 - Hole 17
MA40 + MA50 - Hole 10
FA50, FA3 - Hole 15
Added CTP for ALL Divisions - Hole #14 --> Closest SECOND Shot!

We have added some alternate tees for certain division! More info to follow!
The following divisions will play shortened tees: FA3, MJ12 and MA4. There are shortened tee boxes on the following holes:
2,4,9,11,12,14,17 and 18!


Course info from David Tulloch...Maps and scorecard below...
Road and past is out of bounds. Not really ever in play but it can happen.
Hole 1 - out of the pine trees and into a birch clearing. Technical for hand or backhand.
Hole 2 - straight tight birch tree tunnel shot. Straight is key.
Hole 3 - short technical par 4. Off the tee you only want to go about 200-220ft on a forehand or severely anhyzer backhand. There is a mando that can come in play of the tee and forces you into a tunnel on the second shot. This is the hardest hole on the course to play blind. I recommend people at least walk out and see it.
Hole 4 - throwing over grass into a birch tunnel on a Slight backhand anhyzer. There is OB on right side which is staked and painted.
Hole 5 - fully wooded short forehand flex or backhand poke and hope. Spider tree basket.
Hole 6 - fully wooded double fairway tunnel shots. Straight to slight turnover in left gap or slight hyzer in right gap. Slightly naturally elevated basket.
Hole 7 - fully wooded tunnel requiring a straight shot off the tee as far as you can throw then slightly right on the second shot into this very getable par 4.
Hole 8 - fully wooded Forehand stall shot or backhand anyhyzer through tighter gap. This hole is severely left to right and plays longer than it is.
Hole 9 - wooded par 5. Straight to slight hyzer through wooded fairway of the the tee for 250-330 depending on how aggressive you want to get. The tee shot is critical and can sets up an easy par or birdie. The hole turn left and you are faced with another wooded fairway into the green which is pushed out into a field opening.
Hole 10 - high forehand stall shot or backhand flex. Short technical double fairway hole.
Hole 11 - long hyzer out of a the woods and into the field.
Hole 12 - longest par 3 on the course. Full send backhand or forehand if you have a 400 foot shot. Mostly open but some trees and brush that often come into play. A huge bonus birdie.
Hole 13 - stock hyzer over the field into a wooded birch tree green.
Hole 14 - elevated par 4 in the field with trouble on both sides. A straight low tee shot will leave a hyzer into the garden green.
Hole 15 - a short technical forehand or backhand through a wooded pine tree fairway into a wooded green.
Hole 16 - the mound hole! Throwing out of a wooded tee straight into the open field to a severely elevated basket on a grass and dirt mound. Scary putting!
Hole 17 - a short wide open shot to a slightly guarded island green. Outside stakes is OB.
Hole 18 - A long par 4 in the open field. Straight for most of the flight and then finishing left into the pin trees. A high mando on the left forces your shot away from #14 green. Do not hyzer on your tee shot cutting of your angle to the green.

Refunds will follow PDGA Refund Policy!

Refund policy

SLC Disc Golf is responsible for all refunds/cancellations.

Location

Final Results

PDGA results at https://www.pdga.com/tour/event/53871
Advanced
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1David Tulloch6154115$83
2Will Trithart6258120$49
3Timothy Criscitello6163124
4Cole Riskin73888961
Amateur 40+
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1Christopher Verkey6254116$63
2Geoff Falen6465129$18
2Terry Lapier Jr6465129$18
Intermediate
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1Ethan Stansbury6064124$56
2Eric Moreira6463127$47
3David Molinero6366129$37
4Jeffrey Scott Hamilton6865133$28
5Brandon Downs6574139
6Ross Conover6677143
7Jesse Diamond-Brown7272144
8Colby Garrand8181162
Recreational
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1Bradley Criscitello6961130$49
2Joshua Tulloch7172143$43
3David Smith7472146$35
4Jonathan Lomaki7378151$27
4Matt Debo7675151$27
6Conrad Stuntz7775152$15
7David Noble8077157
8Caelin Ramsay8582167
9John Meyers8485169
10Devin Miller68888956
11Brandon Bondy76-76
12Michael Schick78-78
Novice
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1Riley Criscitello7172143$29
2William Gotsch8272154$20
3Travis Dox8781168
Amateur Women 50+
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1Kitty O’Neil7572147$24
Recreational Women
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1Elizabeth Criscitello8788175$32
2Caitlin Tulloch9195186
Junior 12
 PlayerR1R2TotalPayout
1Parker Dox9690186$16