Bingo Blast

Sunday, April 26, 2020 at Birch Park in Amherst, New Hampshire
Disc golf singles tournament

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Tournament DirectorBobby Cronin
Asst trailer park supervisorBrian Zachary

About this tournament

Kastaplast Bingo Blast is a 2-disc event, played in bingo style! The format brings a touch of chance into disc golf and allows you to embrace your playful side! With three levels of difficulty on the bingo boards, beginners will have a shot at beating the pros!

Instead of a traditional scorecard, you will get a bingo board with the 18 hole-numbers spread out in all the boxes of the board. If you manage to clear five holes in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal row, you have a BINGO!

For the player package we have selected two of our most popular discs: K1 Kaxe Z and K3 Reko. Both designed to handle a big variety of situations that you will face during a round. A stylish Bingo Blast stamp has been designed for the discs.

And yes, there will be prizes, CTP-competitions and lots of fun for anyone with a playful mind!

1: Winner of First Bingo (wins a “Winner of Kastaplast Bingo Blast” disc).
2: Winner of Total bingos (wins a “Winner of Kastaplast Bingo Blast” disc).
3: Winner of Boxes cleared (wins a “Winner of Kastaplast Bingo Blast” disc).
4: Winners of Klosest to Pin (both win a “Klosest to Pin” disc).
5: Raffle. Draw 2 bingo boards that have one or more bingos (each wins a Kastaplast disc).

How to play:

How to play Kastaplast Bingo Blast
The following info should be passed on to the players during the introduction...
The only discs allowed on Kastaplast Bingo Blast are the two discs from the player package.
The bingo board
For each hole on the course there is a number on the bingo board. Below each number you
will find what you need to score, at worst, on that hole to clear that box. Circle it.
If you manage to clear five holes in a row; horizontally, vertically or diagonally… you have a
bingo. Feel free to shout “BINGO!”. In the ‘First bingo’-box you should write how many holes
you had played to get the bingo. The round then continues as usual, and you may get further
After the round you should also put down the total number of bingos and the number of box-
es cleared, before handing it in to the TD (you will get it back afterwards).
All boards have six Golden Holes, where the hole number is featured twice but with different
score requirements. If scoring the lower of the two, you will clear both boxes. If scoring the
higher, clear that box only.
The center box is a free space, counted as a pre-circled box that can be included in bingo
rows. This box should also be counted when you summarize your round in ‘Boxes cleared’.
Scoring an ACE means you get bingos on all rows of five, that are in line with the current box
horizontally, vertically and diagonally. Depending on the placement of the box on the board,
and whether it’s a Golden Hole or not, an ace will give 2-6 bingos.
Three levels of difficulty
The boards come in three levels of difficulty. You may pick the level of your own choice. How-
ever, it will be most fun if you find the board challenging.
Klosest to Pin (KTP)
Hole __ and __ are closest to pin holes. If your disc manages to stay closer to the basket than
the current KTP-leader, move the sign to mark your spot and write your name on the backside of
the sign. Only your first throw from tee is valid for KTP. The hole is then played as any other hole.
Winners will be announced according to the results in your score boxes and the Klosest to Pin-
signs. There will also be a raffle for further prizes

Also will have a few more prizes and raffles from Team ChainBang, pyrohyzer, The Granite State Kid Uriyah Kelly and a few other local sponsors.

Refund policy

Birch Park Hornets is responsible for all refunds/cancellations.


Birch Park
Amherst, NH   Get Directions



Sunday, April 26, 2020
- 8:30am
Check in
- 12:00pm
Tee off

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