CADL Presents: 34th Annual Dogwood Crosstown Classic

PDGA logoSat-Sun, April 8-9, 2017 at Zebulon Community Park in Zebulon, North Carolina
B-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament


Director Bobby Henn

About this tournament

The 34th Annual Dogwood Crosstown Classic will be held April 8-9. Two rounds on Saturday at Zebulon and two rounds on Sunday at Cedar Hills. Registration is live via Disc Golf Scene and will end at 11pm Friday April 7, there will be no registration on site Saturday morning. Check in on Saturday will be 8-9am with the Player's meeting to follow.

Pro divisions will cost $65 while Amateur divisions will be $45. During registration you have the option to prepay for your Ace pool ($5), or to sponsor a hole ($20). If you choose to sponsor a hole, Bobby will contact you regarding what hole you want and what you want on the sign. If you want to sponsor more than one hole, or you are not playing and want to sponsor a hole, contact him as well and he will get you all set.

For everyone playing in an Amateur division, please include your shirt size for an item in your player's pack. With this being a trophy only event, you can expect your player's packs to be worth at least double your entry fee.

Raffle tickets are also for sale. First prize is a Stars and Strips Commander bag and once 50 tickets are sold, a blue Sniper bag will be added as a second prize, both made by Dynamic Discs. If 100 tickets are sold, someone will get their entry fee refunded. 1 for $5, 3 for $13, and 5 for $20. Contact Bobby directly for those. Tickets are available for everyone, you do not need to be playing the event to buy tickets.

We are planning on having BYOP doubles at Zebulon on Friday April 7. $20 for your team to play, with $15 going to payout and $5 going to added cash for the Crosstown. Everyone is welcome, you do not have to be registered for the Crosstown to play doubles. It will be a flex start, so you may start anytime between 3-6pm. You must play as a 4-some.

I'm looking forward to this year's event. We have some really good ideas to spice things up a bit and I hope they are received well by all the players. Feel free to contact Bobby with any questions or concerns you may have.

~Bobby Henn
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