Dynamic Discs Presents the Spring Stampede (ADV, REC, JR Divisions only) - Dirty Dozen Tour Stop #2

PDGA logoSaturday, March 16, 2024 at Trophy Club Park in Trophy Club, Texas
Amateur B-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

Dynamic Discs Presents the Spring Stampede (ADV, REC, JR Divisions only) - Dirty Dozen Tour Stop #2 graphic

About this tournament

This is the Dynamic Discs Dirty Dozen Tour stop #2. This tournament will consist of two rounds of 18 holes in one day. Each competitor will play the Trophy Club Disc Golf Course. One round from the concrete tee pads to the short pin locations and one round from the concrete tee pads to the long pin locations. Long pin locations include the following holes: 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 12, and 18. This will be a shotgun start format. All advanced, recreational, and junior divisions will play on Saturday, March 16, 2024. All pro and intermediate divisions will play on Sunday, March 17, 2024. There's a strict player cap of 90 players each day. Registration opens Friday, January 26, 2024 @ 6:00 p.m. for both days of competition. Please email [email redacted] with any additional questions.

ALL AMATEURS RECEIVE A $10.00 VOUCHER FOR THEIR PLAYER PACK AT THIS EVENT

Divisions with zero entries will be deleted on Monday, March 11, 2024. All waitlists will be consolidated on this day if applicable. Division caps may be adjusted to cater to waitlists as well.

Facebook Event Page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/930237682154186/?active_tab=discussion

Full Results and Payout can be found here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hs3iruw1MVTB0y_-Zg-CHWIcej4YbvyYz7wwfL76L1M/edit?usp=sharing


All first place trophies will be awarded out at the Dynamic Discs RV at Trophy Club Park between hole 1 hole 10 once all scores have been verified and submitted. We will not ship your trophies to you. You must come and pick them up at the DD RV.

Trophies Provided by Bogey Free Awards

Dirty Dozen Ace Pot Starts at $1055 for this event!!


*NEW 2024 STANDARDS WITH ENTRY FEE AND PAYOUT BREAKDOWN BELOW*

2024 Dirty Dozen Tour and Dynamic Discs Texas Tour Standards

This document is meant to provide you with all of the information needed involving Dynamic Discs Carrollton (henceforth mentioned as DDC) and its tour standards for the 2024 tournament season (January-December 2024). This document will cover DDC events sanctioned as B, B/C, and C/B tiers and higher by the Professional Disc Golf Association. We at Dynamic Discs Carrollton want to provide the best tournament experience possible to all competitors involved. We pledge to follow all PDGA rules and regulations as well as enforce them to the best of our abilities. Creating the best possible atmosphere for fair competition is our number one priority. If you have questions regarding any of the tour standards we have put into place, please email [email redacted]. We appreciate our patrons, our supporters, our competitors, our sponsors, and the entire Disc Golf family.

Dynamic Discs Lewisville, LLC. Non-Liability waiver

Participants hereby hold blameless and fully release Dynamic Discs Lewisville, LLC., Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, Westside Discs, the Professional Disc Golf Association, the tournament directors, local and state park services, and all tournament partners/sponsors and individuals or parties associated with Dynamic Discs from all liability of personal damage or injury which I may incur before, during, or after my participation in this event. I accept full and sole responsibility for any damage I may cause through negligence and/or malice, including damages or injuries caused by my own throws in practice or competition. I also recognize that Dynamic Discs Carrollton, Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, Westside Discs, event staff, the PDGA, and any other media outlets covering the event have the right and responsibility to record the event and participants via video and still photography. Such photography and/or video may be used for event publicity, public information or any other promotional use that falls within event activities.

I. Player Eligibility

Any person may compete in a DDC event. If the event is PDGA (Professional Disc Golf Association) sanctioned, competitors must be current PDGA members for B tiers and higher, or pay an additional $10.00 fee to become a temporary member for each C Tier event. DDC events that are not PDGA sanctioned do not require any additional PDGA fees. Participants are eligible to compete in any division for which they qualify based on age, rating, gender and class (professional or amateur). The $10.00 PDGA fee for non-members is waived for youth competitors in any Junior division for C Tier events.

II. Tournament Registration

Pre-registration is required for all DDC B tiers and higher.. Pre-registration is recommended for all other DDC events. A competitor is not officially registered for the event until their entry fee has been received in full by DDC. All DDC events will be linked to DiscGolfScene.com for complete tournament registration. By pre-registering before the cutoff date listed on the registration page, players will be guaranteed to receive all benefits of the tournament. The deadline for registration will be listed on the DiscGolfScene.com registration page for each individual event.

Division caps and availability will be set when registration opens. Openings for each event will be available on a first-come, first-served basis unless stated otherwise before registration opens. Division caps are subject to change throughout the entire registration process based on supply and demand as well as availability.

All waitlists are managed by DiscGolfScene.com and Dynamic Discs Carrollton. Waitlists begin once a division(s), Pool(s), or the event(s) fills. A person on the waitlist who did not get into the event will receive a full refund minus any fees incurred by DiscGolfScene.com. Dynamic Discs Carrollton’s first priority is to keep the integrity of the competition in the highest regard. The tournament director can/will make changes to the waitlist as needed to optimize the competition. Always email the tournament director ([email redacted]) for any tournament questions. Text/DM/social media messages will not be considered official and may not be received by the Tournament Director in a timely manner.

For the 2024 season, all divisions will receive payout. There will be no “trophy only” divisions for C and B tier events.

During the registration process, some events will include additional options or choices to select from. Options/choices may include, but are not limited to the following:
Optional Ace pot
Apparel Size if offered
Personalized sponsorship for the event
Onsite Meals

Optional ace pots for any event will be paid out in CASH only. If you are not present when the ace pot is rewarded, you may pick up the cash at Dynamic Discs Carrollton anytime during store hours. If no aces are hit during the event, the ace pot will roll over to the next event. If the ace is part of a Dynamic Discs Flex Start Friday, it will roll over to the next Dynamic Discs Flex Start Friday event. If it is a part of the Dirty Dozen Tour, then it will roll over to the next Dirty Dozen Tour event. Check the event registration page for details on each event’s ace pot. Unless otherwise stated, there will be no throw offs or CTPs for ace pot.
III. Withdrawals and Refunds

OFFICIAL REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY FOR 2024
If you need to cancel for any event, the request MUST be made by email to [email redacted]. Cancellations more than 7 days in advance from the event will receive a full refund minus a $10 processing and cancellation fee. Cancellations under 7 days from the tournament date will receive a 50% refund minus a $10 processing and cancellation fee if your spot is not filled at the time of refund request. If you fail to contact us properly to cancel your spot prior to the start of the event, you will forfeit your entry fee for that event. No player’s packages will be given to non-competitors in lieu of entry fees or store credit. While this policy will be in effect for the 2024 season, it may change for specific events.

Once a player begins his/her round, there will be no refunds given for any reason. If a player has to withdraw due to injury, illness, or an emergency during their round, a score of 999 will be assessed for not finishing the event as long as the Tournament Director is notified. If a player walks off the course in the middle of their round and fails to tell the Tournament Director or any of the tournament staff, the player will receive an 888. Communication is key so DDC can better serve you.

IV. Event Check-In

Competitors are responsible for checking in before their designated start time the day of each event. If a competitor fails to check-in, they may forfeit their spot, player’s pack, and entry fee. While this is not always the case, DDC can/will exercise the right (when a tournament fills) to allow competitors from an active waitlist to participate. Additionally, tournament-specific merchandise will be sold once the first round of the tournament begins. If a player does not register in time for a player package, a voucher of equal retail value will be issued to be redeemed at Dynamic Discs Carrollton. Exceptions can be made as long as the Tournament Director has been notified by email ahead of time.

Player packs are offered at B tier events and higher for ALL amateur players during early check-in. Some tournaments will have pre-registration deadlines for apparel items. If players do not sign up before the stated deadline for said tournament, the player(s) may not receive the apparel item listed. Vouchers worth the retail value of the apparel item will be given as a substitute for late registrants. Apparel, trophies, and event-specific items need a two week lead time or longer to make sure the proper stock is ordered and received on time. Deadlines are listed on each individual tournament registration page.

Additional player packs will be sold at retail value once the first round of the tournament has begun. Players who have failed to check-in before the first round of the tournament might miss out on a full player package. Vouchers for retail value may be given in place of items not received.

V. Grouping and Sectioning of Divisions

In all cases at C tier events or higher, Professional and Amateur divisions will not be grouped together unless it is completely unavoidable. All players will be randomly grouped within their chosen division. In the instance there are multiple courses requiring the field to be split into pools, we will follow this template in most cases:

A Pool will consist of ALL Professional divisions PLUS Advanced Men(MA1) and Advanced Masters 40+(MA40).
B Pool will consist of all other Amateur divisions plus Juniors.
With three or more courses in play at one time, A Pool shall be all Professional divisions, B pool shall consist of MA1, MA40, and MA50, and C Pool all remaining divisions not mentioned.
Depending on the event location, course conditions, and registration numbers, Pools may change at any time to keep the integrity of the competition paramount.
Once the first round is complete, individual divisions are sorted from lowest score to highest. If two or more competitors have the same score after the first round, they will be sorted by lowest PDGA number first. For an event with three rounds or more, players in the same division with the same total score will be grouped together in order of who shot the lowest scoring round first, then by PDGA number.
Division changes for any division will not be allowed within 24 hours of the event unless approved by the Tournament Director prior to the deadline.
Five-year age based divisions WILL NOT be offered at any event that is sanctioned below an A Tier. We will offer MP40, MP50, MP60, MP70, MA40, MA50, MA60, and MA70. This includes female divisions as well. Exceptions can be made if enough notice is given and there is enough demand for a full division (4 players or more).
ANY PRO DIVISIONS OFFERED WITH LESS THAN FOUR PLAYERS will not receive any added cash. For example: If there are only three players in the MP40 division, payout will only reflect what the net entry fee is. Minimum added cash requirements will only benefit divisions of four or more players in the pro fields. There can be exceptions for the Women’s divisions. If you have questions please email the Tournament Director before the event.

VI. Rules of Disc Golf/Competition

Please refer to the Professional Disc Golf Association’s Competition Manual and the Official Rules of Disc Golf for all sanctioned events hosted by DDC. These rules will be enforced to the fullest extent at each sanctioned event. For the safety, fairness, and integrity of the sport, it is necessary that all competitors are accountable for their own actions. Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated.
PDGA Official Rules of Disc Golf:
https://www.pdga.com/rules/official-rules-disc-golf
PDGA Competition Manual for Disc Golf Events:
https://www.pdga.com/rules/competition-manual-disc-golf-events
PDGA Tour Standards:
https://www.pdga.com/files/2024_pdga_us_canada_tour_standards_v5.pdf

VII. Ties Broken

Ties for first place in any division will be broken with sudden-death play involving the players affected by the tie. Sudden-death play will begin on hole one unless otherwise stated by the Tournament Director once the tie is official. If a tied competitor leaves an event before sudden-death play, they forfeit the chance to compete for a first place finish and automatically assume a second place finish. In the event the tournament is called due to dangerous conditions, first place ties will not be broken and all competitors currently tied for first place will be considered co-champions assuming there is no option to continue/complete play.

If trophies are given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers at any given event (within the same division), this is how ties shall be addressed:

The trophy for 1st place will go to a sudden death playoff if there is a tie as stated above. The trophy goes to the winner (First Place).
The trophy for 2nd place ties will be allocated in the following manner: second place trophy will go to the player with the best score during the final round. The 3rd place trophy will go to the finisher with the same overall score for the tournament. If the players shot the exact same score each round of the event, they will begin a sudden death playoff for the trophy on a hole designated by the tournament director.
If there is a tie for 3rd place, the player with the best score during the final round moving them to 3rd place will receive the trophy. If the players shot the exact same score each round of the event, they will begin a sudden death playoff for the trophy on a hole designated by the tournament director.







VIII. Distribution of Tournament Winnings

Cash winnings for Professionals will be sent out on Monday by 6PM CDT (as long as it does not fall on a holiday, federal or otherwise) following any Friday, Saturday or Sunday event. If the following Monday is a holiday, payment will be sent on the next business day. This will be handled via PayPal ONLY. Recipients must provide a paypal account in order to receive their winnings. Any payout not claimed within 6 months for any reason, will be relinquished by the player.
Merchandise winnings of any sort shall be claimed within six (6) months of the tournament date. Any winnings not redeemed inside of six months will be relinquished by the player. DDC offers payout onsite during each event and anytime during business hours at Dynamic Discs Carrollton. If a competitor wishes to use payout online, 35% of the total amount of payout will be deducted for this service.
Trophies - Trophies are typically ordered two weeks before the event. If a division forms within two weeks of the event, we will not have a trophy onsite for the awards ceremony. A trophy will be ordered and mailed to the winner once the event is complete.
Drop Shipments - Any competitor who wishes to use payout on baskets, bags, carts, or any other item unavailable onsite can request a drop-shipment to their personal address. A drop-shipment fee of $25 for accessories/bags and $90 for baskets or carts must be paid by cash/credit card/PayPal to Dynamic Discs Carrollton for this service. The cost of the item (not including the drop shipment fee) will be assessed and deducted from the individual’s tournament winnings.
If an individual requests DDC to bring any type of cart, basket, or backpack bag to be redeemed with payout to a tournament site, a convenience fee will be assessed and made in the form of cash/credit card/PayPal to Dynamic Discs Carrollton. $10 for any bags and $25 for any cart or basket. Dynamic Discs Carrollton needs at least a two-week notice for this service for guaranteed delivery if the product is not out of stock.
Payout Percentage - Pro payout percentage will be 40% of the field based on PDGA minimum standards. Amateur Payout percentage will be 45% of the field based on PDGA minimum standards. This template will be reflected at all sanctioned events labeled as C and B tiers.
Dynamic Discs Carrollton/Texas Amateur side A tiers may or may not be labeled TROPHY ONLY events. Player packs for these events are higher in value and usually worth close to double the entry fee or more. There is no payout based on PDGA standards, but instead a modified payout to the top 15%-20% of each amateur division. This payout is normally very high because such a small percentage of the field is being paid out. This is subject to change for any event and the payouts to the top 15%-20% of each amateur field is based on entry fee and participation. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place receive trophies at these events.







IX. Tournament Outline for all Dynamic Discs Texas Sanctioned Events Tiers

Check-in - Check-in begins an hour and a half before the player meeting or first round is scheduled to begin, whichever comes first.
Player Packs - In 2024 the only player pack item given at any DD B tiers will be a $10.00 voucher per person in the amateur divisions. These vouchers will not have an expiration date. Vouchers must be present in order to redeem them at the DD Texas RV or at Dynamic Discs Carrollton. You may use multiple vouchers at the same time. You may also turn your voucher in for store credit to be used later. This is a courtesy we will utilize when asked by the recipient.
Player Meeting/informative email - Every player is expected to attend/read the information sent out for the event and any last minute changes. Round one tee time is always announced ahead of time.
Lunch - In a shotgun start format, lunch is a 1 ½ hour break (unless otherwise specified) from the time the LAST card of the first round comes in. In the case that multiple pools of players exist, the second round start times will be dictated from the time the last card comes in from each pool. Scores will be tallied and uploaded to PDGA within one hour after the last card is turned in. Second round start times will be announced verbally and via social media through each Facebook event page. Lunch break allotment may vary during non-daylight savings months.
Awards - Scores will be tallied and uploaded WITH payout and standings to PDGA.com within one hour of the last scorecard turned in. Awards will begin as soon as the results can be seen online.
Payout - Merchandise payout will be available promptly after awards. Cash payout will be sent via PayPal the following Monday (as long as it does not fall on a holiday) before the end of the business day 6:00 PM-CDT. Please see section VIII Distribution of Tournament Winnings for info about expiration of winnings and redemption options.
Breakdown of tournament entries for B/A Tiers (subject to change):

Division
Cost C/B/A Tiers
Open Men
$15.00/$100.00/$150.00
Open Masters
$15.00/$100.00/$150.00
Open Women
$15.00/$100.00/$150.00
Advanced
$15.00/$65.00/$150.00
Intermediate
$15.00/$65.00/$150.00
Recreational
$15.00/$65.00/$150.00
Am Women
$15.00/$65.00/$150.00
Juniors
$15.00/$65.00/$150.00


















*New breakdown of tournament costs for 2024*

The following info pertains to Amateur and Pro Entry fees for C tiers
Initial cost - $15.00/player (Am or Pro)
Payout guaranteed on $8.00/player
Remaining $7/player is allocated in the following way:
$2.00/player goes back to PDGA
$5.00/player goes to green fees. Green fees include the cost of TD fees, permits, additional insurance documentation, and costs associated with running events (restrooms, etc.) according to the local municipal stipulations/rentals on public properties and necessities for the safety and security of the players. Although these fees are set for the 2024 calendar year, they are subject to change for specific events

The following info pertains to Amateur entry fees for B tiers
Initial cost - $65.00/player (Amateur only)
Amateur payout guaranteed on $30.00/player
Remaining $35.00 is allocated in the following way:
$3.00/player goes to PDGA
$5.00/player goes to player pack cost ($10 voucher as explained in the tournament outline above in RED)
$27.00/player goes to green fees. Green fees include the cost of TD fees, permits, additional insurance documentation, and costs associated with running events (restrooms, etc.) according to the local municipal stipulations/rentals on public properties and necessities for the safety and security of the players. Although these fees are set for the 2024 calendar year, they are subject to change for specific events

The following info pertains to Pro entry fees for B tiers
Initial cost - $100.00/player (Pro only)
Payout guaranteed on $75.00/player
Remaining $25.00 is allocated in the following way:
$3.00/player goes to PDGA
$22.00/player goes to green fees. Green fees include the cost of TD fees, permits, additional insurance documentation, and costs associated with running events (restrooms, etc.) according to the local municipal stipulations/rentals on public properties and necessities for the safety and security of the players. Although these fees are set for the 2024 calendar year, they are subject to change for specific events

The following info pertains to Amateur entry fees for A tiers
Initial cost - $150.00/player (Amateur only)
Amateur payout guaranteed on $40.00/player for Trophy Only events and $90.00/player for non Trophy Only Events
Remaining $110.00/player (Trophy Only Events) is allocated in the following way:
$4.00/player goes to PDGA
$76.00/player goes towards player pack costs (not retail value). Players receive at least 125% player pack value on gross entry fee paid
$30.00/player goes to green fees. Green fees include the cost of TD fees, permits, additional insurance documentation, and costs associated with running events (restrooms, etc.) according to the local municipal stipulations/rentals on public properties and necessities for the safety and security of the players. Although these fees are set for the 2024 calendar year, they are subject to change for specific events

Remaining $60.00/player (non-Trophy Only Events) is allocated in the following way:
$4.00/player goes to PDGA
$56.00/player goes to green fees. Green fees include the cost of TD fees, permits, additional insurance documentation, and costs associated with running events (restrooms, etc.) according to the local municipal stipulations/rentals on public properties and necessities for the safety and security of the players. Although these fees are set for the 2024 calendar year, they are subject to change for specific events


The following info pertains to Pro entry fees for A tiers
Initial cost - $150.00/player (Pro only)
Pro payout guaranteed on $120.00/player
Remaining $30.00/player is allocated in the following way:
$4.00/player goes to PDGA
$26.00/player goes to green fees. Green fees include the cost of TD fees, permits, additional insurance documentation, and costs associated with running events (restrooms, etc.) according to the local municipal stipulations/rentals on public properties and necessities for the safety and security of the players. Although these fees are set for the 2024 calendar year, they are subject to change for specific events











X. Dynamic Discs Texas COVID Policies and Waiver
In order for events to take place and proceed in the safest manner possible, participants need to consider and follow these safety measures:
Social distancing of at least 6 feet apart from others is encouraged.
Do not touch anyone or anyone else's property (discs included).
Do not crowd the tournament staff at any point.
We ask anyone who shows any symptoms associated with COVID-19 or other sickness not to participate or attend any event. This is for your own safety, the safety of volunteers, the Dynamic Discs staff, and everyone else involved.

We will continue to have onsite player meetings for each event unless otherwise stated. The onsite player meeting will take place at a designated time and place listed in the event schedule on the registration page. While the onsite player meeting is not mandatory, any last minute changes will be announced at that time. Player and event info will be sent out via email and copied to the event pages before the onsite player meeting
so competitors have all of the info they need before any last minute changes may happen.. As a tournament player it is your responsibility to know the rules of disc golf and the layout of the course you play before competing in a sanctioned event. Please be responsible and know the formats/layouts and daily schedule before arriving at the event.

Water Stations on Courses:
Water on the courses is for you, the player.
Our suggestion is to designate one person on your card to dispense water for everyone after following the protocol above.

As tournament/competitive/recreational players it is our responsibility to adhere to park rules, COVID-19 standards and precautions, and to the welfare of others. Please keep sidewalks and paths clear of bags/carts. Pedestrians always have the right-of-way. Even though these events are official, and we have exclusive use of the courses, these are public parks. We DO NOT kick people out or tell them they cannot play the course. We DO tell them what is going on and give them all of the information needed to make sure there is little or no issue. In all cases these situations tend to work themselves out. As tournament players I feel it is our duty to be positive and informative towards others regardless of being a part of a paid tournament. All in all, we should be respectful and kind to everyone we come in contact with.






X. Dynamic Discs Texas COVID Policies and Waiver (Cont’d)
Event Participant COVID-19 Waiver
Participants understand that participation in this event carries with it risk of injury or death and I, on behalf of myself, my heirs, administrators, executors, and assigns expressly release, forever discharge, and hold harmless any 2024 event hosted by Dynamic Discs Lewisville, LLC., Steven Storrie, Dynamic Discs Lewisville, LLC. and its staff, Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, Westside Discs, all municipalities and organizations in relation to the event including their officers, agents, and employees, and the Professional Disc Golf Association from all personal injury, loss, damage to property, or death in connection with my participation in this event.

Further, I understand and acknowledge that I am participating in this event at my own risk, that any safety precautions designed to protect against the spread of COVID-19 undertaken by the Releasees does not guarantee I will not contract COVID-19, and that, the foregoing notwithstanding, it is my specific intent to affirm my foregoing release of the Releases with respect to any personal injury, loss, damage to property, or death I may experience from COVID-19 in connection with my participation in this event.

XI. PDGA Scoring and Digital Scorecard for 2024

Please research and follow the links below for a better understanding of the scoring rules that have changed for 2024:

How to Keep Score in 2024: Player & TD Guidance
https://www.pdga.com/news/how-score-2024-player-td-guidance?fbclid=IwAR3W7QQvuCxyPyGACYV6naFUeENczfl-32EXywY9aRx2F6NLO2lWoSg_WXs
Get Ready for the Season with the PDGA Live App
https://www.pdga.com/pdga-live-app
Learn How to Use the Digital Scorecard
https://www.pdga.com/apps/tournament/score/help
PDGA Rule 808
https://www.pdga.com/rules/official-rules-disc-golf/808

Detailed Explanation Here:
In 2024, all players must keep their own official score in all sanctioned rounds, and all players must submit their own official scorecard. This is a significant change from previous years. This document aims to provide guidance for TDs and players on how to navigate the new rule. Generally, this document addresses a sanctioned round in a singles playing format.


For Players
Keeping Score
All players must keep score. If a player has a designated caddie for the round, that caddie may keep score for the player they are caddying for. No one besides the player or the caddie may keep score.
The TD should tell the players what scoring options are available (digital and paper or just paper) prior to the event, and players should plan for which one they intend to use.
If players intend to use paper, they should make sure they have one or more writing implements.
If players intend to use digital, they should take care to charge their phones the night before and place their phone in do not disturb mode (iOS, Android) to save battery and minimize distractions.
Players (or caddies) must start their scorecard at the beginning of their round and keep score throughout the round as dictated by 808.C.
The recording of scores should be done in a location that does not prohibit other playing groups from continuing their round as required by Competition Manual 3.02.D.
It's a good idea to have a small notebook and pencil or pen in your bag, just in case something goes wrong with your primary scoring method. If all else fails, you can write scores and ruling notes in there.
Reconciling and Submitting Scorecards
Reconciling scores means that a group compares their scorecards to one another in order to ensure each player's hole and round scores match. This reconciliation process is mandated by 808.F. This is required because if all players submit 4 identical scorecards, the likelihood of a scoring error decreases dramatically.
If all players in a group used the PDGA Digital Scorecard to keep score, hole-by-hole reconciliation is not necessary, as discrepancies are already flagged immediately.
If discrepancies exist, they must be fixed before the players submit their Digital Scorecards.
Players will know that their Digital Scorecard has been successfully submitted if they see the scorecard submitted screen.

If a player submits their scorecard and does not see a score/round rating, they should contact the TD or Tournament Official immediately.
If any players used a paper scorecard or third-party app to keep score, hole-by-hole reconciliation is crucial, as it is the final chance to catch mismatches before scorecards have been officially submitted.
At the completion of a round, for the benefit of all players, the hole-by-hole scores of each player should be read off one by one to ensure accuracy.
This task should be performed by players, not by caddies.
Make sure that your whole group checks with the TD when submitting reconciled scorecards to make sure there are no errors.
Make sure that you turn in your scorecards within 30 minutes of completing your round per 808.F
Paper scorecards are recommended and will be available anytime at tournament central for people to pick up as a backup scorecard for easier group verification. Players are encouraged to keep as many backups as they need in order to make the scoring process easier to avoid miscalculations resulting in penalty strokes.

A Course Rule Sheet will also be provided at each event. This will be in the form of a digital copy on live scoring as well as a physical copy to take a picture of or have for yourself during the tournament.

Refund policy

OFFICIAL REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY FOR 2024

*If you need to cancel for any event, the request MUST be made by email to [email redacted]. Cancellations more than 7 days in advance from the event will receive a full refund minus a $10 processing and cancellation fee. Cancellations under 7 days from the tournament date will receive a 50% refund minus a $10 processing and cancellation fee if your spot is not filled at the time of refund request. If you fail to contact us properly to cancel your spot prior to the start of the event, you will forfeit your entry fee for that event. No player’s packages will be given to non-competitors in lieu of entry fees or store credit. While this policy will be in effect for the 2024 season, it may change for specific events.

Once a player begins his/her round, there will be no refunds given for any reason. If a player has to withdraw due to injury, illness, or an emergency during their round, a score of 999 will be assessed for not finishing the event as long as the Tournament Director is notified. If a player walks off the course in the middle of their round and fails to tell the Tournament Director or any of the tournament staff, the player will receive an 888. Communication is key so DDC can better serve you.
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