Huk Central - Amateur

PDGA logoSat-Sun, May 11-12, 2019 at Grand Central Station in Central, South Carolina
Amateur-only A-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament

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Amateurs only this weekend. Must be current PDGA member to register. Four rounds at Grand Central Station split between Freight and Locomotive layouts.
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James M    May 11 at 12:48am

Unfortunately I am not going to be able to attend the tournament. I tried to use the withdraw link, but it didn't seem to do anything. Can you please withdraw me from the tournament as well? PDGA #86873, Thanks.


Dustin Gilliam    May 10 at 4:06pm

Please withdraw me from this tournament.

Dustin Gilliam   May 10 at 4:07pm

No refund necessary.

Bryan Schaupp   May 10 at 4:28pm

your spot should fill so refund coming sir

kyle deck    May 3 at 5:08pm

Unfortunately, I need to withdraw please. PDGA#68071. Thank you


Scott Elam    April 22 at 2:06pm

Torn calf muscle has me out for a while... so I'm gonna make someone on the waitlist REALLY happy. Please withdraw my entry from this event and process the appropriate refund. Hope to see you guys later this summer.


Todd Lion    February 12 at 1:30am

I will issue partial refunds to all the players on the waitlist who were charged full price.
Full entry fee minus $5. I'll send those out tomorrow.
If you get invited from the waitlist at a later date, you'll have to re-pay the remaining portion.

drew durham   February 12 at 1:32am

How will the waitlist work if the remaining spots are not filled, assuming the cap is raised for each division?

Don Wall    February 11 at 2:58pm

Gotcha. Thanks, Todd.


Don Wall    February 10 at 2:45pm

Just wondering if there is any chance for an MA60 division? There are a good many of us out there.

Todd Lion   February 10 at 7:30pm

Using MA40 and MA55 was an experiment we first tried at Upstate Classic last year. We were really pleased with how the divisions worked out there so we're gonna keep it up for Huk. Having two masters-age divisions instead of three made for more even and more competitive divisions.