Disc golf doubles tournament
About this tournament
THIS EVENT IS CASHLESS PRE-REG ONLY, AND WILL BE CAPPED AT 52 PLAYERS.
Entry fee is $15. $10 goes to payout and $5 goes to food. I'll be grilling up some good eatins for lunch. I'm making a bunch of my signature blend burgers with all the fixins, and we'll have brats, dogs, and veggie burgers for those that are not down with meat. Food all depends on pre-reg numbers. If it looks good, we'll have slaw, potato salad and other good picnic sides. Dude Sweet Nice.
Bring $5 extra if you want beer. I'm planning on getting a barrel or 2, depending on pre-reg numbers. When pre-reging, let me know if you want beer or not. Hopefully we can cart one out onto the course around #13 or something. Sweet.
Registration will close at 10am. We should be teeing off at 10:15. I anticipate a 3 hour round, a 90 min lunch break, and another 90 min final 9. Giving time for a 6some or other shenanigans, everyone should be paid out and leaving before 5pm.
We're not going to use the exact 101 payout table. Top 30% should be paid out. I should have a rough estimate posted after I see the prereg numbers. This is gonna be some serious fun. I did this same format at Toboggan in 2007 and turnout was awesome, we had 50 people.
Post up on the talk section with your name and PDGA #, and indicate if you want beer or are a vegetarian. Sign up for Open if you are on the pro side or Advanced if you want to be on the Am side.
Please help me spread the word. More people = better food and more beer. HELL YEA!!! less
Chris Day May 14, 2009 at 1:31am
Reds Rye P.A 6.8% ABV, Black IPA 6.6% ABV, Centennial IPA 7.2 ABV, Double Trouble IPA 9.4% ABV, Breakfast Stout 8.3% ABV, Canadian Breakfast Stout 9.4%, and KBS 11.2% ABV. All delicious.
Heavy hitters, yes. I'd suggest the Reds Rye P.A. -Would be the closest to a session beer. Not sure if they let kegs of the Black IPA out of the brewery. If we could get a keg of the Black IPA, I'd forget about golfing and watch the keg for you, Daemon. ; )
Bells Oberon 6% or Two Hearted 7% would not bee too shabby either.
Tony Maccarino May 13, 2009 at 9:59pm
ill work on the founders...ill talk to my boss tomorrow..also cases of stone, arcadia, new holland, dark horse, bells, and flying dog!!!! if u want to have ur own sixer lemme know and ill get them all to u at cost :)
Mike Fortunato May 13, 2009 at 9:43pm
I suggest a 1/2 barrel of founders. No grizzly poop. Done and done.
Daemon Stahlin May 13, 2009 at 9:03pm
beer fund looking like $200+. that's alot of beer. the plan is 2 5gal kegs from grizzly peak (IPA and whatever's good) which should leave us with $120-140, depending on whether we need CO2 or not. so any suggestions?
Scott Ransley May 13, 2009 at 8:06pm
Scott Ransley, #37772, AM most definitely AM, yes food, no beer
Joe Harr May 13, 2009 at 8:06pm
noted DS, my ol charcoaler needed a new home anyway, giver to ya at the ccr d00d...
Daemon Stahlin May 13, 2009 at 7:49pm
ah yes, a heads up to all players- i need portable charcoal grills. any size'll do. extra charcoal chimney starters would also be useful.
Mark Stephens May 13, 2009 at 7:34pm
Sounds like a fun event Daemon but, I am going to be out of town. I will post it on the FTF message board for you though.
bob smart May 13, 2009 at 7:32pm
sorry my division is only for people that can throw 500, and dont give up 5 strokes at loco in 3 holes
Chris Wojciechowski May 13, 2009 at 4:08am
It is an insult to advanced that Rooster is listed as a part of it. I demand he be moved to the Bob Smart division, post haste.
Scott Aikens May 13, 2009 at 2:49am
Thanks for putting this together, Daemon. Sign me up!
BEER, MEAT, and AM (unless you run out of OPEN players, I guess)
Ryan Mac May 12, 2009 at 8:26pm
Ryan MacDonald 30665 Pro- Meat and Beer. Thanks Daemon sounds fun!