Oxford House Fundraiser

PDGA logoSaturday, July 30, 2022 at University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida
C-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

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About this tournament


Oxford Houses are homes for those that are recovering from substance abuse and mental health issues as well as the communities in which they serve. The first Oxford House was opened in Silver Spring, MD in 1975, and over the past 47 years has grown from one house to over 3,200 homes in all fifty states. Florida is one of the younger states and has blossomed from just one house in 2019 to almost 100 houses across the state with fifteen different area chapters servicing almost every major area. Oxford House Chapter 2 of Pensacola has decided to host this PDGA sanctioned fundraising tournament for the purpose of raising funds to send their delegates to our Annual Oxford House World Convention, Unifying with the community, and raising awareness about the stigma which follows those who are recovering from alcohol and drug abuse issues, all in a one-day fun-filled event. We will be providing DD Players packs, prizes for the top three winners as well as raffles for various prizes including a wave runner and vouchers from Taylor's breakfast and lunch. Chapter 2 of Pensacola's members hope all of you come to play and support them as well as have an amazing time. Thank you in advance for all your support!

Refund policy

Oxford House is responsible for all refunds and cancellations.


Saturday, July 30, 2022
9:00amCheck-in starts at 7:00 am, player meeting at 8:30 am, and first-round Start time at 9:00 am.

Player Divisions & Entry Fees

$10 additional fee for players without current PDGA memberships.
For help choosing a division, see the PDGA guidelines
$50.00FPOOpen Women
$50.00FA1Advanced Women
$50.00MA40Amateur 40+
$50.00MA50Amateur 50+
$50.00FA2Intermediate Women
$50.00FA3Recreational Women
$50.00FA4Novice Women
$50.00MJ12Junior 12
$50.00FJ12Junior Girls 12
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