Rocket City Blast Flex Start Friday presented by Latitude 64

PDGA logoFriday, July 24, 2020 at Tom Monroe Disc Golf Course at Brahan Springs Park in Huntsville, Alabama
C-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

Rocket City Blast Flex Start Friday presented by Latitude 64 graphic

About this tournament

Dynamic Discs and Latitude 64 along with the South of 64 Series are proud to be back and a part of this great event once again. The brand new Latitude 64 RV set up will be on site for the tournament weekend and your shopping pleasure!

This PDGA Flex Start C - Tier starts at 10:00 AM with the last Tee Time at 5:30 PM.

PLAYER PACK ONLY- Amateur divisions will receive an outstanding player pack at the Latitude 64 RV in an effort to limit physical contact and comply with social distancing practices. Professional divisions will receive payout via online payment.


"I understand that participation in this event carries with it the risk of injury or death and I, on behalf of myself, my heirs, administrators, executors, and assigns expressly release, forever discharge, and hold harmless MCMB Flex Start Fun presented by ALtitude 64, Tyler Searle, and the PDGA (the "Releasees") for all personal injury, loss, damage to property, or death in connection with my participation in this event. Further, I understand and acknowledge that there currently exists a global pandemic associated with the disease COVID-19, 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 Releasees 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."

First and foremost - We will be following all of the requirements laid out by the PDGA for Requirements and Best Practices for PDGA Sanctioned Play During COVID-19.

Those requirements and best practices include those listed below:

PDGA-Sanctioned Event Requirements
Event directors and all staff, players, spectators, etc. (event participants) must follow all government guidelines for the event’s location concerning conducting organized sporting events, including following any requirements for physical distancing (example: minimum two-meter [6 feet] physical distancing) upon arrival at the event and at all times prior to, during, and after their rounds at the event and in all event locations.
Event directors and participants must still follow all normal PDGA rules concerning competition, such as properly holing out, etc.
Anyone who has COVID-19, is exhibiting common symptoms of COVID-19, is ill, or is in direct contact with someone with COVID-19, must not participate and may be asked to leave the event.
Event directors and participants who willfully and repeatedly violate government guidelines may be subject to PDGA disciplinary action up to and including penalties for a Class A offense.

Staff and Participant Best Practices
Anyone who is in a high-risk category as noted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, or similar country-specific agencies should not participate.
Participants should not touch discs, bags, carts, or any other property belonging to another participant.
Participants should bring and control their own food and water for the entire day
If using a digital scorecard, the players in a group may agree on a single player to keep score electronically, or the digital scorecard should be virtually handed off to another player when it is their turn so they can use their own device whenever possible. Mobile devices should not be shared among players.
Equipment Best Practices
Players should consider uniquely marking their discs on both the top and the bottom of the discs, thereby helping to identify the owner of a disc without the need for someone to touch it to flip it over.
Players should clear their disc from a target before another player putts out. A player should not putt into a target that already has another disc within it.
Players should carefully remove their disc from a target and avoid touching any surface of the target while doing so.
Once a disc has contacted a target, players should consider sanitizing their disc prior to subsequent use or placing it into their bag. The process of sanitizing equipment by a player must be done in a timely manner and not violate normal Excessive Time requirements found in 802.03 of the Official Rules of Disc Golf.

Refund policy

Dynamic Discs Chasin' The Chains is responsible for all refunds and cancellations.
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