The Up the 10 Mile Creek Classic C-Tier Charity Driven by Innova

PDGA logoSaturday, April 27, 2019 at Gordy Road in Fort Pierce, Florida
C-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament


The Up the 10 Mile Creek Classic C-Tier Charity Driven by Innova graphic
Added cash $500


Tournament DirectorIzzie B
Assistant Tournament DirectorBrian Laporte

About this tournament

Get ready to head Up the Ten Mile Creek to Gordy Road, one of the most technical disc golf courses in Florida. The Up the 10 Mile Creek Classic, Treasure Coasts' C-tier singles tournament, will be held Sat, April 27th, 2019!
There will be $500+ added cash.

Registration opens for the public Monday March 4th 8PM

2 rounds of 18 holes.

Open/Open Masters/Open Grandmasters/Advanced Men will play 2 rounds from the long tees.

Intermediate Men and MA40 will play round 1 from the long tees and round 2 from the short tees.

All other divisions will play 2 rounds from short tees.
Pad assignments are tentative and will be finalized at the players meeting!
All baskets will be located in the long position for the tournament.

Note: PDGA members that are not current and Non-PDGA Members must pay a $10 non-member fee. This additional PDGA fee does not apply to the Junior Division. Junior competitors must be accompanied by a chaperone.

An optional $5 Ace fund will be available for purchase day of.

All ams will receive an AWESOME players pack!

Prizes, ctp's, ace fund.

All are welcome!!!

Sponsored by Treasure Coast Disc Golf Club

Host Hotels and Local Camp Grounds:
La Quinta Room +breakfast $74+tax (mention the Treasure Coast Disc Golf block of rooms and the discount code PDGA)
2655 Crossroads Pkwy, Fort Pierce, FL 34945 (772) 828-4199

Road Runner Travel Resort (Camping $35 and Cabins $100+)
5500 St Lucie Blvd, Fort Pierce, FL 34946 (772) 464-0969

Savannah Park and Campground ($35 full service and $10-$15 tent sites)
1400 Midway Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34982 (772) 464-7855

Guide To Determining Your Division:

Professional - These are the most skilled players in Disc Golf. Experience usually runs a minimum of (5) or more years with some older players with (20+) years. Part of their Professional status includes the responsibility for "passing the torch" by teaching other players the correct course etiquette and behavior along with the rules and standards of tournament play. Virtually all Professional Disc Golf players are members of the Professional Disc Golf Association. Professional players typically compete for monetary prizes

Advanced - These players are usually long time players of (3+ years) and regularly score under par. Many are active PDGA members and play organized tournaments as well.

Intermediate - Most of these players have a few years of experience (1-3) but don't consistently play under par. Some will be active PDGA members and most will have played organized tournaments.

Recreational - Just like it sounds - these players play casually, sometimes a few times a week, but lack competitve training and rarely play under par. These players might not even be aware of the PDGA or it's rules that govern play.

Novice - Strictly for new players that have either never played Disc Golf or just a handful of times.

Junior - Reserved for players under 17 years old. Skill levels typically of the Recreational or Novice divisions.

PDGA Divisional Standards can be viewed here:
*An average of the latest PDGA event(s) will be utilized to determine the division of experienced players without a PDGA number.

Refund policy

Treasure Coast Disc Golf is responsible for all refunds/cancelations.