USDGC Dubs Qualifier on The Compound

Thursday, June 23, 2022 at The Compound in Griffin, Georgia
Disc golf doubles tournament

USDGC Dubs Qualifier on The Compound graphic

About this tournament

This is event one of two that will be a warmup for 2022 Hotlanta!

BYOP best shot dubs on The Compound Longs layout! This will be a flex start event, so make sure to come with another team so that you do not have to wait to tee off!

For the top teams, I will have awards available after the rounds on Thursday and Friday during the flex start if you want to stop by and pick them up!

We will be utilizing UDisc for scoring, so make sure to sign up on here in advance so that I can add you to the event!

Pros are allowed to play in this event, but are not eligible to qualify for the main event!

Ams Will receive:
Choice of a USDGC Stamped Innova Disc

ACE POT INCLUDED with entry!!!
If none hit will be added to Friday’s Flex Start event!

This is a Doubles Qualifier for the USDGC DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT in Rock Hill, South Carolina. September 30th-October 2nd.

The number of teams that can qualify for the USDGC Doubles Main Event is based on the number of teams that participate in your qualifier. The thresholds are as follows.

· 1-14 Teams = 1 Team qualifies
· 15-24 Teams = 2 Teams qualify
· 25+ Teams = 3 Teams qualify
· 1-5 Teams = 1 Team qualifies
· 6-10 Teams = 2 Teams qualify
· 11+ Teams – 3 Teams qualify

VERY IMPORTANT – 2022 has a new registration rule
Win and You’re In- If you are awarding more than 1 qualifier spot the winning team will be invited to register right away. Any additional qualified teams will be sent information on how to register but will have a later registration date. We will make sure to communicate this later date and rule clearly when we send qualified teams the event registration information.

All players must meet one of the following criteria in order to be eligible to compete in the USDGC Doubles Main event:

-Player is not a PDGA member or does not have a player rating and has never accepted cash in a PDGA event.

-Player has an Amateur Player Classification with the PDGA - meaning the player is classified as an amateur and plays in amateur divisions for prizes instead of cash. If a player plays in a Pro division and accepts cash at any time, they become classified as a Professional member. An Amateur class player has either never accepted cash, or if they have, they have later met the criteria to be reclassified from Professional back to Amateur with the PDGA.

Refund policy

Compound Disc Golf is responsible for all refunds and cancellations.



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