Washington Team Golf League - Event 3 - Central Division

Sunday, January 23, 2022 at White River in Auburn, Washington
Disc golf teams tournament

Washington Team Golf League - Event 3 - Central Division graphic

Staff

Tournament DirectorSam Huff

About this tournament

REGISTRATION
Teams are selected by Captains from the previous league season. Players interested in playing in team golf should contact their local club representative for more details on available volunteer efforts for an invite to play team golf.

MISSION
The mission of the Washington State Team Disc Golf League (TDG) is to provide a social environment to foster competitive and progressive handicapped disc golf play for all skill levels of the players that have contributed to the community to grow the sport of disc golf. The TDG league is a fundraiser event to benefit the growth of disc golf in Washington State.

OVERVIEW
The TDG league will consist of 8 Events and 20 Teams. In order to establish a divisional league with EIGHT Team Matches (Events), there will be a Draft by the Captains to determine team schedules in each division for Events 2 to 7. Event 1 will be determined by the prior year team standings (1 v 12, etc.). The TDG league will be divided into TWO divisions (Central and South). PDGA Rules, PDGA Competition Manual, and the spirit of the game will be enforced.

TEAMS & PLAYERS
Teams will have at least SIX, but no more than NINE players on the Roster. There are no player restrictions for a team, although a mixed team of Amateur, Women, and Professional players would be preferred. Team Rosters must be submitted at least THREE weeks prior to the start of the First TDG Event. Players shall compete in at least TWO singles matches to be eligible to play at the League Championship. Players shall only play in ONE doubles match per Event. Players shall play in ONE singles match prior to playing in a SECOND doubles match from the start of TDG league.

EVENT FORMAT
The Event team match shall consist of TWO teams for TWO rounds. The format for each round will be FOUR matches of Handicapped Singles and ONE match of Handicapped Doubles. Before the AM Round, a coin flip will be used to determine which team will submit their scorecards to the other team for the AM Round. Teams will alternate for the PM Round. If a team is not able to field all the required round matches, then the doubles match is fielded first and all other matches are played as singles, except if a team has less than FIVE players a round, then all matches will be singles.

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