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Saturday, March 24th
Players' Meeting, Pools A & B
Pool A Alternating (Rolling Meadow), Pool B Best Shot (Circ Hill)
Players' Meeting, Pool C
Pool C Alternating (Rolling Meadow)
Pool B Alternating (Rolling Meadow), Pool A Best Shot (Circ Hill)
Pool C Best Disc (Rolling Meadow)
Sunday, March 25th
Pool A Best Disc (Rolling Meadow), Pool C Best Shot (Circ Hill)
Pool B Best Disc (Rolling Meadow)
Advanced Final 18 holes (Circ Hill)
Intermediate, Advanced Women, Advanced Master,
Advanced Grand Master Final 9 holes (Rolling Meadow)
Advanced: Top 36 Intermediate: Top 16 Advanced Master: Top 8
Advanced Women: Top 2 Advanced Grandmaster: Top 6
ABOUT THIS EVENT
This is the annual showdown between the world's top Amateur doubles teams.
Each year the sport's up-and-coming Amateurs choose a partner and battle for the World Doubles Champion title.
The tournament features two days of play on Circle R's two courses, and multiple formats of doubles play. All players must be current PDGA members with Amateur classification.
Everyone will play a round of Best Shot, one round of Best Disc, and one round of Alternating Shot. Teams that make the finals will play Best Shot, Best Disc, and Worst Shot.
Best Shot, also known as "Scramble," is the most common format for doubles in disc golf. Players always throw from the same lie, picking the shot they prefer each time.
Best Disc, also known as "Best Score", is similar to singles. Both players play their own disc and take the better score on each hole.
In Alternating Shot, players take turns throwing throughout the course. If one player makes the putt, the other player drives on the next hole.
In Worst Shot, players always throw from the same lie and take the worse shot every time. Both players must make their putts.
Click here for more information on the: Rules for Each Style of Play
Your division will determine which course you'll use for each format.
Divisions Offered: Advanced, Advanced Women, Advanced Master, Advanced Grand Master, Intermediate
2012 Full-Color Disc
$95 per player. Every player gets a full-color Millennium Disc and tournament t shirt, a mini disc, Friday, Saturday & Sunday greens fee, Friday & Saturday camping fees are extra, Saturday Night Pizza Party & Ring of Fire are free for everyone. Thursday night camping available for $10 per person. You can pay for your guest camping on the registration form.
Available by reservation for $10 each day per person. We recommend you order lunch as there are no places really close by to go and eat, and we will cater a full BBQ lunch. Brisket, Sausage, Beans & Potato Salad on Saturday, and Fajita & Chicken Tacos with Bean & Rice plus chips guacamole, pico de gallo and hot sauce on Sunday. Lunch must be ordered on the reservation form or before March 21 by email.
Saturday Night Party:
We will host a get-together Saturday night and play Ring of Fire. Everyone will be treated to a pizza party. We will also raffle off some prizes.
We welcome sponsors for this event & we will add your logo to this website, allow you to put up a banner, and make an announcement at the Pizza Party and other times throughout the event. Please email us at email@example.com
for sponsorship information or call Dee at 512-970-9001.
Rules of Play:
Please read all rules and information: Rules For This Tournament
You Must Be A Current PDGA Member To Play In This Event. Please Do Not Plan To Pay Your Dues At The Site. Please make sure you have passed the PDGA exam prior to Thursday, March 22nd or be able to provide proof at any time. Bring your proof with you if you have recently taken the test.
for an entry form (you must have MS Excel to view), open it, fill it out, save it on your computer and then write an email to us, attach the completed form to that email and send it to (click: firstname.lastname@example.org
). Registrations close when we sell out so send yours in as soon as possible. We only take the first 108 teams.