Monday, October 29, 2012

Tim Selinske US Masters Fundraiser Events

Tim Selinske United States Masters Fundraisers
All events are 1 day C Tiers with all profits going to the 2013 Tim Selinkse United States Masters!
The Tim Selinkse United States Masters is a PDGA Major being held in Burlington on May 17 – May 19!
Schedule of events:
Event 1 – Sunday December 2, 2012 – Superclass Event – Played at Wellspring (Burlington) – TD is Jon Owens
Event 2 – Saturday January 5, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Pine Cone Crush (Southern Pines) – TD is Chuckster
Event 3 – Saturday February 2, 2013 – Bring Your Own Partner Doubles – Played at Cedarock (Burlington)–TD is Jon Owens**

Event 4 - Saturday February 9, 2013 - Singles Event - Played at Kilbourne (Charlotte) - TD is Chuckster

Event 5 – Sunday February 24, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Deep Creek Dreams (Burlington) – TD is Jon Owens
Event 6 – Saturday March 2, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Cedar Hills (Raleigh) – TD is Robert Leonard

Event 7 – Saturday March 30, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Swingin’ DB’s (Moncure) – TD is Chuckster
Event 8 – Saturday April 27, 2013 – Singles Event – Played at Middle Creek (Cary) – TD is Robert Leonard
Entry Fees:
All Pro Divisions - $50***
All Advanced Divisions - $35
All Intermediate Divisions - $30
All Recreational Divisions - $25
Add $10 for non-current PDGA members
All amateurs receive a players pack!

All events have a 9:30 players meeting and 10:00 tee time
TD contact information:
Jon Owens – Jonathan.Owens@alamance-nc.com 336-266-4090
Chuckster – chuckster@spikehyzer.com 919-770-9713
Robert Leonard – robertleonard01@yahoo.com 919-389-5780
Preregistration is not required, however encourage. Please email the appropriate Tournament Director your name, PDGA number and division to pre-register!

**Entry fees are per person at doubles. So a pro team is $100. Players cannot be mixed divisions - players will compete at the higher division of the two. 

***All pro divisions will have a $5 deduction from their entry towards the fundraiser. All Amateur divisions will not have this deduction since profits from their payouts will act as their donation.

9 comments:

  1. Superclass on Dec. 2? So that's not a standard singles event?

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  2. Well, kinda yes and kinda no. Superclass events are singles events and all the rules are the same as normal tournaments. However, you are only permitted to throw superclass discs. A list of those discs can be found on the Approved disc chart, under column L. Those with an "s" are eligible to used.

    http://www.pdga.com/documents/pdga-approved-discs-xls

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  3. are all the versions of the hero disc type 235 use able, there is chap star and dx same molds but three different names

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  4. I just ordered a Zephyr, so maybe I'll come down. I enjoy the Wellspring course.

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  5. What happened to The Kentwood Tournament

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  6. The opportunity to play Middle Creek came and I decided it would draw a larger crowd. The goal is to have as many people as possible to make as much as we can.

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  8. Anyone know exactly what layout(s) we'll be playing this weekend at Cedarock Doubles?

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  9. Both rounds will play the US Masters Layout. It can be found here:

    http://www.pdga.com/files/Cedarock_-_2013_Tim_Selinske_U.S._Masters_Championships_Layout.JPG

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