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How it Works:

This will be an open event no divisions first 16 teams to enter are in.

Event runs Feb 20- March 25th  Final will be held March 25th 11 Am Ann Morrison Park

  • Open and Advanced players please play with honor and do not stack your team this is a fun event for everybody and will be more fun the closer the teams are in skill. 

  • Cost 40.00 a Team

  • All matches are best shot match play (review match play rules below)

  • The Event is Double elimination (see bracket)

  • Bracket must fill to make this happen

  • This will fill, payment reserves your spot.

  • A small portion of entry fee goes to run Disc Golf Idaho and it's events.

  • Suggested  PDGA rating cap 1880 per team.

 MIN Payout in a full 16 team field

 The Final will be a 30.00 a hole skins match (18 holes) for the finalists. This will be played on March 25th 11:00 AM



  • All matches are a minimum of 18 holes

  • Matches can be played on any course you would like (must play 18 holes)

  • All matches are match play best shot Team A vs. Team B (doubles format)

  • Results must be submitted by deadline date by 10:00 pm if no result has been submitted Disc Golf Idaho will flip a coin to decide the winner. ( A half dollar to be exact)

  • To ease scheduling and to keep things fun alternate stand in players may be used if your team mate can not make a match work within the deadline. With that said, the other team in the match must ok the substitute. They have no obligation to do so, but in the spirit of the event I hope these adjustments can be made on a per match basis between the competing teams to keep things fun.

  • There will do making deals for the skins money. you must play for it. 

Match Play Rules

Unlike stroke play, in which the unit of scoring is the total number of strokes taken over one or more rounds of golf, match play scoring consists of individual holes won, halved or lost. On each hole, the most that can be gained is one point. Teams play as normal, counting the strokes taken on a given hole. The team with the lowest score on a given hole receives one point. If the teams tie, then the hole is halved. For example, in an 18-hole match, the first hole is a par-4 and Player A scores a 3 (birdie) and Player B scores a 4 (par); Player A is now 1-up with 17 to play. In the same match on the second hole, a par-5, Player A takes 8 strokes and Player B takes 5 (par); Player B wins the hole and the match is now "all square" with 16 to play. On the third hole, a par-3, both players take 3 strokes and the match is all square with 15 holes to play. Once a player is "up" more holes than there are holes remaining to play the match is over. For example, if after 12 holes Player A is 7-up with six left to play, Player A is said to have won the match "7 and 6".

A team that is leading by x holes with x holes remaining is said to be "dormie-x" or simply "dormie", meaning that they need one more halved hole to win the match (or that the other team must win all the remaining holes in order to halve the match). For example, if Player A is 2-up with 2 to play, he is dormie. Ties are played off in a sudden death format.

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