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Posted on: August 19, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Steele Creek Park Disc Golf Tournament

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This is your chance to play the course as an after-hours GLOW EVENT this year and the Grand Opening of the new back nine, The Woods!  Holes 1-18 will be played on the front existing nine (The Creek) and on the new back nine (The Woods).  Players will be playing from the white tees. All divisions are playing the same tees. Individuals will be placed on a card with up to 4 players selected at random with a shotgun start.  This is a Recreation Event for ages 13 and up.  Players under the age of 16 must have a parent or guardian on site during the tournament.$30.00 Per Player. Players will be limited to 72.
Player pack includes:
1 dx glow disc golf disc 
1 Innova DewFly Towel
1 Innova Sticker
1 Cotton Tournament T-Shirt
1 vehicle entry to Steele Creek Park
Trophies, plaques and prizes packs will be awarded to 1st-3rd place in each division.
Guide To Determining Your Division

Professional - These are the most skilled players in Disc Golf. Experience usually runs a minimum of (5) or more years with some older players with (20+) years. Part of their Professional status includes the responsibility for "passing the torch" by teaching other players the correct course etiquette and behavior along with the rules and standards of tournament play. Virtually all Professional Disc Golf players are members of the Professional Disc Golf Association. Professional players typically compete for monetary prizes*.
Intermediate - Most of these players have a few years of experience (1-3+) but don't consistently play under par. Some will be active PDGA members and most will have played organized tournaments.
Recreational - Just like it sounds - these players play casually, sometimes a few times a week, but lack competitive training and rarely play under par. These players might not even be aware of the PDGA or it's rules that govern play.
Junior - Reserved for players under 17 years old. Skill levels typically of the Recreational or Novice divisions

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