2011 Oregon Disc Golf Championship Qualifier Registration

clnw_admin - Posted on 03 April 2011

2011 Oregon Disc Golf Championships
September 17-18 2011
3 rounds of 18 holes at Trojan Disc Golf Course

This PDGA sanctioned B-Tier invitation only event aims to deliver the USDGC experience to players right here in Oregon. In order to crown 4 Oregon State Champions, we will be setting up the Trojan Disc Golf Course in its most challenging layout ever. 

If you have any doubts about the difficulty of this course just ask someone who played the event last year.  This course is no joke.

Divisions & Number of Players:
76 total players
32 Open Men, 6 Open Women, 32 Advanced Men, 6 Advanced Women

Invitations will be awarded to the top eligible finishers in each division based on their overall score for that weekend. Players can only qualify once and invitations are non-transferable. In the event of a tie, invitations will be awarded to the player with the hottest round. If there is still a tie, I will award one of the last chance spots to that player.

To be eligible to qualify for the ORDGC players will need to pay $10 prior to the start of the first round at each qualifying event for their scores for that weekend to count. This $10 is NOT included in any entry fee for any of the above listed events. This is an entirely separate event and fee.

The following events will serve as qualifiers for the ORDGC:
Great Northwest Open,  McIver 3PO,  Rose City Open,  Beaver State Fling, Willamette Open,  Whistling Discs Open & the Calapooia Classic. 

Each event will award the following number of invitations:
Open Men - 4, Open Women - 1, Advanced Men - 4, Advanced Women - 1 

Masters players are welcome to play in the ORDGC, but there will be no age based divisions. Masters will be eligible for invitations provided they play the same course at the same time as their non-protected division. For example: a Pro Master can qualify based on his score IF he played the same course at the same time as Open players. I will be asking TDs to make accommodations for this, but ultimately it will be up to them. Pro Masters are also welcome to try to qualify by playing in the Open division.