[x] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Villas Crossing weekend is still happening but the format of the weekend is changing. The singles event, all divisions, will be Saturday only, there is NOW a doubles event on Sunday.
The Villas Crossing Open, PDGA C-Tier, will be SATURDAY ONLY with the field capped at 90 people.
All divisions will be offered for walkup. Currently 17 pre-regged golfers so if walking up, do it early in the morning to assure yourself a spot!
NOW HAPPENING – Villas Crossing Doubles – $70 a team, this includes greens fees
- Optional $10 NEUS Ace-Eagle Pot and 3 team Mulligans
- All Am’s get a disc with entry
- Enough room for 45 teams
- TD will be none other than NEUS Promoter, Jeff Golden
NOW…if you registered for Sunday and can’t make it…I will offer full refunds. Please just contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks and happy huckin’
After last week’s disappointing news…i’m excited to present you with…
Dynamic Discs presents…the MrDiscGolf Amateur Championships at Villas Crossing!
So where is this all taking place you ask? Well, it’s 2 rounds of golf cart golf at the great course at Villas Crossing in Tamaqua, PA. In preparation of the event, Villa’s has secured more than enough carts to accommodate 90 golfers!
So when is this ‘cool’ event happening? September 26, 2015.
Okay…we get your slow-mo to develop information Mike…so..just tell us already!!
Fine!! In championship fashion, the Trophy-Only, PDGA B-Tier will host a 90 seat, 2 round event at Villas Crossing.
Why Trophy-Only you ask? How about a player pack valued at over $200 for a $100. This $100 entry will give you the player pack of epic proportions, cover all cart and greens fees, all ace pot and PDGA fees!
SO MUCH MORE OF THIS EVENT IS STILL EVOLVING!! If you want to be part of the player pack…let me know!
There is no ‘put me in’ list….everyone will need to pre-reg ahead of time.
Below find the flyer!
It is with great disappointment that the scheduled A-Tier for September 26-27 is being postponed until 2016. The Rotary and I have agreed that Jordan Creek and the LV Parkway were going to provide the best venue for exposure for the organization. As you may or may not know, the LV Parkway is in disarray and Jordan Creek’s completion time is uncertain.
Two of the main goals of the event were community involvement and spectator participation. Both would be sacrificed with the current state of the parks. While we opined different venue changes, it would take away from the Rotary’s footprint.
On behalf of the Rotary distract, I apologize for this unfortunate news.
The Battle at/of the Beach was a fantastic event using both the normal layout and a 4 hole alternate teepad layout. Coming into the break, NJ’s Hank Hendry shot a new course record with a -13 (45)! Also, we had THREE AceHoles, Harry Ward, Mike Ande, and John Rabago! Nice Job.
Following the second round, Hank reigned superior after a hot 2nd round -9 (51) was shot by Lou Garcia. Top Three were Hank, Lou, and Lat64’s teen prodigy, Finley Buchanan-Jacobs. Robin Billig ruled the Gmen field besting second by 6 throws! Jeff Voorhees dominated MA1, Chris Krause destroyed MA2, Joe Franciose nipped MA3. Jean Kopchak took down the Rec Ladies, Carl “Cubby” Cubbedge beat down the MG1s and Kevin Shermer hailed supreme in MM1.
Many thanks to the Hole Sponsors, Chris Hansen Construction, Coondogg, Frank, Chip & Cubby, Joe Harker, and our Friends of Doc Cramer.
Without further ado, scores are here: http://www.pdga.com/tour/event/21538
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