Seattle SuperClassic - PDGA C tier - Saturday, October 2
2 round of 18 holes at Lakewood to try out superclass
Meet at the lower parking lot at Lakewood by hole 14
Check in: 9-9:30am (first come first choice on the discs!)
Player's SuperMeeting: 9:45am
REGISTRATION IS OPEN: I'm going to be restricting the player limit to 40 players maximum (although I doubt we reach that).
The first 20 registered and paid players and ALL of those who register BEFORE September 20th will receive a custom stamped Superclass disc for the tourney. If you register after September 20th, I can't guarantee a disc.
Cost: $14 if you would like to get a custom stamped superclass disc (Hero 235) OR $10 if you would like to play with your own discs (no player's pack). Chainbangerz club members can take $1 off either entry fee option.
Paypal (email@example.com), check (3411 12th Avenue W, Seattle 98119), or cash in person all work for me. If you are sending a check be sure to send me an email so I know you are IN!
Payout: Most of the entry goes to buying discs and to PDGA so, as usual I'll just have a few things to give away (and probably the Chainbangerz shop will too!), but this will mostly be a chance to try out superclass for a day.
Link to current registration: http://www.pdga.com/tournament-results?TournID=10906
Seattle SuperClassic FAQ:
Will this affect my PDGA rating?
No, PDGA will calculate a SEPARATE rating for superclass, this will have no effect on your "regular disc" rating.
Do I have to pay the $10 PDGA fee if I'm not a member?
Nope, PDGA superclass events have an exemption from the non-member SuperFee.
What discs are legal for SuperClass?
The most common are the Zephyr, Hero 235, Te Moko, SuperStar, and almost all large diameter lids like ultimate discs.
What discs are NOT legal for SuperClass?
Sonics, Condors, Polecats, and regular putters like Aviars, Wizards, and Magics are all NOT SuperLegal for play.
What is the SuperLayout? (This is if all goes as planned, so may change!)
Pins: 1-short left, 2-deep left, 3-long, 5-see below, 9-short, 10-long, Geezer-long, 12-long, 15-short, 16-long, 17-long, 18-long
I've tried to create holes which will be either challenging 2's or that will be challenging 3's (par 4's with SuperClass discs)
Hole 5: For the first round, we are going to play to the long pin on 5 and then play the SuperShort tee to basket 6. For the afternoon, this will reverse and we will play 5 to the short pin and then regular 6.
What is SuperPar?
Holes 2, 5/6, 8, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17, & 18 will be par 4 holes and Geezer long will be a par 5 hole. Total par will be 65.
Will I have SuperFun without my Boss/Nuke/Katana?
Yup, these things are fun to watch SuperFly and great for developing wrist control and SuperLong range putter/midrange accuracy.