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  • 10th Anniversary Spokane City Cup

    The Spokane City Cup will be called the Spokane Country Cup this year. Here is a preview of what Gordy has planned for the 10th Anniversary of this wildly popular Spokane event.

    Originally posted by Gordy #21004 View Post
    The Flyer will be posted by this weekend. The registration form is included. It's not complicated but you will want to read it carefully.

    For example, the top two teams from the Friday random draw doubles will advance to a $25/hole singles skins round on Sat after lunch on the Final '10' layout. Tie breakers for advancement will be by sudden death.

    This event promises at least $1000 cash added to the player generated portion of the total pro purse and a minimum 125% payout of the total amateur award purse.

    Meals will be provide free of charge on Sunday after the regulation round. They will consist of hamburgers and bratwurst, salads and sides.

    There will be new holes figured into the Jumanji layout and they will be available for play by Friday preceding the event.

    This will be a championship event and your participation is encouraged. The INWS will honor the participation of any player in any division they are qualified for.

    Taking into account that this event is in mid July there may be severe smoking restrictions in place.

    Your cooperation and participation are the only things that make this event possible so please bring your 'A' Game and your highest standards as well ; This will be fun.
    Your Four Mound Hosts, Gordy and Jaymie.
    Who knows Mr. Moose may even make an appearance.
    Fly free and straight to the pin!

  • #2
    The Saturday Skins @ the Spokane Country Cup

    After talking with Gordy I now understand the Saturday Skins.

    If you compete in the random draw doubles on Friday and place first or second, after any tie breakers, you are invited to compete in a skins round on the Final 10 Course on Saturday after the regulation round.

    The Friday doubles purse will be paid out on Friday and the Skins will be sponsored by Four Mound Disc Golf Reserve.

    There will be no charge for the four players that will be competing and the Skins will be played for $25 per hole for a total of $250.

    I hope to see everyone at the doubles on Friday night and Thanks Gordy!!

    The flyer/entry is attached to the bottom of this post for download and mail-in entries.

    On-line registration will be available at PDGA sign-up in a few days.
    Fly free and straight to the pin!

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    • #3
      Online Registration is Available

      Online registration for the Spokane Country Cup is now available at PDGA Signup.

      So let's see what we got going for the July 9 & 10 weekend.

      On Friday the Random Doubles will be two rounds on the Final Ten Course. Payout for the Doubles will be on Friday after the rounds.

      The Top Two teams will be qualified for the $25 per hole Single Skins to be played on Saturday afternoon on the Final Ten Course.

      One round on Saturday on the Jumanji Course.

      Free Lunch on Saturday will be provided by the INWS and will consist of an Italian Sausage sandwich with green peppers and onions, a bag of chips and a glass of lemonade.

      After Lunch we will play the Single Skins round on the Final Ten Course.

      One round on Sunday on the Jumanji Course.

      Free lunch on Sunday will be provided by Four Mound Disc Golf Reserve and will consist of burgers and brats with side salads and a beverage.

      After lunch we will have the Am Award Presentations (Am Payout at 125%).

      Following that we will have the Top four Open Men play the Final Ten Course.

      We will then have the Pro Award Presentations (Pro Payout with $1000 added cash).

      Then we'll have the raffle drawing.

      Followed by sitting around the camp fire and enjoying the rest of the evening with good friends.
      Fly free and straight to the pin!

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      • #4
        Added cash

        The current added cash per pro player stands at $1000. Think I'll step up.

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        • #5
          Can one play the doubles, and qualify for the skins, without being registered for the event? Can one just play the doubles?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Stimpi View Post
            Can one play the doubles, and qualify for the skins, without being registered for the event? Can one just play the doubles?
            As in the past you must be a registered player in the tournament to play in the doubles.
            Fly free and straight to the pin!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Gordy #21004 View Post
              The current added cash per pro player stands at $1000. Think I'll step up.
              $1000 per player is pretty good..
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              • #8
                That's a lot of $

                The PDGA sign-up page shows that Leslie is the only pro player registered. If that stays the same, she stands to win a lot of cash.

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                • #9
                  Looks like Vache is splitting it with her now.
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                  • #10
                    Is there more people registered for this event than what it shows on the PDGA site? I was thinking about playing because I want to play four mounds but I don't want to make the trip to play against one person

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by mine all mine View Post
                      Is there more people registered for this event than what it shows on the PDGA site? I was thinking about playing because I want to play four mounds but I don't want to make the trip to play against one person
                      That's funny, I was kinda thinking the same thing and I live here..

                      What time is the players meetings?

                      Who is Mine all mine?
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                      • #12
                        Flyer

                        There's an event flyer a few posts above that has answers.
                        It'll probably be hot so there will be lots of cold water on the course including fresh cold running water and a sprinkler right after hole 27 on your way back to #1.
                        For your information the new water tank will NOT be sitting on the Stimpi Ridge hole (Jumanji # 16,Hawk #15) It's just resting there on it's way up the rest of the hill.
                        There is another moose prowling the grounds, this time a black one with antlers. He was hanging out by the pond on Hawk #1 looking for Sean's disc so I told him we already got it.
                        The $25 per hole Skins round is sponsored by Physical Therapy Associates and this is about their 5th year helping this event out.
                        The camping areas are mowed out and the sprinklers are running.
                        Wednesday is weed whacker day so I hope it's not too hot. We'll try to get an early start. There'l be some special consideration for crew AFTER the whacking and branch gathering.

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                        • #13
                          Do you guys put a bunch of times in a hat and draw them at random? Oh lets see, it looks like it's gonna be an 8am start time! Well that makes perfect sense seeing as how everybody is playing 1 round each day! At least with only 1 start each day the chances of messing up the start are lower than usual.
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                          • #14
                            I think I will make the trek from Seattle to play. I guess I have until 6 tomorrow to decide.

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                            • #15
                              Don't think I'll play doubles. Can't imagine having to play the "final 10 course" 4 times in 1 weekend. That's 94 holes of golf which aren't really a walk in the park. If I tore up the final 10 course I would shoot 27 and if I'm sucking I would shoot a 30. More than likely I'd prolly shoot a 28 or 29.. to much predictability to be interesting. Hole 1's upshot is poke and hope. Hole 2's a birdie. Hole3s an easy 3 an impossible 2 for me unless a throw it in luckily. hole 4 is a must birdie but has a lucky green because of branches and rocks on the ground. hole 5 is a getable 2 and probably the best hole on the course because of the amount of scoring swing that's possible. Hole 6 is almost exactly the same shot as 5 just longer, I usually try to hit a 60 footer after throwing a safe drive. Hole 7 is a super hard 2 and pretty much a 3. Hole 8 is a thumber layup, throw a hyzer, get my 3. Hole 9 is the prettiest and had some real scoring but with tree's growing up the hole is getting almost impossible to 2 but it's an easy 3. Hole 10 is 2able if you throw a good drive and than get lucky on the green just like hole 1. So pretty much 5 holes that I don't know what I will get on the teepad but 4 of those scores are based on luck. If I wanted to play 40 holes like that I'd play the red twice.
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