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  • 2011 Fall Fling - One day tournament at N.A.D. Bremerton Sat Oct 15th

    Yes, a ONE DAY tournament at NAD park, Bremerton Saturday October 15th.

    PDGA tourney? nope
    Lots of cash to be awarded? naw..
    Hosted by West Sound Disc Golf Associaton? not really (we'll help)
    All long pin positions and Tons of OB string line in play like "Whiners in the Woods"? NO WAY!

    This is the fourth year that the City of Bremerton Parks and Recreation has hosted this one day tourney at the wonderful forest experience that is NAD park in Kitsap county. An October saturday including morning and afternoon rounds of play in skill divisions, with player packs to boot.

    Why play this one? It's a one day tournament! It's only as competitive as you want to make it, and NAD is beautiful in the fall!

    Details, including player costs, divisions, and contact info coming soon.

    As always, another great resource for news about West Sound disc golf happenings is at www.wsdga.org

    Brian T
    member, West Sound Disc Golf Association

  • #2

    So here's the details:

    $22.00 Bremerton Resident
    $27.50 non-resident
    $30 after Sept 30th

    registration includes two rounds of play, Gateway player pack

    Register by Phone 360.473.5425
    online: www.ci.bermerton.wa.us

    Downloadable PDF file registration form likely coming soon to www.wsdga.org

    ******but don't wait, give'em a call!

    In person: Sheridan Park Community Center, 680 Lebo Blvd, Bremerton, WA

    Contact for more info: Cynthia at 360.473.5425

    Come out for this one. NAD is great fun in the fall. This is a city parks dept event, so lets give the city reason to be proud of this course and this community!


    • #3
      The current plan for the pin placements is to have all the Baskets in the "Short" positions.

      The Red and Blue tees will utilized to match the course difficulty for the appropiate divisions.


      • #4
        The current registration forms (9/28/2011) have some errors in divisions offered.

        it should contain, and will be updated to include:

        General, non-protected

        1. Novice
        2. Intermediate
        3. Advanced

        Protected divisions
        4. Womens
        5. Juniors
        6. Over 50.


        • #5
          And yes,

          "advanced" could be expanded to mean "advanced and above" This would be the top non-protected playing division.

          I would expect that intermediate and advanced will likely be the two largest divisions, with healthy amounts of participants in both.


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