Online registration is now available, I've added the link to the original post. Also, I noticed a couple typos in the original flyer...they've been fixed now.
I hope people get a chance to come out and play in this, I think everyone had a good time in it last year, and I'm expecting it to be even better this year. Just a note on the "new 666" of the second round, as it states in the flyer, all of the second round will be best shot doubles, but with tweaks to the game.
First of all, there's Putter Only, pretty straightforward. I know there's bound to be some wiseguy who says "But I putt with a Boss, that count's right?" No. Basically, if it's listed as a putter on a manufacturer's website, it's legit. The one exception I'll make is if someone wants to use a Super Class disc, I'll allow it (most current disc golfers can throw a putter farther than a Super Class anyway). If somebody tries to argue to let some other disc in, well, I'll make them play with a Whitler. Or Turbo Putt. Or 10 M Brick....
Then there's "Island Purgatory." Basically, I'll mark off greens as islands, but in most cases will have a safe zone you can lay up in. Play safe, or play aggressive, you make the choice--a much easier choice to make in doubles.
And then the "Tees of Evil." Basically, this will take us all back to our first days of disc golf, and finding our lies in places they shouldn't be at all. Yes, it'll be ugly, and you'll want to make sure you have all the shots in your arsenal ready to go. The plus side, unlike the early days, instead of the rest of your friends standing by their shots in the fairway, laughing at your misfortune, we'll all be suffering together. I would
say that this will be like having to play from one of my lies, but I'll do my best not to make anyone have to tee off from a thicket of blackberries.
Oh, and one final note regarding costumes, I realize some people might not want to play for money when they're dressed up, so I added a cheap, non-competitive division for people who just want to enjoy the experience. I hope most people still want to compete, but most of all, I want everyone to have FUN.