Burnlaw Spring Snowbow 2020
4-5th April 2020

Tournament Adult Fee: £35. This is for the complete two-day event including amazing freshly homemade lunches and an array of stunning prizes. (Reductions may apply - see below).

This event is on the 2019-20 BDGA Tour

Northern Flights:
We're buddying up with the Isle of Mull Classic 2020 the following weekend (11-12th April) to make this another 'Northern Flights' special – a chance to play two of the best loved northern events on back to back weekends. So on Monday 6th you can stay at Burnlaw for an extra day or head up the A1 to play the stunning course at Foxlake, Dunbar. On 7th Glasgow our friends at Glasgow Disc Golf Club have offered to host 'ransom doubles' at Springburn Park and Ruchill Park.
There's a £5 reduction if you attend both Mull and the Burnlaw. This 'rebate' will be made upon registration at the Mull event.
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£10 reduction
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Beautiful room: Red Hot Curry - delicious curries, conviviality, live music, players short film screening (bring a home-made film, MP4 preferred) creativity and the unexpected! £12 pp Bonfire outside later!
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