The Masters @ Quarry Park

Venue - Quarry Park Disc golf, Old Milverton Lane, Leamington Spa CV32 6RW

Masters only event - all players must be 40+ during the calendar year

PDGA C TIer event. Entry fees cover green fees, prizes and PDGA/BDGA fees. There is no prize money /cash payout but there will be a trophy for the winner along with spot prizes.

The event is a two day event with the option of playing one day only.
There will be two rounds of 18 each day.

Entry fees
£20 for two days
£12 for one day

Ace pot £1

Accommodation
Camping on site - £3 per person per night
Other accommodation options in Kenilworth

Food
Tea and coffee available all weekend

Lunch is available at the cost of £4.50 per day and includes baguette, scone/flapjack, fruit and drink

If there is enough interest I will book a table at a pub in Kenilworth for Saturday night

Separate to the above, there will be soft drinks, confectionery, and a selection of discs and disc golf bags on sale at the course
There is a shelter at the course with a toilet and water.

Saturday
8.30 to 9.15am registration
9.30 players meeting
10.00 - Round 1
TBC (approx 2pm tbc on the day) - Round 2

Sunday
9.00 - scorecards ready
9.30 - Round 3
TBC - (approx 1.30pm tbc on the day) - Round 4

Name - *
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BDGA number (if applicable) -
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PDGA number (if applicable) -
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We had planned just to have one Division (MP40) but the BDGA Board are reviewing Divisions for the BDGA tour for 2018/19 and may introduce an MA40 Division. If we do have two Divisions, would you prefer to play - *
I would like to play - *
Ace pot - £1 ? *
Camping ? £3 per night - *
Lunch - £4.50 per day includes baguette, scone/flapjack, fruit and juice. Lunch orders close 25th September *
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Would you be interested in a pub meal in Kenilworth on Saturday night?
Email address - *
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Mobile phone number (in case of any last minute changes) - *
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Any other information or questions please include below or you can email me at anytime - Sueu06@yahoo.co.uk -
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