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2011 Southern National Doubles Championship [event results]

Tournament Director: Doug Williams (info [at] ) (601) 260-7697
Date(s): 07/30/2013 - 07/31/2013     Location: The Rez/Chautauqua Park/Butts Park - Jackson, MS
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The Double Barrel Shootout
Southern National Doubles Championship
July 30-31, 2011 Jackson, MS
Brought to you by the Judges (Jackson Union of Disc Golf Enthusiasts)

Tournament Directors
Doug Williams 601.260.7697 Lloyd Wilkins 601.519.7422

Co Tournament Directors
Allan Morrow 601.807.9999 Josh Price 601.946.5674

The Rez Brandon, MS
Chautauqua Park Crystal Springs, MS
Butts Park Jackson, MS

Using PayPal ( or
Register by Mail by July 22nd to:
412 Shenandoah Rd N
Brandon, MS 39047

Shirt Sizes
Make Checks Payable to Judges
You must pre register by 8pm on Friday, July 29.
You Must Have Southern National Points to Qualify

Entry Fees
(Max 36 Teams Per Pool)
Pool A Open Men, Open Women, Pro Masters, Pro Grandmasters $100
Pool B Advanced Men, Advanced Masters $80
Pool C Intermediate Men, Intermediate Women $60
Players Pack
The first 200 players registered will get a Tournament T-shirt FREE.

In addition all Amateur players will receive a Tournament Stamped Disc.

Host Hotels
Days Inn
106 Swinging Bridge Dr
Byram, MS 39272
(601) 371 7111

Holiday Inn Express
5569 I 55 South
Byram, MS 39272
(601) 346 8118

Timberlake Campgrounds
143 Timberlake Dr
Brandon, MS 39047
601 992 9100 or 1 877 388 Camp (2267)

Friday, July 29
Early Sign In @ the Rez 5 thru 8pm

Saturday, July 30
s will be held at EACH course for EACH pool
7:30 to 9am
Players Meetings @ each course before each round
(First meeting at 9:15am)

Round 1 Start 10:15 am

Round 2 Start TWO HOURS after last card is turned in from Round 1
(We will have another players meeting before the start of round 2)
Scoreboards will be at your course

Contests and Players Party
Sports Field at Butts Park
End of 2nd Round @ 7:00pm to 11pm
Will be team based, must be done as a team.

Sunday, July 31
Players Meeting at each course @ 8:30am
Scoreboards will be at your course
Round 3 Start 9 am

After Round 3 head back to Rez

Super Safari 6
Top 3 pro teams and ties will play a Super Safari 6 round at the Rez follow the 3rd round. Scores for these holes count, they are a continuation of play.

Awards immediately after Super Safari 6

Pool A
All Professional Divisions

Pool B
All Advanced Divisions

Pool C
All Amateur Divisions

Tee Assignments
The Rez All divisions will play normal-concrete tees EXCEPT Int. Women, who will play short tees as marked in the Players Program.

Butts Park All divisions will play normal tees EXCEPT Int. Women, who will play short tees as marked in the Players Program.

Crystal Springs All pro divisions will play from Pro tee pads as designated in players program and scorecard. All Advanced and Amateur divisions will play from Am pads.

Saturday Morning
Pool A plays Crystal Springs (Singles Team Combined)
Pool B plays Butts (Best Shot)
Pool C plays Rez (666)(Alt, Best, Worst)
Saturday Afternoon
Pool A plays Butts (Best Shot)
Pool B plays The Rez (666)(Alt, Best, Worst)
Pool C play Crystal Springs (Singles Team Combined)
Sunday Morning
Pool A plays The Rez (666)(Alt, Best, Worst)
Pool B plays Crystal Spring (Singles Team Combined)
Pool C plays Butts (Best shot)
Sunday Afternoon
Pool A (top 3 teams including ties) plays Rez (Super Safari 6)

The Rez
Holes 1 thru 6: Alt Shot
Holes 7 thru 12: Best Shot
Holes 13 thru 18: Worst Shot


Best Shot (Butts, 666 @ the Rez)
Best Shot is by far the most popular doubles format. Both players throw from each lie (starting with the tee shot), then the team chooses which of the resulting lies to continue play from, until the hole is completed.
A team may take a reasonable amount of time to pick which lie they want before the 30-second play clock starts.
A lie that is picked up without being marked is gone forever; the team must throw from the other lie. If the second lie is picked up, it must be replaced in accordance with PDGA rules. All lies must be marked according to PDGA rules.
If the first player throws from the wrong lie, the second player may still throw from the correct lie.
In case of injury or disqualification, one partner may play alone, throwing one shot at each lie (essentially playing singles).

Worst Shot (666 @ the Rez)
Worst Shot is the most brutal of the doubles formats, and can test the patience of even the best teams. In Worst Shot, both players throw from each lie (starting with the tee shot), then the competing teams in the group choose which of the subsequent lies will be used, with the aim of making the hole as difficult as possible. The hole is completed once both team members have holed out from the same lie.
The 30-second play clock begins once the opposing teams have selected the lie.
A lie that is picked up without being marked must be replaced in accordance with PDGA rules. All lies must be marked according to PDGA rules.
Any warning or penalty incurred by a player may be chosen to apply to the team, at the opposing teams' discretion.
A team found to be giving an opposing team a better lie will be disqualified for unsportsmanlike behavior.
Alternate Shot (666 @ The Rez)
In Alternate Shot, only one sequence of throws is made on each hole. The team selects a player to throw the tee shot at the beginning of the round. The other player then throws from the subsequent lie, and play alternates in that fashion until the round is completed. Alternate Shot is closer to a singles format, where one partner cant bail the other out. If you miss a short putt, chances are good that you'll be driving the next hole.
If the wrong player on a team throws, another team must call it immediately, like a foot fault. The team receives a one-throw penalty.
For any violation that requires a rethrow (stance violation, provisional throw), the same player throws.

Singles Team Combined (Chautauqua Park)
In Singles Team Combined, both partners play each hole individually. After each hole both players combine their scores to come up with one score for that hole. Example if Player A pars the hole with a 3, and Player B double bogeyed with a 5, their combined score for that hole is an 8. With this style format, the course par will double. It will be best to keep everybodys score individually on score card them add them together at the end.
Each player must tee off and play each individuals lie until both team members hole out.

All sponsors will be recognized in the tournament programs noting the sponsorship level and will be mentioned specifically at each of the players meetings and award ceremonies. The programs will be distributed to all competitors and made available to spectators.

Hole Sponsors ($25) will have a sign placed prominently at the tee for a tournament hole with the company logo and a brief message of your choice boldly displayed.

Par Sponsors ($100) sponsors will get the tee sign, will be featured on the back of the Championship tshirt and will include a tournament tshirt and disc.

Birdie Sponsor ($250) sponsors will get a tee sign on half the holes on all three courses, will be featured prominently on the back of the Championship tshirt and will include two tournament t-shirts and two tournament discs.

Ace Sponsors ($500) sponsors will get Full Course tee signs at all three courses, will be featured prominently on the back of the Championship tshirt and will include four tournament t-shirts and four tournament discs. Sponsorship also include one team entry.

Lloyd Wilkins --J.U.D.G.E.S--


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