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Tennessee State Championship XXXII [event results]

Tournament Director: HB Clark (hb_clark [at] bellsouth.net) (270) 792-0672
Date(s): 11/10/2007     Location: Seven Oaks Park - Nashville, TN

One Day

Four Events:
Disc Golf - 30 hole set up at 7 Oaks - one round.
Mini Disc Golf - course set up at top of hill
School Lane - a disc golf putting and chipping event developed locally
Accurate Distance - a disc golf long drive to a basket

Golfers will all tee off Hole 1, with tee times startingat 8 am. Pro players are asked to do mini and school lane prior to disc golf. Groups will be put together as they show up, so come early and get playing!

The flyer:

Tennessee State Championship XXXII

A SOUTHERN NATIONAL EVENT

THE DAN CELEBRATION
SATURDAY, NOV. 10TH
SEVEN OAKS PARK
COMPETITION IN FOUR EVENTS

The Tennessee Flying Disc Championship is an overall competition. Cash or prizes will be awarded in each event. Points will be awarded in each event to determine an overall winner in each division. Additional cash or prizes will be awarded to the overall winners. A % of your entry will go to the overall pool and event pools. Your money will be in the events even if you aren’t.
The four events will be:
1) Mini Golf
2) School Lane
3) Accurate Distance
4) Golf.
Seven Oaks will be expanded to thirty holes for the championship.

T Shirt to the first 72 entries.

Trophies will be awarded to the overall winner in each division. A minimum of three players is required to form a division.


Registration at the shelter at Seven Oaks on Friday Nov. 9th from 3pm till 7pm
Registration on Saturday from 8am till 11am
All amateur divisions: $25.00
All Advanced Divisions: $35.00
All Pro Divisions: $45.00

All players will tee off in threesomes from hole one beginning at 8am.
Last group must tee off by noon.
Advanced and Pro divisions will complete School Lane and Mini-Golf before starting their golf round.

Per Ed Hedrick: “Most fun Wins”.