This event will crown the 2022 KCDG Club Overall & Women’s Champions and be played on Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th. The event is not PDGA sanctioned. The event will be 3 rounds over 2 days. The event is as competitive as you choose to make it. You can simply come out and play a round or two to connect with club members and have a good time. Or you can grind it out with the hope of winning the club championship over all 3 rounds. There are no divisions for this event, you will be divided into flights for Sunday’s round on the basis of your score from Saturday. Your registration for this event is the only way to guarantee a 2023 Bag Tag. The winner of the event will get tag #1.

Cost & Registration – There is no entry fee, but you must me an active member of KCDG to participate. Please pre-register at discgolfscene; you can sign up or renew your membership when you pre-register for the event. If you sign-up or renew your membership for the club, that membership will include the rest of 2022 as well as all of 2023. There is an OPTIONAL cash side pot for interested players. It’s $50 per person. Nassau-style betting structure. $10/$10/$10 for each individual round, and $20 for overall score. We will payout 100% of the funds. The payouts will be steep, and there are no divisions.

2021 KCDG Champion John Jones with the traveling trophy.

Saturday — Shotgun Starts at Rosedale Park in KC, KS.
Saturday will include 2 rounds — at roughly 9am and 1pm. One round up top, with mixed basket placements, and one round down under with many of the more challenging tee and pin combinations. For the overall champion, both rounds on Saturday will count; for the women’s championship, only the round up top will be included. Of course, women are also welcome to play the down under round as part of the competition for overall placement, but only the round up top will count toward the women’s championship. On Saturday, you can request card mates.

Sunday — Tee Times at Water Works Park in KCMO.
We will flight all of the players on the basis of the Saturday scores, and send out cards on tee times with the championship card teeing off around 2pm. If you didn’t play either or both rounds on Saturday, you are welcome to come out and get on a card on Sunday morning.