Sat, 30 Apr|
King Country Classic
Time & Location
30 Apr, 7:00 am – 01 May, 5:00 pm
Taumarunui, Taumarunui, New Zealand
About the Event
Event FB page: https://www.facebook.com/events/414535803693192
King Country Classic 2022 PDGA C Tier
April 30th - may 1st
4 rounds on the classic Tamaz Polo crosse Course
Lunch for both days BYO
Players meeting for course briefing 8.30 am
Round 1 Start time 9.00pm
Round 2 - 1.30pm
Round 3 8.30am start
Round 4 12.30 pm
Prize giving after last round
King Country Classic Tournament and Registration Details Tēnā koutou – Greetings to everyone. New Zealand Disc Golf is proud to offer an exclusive tournament in the Manunui Polo Crosse grounds ( Miro street ) in Taumarunui, on April 30th and May 1st.
Tournament Director is Pete Boyle. This tournament is for NZDG members only and is a PDGA C-Tier. Tournament fee of $35 (This includes your NZDG $7 insurance and admin Fee and $5 Ace kitty ) must be paid when you register your interest in playing
There will be a field limit of 18 flights of 4 players.
The format will be 4 rounds of 18, shotgun starts on Saturday and Sunday.
All communication will be fully digital with players Tee times and starting holes announced through the PDGA tournament manager, each group must have at least 1 player who can use the PDGA scoring app to record scores.
Players will be contacted after the event to collect any prizes that are offered through sponsors.
To register your interest please advise which division you are entering, the options are:
Professional divisions: FPO, MPO & MP40
Amateur divisions: FA1, FA40, MA1, MA40, MA50, MA3 (Men's Rec) and FA3 (Women's Rec)
Make your payment to NZDG account number: 02-1268-0031830-001 Use Reference: KKC22
Name: ___________________ Age:________
PDGA #:__________________ * You don't have to have one to play
Division:__________________ Check https://www.pdga.com/divisions to see which is right from the above options for you.
NZDG would like to wish all competitors a successful weekend. Kia pupuhi te hau hei taituarā mōu – May the wind be with you.
The NZDG Board.