Normally on this tournament I take out $1 per player to give back to the club. There were 36 players who paid the non-member fee for a total of $72. I just used this for the club’s cut rather then take out $1 per player. It works out almost exactly the same.

77 Players @ $10 each

Shelter/course rental - $40

Ace pool ($1 per player) - $77

Glow necklaces - $40.50

Cash CTP’s - $65

Beer - FREE

5 Disc CTP’s – FREE

Pumpkins, water, misc – FREE

FUN = FREE

Total = $222.50

Cost per player = $2.89 (Total divided by 77 players)

OPEN

14 players @ $10 each = $140

Minus player costs = $40.46

Total payout = $99.54

ADVANCED

23 players @ $10 each = $230

Minus player costs = $66.47

Total payout = $163.53

INTERMEDIATE

11 players @ $10 each = $110

Minus player costs = $31.79

Total payout = $78.21

RECREATIONAL

5 players @ $10 each = $50

Minus player costs = $14.45

Total payout = $35.55

NOVICE

1 player @ $10 each = $10

Minus player costs = $2.89

Total payout = $7.11

NOVICE WOMEN

2 players @ $10 each = $20

Minus player costs = $5.78

Total payout = $14.22

NO RATING

19 players @ $10 each = $190

Minus player costs = $54.91

Total payout = $135.09

NO RATING WOMEN

2 players @ $10 each = $20

Minus player costs = $5.78

Total payout = $14.22

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I did make a mistake on the payouts. I accidentally switched up Casey Jelinek and Corey Hart. Casey had chosen to play her rating in Recreational Men. Corey should have been in Novice Women based on her rating. I had them backwards though. I don’t expect any money back, so it’s Casey’s lucky night and I’ll make it up to Corey.

There was a CTP on every hole. 13 of them were $5 cash and the other 5 were donated discs. I don’t have all the winners though.

There was $77 paid into the ace pool to bring the total to $149. There were 2 aces hit. Steve Hamilton hit # 1 and Cory Madaus hit # 8. Unfortunately Steve is not a club member, but Cory is. Ace pool pays out 60%, so $90 went to Cory with $59 carrying over to the next club event.

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batmanx2008 wrote:

I don't have lights to tape on my disc and I don't have a glow disc how would I still be able to play?

I don't have lights to tape on my disc and I don't have a glow disc how would I still be able to play?

Well......good question. It certainly helps to have one or both of those situations going. It is a doubles tournament...do you have a friend who has either?? There should be some glow plastic for sale before the tourney starts, I wouldn't recommend trying to play disc golf in the dark without either those lights that you can tape to a disc, glow plastic, or, we usually have glow stickers to put on the discs. But I'm afraid the guy with the glow stickers won't be there for this event.....sorry......

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1.- A 2.- A 3.- A 4.- A 5.- B 6.- A 7.- B 8.- B 9.- B

10.- A 11.- A 12.- B 13.- B 14.- B 15.- A 16.- A 17.- A 18.- B

It was definitely set up almost as short as it can be, to help move things along....anyway, hope this helps.......

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