I'll be at the course from about noon until whenever on Friday, if anyone wants to register and pay as an Am.
The Skills competition will be set up Saturday Morning, using the practice basket and another basket on the baseball field. This isn't really an EDGE event, or even using the EDGE criteria, but it's similar.
This will be 8 different skills from varying distances. There will be obstructed putts, obstructed kneeling or sitting putts, an OH, a UD, and a couple of normal throws and putts.
There will be 2 circles painted around each basket, one at 10', one at 25'. If your first throw lands within the 25', you get points and go on. If your first throw is within the 10' circle, you get more points and go on. If your first throw lands against the pole, you get EVEN MORE points and go on. If you ACE, you get maximum points and go on.
BUT, if your first throw gives you a lie beyond the 25' circle, you get one more throw. It must land within 10' to get any points, and you get the fewest points of all. If your second throw is STILL outside of 25', no points and move on.
The skills will be from 4 opposite points to each basket, so there should be little interference from another disc.
The Skills Competition will run from 8-10 Sunday morning. There will be someone to take cash for the Skills Competition and the CTP (across the field from the pavilion area) which also will be Sunday morning.
If the Skills and CTP, $5 for the Skills event , CTP will be 1/$2, 3/$5 and 8/$10. You'll mark your best throw and contend for prizes from that.
Prizes will be announced at the Tournament Central...
From right now, Pros have exactly 1 more hour to sign up, as it turns out. I found out today that it's 8pm LOCAL time tonight, so if you or a buddy are thinking about playing Pro for the Endicott Open, now's the time to decide. You may end up playing Nikko, you never know...