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Turkey Shoot is Saturday November 28th

posted Oct 17, 2015, 7:15 AM by Stafford Lake   [ updated Nov 2, 2015, 10:02 PM ]
All the permits are lined up and the 2015 Stafford Lake Turkey Shoot is On !  One day, non-PDGA doubles tournament.



Please note that this tournament always sells out. So if you want to play, pay quickly as only 72 teams are blessed enough to play.

What:
  • Best throw doubles format.
  • Two 18 hole rounds. 
    • One in the morning, starting at 8:15 AM.
    • One in the afternoon, starting at 12:00 PM.
  • One round on Stafford's classic course in mostly 'traditional' pin positions.
  • One round on Stafford's 'Lake' temporary course.
  • Four divisions:
    • Professional - The top tier for ultimate bragging rights. $100 per team.
    • Old - This is a new division for old people. Total age of the team must exceed 100 years. $100 per team.
    • Amateur - For younger teams who are not pros. $80 per team.
    • Mixed - One man, one woman, one team. $80 per team.
  • 100% Payout. Sorry but we're not doing a players package or food as most of us have enough tee shirts, discs, and will have plenty of leftovers from Thanksgiving, and everyone prefers cash anyway.
  • So bring your own lunch as food will not be provided and there is not enough time to get food between rounds !!!
When:
  • Saturday November 28th.
  • Park Opens at 7 am.
  • !! Players Meeting is at 8 AM !!!!
  • First round starts promptly at 8:15 AM.
  • Second round starts at 12:45.
  • Awards ceremony at 5:00 PM.
  • Park closes at 6 PM.
Other Stuff:
  • Normal Stafford parking fees still apply.
  • !! Bring your own food and beverages !! To save time there will be no barbecue this year, so bring your lunch.
  • Please play quickly. The sun sets at 5PM, so we have to be done before then.

The Courses:

For those of you curious about the course layouts:

  • In an effort to speed play, most of the main course will be in 'traditional'.  So a mix of long and short.
  • Below is a rough map of the temp course.  The winners shot a -15 last year, so we may try and toughen it up a bit.