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    Default The Disc Golf Championship of Prides Creek



    The first sanctioned event on the top rated course in Indiana. This will be a one day, two round event.
    More details to come.

    First 50 preregistered amateurs will receive a custom stamped disc.

    Preregistration Entry Fees (Day of registration +$5)
    Pro Divisions $50
    Advanced Divisions $30
    Intermediate/Recreational/Juniors $25

    Trophy Only $20

    **Minimum of four players required to field a division. Players signed up in incomplete divisions will be relocated to closest matching division. (Does not apply to Juniors, Women & Men’s Open)**



    All Times EDT

    Check-In & Late Registration 9:00-9:45

    Player’s Meeting 10:00

    Tee Off 10:45

    Lunch will be approximately one hour after final card is turned in. Awards will immediately follow the second round.



    Registration Link: http://tinyurl.com/pridescreek2014

    Link to dgcoursereview page: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=6280

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    This course is a jewel. If you can go, do it. Wish I could but I have a show that night.....speaking of which, Job, you left the date off this.
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    What do you mean by "Trophy Only"?

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    I believe the date is Aug 2.
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    And why is the pine tree growing out of the lake?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    And why is the pine tree growing out of the lake?
    Because there is one like that. I don't know if it's a pine or a cypress, but the first hole you play where you throw across the lake has a tree with its trunk a couple of feet off the bank. It hangs out over the water and you have to work around it to get to the basket. It's an ace-able hole, but that tree will drop more than a few shots right down in the water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    And why is the pine tree growing out of the lake?
    Hydroponics.

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    I forgot this very important piece of information.

    AUGUST 2ND

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cgallagher View Post
    What do you mean by "Trophy Only"?
    Trophy only is a discounted entry fee for players who do not wish to receive a players pack or play for prizes. Basically, you pay $20 and play with the Open division.

    It's actually something that the PDGA suggests TD's offer. It's rarely used in Kentucky and Southern Indiana, but it is used quite a lot in northern Indiana and Illinois.

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    I played Prides Creek on a road trip with 4 other guys in May this year. It was an enjoyable course, very clean, with one pretty antsy hole where the RHBH hyzer route is out over the lake with a massive, solid from the ground up, pine tree/shrub a good 200+ from the tee which forces you to go way out over the lake. Even if you get it passed this hazard there is a cart path not far away on the LH side of the pine up a hill. Very enjoyable course; however it's not nearly as technical as either Seviren Lang or Charlie Vettiner locally. It reminded me a great deal of Freeman Lake or Madisonville. Fun course! Roger

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