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TOURNAMENT RULES

DIVISIONS:
For help choosing a division, see the PDGA guidelines

  • MPO Mixed Pro Open

  • FPO Female Pro Open

  • MP40 Mixed Pro 40+

  • MA1 Mixed Amateur 1

  • FA1 Women's Amateur 1

  • MA40 Mixed Amateur 40+

  • MA50 Mixed Amateur 50+

  • MA2 Mixed Amateur 2

  • MA3 Mixed Amateur 3

  • FA1 Women's Amateur 1

  • FA3 Women's Amateur 3

 

HOLE RULES:

Special thanks to TJ McArthur, Tournament Director for Rocky Mount Disc Golf Group for drafting the hole rules below.

See the Course page for images of each hole created by the Rocky Mount Disc Golf group.

  • Hole 1: No OB

  • Hole 2: Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 3: Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 4: Triple Mando. Player's must pass in between the marked triple mando. If mando is missed, the player must play from the drop zone marked by the orange bricks with a penalty stroke. Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 5: Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. If 0B, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 6: Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. If OB the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 7: There is a creek that runs on the far right side of the fairway in the woods that holds water. If your disc is surrounded by water in the creek, you are OB, If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke

  • Hole 8: There is a creek that runs on the far right side of the fairway in the woods that holds water. If your disc is surrounded by water in the creek, you are OB, If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 9: No OB

  • Hole 10: There is a creek behind the basket. Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 11: No OB

  • Hole 12: Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries, If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 13: Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke. Mando in the middle gap of the fairway. Player must pass right of the mando. If mando is missed, the player must play from the drop zone marked by the orange bricks with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 14: Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 15: Creek and beyond OB. There is a creek that runs through the fairway near the basket that is OB. White painted line defines boundaries. Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 16: Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 17: Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. Batting Cages OB. White painted line defines boundaries. Baseball field is OB. Fence defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke.

  • Hole 18: Creek and beyond OB. White painted line defines boundaries. Road and beyond OB. Grass/asphalt line defines boundaries. Baseball field is OB. Fence defines boundaries. If OB, the player advances to the last place in-bounds with a penalty stroke 

 

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • Longest Drive contests will reset and have winners in Rounds 1 and Round 2.

  • To qualify for longest drive, throw must land in bounds in the general area considered as the fairway and be in the direction of the intended basket.  For example, a 380' throw towards the intended basket is consider a longer drive than a 400' foot throw that lands on the adjacent fairway.

  • If in doubt, have players in your group confirm you are the longest drive.

  • In the unlikely event a throw goes beyond circle one of the intended basket, it is not considered a longest drive.

  • If you exceed the previous longest drive, write your name and move the sign to the new longest drive location. 

CLOSEST TO PIN:

  • CTP contests will reset and have winners in Rounds 1 and Round 2.

  • To qualify for CTP consideration a throw must land in circle 1 of the intended hole.

  • Please use integrity.  Only claim your throw as CTP if it is clear you are closer than the prior mark.

  • If so, write your name and move the sign to the new CTP location.

  • If in doubt, have players in your group confirm you are the longest drive.


AWARDS:

  • PRO: Top 40% of MPO/FPO player will receive cash based on PDGA Tier 3 standards as well as awards for top 3 in each division.

  • AMATEUR: Every amateur will receive a players pack. Top 3 in each division will also receive an award.

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