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slor minitour tournament no 4: Kiawah Island, 54 hole strokeplay, COOLSWING WINS BY 11 STROKES

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Tue, Sep 8 2009 4:04 PM (31 replies)
  • slor
    902 Posts
    Thu, Aug 13 2009 12:01 PM

    So exciting this new multiplayer format!!! New tournament will be a 3-round, 54 hole tournament - a common format being used in developmental tours. Signup close on 19 August.

    Signup form here

     

  • slor
    902 Posts
    Fri, Aug 14 2009 6:49 AM

    Update on rules for this tournament:

    Multiplayer mode, 1st and 2nd rounds will be drawn as threesomes. Final round will be drawn as pairs based on current standings.

  • slor
    902 Posts
    Wed, Aug 19 2009 6:44 AM

    Reminder - signups are due in at the end of today (California time)

  • TheSpaghettiKid
    424 Posts
    Wed, Aug 19 2009 8:58 AM

    anyone or masters only?

  • jasondement
    322 Posts
    Wed, Aug 19 2009 12:41 PM

    i signed up but im not sure i did it right. am i in?

     

  • slor
    902 Posts
    Thu, Aug 20 2009 1:55 AM

    Anyone can sign-up as now we can set the tees wherever we want in practice mode. You must complete this tournament in multiplayer mode.

    Right, Here are the 1st and 2nd round threesomes.

    You will be paired for the 3rd and final round according to your position.

    1st Round - Kiawah Island, 18 holes, Tournament tees, Medium wind
    2nd Round - Kiawah Island, 18 holes, Tournament tees, Easy wind

    Complete 1st and 2nd Rounds by end of the day (California time) on 31 August. Good luck!

    Report scores here

    See current scoring here

  • jasondement
    322 Posts
    Thu, Aug 20 2009 2:32 PM

    1st round    north2002         -3

                 jasondement           +1

    was fun north maybe i will be more competition in rd 2 gg

  • slor
    902 Posts
    Fri, Aug 21 2009 2:16 AM

    Just a quick reminder - please post your scores in total strokes (e.g. 67) instead of score to par (e.g. -5). It makes it easier to sort the spreadsheet between rounds and it is the accepted way to write down scores in competition.

  • ChrisCrosby
    240 Posts
    Fri, Aug 21 2009 8:33 AM

    slor it is hard to get 3 people out together can we just do twosomes?  You have 16 people.

  • slor
    902 Posts
    Sat, Aug 22 2009 6:15 AM

    Sorry, Chris. I did set out the rules of play at the beginning of the sign-up period and I have run tournaments using threesomes successfully in the past. If there are any clear hang-ups, do let me know and I can mediate. I assure you, it will be all fine to organise.

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