Come Join the Cache Valley Disc Golf 2015 winter league. This is a great way to play competitive dis golf, or simply meet and socialize with other disc golfers. There will be divisions for all skill levels with results tracked and posted. End of season awards will be given for top eligible performers in each division. Closest to the pin (CTP) prizes will also be awarded each week for club members.
Time and Place
League play will begin Saturday January 10th at 1:00, and continue weekly through Saturday March 28th at the Cache County Fairgrounds disc golf course.
Cost of Play
$5 for club members, $6 for non club members. ($10 to join the club which includes an awesome bag tag.)
Club members may also participate in league play without paying in for weekly events. Those who do not pay in are not eligible for weekly payout.
All money paid in for weekly league will be paid out that week to division winners. Payout is more aggressive (less participants paid out) in the Open Division, and more liberal in the Rec Division (almost everyone gets something back).
Participants also have the option to be paid out in Infinite Bucks (credit towards purchases at Infinite Discs). Infinite Buck payout is 20% higher than cash payout. For example, a player taking second place in their division could choose to receive $10 cash or 12 Infinite Bucks
Open – This is the division for the best players. Disc golfers whose average Fairgrounds score is better than 2 under par (57) should compete in this division.
Advanced – Average Fairgrounds score between -2 and +4 over par.
Intermediate – Average Fairgrounds score between 5 and 15 over.
Novice – Average Fairgrounds score greater than 16 over par (75 or higher).
An optional $1 Ace pot is also available. If you pay into the ace pot, and get an ace during the round, you win all the money in the Ace pot. At the beginning of winter league the ace pot is currently at $111.
Each club member who brings their bag tag to to league play is eligible for weekly CTP prizes.
At the end of the league round, bag tags are re-distributed according to the scores for that day. The player who records the best score gets the lowest numbered tag available.