2013 BADCO Doubles Ace Race
Two people work as a team to hit one ace per hole, for two grand prizes.
Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 10:00 am check in 9:00 am
Random Draw Doubles – $25.00 per person
(Players Package: 2 disc, 1 mini, 2 reusable score cards 1cozy and 2 tumblers).
Accuracy contest: 3throws for $ 5 all cash goes to winner.
Distance contest: 3throws for $ 5 all cash goes to winner.
Mulligan $ 3each or 2 for $ 5 (this event is nonsactioned)
Here is a link to the 2013 Discraft Ace Race Players Package info.
Green Valley Ranch Disc Golf Course Located @ 40th and Lisbon (Take I-70 to Tower Road, take Tower Road to 38th St, take a right at 38th St. go east until street ends at Himalaya. Take a left go to stop sign at 40th St. turn right on 40th St. to Kirk St. Take Kirk St. to 42nd St. Turn left on 42nd St. Turn left at second driveway. First tee to your right
For more info: call 303-808-6776 or email RonnieDRoss@hotmail.com.
Here is a link to the Discraft Ace Race Homepage with lots of info.
Here is a link to the Online Registration.
Format: Two rounds of 18 holes, one throw per hole per player.
Course layout: Holes are generally between 180 and 250 feet (55 to 75 meters).
Entry fee: $25
Player package: Guaranteed to be at least twice the value of your entry fee! The 2012 player pack included two identical Discraft prototype discs made especially for Ace Race, plus a SuperColor mini, sunglasses, a sticker and a sweet water bottle for every player. More than a $50 value!
Rules of play: Players are required to use the player package discs, and only these discs. If a disc is lost, the player has the option of using the second disc from the package. Only one throw per player per hole. All players should have their own scorecards and mark “A” for aces (a hole-in-one) and “M” for holes on which they hit metal.
After all players in the group have thrown, discs are picked up and the group moves directly to the next tee. Players keep their scorecards for round two, using the next line on the card to record the round. The player with the most aces after 36 holes is declared the winner. In case of ties, the number of metal hits is used as a tie breaker. If a tie persists, a closest to the pin contest is then used to determine the event winner.
Note: Double Ace Race in full as of today. 9/4/2013 thanks to all who signed up.