Registration is currently open for both Langley (Duck Golf #3) and Nanaimo (Duck Golf #4).
Langley is currently full with a waitlist of 5 players. They have already increased capacity from 72 (4/pad) to 90 (5/pad). In order to account for the longer rounds that larger groups causes, the player’s meeting will be at 8:30am and the first round will start at 9:00am. There will be no day of registration. As per the tournament policy, full refunds will be processed until the close of registration, after that time it’s at the TD’s discretion. Keep in mind that if you drop out of the event at this time, there is someone waiting in line to take your spot.
If you want to get on the waitlist for Langley, go through the regular registration process (including payment) and you will be added to the waitlist. If you do not get in the event, you will receive a full refund of your payment.
Nanaimo is a full month away, but registration is now open for it as well. There are handy countdown timers in the sidebar (scroll down on mobile) for when registration closes, and direct links to event details, registration and the current list of registered players.
The 4th event in the lower mainland series is the Trilogy Challenge on Monday August 4th. The event is specifically targeted towards newer or less experienced players. Full registration details: http://vancityunited.discgolf.io/e/vancouver-trilogy-challenge
Registration deadline: before Wednesday, July 23rd.
Cost: $35 for non-BCDS members/ $30 for members (read the registration page on how to get the discount)
- Check-in: 10am
- Player’s meeting: 10:45am
- First round: 11:00am
The player’s packages (included in your entry fee) includes all the equipment you need to play that day (you may only use the 3 new discs you receive):
- Three previously unreleased disc golf discs
Dynamic Discs Thief (fairway driver)
- Latitude 64 Claymore (midrange)
- Westside Shield (putter)
- A Trilogy Mini
- Trilogy Stickers
- A Trilogy Lanyard
- A Trilogy Bag Tag
- A Trilogy Koozie
Looks like it’s registration time. Three upcoming events have just recently had their registrations open. In order of urgency/occurance:
Of the above only the Hub City Huck is a PDGA sanctioned event (B-Tier), while the others are just local tournaments which require BCDS membership.
Grouse and The Hopen have their online registration provided by and through The Disc Cellar website, while Hub City Huck is through the NDGC website.
Additional events without online registration are taking place as well, so look around if you want to play more or less locally.