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2nd Annual District 82 Pin-Golf Tournament
June 20, 2020 @ 9:30 am - 6:00 pm$30
Results from Pin-Golf Playoffs
|21||Darryl Van Landuyt|
Results from Knockout Tournament:
Standings After 18 Holes of Qualifying
Scorecards from each player click here
Tournament Date: Saturday June 20
18 Holes of Pin-Golf for qualifying–Then a playoff for top 24
$30 Per Person
Pay when you arrive – not in advance
No Side Tournament
All 18 holes are really spaced out!
Tournament is Not IFPA Sanctioned–No WPPR Points
Beverages and Trophies Sponsored by our friends at Escape Room Wisconsin
Updated Procedures for Playing at District 82 Pinball
- Capacity is Limited to 50 people
- Everyone must wear a mask/face covering
- Temperature must be below 100.4 Fahrenheit for entry
- Maintain Social Distancing
- Wash Hands and Use Hand Sanitizer Often
- Sign a COVID-19 Waiver
800 O’Keefe Rd Suite F
De Pere, WI 54115
Saturday June 20, 2020
Tournament starts at 9:30AM
We will take a 60 min break after 9 holes so people can leave and eat lunch. We will not be providing food.
District 82 will stay open during the lunch period and you can play and practice whatever game you like.
Qualifying should run until 3:00PM
Playoffs should take 45 minutes per round with 4 rounds to determine winner.
Practice Starts at 8:30AM
Please arrive by 9:15AM to check in
If you have not checked in by start of tournament and haven’t communicated that you will be late you will be removed from tournament.
Limited to 50 people
Their is a button on the website that says “register” if their are still spots remaining. Please use it or if you are having trouble you can send an email to [email protected] saying you want to register and I can manually put you in.
$30 Fee includes:
All machines are on Free Play so no additional costs
Bottled water and soda (if you want something specific to drink or eat you can bring it)
Trophies for top 8
Tournament is Not IFPA approved, This will be just for fun, trophies, and bragging rights, no WPPR Points.
District 82 Pinball Pin-Golf Format
Its pinball with golf scoring. Just register and have fun.
Everyone is going to be put into a 3 player (2 if necessary) group that they will stay in for the entire qualifying portion of the tournament. Erik the tournament director will assign groups but I will take requests for which group you would like to be in–just send me an email. I will keep families together (unless you want me to split you up :-)) I will also try to put an experienced person with pin golf in each group. You will play 18 different games (holes) one at a time. They will be a mix of LCD, DMD, and Solid State machines. Exact game list won’t be published until just before the event but they will all be from my game list that is published on the website. The games will be marked for the Flippin’ Friday June 19th night. Everyone will play the same 18 holes. This will be a shotgun start so every group will start on a different hole and rotate through each hole as it becomes available. So if you start on hole 7 your next hole will be 8 then 9, etc until you finish on hole 6. Every game will have a target score. Lets say the target score on a game is 100,000,000. If you reach the target score on ball 1 you put 1 stroke on your score card. If it takes 2 or 3 balls you write down 2 or 3 on your score card. If you don’ t reach the target score you will put a number of strokes between 4-8 on your score card depending on how well you did. On this hole it would say the target score is 100,000,000. After 3 balls, If you get between 80,000,000-99,999,999 you put down 4 strokes, 60,000,000-79,999,999 5 stokes, 40,000,000-59,999,999 6 strokes, 20,000,000-39,999,999 7 strokes, under 20,000,000 will be 8 strokes. 8 is the maximum amount of strokes on any hole.
If you play out of turn or tilt through someone you will get an 8 for that hole!
If a machine breaks and can’t be quickly fixed that hole will be removed from the competition so then 17 holes will be used to determine playoff field. Same if another one breaks. Then 16 holes, etc.
Player order will be pre-determined by the hole on a rotating basis. Hole 1; Player 1 first, Player 2 second, Player 3 third: Hole 2; Player 2 1st, Player 3 2nd, Player 1 3rd, Hole 3; Player 3 1st, Player 1 2nd, Player 2 3rd, etc. This will be pre-printed on your group score sheets.
You will have a group score score card for all your holes and a hole score card for each individual hole. After 9 holes turn in your group score card, I can enter everything in at lunch so you can see where you stand. Then at the end of the tournament turn in your completed group score sheet so I can input the final standings for qualifying. It is everyone’s responsibility to be honest and check the score card after each hole so that its accurate with your group score card. Anyone caught cheating will be eliminated from the tournament.
Playoff will be a 24 person playoff with top 8 getting first round bye. If you are eliminated at this point you can stay and play other machines just not the ones in the pin-golf playoff tournament. All ties will be broken for seeding with a 1 hole game randomly drawn. The player with the fewest strokes wins the tiebreaker. The brackets will consist of 4 player groups playing 4 holes at the same time multi-match style but with pin-golf scoring. Groupings of games will be predetermined so the highest seed gets to choose their order 1st, then next highest seed, etc. You will add up the number of strokes total for the 4 games and the 2 lowest scores advance and highest 2 are eliminated. Your strokes do matter even when you are eliminated. Final position will be based on number of strokes against others whom were eliminated in the same round. This way I don’t have an 8 way tie for 9th and 17th place. The winner will be the person with the fewest strokes on the 4 final games with only 4 players. A tie for 1st will result in a 1 game playoff randomly drawn with higher seed choosing order. All other ties will stand for but we will do a 1 game playoff for trophy positions. This tournament is not IFPA approved so it is just for fun and not for WPPR points.
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