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2017 Disaster

Updated 11/28/16

SEE 2016 DISASTER FINAL TOTALS TAB FOR 2016 RESULTS AND FINANCIALS

The SkullMaster Disaster is moving to Lake Amador in Ione, Ca.  Online signups will begin on discgolfscene.com Friday, December 2 at 6p.

DISASTER XVII

JOIN SKULLMASTER, THE MUTHA PUTTERS, LADIES DISC GOLF, AND AMADOR CHAIN ANGLERS DISC GOLF CLUBS

LAKE AMADOR SOUTH AND CAMP COURSES

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2017

Tee sponsorship still available

FIELD IS LIMITED TO 190 PLAYERS

No spots are held without payment

Registration 6:30-7:45 We are teeing off early!!

Players Meeting 7:45

TEE OFF: 8:15 AM SHARP

 

JUNIORS $20 (First three Juniors to sign up play for free!!)  All Juniors win Prizes

ALL AMATEUR DIVISIONS $40

ALL OPEN DIVISIONS $45

Minimum 3 players per division.  Withdrawals prior to one week before the event subject to $10 administration fee.  Withdrawals within the last week subject to $20 fee.  Withdrawals within 48 hours of event start will receive players package.

As always there is more than 100% payout to 40%+ of each field

NOTE-NO PLAYERS PACK FOR PROS TO INCREASE PRO PURSE THIS YEAR.  $5 for every Pro Player added cash this year! 

*FREE PLAYERS PACKAGE FOR FIRST 80 AMATEURS TO SIGN UP!        

Updates and directions on www.skullmasterdisaster.com and www.discgolfscene.com Lake Amador website and facebook links to be updated shortly.

Note: Parking fees are $2 per person per day and will be charged with your entry.   Camping will be $15 per site, fees include parking on the days you are camping.

After 11 years at our original location, Schweitzer Grove (Little Africa) in Carmichael, and 5 years at Lake Hogan in Valley Springs, the Disaster is moving to Lake Amador in Ione, Ca.  The spirit of this tournament is to encourage golfers of all ages and abilities to come out and bond together with their respective clubs and with other CVS clubs.  Lake Hogan is managed by Disc Golfers and has 3 courses available to us.   We will be using the South and the Camp course for the event.

Camping is encouraged, with many folks arriving as early as Wednesday.   There are over 100 sites available to us, with many free hot showers and flush toilets.  Lake Amador is also known for great fishing and is stocked on a regular basis.  Other amenities such as a full service restaurant, bar (with pool tables), and disc golf pro shop (yes, believe it or not!) are all available to us.  You can camp anywhere other than directly by the lake, which is reserved for those who are here primarily to fish.  Though you can camp where you like, clubs are encouraged to band together and fly their flags, banners etc. 

We will have a glow course set up beginning as early as Thursday, and a putting competition Friday night with a custom Disaster Prize.  We may have a poker game Thursday and/or Saturday night as well.

Lunch will be available, please purchase in advance on discgolfscene. 

If you do not make it in, please add yourself to the waiting list and I will contact you if something opens up.

We are expecting 190 players so come on out for one of the largest non PDGA sanctioned events in the country. 

If you have any questions, please email me at calidiscgolf@comcast.net or you can PRIVATE MESSAGE Ron Brown II on facebook.

Just wait until you see this year's tournament stamp, artfully created by Kyle "The Kid" Puiia

Friendly Neighborhood SkullMaster

Ron “Skull” Brown

Professional Disc Golf Association Member #7760

See www.discgolfscene.com for the current list of paid participants.

As always, no tournament director fees (shame on those who do).  100% of your entry fee minus the $3 CVS fee is put back into your divisional payout.  Pros will receive at least $5 per player in ADDED cash.  All players packages, which include shirts for Am's are funded through sponsorship, raffle sales, disc sales, and side games such as putting and poker so PLEASE support these activities.
       

Directions:

Coming Soon

I played my first round of golf 26 years ago today :-)  That is why the Disaster is on V-Day weekend every year.

I’m looking forward to a fun weekend, we have many surprises for you!!!

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