AMS - start at Loriella park, play one round (short tees to short baskets). Second round at Pratt Park, tee time TBD. "If" a pro (as defined by PDGA / accepted cash at a PDGA event) teams with an amateur player, that pro player's rating must be below 930 (meaning 929 or lower) and the other player must be a true amateur player. This team must also play MA1 regardless of the amateur player's skill level.
PROS - start at Pratt Park, play one round. Second round at Loriella park. If time and weather permits, Loriella round will be from long tees, however decision may not be made until after first round is completed.
This is a fund raising event for Spotsy Disc Golf Club, $10 from each team entry fee will go to Spotsy Disc Golf Club in support of the Loriella Challenge.
The USWDGC will be held in Spotsylvania, Virginia. In yet another very competitive bid process for 2019, a fantastic proposal was presented by the Spotsy Disc Golf Club.
Spotsylvania is the host to one of the largest Women’s disc golf scenes in the World. The proposed TD for the 2019 event is Jeff Shattuck, with vast support from a stable of well-experienced TDs and organizers, including Bob Cannon (VA State Coordinator) and John Biscoe, the local Spotsy club, and also the Spotsylvania Tourism Department. The proposed courses to be used in the event are private tracks at Cannon Ridge and Hawk Hollow, as well as the well-manicured Loriella Park. These courses provide myriad challenges, and are very highly rated by recreational players, as well as those with the competitive fire, and everyone in between. The proposed Host team has already begun installing new turf tee pads at each course, while also developing an extensive event schedule, chock full of fun and engaging side events for all competitors of the 2019 USWDGC.