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Wembley Disc Golf Open presented by London Disc Golf Community Sponsored by Latitude 64°

UPDATE: Saturday 9th January 2021

I'm really sorry to announce that the Wembley Open will be postponed again.

 

With the new lockdown restrictions that came into effect on the 5th January 2021, this means the event will not be able to go ahead as planned for 6th February 2021.

This means the event will be postponed provisionally until further notice, we're hoping the event can go ahead on 8th May, but we'll have to see how the pandemic unfolds.

My number one priority is to ensure everyone's safety and well being during the event. 

I'll keep you posted and provide an update, I'll aim to send this before Easter Weekend (3-4th April) at the latest.

If you would like to request a refund, please get in touch, and I'll try my best to help you. Please note that there is a waiting list of people who want to play this event, so should you request a refund and then change your mind, you will be added to the back of the waiting list, no exceptions.  

Thank you for your patience and understanding, I really appreciate it. Stay safe out there and I look forward to seeing you all again soon.

 

 

UPDATE: Monday 2nd November 2020

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It is with great sadness I have to announce that due to the new government lockdown restrictions taking effect from 5th November 2020, the Wembley Disc Golf Open will be postponed until Saturday 6th February 2021.

The positives of postponing:

  1. More daylight, which means longer lunch break, roughly 35mins (details to be confirmed)

  2. Slightly colder temperature, which means the ground will be harder and better to tee off on.

  3. Less foot golfers

  4. Something exciting to look forward to

Thank you very much for your understanding. I really wish the event could go ahead as planned, however, I am really sorry and disappointed that this event is being postponed.

I wish you all the best, stay safe and I look forward to seeing you all in February. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.

Hole 3

Hole 3


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Tee times for round 1 & 2

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What is the Wembley Disc Golf Open?

One day PDGA Flex C-Tier with two rounds of 18 holes. Players can sign up and choose their own tee time and will play in the same group both rounds, to prevent crowding at the bar area and help comply with government guidelines.

How much does it cost to play?

£30 Entry Fee, Disc Golf Scene fee (£1) & PayPal Transaction Fee (2.9%) 

What is included in my fee?

Green fess for 2 rounds of 18 holes, PDGA rated, at Horsenden Hill Activity Centre (Elite Layout), PDGA Fees, Prizes. No Player Pack included.

Please note

A minimum of 3 players are required per division in order to qualify for prizes. Prizes will vary depending on the how many players sign up in each division. Divisions with more players, will receive more or larger prizes. 

When does my first and second round start?

Choose your own tee time for the first round when you register. First come first serve. Your second round will start approx 3 hours and 10 minutes after your first tee time.

What division do I choose?
  • FA3 Recreation Women: is for women only, beginners and intermediate women rated below 900. 

  • MA4 Novice: is for beginners, first time playing an event and players rated below 850. If you score under par at Horsenden Hill you should play MA3 or MPO

  • MA3 Recreation : is for intermediate players and rated between 850 and 900.

  • MPO Open: is for professionals and amateurs rated above 900.

I'm an amateur rated over 900 and don't want to become Pro, what do I do?

Anyone can play in the MPO division, you will maintain amateur status as long as you decline cash as a prize, alternative prizes will be priced in this situation.

Are MPO Players playing for Cash?

Yes, the exact amount will depend on how many players sign up in the MPO division.

What happens if we have 36 players or less?

The format will be changed from tee time to shotgun start. Round 1 start at 8.30am and round two start at 13.00am

Will there be live scoring?

We will be using PDGA Live Scoring, as the official scoring method.


Course map available on the UDisc App now

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Layout described: OB = Out of bounds. Please see full details here: PDGA OB Rules.

There is OB Everywhere!!! OB marked with white paint. All greens are inbounds except for hole 18.

  1. Tee moved back. Plays through a double Mando, if you miss there’s a drop zone at the regular tee, in between the trees marked. OB left an right.

  2. Playing to the second basket. Mando left of the big tree. OB left, right and long.

  3. New tee next to the footgolf tee. No mando. OB long near Hole 4.

  4. PLEASE USE A SPOTTER!!! Tee moved back. OB left, right and long.

  5. OB left, right and long.

  6. OB left, right and long.

  7. OB left and long.

  8. OB left, right and long.

  9. New tee moved back, OB left, left path is OB. Hole 5 is OB.

  10. New tee moved back and right next to white post. OB Right and long. Tee 11 is in bounds.

  11. Tee moved back. OB left, right and long. (Lost Disc Rule)

  12. OB left, right and long.

  13. OB left, right and long.

  14. Tee moved back. OB left, right and long.

  15. Tee moved back. OB left, right and long. The OB line stops on the right hand side and goes 90° to the right down the hill, making the rough by the basket inboards. See white line.

  16. Tee moved back. OB left, right and long.

  17. PLEASE USE A SPOTTER!!! New tee moved back. Mando right of the tree. OB Left.

  18. OB Left, right and green between the tee and basket, the path between the green and OB on the right is also OB. Second green top left is in bounds. OB Long.


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Any questions, let me know and they'll up updated here.