The GMPS season starts this Saturday, April 26th at Pinnacle DGC in Newport, NH. If you’re not registered yet, don’t worry! There are still some spots available, but go ahead and pre-register ASAP! The deadline for pre-registration is midnight on Thursday, April 24th, and there is a $5 fee for day-of registration. The first event of the year is also a great time to get your 2014 GMDGC membership, or if you’ve already purchased it online, you can grab your membership package including your freshly stamped disc!
THE FIRST THREE
Pinnacle isn’t the only fun lined up in the near future though! Already pre-registration is open for the first three GMDGC events. Go ahead and register now! Simply click on the title links to get signed up! Here’s the info:
In what is becoming the traditional starting event of the GMPS, Bealieu’s baby offers a tough grinding challenge for all golfers to kick off the year. Pinnacle is a unique and exciting course to play with tons of shots you just look forward to throwing! An early season grudge match between VT & NH, this tourney brings out the best in golfers early on in our season. Can’t miss this one!
The second year for Sunapee and everyone is looking forward to playing this course again. After a fun year one, people will know what to expect, even if the course isn’t open to practice before the tourney. Stay tuned for more information on practice rounds…Lift serve disc golf, what more can you ask for. NEFA sanctioned this season, so we may see some new faces. Don’t wait, reg now!
Come to the BRO braugh! The folks at Brewster go all out for events, and this year they are again raffling off GRIP bags, giving away free discs, and lining up a fun awards ceremony and after party at the local Brewster River Pub & Brewery! A course designed to work for all ages and ability levels, Brewster features 4 tees on each hole, beginner through pro. With $500 added cash and 3 trips to the Vibram Open on the line, this event should be a blast. It’s already over 1/2 full though, so if you want in, get in!
2014 GMPS Rules Changes:
If you haven’t noticed, there are 11, not 12 GMPS events this year. It is how the cookie crumbled. However, let’s clarify the guidelines for the series this season since there are a few changes:
- Top 6 scores count – This is the same as last season. It’s a series for a reason. To win a division, you must show that you can score well in multiple events. This year we have 11 events, but 12 chances to score thanks to the fact that…
- Finals is Double Points – In an effort to bring more importance to our State Championship as well as increase participants chance to score, Finals will be a return to x2 points!
Any questions? Comments? Let us know!