NoBo Friday Flex Starts
About this League:
$25.00 one-time player fee for this league
$5.00 ace pool entry
DISC GOLF SCENE LINK
This is a PDGA league that will be played at North Boundary Park Disc Golf Course in a flex start format over a 10-week period. The entry fee is a fixed fee for the entire session and payouts will be at the end of the session based on overall points standings. Players do not need to show up for every week to win the league.
Please note, as part of the registration process, we are collecting donations to help put in additional benches, drainage ditches, and retaining walls. Though not required, your support would be highly appreciated. Please kindly add a donation during your registration.
What does Flex Start Mean?
Flex start simply means that you can play your round at any time on the Friday session from the appropriate tees listed under the schedule. We will not be establishing tee times and setting up cards for this league. Players should arrange tee times with other players. With that said, I will be at the course between 4:30-5:30 for the league to support any stragglers that have been unable to secure card mates.
Week Date Session Tees
1 Friday, April 30, 2021 1 White
2 Friday, May 7, 2021 1 Blue
3 Friday, May 14, 2021 1 White
4 Friday, May 21, 2021 1 Blue
5 Friday, May 28, 2021 1 White
6 Friday, June 4, 2021 1 Blue
7 Friday, June 11, 2021 1 White
8 Friday, June 18, 2021 1 Blue
9 Friday, June 25, 2021 1 White
10 Friday, July 2, 2021 1 Blue
What are the requirements?
This is a PDGA league. Meaning, your round will be counted and rated in line with the rating system of the PDGA. Players must play in a group size of 3 players for the round to count. Failure to do so will disqualify the players round and any points accumulated. PLEASE MAKE SURE GROUP SIZE IS AT LEAST 3 PLAYERS MINIMUM.
How do I turn in my Scorecard to record my round?
We will utilize PDGA Live Scoring for scorecards and round recording. There will be no paper scorecards maintained. All groups should ensure one player utilizes the PDGA Live Scoring app for their official scorekeeping, and a second player record the same scores as a back up to double check scores e.g. using UDisc.
Each group must have 1 nominated player to keep track of scores through PDGA Live scoring on their phone. Use the below link and Access code to set up your scorecard.
PDGA Live Scoring Link - www.pdga.com/score
League Access Code: NoBo2021
Players will earn points during the league session to determine final league payouts.
• Each player will earn 2 points for each weekly League day they play within the session (max is 10 rounds x 2 points = 20 Points).
• Players will earn points for finishing within the top 4 within a division for the week regardless of the number of players within the division
o 1st Place – 10 points
o 2nd Place 7.5 Points
o 3rd Place – 5 Points
o 4th Place – 2.5 points
Where can I see my points standings for the year?
Points and league results will be kept on the DiscGolfScene league page. This page also contains a link to the PDGA league results
Divisions: We offer 3 divisions per gender. Please note, taking cash in MPO or FPO in a PDGA league does not count towards taking cash as a Pro. Meaning, you can still retain your amateur status, so no worries about playing up boys and girls!
MPO – Male Pro Open - Top Skill Level
FPO – Female Pro Open – Top Skill Level
MA1 – Advanced Men – A mix of talented players who are either long term baggers or people desiring to be pro in the near future.
FA1 – Advanced Women
MA2 – Intermediate Men – This is the lowest division we have to support newcomers and developing players
FA2 – Intermediate Women - This is the lowest division we have to support newcomers and developing players
Flat Fee - $25 for entire league session (each session is 10 weeks or $2.50 per round)
Players may opt to buy in for single weeks at a cost of $5.
Course Donation – Optional
How do I Register?
To register, simply PayPal email@example.com using Friends and family. In the comments section indicate:
• NoBo Flex Start League
• Player name:
• Signing up for Session or individual week
• Ace Pot: Yes or No
• Course Donation Amount
Ace Fund – Optional $5 for entire league session - Ace pot will be based on the entire 10-week league session. At the end of the 10-week session, the entire ace pot collected will be divided by the number of people with aces and handed out proportionately. If buying in for 1 week, $5 is still the buy in for the ace pot but you will be in for the session on the ace pot in case you decide to join again for another single week.
At the end of the year, if no aces are hit, the ace pot funds will be donated to the course.
Payouts: We will pay out the top 3 finishers in each division at the end of the league session. Total payout will be determined based on total collected fees per division.
PDGA Fee = $5
Township Fee (30%) = $6
League Payout = $14
If buying in for single week = $5 entry
PDGA Fee = $1
Township Fee (30%) = $1
League Payout = $3
Live Scoring Instructions: After the player keeping score has entered the access code and hit submit, they will need to search for their name. The player can search by typing in part of their name or PDGA Number. Once their name appears, they select it and confirm. This person is now the “scorekeeper”.
As tee times have been assigned, the players with matching times should also appear automatically. If not, players will need to be added manually by adding a player and following the search procedure in the first step. The scorekeeper will be prompted to select the appropriate division, round, and then check the names of the players on the specific card they will be following. Once players are selected, click Continue.
The scoring screen will load with the names of each player selected from the previous screen. The default starting hole is hole 1.
Scores for each player will be automatically defaulted to whatever the par is for the hole that is being scored. The scorekeeper can use the plus or minus buttons to add or remove strokes. When all players have the correct scores, clicking Save & Continue will upload the scores and the page will automatically reload on the hole that follows.
The teeing order is indicated by a number presented to the left of each player's name.
Important Notes for Scorekeepers
- To overwrite an incorrect score, simply change the score and click Save & Continue.
- Using the blue left and right arrow buttons allows players to move to a new hole quickly but does NOT update the scores.
- The menu on the page allows for users to see the course info, TD's name and contact info, check the live scores, switch players, and sign out.
- To hand off scoring duties, the player keeping score must sign out on their device and have the next player sign in on their own device.
- Each player must review, confirm and digitally sign-off on their scores at the end of the round by individually entering their name or PDGA number into the app.
View Hole Scoring: Any player in the event can view the Hole-By-Hole Scoring by going to the following link https://www.pdga.com/tour/event/51015
Click the "Hole-By-Hole Scoring" link from within the Event Info section.
Issues with Scoring: If any issues with scoring exists. Please use the paper scorecard provided.
Confirming Scores When Round is Finished
Once all players in the group has finished recording all the scores for the round, the app will switch to the card view and the group will be prompted to confirm their scores. This confirmation process acts as a type of "card submission" after the round. Players should be aware that this step is required once a round is completed.
The confirmation process works as follows.
- Click the player's name
- The player will need to type their last name or PDGA Number
- Review the total score and press “Confirm”
Once the scores are confirmed, players are no longer able to edit any scores for this round. If an incorrect score is submitted and requires correction after the player has confirmed and signed-off on it, a two-throw penalty will be assessed in accordance with rule 808 G.2.
Course Rules: Important: OB Lines on gravel Nature Trails are not marked with lines. A disc must come to rest entirely on the gravel to be considered OB. If the disc is resting at all on grass or off of the gravel Nature Trail, it shall be considered in Bounds. If it is unclear, under fairness of competition, benefit shall go to the player. If disputed, please take a picture of your lie to show to the Tournament Director.
Hole 1: OB on or over Nature Trail to right and left of fairway. Casual relief from Gully area after Gold tees and upon entering Basket area.
Hole 2: OB on or over Nature Trail to right. OB in Parking lot and on cement at the pavilion. OB on or over walking path deep of green. Casual relief from Gully area upon entering Basket. Roof of Pavilion is OB
Hole 3: Walking path up powerline is not considered OB
Hole 4: OB On or over Nature Trail deep of Basket.
Hole 5: On or over Nature Trail left and straight of fairway and Basket. Unlikely, but OB on or over sidewalk or road deep of basket.
Hole 6: Unlikely, but OB on or over sidewalk or road left of fairway. Casual relief from muddy area in 1st and 2nd gully only.
Hole 7: OB on or over Nature Trail to left of fairway
Hole 8: Mandatory - Must stay left of marked tree on right side of fairway after white tee box (cannot go up 17s fairway. If Mandatory is missed, 1 stroke penalty and player proceeds to White tee for next throw. OB on or over Nature Trail lining entire left side of fairway and past basket. Walking Path Meandering up left side of fairway is not OB.
Hole 9: OB on or over Nature Trail left of fairway and deep of basket. Casual relief from muddy ditch area deep right of basket.
Hole 10: No OB
Hole 11: OB on or over Nature Trail to right of fairway
Hole 12: No OB
Hole 13: OB on or over Nature Trail to right of fairway
Hole 14: OB on or over Nature Trail to right of fairway and basket. Casual relief from mud and water in gully left of fairway and across center of fairway.
Hole 15: OB on or over Nature Trail to right of fairway and basket.
Hole 16: OB on or over Nature Trail to right of basket. Walking path winding down center of Fairway is not OB. Mandatory - Must stay to the right of Mandatory tree on left side of fairway (No throwing down 15s fairway). If Mandatory is missed, players take a 1 stroke penalty and proceed to throw next shot from white tee. As provided by PDGA rules, at any point, players may elect to play from their previous lie with a 1 stroke penalty.
Hole 17: OB On or over Nature Trail deep of basket. Walking path winding down center of fairway is not OB.
Hole 18: OB on or over Nature Trail when approaching basket to the left. Casual relief from 1st Gully off of drive in muddy areas only. Casual relief from water and mud in 2nd Gully when approaching basket.
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