4th Annual North Carolina Super Classic
Where: Barnet Park, Kinston, NC
What: PDGA-sanctioned XC-tier event, 2 rounds
When: Saturday, November 10, 2012, sign-in starts at 8:30am
Player Meeting: 9:30am (mandatory attendance)
First Round Tee Time: 10:00am
Cost: $15 Am divisions; $25 Open divisions
(No $10 fee for non-PDGA members!)
Player Pack includes a voucher for the club store after the event, or your choice of a Super Class disc while supplies last before the event. (Yes. We have some SuperClassic hot-stamp Zephyrs, some regular Zephyrs, and few other big lids.) And we have the awesome NCSC minis, too.
This event will be open to the first 72 players who register, so plan to get on the list early. The event gets bigger and better every year.
Mark your calendar and make plans to play North Carolina's biggest and oldest PDGA-sanctioned SuperClass event. This will be a fun day in the woods with superclass discs and your buddies.
Sign-in starts at
9:00am 8:30am. We'll have a player meeting at 9:30am, and we'll start the first round immediately following the meeting. (Yes, you'll have time to walk to your starting tee.) We'll have an hour for lunch from the time the last card of the first round is turned in. Then it's round two. Awards will follow the second round.
This year, we're changing the format just a little. We're playing one round from the short tees and one from the long tees, just to keep things interesting. The morning round will be longs. The afternoon will be shorts. The morning round will not use the orange baskets. We will play hole #2 from the red tees both rounds, in the interest of maintaining play and sanity.
If you're new to SuperClass disc golf, think Zephyrs, Pulsars, UltraStars (yep, Ultimate discs). SuperClass discs are larger than regular disc golf discs and can weigh up to 200g. The list of all PDGA-approved discs and more info on SuperClass is available here. And still more info in the PDGA SuperClass FAQ.
We will have some SuperClass discs available for purchase before the event. Last year, the Zephyr was the most popular disc on the course, but we saw some great shots with all kinds of big discs.
If you're an Ultimate player and would like to try throwing disc golf in the woods, here's your chance.
PDGA players please note that this event will not effect your regular rating. You will have a separate Super Class rating. To see the 2009 year end ratings, click here...