I'm going to be up in the Colorado Springs area in about a month. Any recommendations on courses I should hit when I'm up there?
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Due to the rapid increase in registration, we are going to split the courses to allow more players. There will now be 2 pools with one pool playing one course while the other pool plays the other course and then switches for the second round ... if you are planning on playing please pre register still to make for a smoother check in process on the day of the event.
I will not have the complete CC set up until the week before. Most holes will be set in the CC placements, but not at all. Some holes have the red practice pin in the CC placment and the flags are longer for a longer option. I am sure CC players can handle that since PDGA players only expect the course set the week before NT or A tier events.
It's seems to be a trend to play as slow a round as possible in tournaments. Pick up the pace folks. It has far less to do with pre-throw routine than it does with so many people walking the course like they are helping their 105 year old grandma around. This isn't casual rounds people. Slow play, which includes moving from shot to shot and green to tee, is a violation of the rules. Refer to the competition manual, which you got in your PDGA packet.: