Bag Tag Challenge Season 2
Season 2 is migrating to a more wide open challenge format encouraging a more social series of challenges and an opportunity for a dynamic exchange of tags. Rules have been simplified. Please read on below, and have fun!
All challenges must be accepted, i.e., if a group meets up at Valley for a casual round and a bag tag holder makes a challenge, that challenge must be accepted.
The higher numbered Bag Tag (challenger) challenges a lower numbered Bag Tag (challengee).
The challenged player (lower numbered tag) picks the course, tees and format. Format choices include: stroke play or match play. PDGA rules apply. If the challenger wins the round, the tags are exchanged.
The challenge should be completed using normal method of play. Examples of abnormal methods of play would be a one disc round, requirement to throw with a certain hand or method (forehand, backhand, etc), glow round, etc. If both parties agree, an abnormal method of play could be used in a challenge.
Back-to-back challenge rounds against are not encouraged but could be accepted if the parties agree.
Multiple people at the same course at the same time can have a group challenge.
Challenges at a BCDC monthly will be MANDATORY. Members willing to put up their numbers will have the numbers redistributed at the end of the monthly tournament according to aggregate score.
Incomplete round: If a player does not complete a bag tag challenge round, the exiting player should trade tags with the player with the highest tag number. If play is stopped by all players before the round is complete, no tags are exchanged. This could be due to hazardous weather, physical emergency or mutual agreement.
When a tag is lost, you must make a new one from a mini and deal with the shame that reigns down upon you. You must also give the bag tag administrator $10 for the replacemtn tag you made.
The winner of the challenge is responsible for reporting the results of the challenge to the BCDC bag tag page at www.discgolfscene.com
Players wishing to get information as to who holds each tag may check at that site.
Everyone is on their honor to conduct themselves according to the rules and within the spirit of competition. Have fun. It’s only a tag. The purpose of the Bag Tag Challenge is to encourage friendly competition among the Bull City Disc Club.
Each player must have their Bag Tag at all times when playing.
Bag Tags must be plainly visible and cannot be hidden.
Challenges are to be made by choosing times and courses that are reasonable.
Friendly side wagers of any kind can be made at the discretion of the participants, but are NOT required.
Bag Tag Tournament Format October 6th starting at 9.30am
The bag tag challenge tournament will be held on Sunday, October 6th starting at 9.30am. The top 16 seeds and play out a bracket style challenge that would entail MATCH PLAY for the first two 18-hole rounds in two person groups (tag 1 vs 16, 2 vs 15, etc), and the a final four pairing a 9 hole playoff of STROKE PLAY (playing Valley Springs holes 14-22). Tags 1-4 would play in one group to determine the ultimate winner and tags 5-8 would play a second group to determine those payout places.
Payout of the $175 would be distributed among the top 8 places of the 25 tags. You win your first match to make it into the top 8 and you get paid out. Boom. The remaining $50 will be distributed according to $5 CTPs (5) and an ace pool ($25).
1st round 9.30am at Cornwallis match play…
Match 1: 1 vs 16
Match 2: 2 vs 15
Match 3: 3 vs 14
Match 4: 4 vs 13
Match 5: 5 vs 12
Match 6: 6 vs 11
Match 7: 7 vs 10
Match 8: 8 vs 9
2nd round Valley Springs Whites 1-18 match play
winner of 1 plays winner of 8
winner of 2 plays winner of 7
winner of 3 plays winner of 6
winner of 4 plays winner of 5
3rd round 9 hole playoff Valley Springs 14-22 stroke play
Final placement 1-8 leads to:
Payout: $175 total ($50 in CTP awards and ace pool)