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Fall of 2018:

Brengle Park Terrace Sunday Doubles – 9:00am start, $5 entry, A/B random draw

Kit Carson Park Saturday Doubles  –  8:30am start, $5 entry, A/B random draw, Ace Pot. Meet at practice basket

Mission Bay Doubles: FALL/WINTER 2018 TBA

TIME CHANGE 11/03/18: DOUBLES WILL RESUME IN THE SPRING

Kit Carson Park Tuesday Doubles – [begins after time change] Check-in 5pm, $5 entry, random A/B draw for partners.  Meet at basket 15.

Montiel Park Monday Doubles –  [begins after time change] Check-in 5pm, $5 entry, random A/B draw for partners.

Sycuan Thursday Doubles – [begins after time change] Check-in at 5:00pm, must pay for play band.

Morley Field Doubles – [begins after time change] Wednesday nights Pros (invite only, check in at 5pm), Friday night all-comers )check in 4:45pm.

Morley Monthly –  Tournaments held nearly all months, usually (but not always) on the 3rd Saturday of the month. Sign-ups only at the Morley Pro Shop. Best bet for details is to check MorleyField.com or the Morley Pro Shop.

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Future Events:

Aces Monthly  – Nov 25th, Goat Hill Park, Oceanside – 18 holes, 1 round, players meeting at 1:00pm Entry fees $20/$17/$15/$10/ (Pro/Adv/Int) Signups begin at 12:pm

The 2019 Daniel Boe Memorial (Steady Ed Tour) A-TIER Event.

 

 

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18 Comments leave one →
  1. Michael Workman permalink
    March 16, 2018 6:42 pm

    Hi all,
    I might have missed it but where are the rules posted for the doubles tournament events? Specifically interested in BT and Kit Carson.

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink*
      June 7, 2018 2:38 pm

      Hi Michael,
      We don’t have rules posted for doubles. In general, all of the doubles leagues in San Diego play “best shot doubles”, where both players throw and then choose the shot they want to use for their next lie. One exception is Morley Field, where on Fridays there are some quirky rules that come into play to keep highly-skilled players from dominating.

      You will see some differences from course to course as far as how teams are selected, Cali (“odd man out”) rules, ace pots and payout scales. We allow the volunteers who put in the time and effort to run doubles to have some freedom to use their own discretion to run the competition their way. Generally, I (Allen Risley) like to see teams chosen randomly after separating A and B-level players, Calis selected from the Bs and get two extra shots per hole and the Cali player only having a shot at the ace pot on their first throw. When I run doubles at KCP on Saturday morning, that’s what you get. And we pay out the top 30-40% of the teams.

  2. Reid Holland permalink
    February 18, 2018 2:00 pm

    Are the doubles nights beginner-friendly?

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink*
      June 7, 2018 2:41 pm

      Yes! Most (if not all) of our doubles leagues split players into A and B-level according to skill, then make up teams so that each team has an A and a B. Of course, there will be times when the skill level of the players that show up isn’t balanced, but that’s not often. Doubles presents one of the best ways for new players to meet other players and get a chance to watch a more experienced player up close – and an experienced player that has a stake in helping them out.

  3. kira Kennedy permalink
    January 18, 2017 3:24 pm

    These events have no dates on them! Can someone please advise?

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink*
      January 19, 2017 10:30 am

      The doubles events listed here are ongoing. The ones with early or midday hours (Brengle Terrace on Sunday mornings, KCP on Saturday mornings) go on all year. The events with 4pm to 6pm start times typically start on end with Daylight Savings time, so not until March or so. One exception is the KCP Saturday doubles, which will start up in March after Ice Bowl season is over. As we get closer to the time change we’ll post actual dates for the beginning of the series. Does that help?

  4. December 29, 2016 7:52 am

    Is anyone still running the doubles at Kit Carson on Sat mornings?

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink*
      January 6, 2017 11:46 am

      We typically suspend the KCP Saturday Doubles during Ice Bowl season (January/February), unless there is a player willing to step up and run things. Allen Risley will resume running KCP Saturday Doubles in March, but he (I) would like to have someone to cover on those weeks where we have a SoCal Series event. Thanks!

  5. Chris Schlatter "bubba" permalink
    October 21, 2015 7:26 pm

    Is there any Sunday doubles or any other events in the area. I’m staying in San Diego for a couple months working. I play pro masters from Seattle area. Ft. Steilacom is my home course. I only get Sunday’s off. I imagine weeklies are over. Any info would be helpful

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink*
      November 2, 2015 2:59 pm

      Hi Chris – Unfortunately there aren’t any organized doubles leagues running on Sundays right now. There has been talk of starting up a doubles league on Sunday afternoons at Goat Hill Park once the course reopens after renovation. If that happens we will announce it here.

  6. forego permalink
    August 25, 2015 12:37 pm

    Is the San Diego Open not happening this year?

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink
      September 17, 2015 10:00 am

      It is not happening.

  7. Cheeky permalink
    July 24, 2015 4:42 pm

    Is there any news on the Sun Valley Open for this year? I know there’s an issue with a T.D. but hear rumors about sept?

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink
      July 29, 2015 4:01 pm

      October 17/18. More details on the way soon.

  8. March 9, 2015 6:46 am

    Hi guys, you should add your site at local San Diego event directory.

  9. Edwin Rodriguez permalink
    March 25, 2012 11:59 pm

    Played goat hill yesterday on the 25th and I got to say that it was a very nice course. A little windy but that didn’t bother me much.played with aa friendly group from the aces club and looking forward to play more tournaments in the san diego area

  10. rod dossey permalink
    January 8, 2012 6:57 am

    Are there ever youth focused events planned?

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink
      January 9, 2012 11:40 am

      Great question. The club has run few youth-focussed events in the past, partly because there used to be a local group (YDGA) that focused on youth. We have run clinics in the past in Escondido, and several board members regularly give clinics/demonstrations to local schools and youth groups. Several events in 2011 raised funds for EDGE (Educational Disc Golf Experience), and that group will be providing local schools with disc golf equipment in the near future.

      All this being said, my opinion (A.Risley) is that we haven’t done enough. This should be a priority for 2012!

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