Weekly Random Draw Doubles - 2010

Kinston's weekly random draw doubles are held every Tuesday, with sign-in from 5:30-5:45pm and tee-time at 6:00m, unless otherwise noted here. If you are on the way here and will be a few minutes late, please call to let us know you're on the way. The field will be closed when we finish drawing partners.

General format is 1 round, from the shorts. This may change on occasion to keep things interesting. There is no OB, unless otherwise noted at the player meeting. No 2-meter rule. Just play from directly under the disc.

Earnings from the doubles go to the club for funding more structured events, like the King's Cup in May. The Ace pool rolls over if no one makes an ace.

In cases of ties for first place, we will play off sudden death starting on hole #1, from the long tees. If we reach hole #3 still tied, closest drive to the pin decides the tie.

2008 Low Score - 40, Mike Norris/Fred Ingram, April 29th; Max Crotts/Scotty Faison, June 24th (Double Putter Doubles); Mike Norris (cali) June 17th.
2009 Low Score to date - 38 Fred Jarrett and Kevin Gaskins, August 18th, 2009.
2010 Low Score - 39 Austin Sult/Ethan Bowen, Aug. 31, 2010

Kinston Tuesday Doubles 2010 - Awards and Prizes

Standing Player Points Rounds Aces Prize
1 Joey Hughes 256 20 Trophy & Star Disc
2 Joel Smith 242 22 Trophy & Star Disc
3 Austin Sult 238 16 Trophy & Star Disc
4 Jordan Overton 189 17 Champion Disc
5 Garrett Hill 168 15 Champion Disc
5 Spencer Hill 168 16 Champion Disc
7 Ethan Bowen 161 17 Pro/Glo Disc
8 Mike "Waffle " Wathen 148 13 Pro/Glo Disc
9 Taylor Holmes 124 15 Pro/Glo Disc
10 Jeff Stroud 112 11 DX Disc
11 Nikole Sutton 95 11 DX Disc
12 Craig Adams 87 10 1 DX Disc

9/14/2010 - Final Doubles and Awards

Dollar-Doubles Finale on Tuesday 9/14, Short Round of 11 Selected Holes, Awards, Prizes, Bag-o-Coins and Group CTPs! One dollar entry fee, optional $1 Ace Pool. Club matches the dollar per player for normal pay-out. Don't miss this final Tuesday doubles for 2010.

Because it's getting dark earlier, we'll play a special 11-hole layout for this final round, chosen for it's high ace potential. The ace pool is over $150 and it would be a shame to see it gather dust over the winter.