Sunday, October 7
Entry Deadline: September 24
2200 S Holly Ave
Check in: 2:00 pm
Event begins: 3:00 pm
Open Doubles and Non-ambulatory open doubles
Non-ambulatory means the participant is in a wheelchair or NOT able to walk well.
- Bags will be provided.
- For Women 85+, the boards shall be measured to be 15' apart (front of board to front of board).
- For Men 70+ and Women 50-84, the boards shall be measured to be 20' apart (front of board to front of board).
- For Men 50-69, the boards shall be measured to be 24' apart (front of board to front of board).
- Matches will be best 2 out of 3 games.
- . Each game is divided into a maximum of 7 frames OR first person to score 21 points, whichever comes first. If the score is tied after 7 frames, one additional frame will be played to determine game winner.
- The choice of throwing side, choice of who throws first and choice of bag will be determined by a single coin toss and is considered Player A. Player B obtains side choice, choice of who throws first and choice of bag. at the start of the second game. If the match goes to a third game, throwing side choice, choice of who throws first and choice of bag, will be determined by another single coin flip. The person who wins the round will have honors, and throw in the subsequent round. Scoring 1 point per bag on board 3 points per bag in hole Note: Bag cancellation method will apply. Example: If both players have 1 bag each in the hole, zero points are awarded for those 2 bags. If one player has 1 bag in the hole and the other individual has 1 bag on the board, 2 point will be awarded to the player with the bag in the hole. A bag that comes into contact with the ground before the board is not a legal throw and will be removed from play and point consideration. A bag that is touching the ground while also sitting on the board will also be removed from play and point consideration. A bag must completely clear the hole to be in the hole. A bag hanging partially in the hole is a bag on board, not in the hole.
1. Thrower stepping over the plane of the front of the board extended.
2. Thrower throwing out of turn. 3. When alternating turns, a player tosses his/her bag before the previously thrown bag comes to rest on the board.
Penalty for Fouls
One Foul: Warning and opponent chooses to have a re-throw or not.
Fouls after warning: Loss of turn, bag is removed from round
This is NOT a National Senior Games qualifying event.