2016 Competitive League Finale

Sadly all good things come to an end, 2016’s Competitive League is no exception. With the finale tournament scheduled for September 10, 2016 it’s time to get reacquainted with the format as well as find out when you should be there to compete!

The format is rather simple really. It’s a combination of your 10 best rounds of the year multiplied by 2 and added to the results of your 2 rounds of the competitive finale tournament. For example, if your 10 best average is 56 and you get 56 in both rounds of the tournament you’ll end up with a final score of 224 ((56 * 2) + 56 + 56).

What’s a little more confusing is the payout structure. To receive 100% of your payout you must have a 50% attendance, if you do not, you’ll receive a prorated amount. If you were only able to attend 25% (50% of the needed 50%) of the Thursdays you’ll get 50% of your payout. For example, if you made it to 35% of the nights and finished second with a total payout of $200, you’ll get an envelope stuffed with $140 (70% of 100%).

Schedule

Saturday, September 10
8:30 AM Registration
9:15AM Round 1
12:30 PM Round 2
3:30 PM Payout!

With so many close battles in most teirs and a generous payout structure that pays out the top 50% there is no reason that you don’t come out.

Even if you’re not completely in the fight and throw into the pond on 12 will get you right back into it. Anything can happen, and usually does.

If there are any questions or concerns, please talk to either Brendan or Shayne at one of the last 2 league nights remaining and they’ll sort it out as best they can.

6 replies
  1. Steven
    Steven says:

    Quick question. Moving to Edmonton from a small town with a stellar course, interested in playing, but I see this is looking fairly specific to current members. Just wanted to make sure I wasn’t missing out if I didn’t need to 🙂

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  2. James B.
    James B. says:

    Dumb question, and this is probably more of a next-year thing and possibly answered elsewhere: is there an minimum age for joining EDGA? I have a 14 year old that may be interested.

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