BDGA Tour #11 – Burnlaw Equinox

When:
September 20, 2013 – September 22, 2013 all-day
2013-09-20T23:00:00+00:00
2013-09-22T23:00:00+00:00
Where:
Burnlaw centre
Burnlaw
whitfield nr allendale, hexham, Northumberland
NE47 8HF
Contact:
Chris O\'Brien
07977216355
BDGA Tour #11 - Burnlaw Equinox @ Burnlaw centre | United Kingdom

Invitation: National Tour 11

 

 

 

Burnlaw Disc Golf Club is proud to present

The Autumn Equinox – 2013

The Battle for Bertha! Where will the mighty pig fly next?

21st/22nd September 2013, Burnlaw, Whitfield, Hexham, NE47 8HF

Tournament Director – Garry Villiers-Stuart BDGA#66 PDGA#8880

Format

  • 2x18 holes Saturday and 2x18 holes Sunday for all players
  • Finals according to final round groupings.

 

 

Tournament Fee

The cost shown is for the complete two-day event including lunch

  • Adult £27.00
    (cumulative £5.00 reductions for BDGA Touring members)
  • £12 Student, unwaged, Junior or Rookie BDGA members
  • £14 Student, unwaged, Junior or Rookie non BDGA members

Juniors are 16 and under on 1 January 10

 

Schedule

 

Saturday 21stSept Sunday 22nd Sept
09.30 Registration closes 09.30 Third Round followed by
10.00 Players Meeting Lunch
10.30 First round followed

by lunch

1.30 Finals (approx) followed by prize giving
14.30 Second round (approx.)  
   
Start Times are fixed Other Times approximate

Prizes shall be awarded to divisional winners. There will also be prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive, longest putt, an ace pool, Most improved player contribution to the tournament (style, music or any other arbitrary categories!) and Spirit of the Game.

 

Facilities

Beautiful views and all the things that make people feel good! Lunch is included both days in the tournament fee. The Burnlaw Big Breakfast is £6.00 per day and the Burnlaw Small Breakfast (uncooked) is £3 per day. Please help us by ordering in advance. There is plenty of shelter at Tournament HQ, a large kitchen, toilets and showers. The local pubs are 1 and 3 miles away. Saturday Evening Beautiful room: Re hot equinox curry cabaret, Delicious curries, conviviality, live music, creativity and the unexpected! £12 pp

 

 

 

Accommodation

A number of different accommodation options are available but book early to avoid disappointment.

 

Small number of normal beds £15pppn

Bunk Bed (with sheet & pillow) £12pppn

Mattress on the floor (with sheet & pillow) £8.00 pppn

Floor space £6.00 pppn

Camping £6.00 pppn

Register now

If you would like to play in the Autumn Equinox, please pre-register as soon as possible using form HERE.   

Once registered, if your circumstance change and you cannot come (even at the last minute) pleaselet us know. Gary (the TD) is away on travels again until the week of the tournament, so your main contact is Chris O’Brien.

 

Contact details

 

Assistant Tournament Director:

Chris O’Brien

T: 07977 216 355

E: chris@catchthespirit.co.uk

 

 

Tournament Director:

Garry Villiers-Stuart

Burnlaw

Whitfield, Hexham

Northumberland

NE47 8HF

 

T. 01434 345 359

E. gvs38@hotmail.com

 

Directions

Take the A686 from Haydon Bridge or Penrith to Whitfield. In Whitfield take the Allendale turn at the Elks Head Pub, up a steep winding hill. The Burnlaw lane is 1 mile on the left with a sign at the gateway.

 

Additional Information

Burnlaw is part of a 45 acre organic stock farm overlooking the West Allen Valley in the North Pennines. It is a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in what has been described as England's last wilderness. Burnlaw began its life as an Elizabethan fortified farm house. It was then farmed by a Quaker family for 300 years and used as a place for Quaker Sunday meetings. It continues as a place of peace and tranquility today.

 

Visitors are welcome to explore the farm and the various walks in the surrounding valleys. Burnlaw is within easy reach of the Lake District and Hadrian’s Wall, an ancient barrier built in AD 112 to mark the edge of the Roman Empire and separate it from the land of the Picts. Newcastle, Durham and the unspoilt Northumbrian coast are about an hours drive away.

 

 

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