BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

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BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by ChrisOBrien » Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:52 pm

The Burnlaw Snowbow is 26th and 27th March. Invite not up yet, but put it in your diary if you haven't already! :D
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Scuttler » Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:59 pm

Fred Risbee wrote:put it in your diary if you haven't already! :D
I already have. :D

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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by ChrisOBrien » Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:37 pm

Vic and I took 4 newbies out on Saturday. They're hooked, and have excellent potential to shake things up in the Int Ams - they considering coming to the Snowbow, at least for the Saturday. Vic floated in a 30m uphill meteor over the trees on the new hole 9 called 'the magic tree' for a sweet deuce :lol: the crowd went wild! he shot a tidy 60. So he's looking on form for the Advanced Am, if only he wasn't doing his Kayaking 5 star the Snowbow weekend :-( so who's gonna me the movers and shakers in the Adv Am on the burnlaw hills this time? And the Open players... it's fair to say you gotta card in the forties everytime to give Del something to think about. So come on Luton, GO GET HIM!!! :P
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by rhatton1 » Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:15 pm

I'm there this year!! Get in. First Snowbow for me.

Any course changes this year?
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Jester » Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:15 am

rhatton1 wrote:I'm there this year!! Get in. First Snowbow for me.

Any course changes this year?
Hopefully! That new hole in The Plantation needed stuff removing to create a playable fairway.
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by rhatton1 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:15 am

Invite for Burnlaw Snowbow:

British Disc Golf Association
E-mail: Info@BDGA.org.uk Website: www.BDGA.org.uk
Burnlaw Disc Golf Club is proud to present
Spring Snow Bow - 2011
26th/27th March 2011, Burnlaw, Whitfield, Hexham
Tournament Director – Garry Villiers-Stuart
Format
 2x18 holes Saturday and 1x18 holes Sunday for all players, top 5 final for Open, Advance Amateur and Intermediate Amateur divisions
Tournament Fee
The cost shown is for the complete two-day event.
 Adult £18.00 (cumulative £5.00 reductions for BDGA Touring members)
 £8 Student, unwaged or Junior BDGA members
 £10 Student, unwaged or Junior non BDGA members
Juniors are 16 and under on 1 January 11
Schedule
Saturday 26thMarch
Sunday 27th March
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, contribution to the tournament (style music or other arbitrary category!) 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.
Sat night: All participants are invited to the Sowbow Red Hot Curry Evening. Curry, music, and fun. ( in the beautiful room) Cost for meal: 11 pounds per head: Advance booking essential.
Accommodation
A number of different accommodation options are available but book early to avoid disappointment.
Small number of normal beds £12pppn
Bunk Bed £10pppn
Mattress on the floor £4.00 (pppn)
Floor space £2.00 (pppn)
Camping £2.00 (pppn)
Register now
If you would like to play in the Spring Snow Bow, please pre-register as soon as possible. Please provide the following details via e-mail or phone to Garry Villiers-Stuart (contact details below). Details required for registration are:
 BDGA membership number (does not apply to non-members)
 PDGA membership number (does not apply to non-members)
 Full name
 Nationality
 Division (Open/Adv Am/Int Am)
 Classification (Junior Junior, Junior, Women, Master, Grand Master)
Once registered, if your circumstance change and you cannot come (even at the last minute) please call to let us know.
Contact details
Garry Villiers-Stuart
Burnlaw
Whitfield, Hexham
Northumberland
NE47 8HF
Phone 01434 345 359
Email gvs38@hotmail.com
Invitation: National Tour 3
British Disc Golf Association
E-mail: Info@BDGA.org.uk Website: www.BDGA.org.uk
Location.
Enter the postcode NE47 8HF into www.streetmap.co.uk to see the above. See detail below for more details (area red rectangle above).
Enter the postcode NE47 8HF into www.multimap.co.uk and zoom out once to see the above map
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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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by LostMeow » Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:23 am

Email sent!
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by rhatton1 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:33 am

Hopefully should be about 12 from QP up there looking at the responses I've just had.

Should be a buzzing burnlaw.
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Post by TheGroover » Tue Feb 22, 2011 2:55 pm

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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Jester » Tue Feb 22, 2011 2:57 pm

And me. :)
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Scuttler » Tue Feb 22, 2011 3:37 pm

Should be two from Edinburgh. :D

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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Jester » Tue Feb 22, 2011 5:32 pm

Scuttler wrote:Should be two from Edinburgh. :D

'Holiday' for the missus, is it fella? :)
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Post by Mark.A.D » Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:51 pm

Email sent
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by rhatton1 » Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:12 am

Early indications from QP way are looking like:
Me,
Sue
Ivan
Gary
Sian
Martin
Dark Mavis
Del
Tweedy (on his first away tour event)
Dunc Hartshorne (from his new base up north)
James Luton

Should be good.
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Scuttler » Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:14 am

Jester wrote:
Scuttler wrote:Should be two from Edinburgh. :D
'Holiday' for the missus, is it fella? :)
Ha, you know Emma better than that.

Chris Gill, who I'm pretty sure you met at Mull last year, is in for Quarry Park and Burnlaw.

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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Mark.A.D » Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:58 am

Let's hope Luton brings another one of his hats :D
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by james » Wed Feb 23, 2011 12:35 pm

Mark.A.D wrote:Let's hope Luton brings another one of his hats :D
I will!
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Scuttler » Wed Feb 23, 2011 1:03 pm

james wrote:
Mark.A.D wrote:Let's hope Luton brings another one of his hats :D
I will!
Meat, cheese or fish counter?

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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by Jester » Wed Feb 23, 2011 1:17 pm

Scuttler wrote:
james wrote:
Mark.A.D wrote:Let's hope Luton brings another one of his hats :D
I will!
Meat, cheese or fish counter?
Burger flipper. :wink:
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Re: BDGA Tour 3 - Burnlaw Snowbow 2011

Post by james » Wed Feb 23, 2011 1:46 pm

this time i'll be going slightly more 'down with the kids'.
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