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The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:41 pm
by Nige
PDGA Europe, BDGA and Fanmore DiscGolf Present EuroTour 2017 #2
The 25th Isle of Mull Classic
15th and 16th April 2017

Fanmore, Isle of Mull, PA73 6LX, Scotland.
Tournament Director Charlie Mead
Sponsored by Disc Zoo


2017 sees the 25th Isle of Mull Disc Golf Championships which has also been chosen to be part of the PDGA Europe 2017 Euro Tour. We look forward to welcoming back many of those who have graced this event since its inception and those who have never visited before.

The event will offer all 8 divisions outlined on the PDGA Europe Tour website (https://www.pdgaeuroprotour.com/eurotour/) as well as the trophy based divisions traditionally held on Mull. Side by side with the best players in Europe will be the Mull Classic Divisional Championships for GB residents – including our commitment to developing children’s and adult recreational disc golf.

The full invitation and event details can be found on the web site : http://mulldiscgolf.org.uk

Register for the EuroTour event through the PDGA Europe site:
https://www.pdgaeuroprotour.com/isle-of ... istration/

NON-Euro Tour Divisions and GB resident registration.

If you are not in any of these divisions (MPO, FPO, MPM, MPG, MPS, MA1, FA1, MJ1) and want to guarantee a place at Mull 2017 then please send your details to Charlie Mead - charlie.mead01@gmail.com - or leave a reply in this thread.

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Sun Jan 08, 2017 1:22 pm
by Charlie Mead
Registration for Mull is now open - Go to Pdga europe website for details - see links below

Also the Divisions for Euro Tour are not MPO, FPO, MPM, FPM, MPG, MPS, MA1, FA1 as previously stated but MPO, FPO, MPM, MPG, MPS, MA1, FA1 and MJ1.

There are a number of admin steps to go through for registration including registering with Skoorin. Please let us know if you have any difficulty.


registration:
https://www.pdgaeuroprotour.com/isle-of ... istration/

registered players:
https://www.pdgaeuroprotour.com/isle-of ... d-players/

basic info:
https://www.pdgaeuroprotour.com/isle-of ... f-classic/

Please share this info far and wide!!

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Sun Jan 08, 2017 9:56 pm
by jonny
Evening! Sorry I don't understand the new membership arrangements. I have paid up £10 and £5 for BDGA membership for me and Ned respectively. Do I now also need to renew PDGA membership in order to compete at Mull? Thanks

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:39 am
by LostMeow
Hi Jonny,

BDGA and PDGA membership are now completely separate.

As Mull is a B-tier PDGA tournament you also need PDGA membership to register. (Although I'm guessing if you enter the 'parallel' non-EuroTour event, then you won't need PDGA membership)

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 4:18 pm
by Jester
Hi Nige. Can you outline what the differences will be between the 'parallel' event and the EuroTour event? Just trying to work out the value of the greater fee in entering the latter. Thanks

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:52 am
by Scuttler
Jester wrote:Hi Nige. Can you outline what the differences will be between the 'parallel' event and the EuroTour event? Just trying to work out the value of the greater fee in entering the latter. Thanks
Good point. Will the EuroTour divisions also be available in the BDGA event? Or is there no overlap?

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2017 7:13 pm
by SueU
Please could I check the entry fee for the Mull event? I wasn't 100% sure from the invitatation
Thanks

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2017 10:33 pm
by Mark.A.D
Players fees: MPO/FPO/MPM/MPG/MPS: £65,- *
MJ1: £20,- *
MA1/FA1: £35,- *
* = +£5,- PayPal fees when paying via PayPal

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 10:24 am
by Jester
I can't seem to find that info anywhere, Mark. Where have you come by it please?

Also those look like the fees for the Eurotour event. I'd like to know the fee for the regular Mull event if someone can direct me please?

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 1:10 pm
by Mark.A.D
http://mulldiscgolf.org.uk/index.php/invitation

I guess the separate event info is mentioned below:

Should you belong to a division that is not part of the Euro Tour –FPM, MA2, FA2,MA3,FA3, MJ2, FJ1, FJ2, MJ3, FJ3, for example – your place will still be guaranteed in that division and you will compete with others in that division for the Mull Classic Trophies and prizes.

All players of all divisions will compete within the Euro Tour format and PDGA Rules of Competition, but only those in the 8 approved divisions will be eligible for Euro Tour points and awards.

If you are not included in the Euro Tour Registration process contact us by January 1st 2017 with the following details:

Lunch – Sat and Sun (yes or No)
Camping – How many nights
BDGA membership number
PDGA membership number
Full name
Nationality
Division: MPO, FPO, MPM, MPG, MPS, MA1, FA1, MJ1

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 1:42 pm
by Jester
Thanks for the help, Mark.

Nige - how much does it cost to play please in the 'normal' mull event, not the EuroTour? Can you direct us to a location that makes this clear? Thanks.

Re: The 25th Isle of Mull Classic, EuroTour #2, 15/16 April 2017

Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 6:24 pm
by burt
Jester, its right at the bottom of the invite, but not sure it is that clear.... it starts by saying "If you are not in any of these divisions (MPO, FPO, MPM, MPG, MPS, MA1, FA1, MJ1) "
but what if we are....
As I read it it will cost £35 + £7 per day for lunch, then £5!! if you want in on the Ace pot.

out of interest is this the same ace pot regardless of Euro/BDGA entry?

And do we still need to register through the PDGA Euro form or is there another for BDGA entry?