Crossover Disc Golf is going to be hosting a "Tossing for Toys" Fall 2020 double elimination bracket challenge. The goal of this event is 2 things.....The first is to raise money for a Christmas toy donation to the elementary school where I teach, and the second is to have fun doing it. If you are signing up to win big money, you will be sadly disappointed. The goal is to raise at least $500 by mid-December.

To be eligible you must live in SE Indiana, SW Ohio, or NKY. The goal is to get 8 people signed up (I'll increase if there is interest) in a geographical region of North, East, South, or West. The cost is $20 per player ($10 goes right to the charity and $10 to the payout). The top 25% of each bracket will receive a payout.

For this tournament, there will be a PRO and an AM division in each region. You know what you are and where you should be. Each match played will be at least 18 holes (based on the course). If tied after 18, they play until there is a winner. The 2 opponents must agree on a course to play that is a fair distance for both players. If a week has passed and an opponent match has not been reached, the player who couldn't play will forfeit their match. The top 2 from each region will advance to the Super Draw Championship at Cedar Grove Disc Golf Course. It will be a single elimination format that would look something like this: #1 North vs #2 South, #1 East vs #2 West, #1 South vs #2 North, and #1 West vs #2 East for the first rounds.

The random assigned brackets will be posted 10/15 at 9p. Please send your $20 to either PayPal: joshterwilleger@yahoo.com or Venmo: @Josh-Terwilleger
If you do not have either of these payment options, please make arrangements with Josh Terwilleger (513-225-6022....please text). If your money hasn't been received by 10/15, you will be removed from the drawing.

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* 1. What is your first and last name? 

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* 2. Are you an AM or PRO?

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* 3. Which Region are you located in? Approximate locations in parenthesis. 

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