Due to land access the course will only be available to play over the Hyzlander weekend (24th-26th January 2020), and is NOT available for any practice before these dates. Anyone found to be accessing the course outside of specified dates may put the tournament in jeopardy for this year or in future, and as such may face removal from the tournament and loss of any entry fees.
We are back at Waiora Scout Camp again for Dunedin’s third installment of the Hyzlander. We believe the camp provides some of the best variety of holes you’ll find in NZ from long open to tight tree lined holes, elevation changes and more. As with previous years there will be accommodation available on site which will mean you can practice as long as you have the energy, or enough light.
We will have some sponsor updates coming imminently
Advanced (ma1, fa1)
Master (ma40, fa40)
Grandmaster (ma50, fa50)
Senior Grandmaster (ma60, fa60)
Mens & Womens in each dependant on minimum numbers required for each division
Pro Open (Men & Women) – $100
Advanced & Am – $90
Junior – $60
2020 Hyzlander course map can be found below.
The Scout Camp has facilities to sleep plenty of people (just under 80) in comfortable accommodation through a number of huts. These will be first come first served, so get in early to be sure of on site accommodation. Also please let us know in your registration if you know who you would like to share a cabin with, as this will be your opportunity to choose otherwise it will be random. There are 4 people to each room.
Accommodation will be available Thurs Friday and Saturday nights. You will, however, need your own bedding/sleeping bags. On site accommodation available will be limited, so being quick if you want to ensure you get a spot. If you want to bring Family down and stay let us know when you put your entry in so we can confirm this. We will do a family rate for accommodation, as we know it can be expensive getting the whole family away.
Accommodation fee: 2 nights $80/3 nights $105
There will unfortunately be no camping or caravan sites available for this event.
This year at Hyzlander we are sticking with the format from our last event, and will be using tee times for this event rather than the NZ standard of shotgun starts. We are hopeful that this will again allow everyone to not only get a solid amount of disc golf in over the weekend but will also allow you to watch and support some of you friends and family that may be playing.
This year we have changed the course to give us a full 27 hole layout (which will be released soon. The tournament will comprise 2 Rounds, 1 per day,and as mentioned above we will be using tee times for the event as opposed to the shotgun starts we are all used to.
So the Schedule will be as follows:
(schedule is subject to change if it is required)
Thursday 23rd January
6:00pm – Accommodation available for those competitors staying on Thursday night
Note: Course is NOT available for practice on Thursday
Friday 24th January
10:00am – Course will available for practice
Evening events TBC
10:00pm – Groups/Starting holes published
Saturday 25th January
7:00am – Round 1 begins Depending on numbers, the earlier tee time may or may not be used
Sunday 26th January
7:00am – Round 2 (seeded by division)
4:30pm – Prizegiving (May be moved forward if possible so everyone can get on the road asap)
Any Questions or comments please get in touch
Tom MacKay, Max Evans, Akira Kuroe
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