29th Annual Okie Doubles

This page is your PLAYERS MEETING for the 29th Annual Okie Doubles.

Please read over your rules sheet on every hole and if there is ANY question, PLAY A PROVISIONAL.



Click/Tap for the Schedule
Click/Tap for Out-of-Bounds and Mandatories

Please remember... ***There are no community water jugs on the course due to Covid-19 safety protocols. Please prepare accordingly!! Although this is a sanctioned event, beer IS ALLOWED as long as it is in cans and disposed of properly according to Oklahoma City ordinances.

As always, any reports of littering will be met with an automatic disqualification. Please leave the courses in better shape than you've found them.

COVID-19 Best Practices, Policies, etc.

We want to make sure you are all well aware that your personal accountability, honesty, and attention is required in order for you to safely participate in this year's Okie Doubles. If this event is to take place and proceed in the safest manner possible, participants need to consider and follow these safety measures.
-Social Distance of at least 6 feet apart from others at all times.
-Masks are encouraged to be worn around others
-Do not touch anyone or anyone else's property (discs included)
-Do not crowd the tournament staff at any point
-Do not approach merchandise tables without asking first

PDGA Best Practices:


Please make sure you fill your water bottles prior to arriving at the course each round. There will not be water available throughout the course. Please stay hydrated and do not take a risk of playing if you do not feel 100% healthy. If you find that a competitor/bystander is in an emergency situation, please call 911 first. Once the paramedics have been notified, please notify any staff so we can assist where/when we can. We have seen bad situations get worse in a matter of minutes and we will do anything possible to keep that from happening. Please, drink enough water and make sure you are eating enough food for energy.

Saturday (8/15/2020)

Saturday check-ins will be available between 7:30AM and 8:45AM at the pavilion at Dolese before your tee time. Please allow enough time for you to travel to your course after check-in


Start time for all players on Saturday morning is 9:30AM.

The link below will tell you what hole you begin on once uploaded to website.

Link to hole assignments:


There will be a one-hour lunch break for all competitors once ALL scores have been uploaded from the first round. We will announce the second round tee time on the facebook event page as soon as we know.

Sunday (8/16/2020)

Start time for all players on Sunday morning is 8:30AM.

The link below will tell you what hole you begin on.

Link to hole assignments:


There will be a one-hour lunch break for all competitors once ALL scores have been uploaded from the third round. We will announce the fourth round tee time on the facebook event page as soon as we know.


We will be using digital scorecards for this event. if you would like to review and research this method, please follow this link: https://www.pdga.com/help/tournament-management/official-hole-scoring

The ACCESS CODE for the event scoring is OKCDGA. It is not case sensitive. To start your round with digital scoring you will need to go to the following link: www.pdga.com/score.

1. You will be prompted to enter the Access Code and press the Submit button.

2. Search for your name. You can search by typing in part of your name or PDGA Number. Once you and your partner's last name appears, you select it and confirm. This team is now the “scorekeeper”.

3. You will be prompted to select the round for which you are currently playing.

4. The scoring screen will load with your name. The default starting hole is hole 1, so be sure to choose the correct starting hole if for some reason hole 1 is not where the group is starting (e.g. shotgun start).

5. Scores for each player will automatically default to whatever the par is set for the hole that is being scored. The player can use the plus or minus buttons to add or remove strokes. When all players have the correct scores, clicking Save & Continue will upload the scores and the page will automatically reload on the hole that follows.

6. The teeing order is indicated by a number presented to the left of each player's name.


Please make sure you review the link provided to familiarize yourself with the PDGA digital scorecard. As a competitor you are responsible for knowing the competition rules of disc golf for a better player experience. Players are encouraged to ask any and all questions before start of play. We know there will always be questions. I promise to answer those questions as quickly and efficiently as possible. Feel free to reach out to me with any concerns or issues you may have. Players who are not signed in to the digital scoring portal are encouraged to keep score on UDisc or any other scoring app as a backup. We will not hand out physical scorecards. The PDGA scoring portal is efficient, tracks stats, and allows you to check on other scores throughout the field as you play. It is AWESOME!!! Don't fight the change, embrace it.


It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the rules of disc golf and the competition manual. Do not solely rely on other competitors or tournament staff to tell you what is legal and what is not. If you run into issues on the course, knowing how to proceed will keep you out of unwanted circumstances in most cases. If you are not sure how to play a certain hole, lie, etc., please exercise your right to declare a provisional shot. Links to the full rules are below.

Official Rules of Disc Golf:


Competition Manual:


FB Event Page


Saturday August 15th

Player Check-in:
@ Dolese

7:30 – 8:45 a.m.


A Flight:

All Men’s Pro and Advanced Divisions (MPO,MP50,MA1)

B Flight:

All Age Protected Ams, Mixed, Women’s and Junior Divisions (MA40,MA50,Mix*,FA2,JR*)

C Flight:

Men’s Intermediate Division (MA2)

D Flight:

Men’s Recreational Divisions (MA3)

Saturday Morning (Round 1)Best Shot
A Flight:Woodson
B Flight:Will Rogers
C Flight:Dolese East
D Flight:Dolese West
Saturday Afternoon (Round 2)Format
A Flight:Will RogersWorst SHOT until Holed out (PROVE-YOUR-PUTT)
B Flight:WoodsonWorst DRIVE, then best shot
C Flight:Dolese WestWorst DRIVE, then best shot
D Flight:Dolese EastWorst DRIVE, then best shot
Sunday Morning (Round 3)Best Score
A Flight:Dolese West
B Flight:Dolese East
C Flight:Woodson
D Flight:Will Rogers
Sunday Afternoon (Round 4)Alternate Shot
A Flight:Dolese East
B Flight:Dolese West
C Flight:Will Rogers
D Flight:Woodson

Awards at Dolese: Approx 5:00 p.m.

Format by Round
Round 1:Best Shot
Round 2:A Flight: Worst SHOT until Holed out (PROVE-YOUR-PUTT)

B,C,D Flights: Worst DRIVE, then best shot
Round 3:Best Score
Round 4:Alternate Shot

Format Rules:

Best Shot: Each player throws off the tee. Your team picks the best lie to throw from next. Repeat until hole is completed.

Worst DRIVE – B,C,D Flights: Each player throws off the tee. Opponent teams on your card pick your lie from the resulting set of drives. Once the second throw has been made by both players, BEST SHOT Rules apply until hole is completed.

Worst SHOT (PROVE-YOUR-PUTT) – A Flight Only: Each player throws off the tee. Opponent teams on your card pick your lie from EACH SET of throws. In order to complete the hole, BOTH PLAYERS of your team must make your putts from the same lie.

Best Score: Each player must complete each hole as if they were playing singles. Record your team member's Score that was lowest as the score for your team.

Alternate Shot: BEFORE THE START OF YOUR ROUND, choose which team member will throw first. Each team member will alternate throws until the completion of the ROUND.
– Player 1 throws from the first tee
– Player 2 will then throw from the resulting lie
– Player 1 completes the hole by making their putt
– Player 2 will throw from the second tee...
This pattern repeats until the completion of the round. The only question you need to ask yourselves is which player will start the round.


Click/Tap Course for OB/Mandos

Dolese East
Dolese West
Will Rogers

Page is subject to change. Last edited on 13 August 2020