The singles event is now open. The image below will update automatically Match locations are as follows:
- Round 1 – Olympic
- Round 2 – Oakmont
- Round 3 – Congressional
- Semifinal – Best of Famous
- Final – Best of Hardest
The 2 qualifiers will play from Friday, Oct 26 – Nov 2. I will ignore members who play the qualifier, but have not signed up. If you want to be included, please sign up in the links below:
The plan is to start club match play on or before Tuesday, November 6. The first round will expected to be played by the following Sunday. In order to keep the tournament moving, I plan to stick to a fairly aggressive schedule:
I will be defaulting players by the following Tuesday if this is not complete. We’ll repeat the schedule for subsequent rounds, but I plan to be a little more heavy handed early on so as to not discourage those members who are actively competing in the event. Remember, if your match is available, you can always play them early! Match conditions and specifications will be listed in the event description on the challonge page when the event gets posted.
As soon as the brackets are released on Challonge.com I will send out a broadcast email to all participants in the bracket. Please make contact with your opponent and use open communication (wall posts) so that I can see the dialog, in case a legitimate exception needs to be made. My recommendation is to work a match in on the evening or schedule for Saturday. Please be a good member and show up for your scheduled time. If you are unable to participate, please let me know for the benefit of others. This is greatly appreciated. Rude behavior, inappropriate drops and failure to communicate could result in a warning or even membership ban. Please be considerate. Use the skype room to set up matches.
Due to the time constraints of 18 hole matches, it may be necessary to drop and resume the match. This is a perfectly acceptable plan provided that members follow a few guidelines:
In future challonge club events like Skins Quest, players will be responsible to report their own results and scorecard. The event administrator will be in charge of making corrections if necessary. This entry is a walk-through of how to post a scorecard to an event (its easier than you think).
8. Your done!