ronbo wrote:1. They are kind of ratings killers, even though they are designed to "help"
2. already doing doubles, match play, and a tournament usually every weekend. Sometimes a night off is more attractive than getting home at 9 or 9:30.
3. the cost is fine, but similar to doubles, sometimes winning only nets you a $5 profit.
These aren't major concerns, but do weigh in going or not.
You only have to be current PDGA for the purpose of ratings in the event. I played last year without a PDGA membership no problems. I didn't have to pay extra per event either. And even nicer the PDGA included those rounds (upon my request) when I got my membership this year.
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