Dragon’s Tail Nine

A showcase round for the top nine six players in MPO and the top three players in FPO (a change for 2019).

***IF the DT9 can not be started before 6:30PM, it will be cancelled***

The Dragon’s Tail Nine, once a bonus round for the top players on the day regardless of division, is now a part of the DDGC tournament itself. At minimum, the top six players in the MPO division and top three in the FPO division will move on to the nine-hole bonus round, which will count toward their cumulative final score.

All players who make it to and complete the DT9 are assured cashing spots. That’s right, payout goes to every person who finishes the DT9.

Dragon’s Tail course 2019 edition
***configuration subject to change***

DT1 – The DT9 tee to Hole #2 Basket
DT2 – Hole 3
DT3 – Hole 4
DT4 – Hole 5
DT5 – Hole 9
DT6 – Hole 12
DT7 – Tee 13 to Hole # 16 Basket
DT8 – Hole 17
DT9 – Tee 18 to practice basket

DT9 Tiebreaker Rules:
In the event of a tie for the final qualifier position(s) for the DT9, all tied players will begin the round, but some will be eliminated in sudden death fashion until there are only the maximum number of players remain. For example, if two players are tied for 9th, both will begin the round on hole 1. If player A records a 4 while player B records a 5, player B is eliminated and his round is over. Player A continues the round.

Dragon’s Tail Nine History:
Year – Player – Score
2004 – Jake Azato – 28
2005 – Daryl Cormier – 28
2006 – Daryl Cormier – 26
2007 – Steve Brinster – 24
2008 – Greg Wintrob & Joe Mela – 30
2009 – Jason Dore – 26
2010 – Steve Brinster – 26
2011 – Jason Dore – 27
2012 – Kieran Nichols – 30
2013 – Jason Land & Joe Mela – 25
2014 – Cooper Legee – 24
2015 – Tyler Grady & Drew Smith – 26
2016 – Kieran Nichols – 25
2017 – Cooper Legee & Tyler Grady – 26
2018 – Joshua Seeley – 26