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32nd Waterloo Registration Now Open

Thursday, September 17, 2009 (21:44:02)
If you are interested in playing, please mail in your registration with payment as soon as possible. This event fills up every year, and it has been known to fill within as few as 5 days after registration begins, though it sometimes takes a bit longer, like 7,10, or 14 days to fill up. Anyway, don’t wait. If you aren’t sure if you can play, my advice is to register anyway. If you have to cancel, you’ll get almost a complete refund. The only thing we’d keep is the portion that goes to the fundraising and it will still go towards the fundraising ($4 for regular registrations; amount varies by division for McC-Notes). Plus you’ll make someone on the waitlist very very happy.

Registration information can be found on the tournament thread in the Community Forums (under Current/Future events):
http://www.austindiscgolf.org/index.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=57

Mailing the form and payment in is the BEST way to register. Postmarks are used to determine date of entry. You can also register in person with Gordon at the Thursday Zilker events, and at the Ace Race at Zilker on Saturday, September 26th (assuming spots are still available at that point).

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