Senior Olympics Festival - Shuffleboard

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Events: Shuffleboard - Singles/Doubles
Dates:

  • Monday, Jan. 8 – Men’s Singles
  • Tuesday, Jan. 9– Women’s Singles
  • Thursday, Jan. 11– Any Doubles

Site:

  • Rincon West (Men’s & Women’s Singles), 4555 S. Mission Rd.
  • Voyager (Any Doubles), 8701 S. Kolb Rd.

Schedule: 9 a.m. Start Time
Check-In: 30 minutes before start time
Fees: $8/singles; $16/doubles
Event Coordinator: Joe Wershey, mjwershey@hotmail.com

Entry Regulations:

  • All ages compete together.
  • Teams must use Doubles Entry Form.

Event Details

Format:

  • Singles compete.
  • Gender-indifferent doubles compete.

Sports Rules:

  • Arizona Shuffleboard Association (ASA) rules apply, with modifications as noted below:
  • Singles – there will be individual play with consolation. The first and second place finishers in the championship round will receive first and second place medals. First place in consolation round will receive the third place medal.
  • Partner scores are added together for each frame and totaled. First and second place finishers in the Championship bracket win first and second place medals. First place in the consolation bracket receive the third place medal.
  • Medals are given out to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each of the groups by Event Coordinator. No age determination is required. Two 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place medals are given in each group of the doubles competition.
  • Players in both singles and doubles will play eight frames total, four on one side of the board and four on the other. Players will keep the same color of the discs they began with by moving their discs to the opposite side.
  • Play will be continuous. No breaks, if you need a break let someone know.
  • There will be no penalties. Players must not interfere with the scorekeeper.
  • If possible referees will be placed on each board. If not a knowledgeable player on either side of the board will referee and call the score to the scorekeeper. A player may appeal the referee’s call on a close disc. The head referee will look at the disc and his/her decision will be final.
  • There will be lagging at the beginning of each game to determine who plays which color.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event.