irban wrote:I think so too. I bet you'd still get a lot of pros playing C tiers though, regardless of added cash and such. Some are motivated more by proximity than money. But I guess you could put them all in a super am division or something.
grodney wrote:"All amateur competition is trophy only, there will be no merchandise payout, intermediate and advanced divisions are allowed to buy into the winners circle competition for cash payout instead of merchandise payout. Open players are also allowed to buy into the winners circle competition for open.
Winners circle payout depth will be 45% for intermediate, 35% for advanced and 25% for open and we will use standard PDGA payout tables to determine the payouts. "
jjpitt29 wrote:I think idea of amatuers playing for trophy only is catching on. More what they call "true amateur" where they have big players packs but no payout. I think this is key to really building disc golf.
The winners circle thing seems pretty hokey to me. I agree I think it encourages sandbagging. Now if they had one payout for everyone where ams could compete score wise vs the pros for a payout that would be cool. That way if an am would do well in pro they still could get something. It should still be relatively small but would be a cool thing for ams. Not just competing amongst themselves, while kinda forcing them to pay attention to how the pro's are doing.
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