It is a singles tournament beginning March 10th and is limited to amateur players. It starts on a Saturday so it won’t interfere with any other tournaments players may have scheduled. It is split into American and Canadian divisions. You will play six 10 frame games the first day and then the field will be cut, with the top 8 in each division returning for day two. Eventually the American champion plays the Canadian champion for the trophy.
What is great about this tournament and makes it unique in the state, is that the winner always makes a minimum of $150, and usually more than that with the sponsorship money that gets included. We would love to see more new faces this year. Additional information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/159363781288728/ or you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org” Erik Hahmann, 2018 02 12
Re-posted by Stan on 2018 02 13.