Back Forty Open

C-Tier Disc Golf Tournament

Congratulations to the winners of the Inaugural Back Forty Open. Presented by Fulkerson Winery and Bast Patisserie.
Bryant Stangel: MA1 (Advanced) with a score of -16
Henry Foss: MA40 (Masters 40+) with a score of -1
Rob Canzler: MA2 (Intermediate) With Even Par
Jonathan Cook: MA3 (Recreational) with a score of +2

The 2023 Back Forty Open C-Tier tournament will take place over the course of one (1) day, two (2) rounds, 18 holes each (36 holes total) on Sunday September 3rd.

Check-in starts at 8am
Round 1 will tee off at 9am.
Lunch break will occur after round 1 is completed (lunch will not be provided, please make appropriate plans).
Round 2 will tee off at 1pm
Awards Ceremony: 4:30 pm or after Round 2 is completed.

There will be beverages and snacks (charcuterie, cheese and crackers, candy, etc.) available for purchase in the tasting room before and after each round.
Restrooms will be located inside the tasting room.

ALL VINEYARDS ARE OUT-OF-BOUNDS—Ponds and streams are Hazard areas. A disc is OB if it is completely inside the vineyard [under line wires / past end posts].

OUT-OF-BOUNDS—Take 1M relief at location your disc went out of bounds; one penalty stroke

HAZARD AREAS—you have the option to take relief along the line—one penalty stroke

Special Notes on individual holes


OB behind pin into orchard, stream is HAZARD


Stream / ditch area is a HAZARD (one penalty stroke) WITH RELIEF. If you wish, you may take relief along the line.


If you suspect your disc entered the woods on the left of holes 8 or 9, take a provisional shot in interest of saving time.


Closest to pin competition will occur on hole 15. There will be materials to write your name and move the CTP location.

HOLES 10, 15, 16, 17—ROAD

Beartown Road is a Town Road, and is frequented by auto traffic. The road is a HAZARD—take relief along the line. Be aware of your surroundings before throwing a disc.


Long Grass on both the left and right of the mowed fairway are HAZARD areas.

Full Pro-shop on site.

Due to our liquor licensing, absolutely no outside alcohol can be consumed on premise before, or after your round. All PDGA rules regarding alcohol and marijuana use during play will be in effect with no exceptions made.

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