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Dundee Sportsman's Club
3nd Annual
Double Elimination Horseshoe Tournament
IN HONOR OF FRANK PENTRICS
September 19 ,2009
1. Prize Money and places will be determined on participation
2. Double Elimination: must lose tow games to be out
3. $5.00 per person, Registration at noon, partners will be drawn at 12:45pm, pitching will begin at 1.00pm
4. Points and Scoring
21 Points win game
No Skunk rule allowed ( 11- 0 )
Ringer 3 points
Leaner's or within shoe distance 1 point
Back to ringer by pavement it will be called a dead shoe. 
5. Dead Shoe: If shoe hits backboard or pavement it will be called a dead shoe
 ( Must stay in Clay )
6. Courtesy Throw:
Card drawn for starting team first throw
Team throwing points will throw first
When no score opposite team will throw first
7. When other team is throwing please refrain from comments or loud noise.
8. Snacks and refreshments can be purchased at the club house.
 
( 60 People Max, pre Registration or first come first server. )
Call  Eve (734) 777-4146    or
Call Carrie (734) 915-3502
Please Leave a Message if no Answer
 
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National Horseshoe
Pitchers Association

     
 

 

2015 World Horseshoe Pitching Tournament

 

Enaud Speaks!  

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YEAR 2014 AWARDS
 
  Spring League 2014
1st Place   Harry Bailey
2nd Place Greg Farr  
3rd Place   Eve Cook  
High Game Sharon Bailey 
Most Improved  Steve Engel 
 
  Spring League 2015
1st Place   No Results at This Time Check Back Later
2nd Place No Results at This Time Check Back Later
3rd Place    No Results at This Time Check Back Later
High Game No Results at This Time Check Back Later
Most Improved  No Results at This Time Check Back Later
  The Iron Bender of the Year award is voted by fellow members to the pitcher who, by his play, contribution to the club ,and promotion of the sport of horseshoes, has distinguished himself by his efforts
 
1st Place
Harry Bailey
The Rookie of the Year award is presented to a First Year Club Member who distinguishes himself with his involvement and contribution to the club.
 
2nd Place
Greg Farr

  Ironbender Club President Ted Norris has been keeping track of the clubs for over one years.  His efforts have made club activities, Club improvements and special events proceed smoothly.  
3rd Place
EVE COOK
 
  Ironbender treasurer Ted Norris has been keeping track of the clubs President for many years.  His efforts have made club activities, court improvements and special events proceed smoothly.  
High Game
Sharon Bailey

  Ironbender treasurer Ted Norris has been keeping track of the clubs President for many years.  His efforts have made club activities, court improvements and special events proceed smoothly.  
RULES and BYLAWS posted on the NHPA website for more specific language.

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