Tyler, are you a PDGA member yet? Non-PDGA members usually have to pay a few bucks more to cover PDGA sanctioning, so being a member is a good idea if you're going to play several tournaments a year. Sooner you register, the lower number you get, lol.
Yeah, come on out for doubles! It's fun. I played with a Rec player last night and we still managed to shoot a -7 round.
Here's a link to a map of Exposition Park where the MHC it played. The layout might be slightly different than the map for the tourney, but it's close (most of the changes and different tee positions are for pros).
Beaver Ranch is this weekend ... but it's full. Next good tourney in Denver/Aurora is the Mile High Classic. This is a fun tournament, and it's only one day. Great tourney to start at if you haven't played one before. MHC was my first tournament.
I might be going to Snow Mountain Challenge in August ... or may wait to play Johnny Roberts Memorial in Sept. Then Professional State Championships in Oct.
I'm not playing as many tourneys this year because of the broken leg ... it's crushed my ratings (boo hoo). ;)
You missed a huge group of folks at RFDGC doubles last night. We had 20 players! It was fun.