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Discussion: What makes a good tournament for you?

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Nov. 11, 2003
TexasTransplant
Men's 70
415 posts
What makes a good tournament for you?
What makes a tournament a good one for you? Here are some criteria and my rough ranking of their importance to me. Let's hear your thoughts.

Well prepared fields
Lots of games
Equally matched competition/classification system well enforced
Competent umpires
2 umpires per game
Well organized schedule
Water in dugouts
Consideration for out of town teams in scheduling
Seating for spouses/fans
Official scorekeepers provided
EMT's available

Other possibilities, but way down my list:
Social activities (BBQ's etc)
Trophies
Individual awards
Cool T Shirts and merchandise
Tournament located in attractive tourist area
All star/all tournament teams
Official tournament hotels



Nov. 11, 2003
Bat-Heater
Men's 50
64 posts
I think you pretty much have it covered with the list you provided though better prizes for the top three teams in each division would be high on my list
Nov. 20, 2003
terryspears
Men's 55
38 posts
TT: I think you've spoken for most of us. I would only add lots more shade at most parks.
Sept. 13, 2004
T-REX
64 posts
I love the format for the SSWS,no time limit,decent ball & bats,unlimited HR,centrally located in the US which is fair travel for both coasts,well kept fields,beer in the concession stands....
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