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Discussion: Just an old guy wondering

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July 22, 2016
cuda65
56 posts
Just an old guy wondering
Does this organization still require an individual wanting to play on an 80 team to be 80 years old that year to play 80? SPA allows a 78 year old to play 80 and it seems unfortunate to me that at 78, I will have to wait two years to play on a team registered with SSUSA. How many more healthy years do I have left? It`s not like a 65 team that has relatively unlimited number of players to choose from. Is this organization considering a change in that age requirement?
July 22, 2016
Dancer
114 posts
I can't answer for them, but my opinion is your are closer to 80 than 75 so you should play 80. Just smug the year of birth on your drivers license a little, they may not notice. :)
July 22, 2016
Duke
Men's 65
878 posts
Cuda65,

For the 2016 season and thereafter, Men's 75+ age division teams may draw 4 players aged 74.  
For the 2016 season and thereafter, Men's 80+ age division teams may draw 4 players aged 79. 
Men's 85+ age division teams may draw up to ten players aged 83 to 84
including not more than five 83 year olds. 

Straight out of the rule book for 2016.

Andy Smith
65 Major
July 22, 2016
cuda65
56 posts
Thanks Dancer and Duke. Accordingly, I will still have to wait one more year...I hope I can make it.lol
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