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Discussion: Reno Tournament

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May 1, 2020
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Reno Tournament
Why are you planning to have the Reno Tournament? I play on a 75 team. We seniors are in the high risk category. Also, Hotels in Reno are iffy so say the least. Will they be open? What about food, not take out. I just think you guys need to wait another month before deciding to do any tournaments.
May 4, 2020
Men's 50
87 posts
Rescheduled to June 2nd - 4th for 60's and above! See the tournament tab, it has the information there....
May 8, 2020
Men's 70
73 posts
This week's newsletter appeared to indicate this may or not be a go yet. They indicated a final decision would be made two weeks ahead of tournament date and suggested that you not make flight and hotel arrangements now. Some of us have made those arrangements but both can be cancelled with no penalty. I hope we have something concrete in next week's newsletter.
May 8, 2020
Men's 70
376 posts
Like most things in life Z65, at least in the USA for now and as mentioned in the larger Reno thread, if you don't feel comfortable about playing tournament ball right now, don't.
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