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Discussion: Disbandment ruling

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Oct. 4, 2009
Men's 70
62 posts
Disbandment ruling
Hey Guys...Since Ft. Myers is a 2010 tournament, and we plan on playing in the TOC in Feb...can our players go to Ft. Myers on new team(s) without officially disbaning. We would disband after participating at the TOC.
Oct. 4, 2009
Men's 60
102 posts
I would think they have to be released from their new teams to play in the TOC with your original team that qualified. You can only, supposedly be released once a year then you have to stay with your second team. I have seen players play with 3 and 4 teams this year and nothing is said about it, but they got away with it somehow. My guess is they showed up the second day when no one has to check in.
Oct. 4, 2009
Men's 70
62 posts
Thanks grumpy...Thought that since the TOC was a 2009 tournament, although played in 2010, the roster for Ft. Myers establishes who you play for in 2010, with no need to disband the 2009 team.
Oct. 4, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
Feb. TOC is a 09 tourney for the champs of 09. Appears to be the Ft Myers is still a qualifier for it (09 TOC).
I would question if it becomes a 2010 roster for the '10 TOC given the date falls when it does, mid Nov. I'd bet it does.
It's worth a long distance call.
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