Seniors compete for a traveling trophy on behalf of a participating retirement community or senior community center. While beginners are very welcome, and many play just for fun and fellowship, be aware that some players are quite skilled and competitive. You will enjoy the day more if you can attend one of the Sunday clinics preceding the event to be familiar with some of the strategies commonly used.
Registration is $30.00/team and includes lunch
Advance registration is required by May 19. All players compete in two morning games. Those who qualify continue after lunch through the afternoon. Play continues in the rain unless there is lightning, thunder or other dangerous weather conditions.
Clinics and and open play are held each Sunday beginning in April from 2:00-4:00 pm on the MHC lawn. There is no charge or registration needed.
NEW for Senior Tournament–Returning Winner Rule – For any seniors that won 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place the prior two years, the players must return for the next two years with a new partner who has not won 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place in the prior two years.
Eleven seniors are affected by this rule for 2017:
Regina Alderfer, Robert Brownell, Ford Fay, Merlin Greiser, Stan Hagberg, Caroline Heizman, Cliff Heizman, Ron Kolb-Wyckoff, Sam Lapp, and Charlie Law, Harold Wambold.
NEW for Senior Tournament–Players must use mallets and balls provided by the tournament.
Participating Retirement Communities:
Community at Rockhill
Encore Experiences at Harleysville
Generations of Indian Valley
Living Branches—Dock Woods
Living Branches—Souderton Mennonite Homes
Lutheran Community at Telford
Peter Becker Community
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