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O'Brien signs on as a sponsor of the Centurion BallOfSpray Cash Prize


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BallOfSpray is proud to announce that O’Brien has signed on as a sponsor of the Centurion BallOfSpray Cash Prize. Please visit O’Brien.com to see the 2016 O’Brien product line.

At each of 4 events pro and amateur skiers alike will compete for $6,000 in prize money. Each event is comprised of 2 rounds of prelims and a final. Every competitor will ski 3 times and every competitor has an opportunity to take home prize money. The top 16 skiers at each event will compete for $3,000 in a head-to-head final and the remaining skiers will compete for an additional $3,000 in a handicap final.


See below for dates, locations and registration details

Centurion BallOfSpray Cash Prize at Whitestone  -Talking Rock, GA  7/2 - 7/3
Centurion BallOfSpray Cash Prize at Hilltop - Marysville, WA 8/20 - 8/21
Centurion BallOfSpray Cash Prize at Bell Acqua  - Rio Linda, CA  9/6 - 9/7
Centurion BallOfSpray Cash Prize at Aquaplex - Austin, TX  10/1 - 10/2
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General Notes and Rules

All scores will go into the USAWS official score book. All scores at Whitestone, Hilltop and Aquaplex will be Class C. All scores at BellAcqua will be Class L.

All scores will also go into a separate Score Book to accommodate the rules of the event

To be eligible for the handicap round, a skier must have scores from 5 or more different USAWS tournaments in the previous 12 months

Handicaps will be calculated from each skier's USAWS 12 month 3 score average
BallOfSpray reserves the right to tweak individual handicaps and entry qualifications as needed
Non USAWS skiers who can provide documentation of scores from other federations will be admitted at the discretion of the event organizer
All scores will be entered into the Cash Prize Score Book without regard to boat speed. The values for 34 MPH scores will be used for 36 mph and 32 mph skiers.

Example: 4 @38 off = 100 buoys at 34mph and at 36 mph and at 32 mph
Seeding for the Head to Head will be as follows

Skiers with the 8 highest scores from prelims will take seeds 1 through 8
Skiers with the highest combined scores from rounds 1 and 2 (but not one of the 8 highest scores) will take seeds 9 through 16
All rules are subject to change

Entries are non-refundable unless the event fills. Entry fees will only be refunded when a skier from the waiting list replaces a canceled entry.

The entry fee is $200

All rules are subject to change

Send entries to
John Horton
2412 Lomita Verde Drive
Bakersfield CA
Make entry fee checks out to BallOfSpray
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Great to see another industry partner getting on board with the Cash Prize Tournamnts!


If there are any ballers on the fence about going to a BOSCP event I will say the event in Austin last year was one of the most fun tournaments I have been to. I'm looking forward to the ATL stop and going back to Austin or one of the other stops this summer!

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