66th Annual World Championship Over-The-Line®
July 13 and 14, 2019 (1st Weekend) & July 20 and 21, 2019 (2nd Weekend)
SDPHC will have our members-only compound.
Practice begins mid-Mar, Gail coordinating teams. The club will pay a portion of the registration fee. OTL signups are Saturday May, 4 You may also sign up online. Team Captains will receive forms and information in advance. If you do not want to wait in line, the deadline team submissions to me will be the April meeting.
We will be soliciting volunteers shortly.
Cost for members and guests should be the same as last year.
Public RV camping information and reservations are available now at www.ombac.org
Once again SDPHC will have its own members-only compound, which means that you must be paid up until August 31, 2019.
Our compound is members-only, will have shade, private port a potties, beverages, and music. In addition to being a current member (dues paid up until 08 31 19) We will request a donation to an OOMBAC sponsored charity. Donation will be $25 for the first Saturday and Sunday, or $15 for one day, On the Second Saturday we would require a $15 donation.
Here is general information for you to know about our compound. Our compound is normally on the west side of the Island, north of Grant's Grill, most likely next to Circle of Champions. It is hard to miss, Jimmy Buffett music and a thatched Tiki Hut at the front of the compound.
The earlier you get on the island the closer to the compound you can park. They close the Island to vehicles at 10:00 AM and often, depending on the crowds as early as 9:30. There is parking off the island, you can bring a bike and bike in or take one of the OMBAC shuttles. Shuttle routes, schedules, and parking passes are available at www.OMBAC.org Cost for the parking pass is $30 plus a small processing fee.
From the OMABC web site
The following rules will be strictly enforced:
The No “B”s: No Bottles, No Bicycles, No Bowzers (dogs), No Babies, No Boas, No Bad Attitudes, No Battles (fighting)
(OTL is a public event, however, it is not appropriate/safe for children due to crowds, bat & ball related games and language)
Alcohol rules and restrictions will exactly the same as previous years’ OTL tournaments