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The Return to the Nest IV is a PDGA C tier and a Montana Points Series event at the Eagle's Nest course outside of Butte, MT on July 14th. This is the same weekend as the Montana Folk Festival so bring the whole family and enjoy what Butte has to offer! Click the Read More button for more info.

Schedule
Friday, July 13
5:00 - 6:00 -- Registration and player check-in
6:00 -- Random draw doubles $5

Saturday, July 14
7:30 - 9:00 -- Registration and player check-in
9:20 -- Players Meeting
9:45 -- Shotgun start round 1
12:15 - 1:30 -- Lunch
1:40 -- Shotgun start round 2
4:30 -- Ring of Fire
5:00 -- Awards Ceremony

Divisions and Entry Fees

Open, Pro Masters, & Pro Grandmasters -- $60
Advanced Am Men, Adv Masters, & Pro Women -- $50
Intermediate Men & Advanced Women $40

** The above divisions will be PDGA sanctioned. Current PDGA members will receive a $10 discount. **
There will be a $2 per player PDGA fee and a $3 per player ($1 for Int) MT Points Series fee from all the above divisions

Recreational Men & Recreational Women -- $25
Juniors -- $20
The Recreational and Junior divisions will not be sanctioned or recognized by the Montana Points Series.

$3 Acepot (Optional)

All entry fees include a $2 user fee to reserve the area for the event

All amateur players will receive a players pack

Lunch will be avaiable for purchase on-site

FUNdraiser Raffle!!

CAMPING AND LODGING

There is camping available approximately 10 miles from the course further up the canyon at Toll Mountain Campground. I 'think' its a free Forest Service campground.

Most hotels are already booked up due to the Folk Festival, but there is camping available in conjunction with the Folk Festival. More info about that in the link below

PARKING

Parking is allowed only in the designated parking lots and along the right hand side of the loop road ONLY. There will be very limited parking at the lot near the course, so we are directing people to park at the trailhead parking lot and walk over to the course. There will be signage on site to direct people when you arrive.

The Montana Folk Festival is going on in Butte that weekend. It is a free festival that shuts down most of uptown Butte with 5 different stages and brings tens of thousands of people to Butte for the weekend. Check it out if you can!!! More info on the Folk Festival can be found at http://montanafolkfestival.com/