AMATEUR POINTS NOTICE:

Due to the reduced amateur schedule for the 2020-2021 season and the absence of many players due to COVID, the F.S.A. board has authorized all amateurs to hold over their accumulated move-up points for a fourth year. This a one-time offer and will be automatically applied to all amateur players. Those amateurs who do not want to hold-over their points for a 4th year may opt out of the offer by notifying their District Keeper of Records in writing. Notification must be made no later than July 1, 2021.

Glenn Monroe
State Keeper of Records

I would like to thank all of the Clearwater Shuffleboard club members for their well wishes & support concerning my involvement in the 2021-2022 Florida State Shuffleboard Masters tournament. The Masters tournament was held at the Lee County Shuffleboard club in North Fort Myers. The Lee County Shuffleboard club held a class A tournament with an open ceremony, a singer who sang the Canadian National Anthem, the Amercian National anthem, with opening remarks were made from the country director and Lee County board members. The tournament was played over four days. Being seated number seven, I had to play the top two seated players on the first day, winning only one out six games. The second day, I was only able to win two games out of six. But on the third day, I was able to win four out of six games. My total going into the last day of competition was seven wins. On the last day of the tournament, I needed to win all of the three games so to finish 4th. I was able to win all of the last remaining three games and finished 4th. Being my first masters, I think I did well for our district and shuffleboard club. A special shout out to Jim Schlie for his support during this special event in my shuffleboard career, 

Tom Feeley


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