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Jun092016

2016 Cleveland Open Pro Line-up

The Pro Division for the 2016 Cleveland Open start swinging the mallets at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday morning with a three-round random draw format. Ten players will be looking for eight spots in the afternoon playoff bracket. The Pro Championship will take place at 3:15 p.m. on Center Court at the Cleveland Croquet Club. Methodology is explained below.

LUNCH WILL NOT BE SERVED AT THIS EVENT. Players will need to bring their own lunch as there are no restaurants nearby.

The MCA Pro Division plays 60-minute games with last turns and three time-outs per player (see rules). Game times and court assignments are below. 

PRO DIVISION SCHEDULE
Saturday, June 11, 2016, Cleveland Croquet Club 

DRAW ROUND ONE - 8:30 AM
Matt Griffith vs Jason Johnson - Center Court
Matt Smith vs Greg Adams - Center Court
Greg Clouse vs Bill Berg - North Court
Ron Millican vs Billy Bob Breeden - North Court
Dylan Goodwin vs Deborah Millican - South Court

DRAW ROUND TWO - 9:45 AM

DRAW ROUND THREE - 11:00 AM

Break

Quarterfinals - 12:45 PM

Semifinals - 2:00 PM

Championship - 3:15 PM

Updated website information on the Cleveland Open will appear here:
midwestcroquet.com/missouri-croquet/tag/cleveland-open

METHODOLOGY: Players are ranked 1-10 based on 9W Ranking, Pro Point and subjectivity. The top five players are matched up with the bottom five players based on a random draw. Winners will be matched up randomly in round two based on random draw that has already been performed. Losers will be the same. In round three, matching win totals are matched up as best as possible and random draws are used if needed. The results after three rounds are used to seed the eight-player playoff.

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