Our meeting schedule is seasonal, and each season lasts for 8 weeks. After Week 8 we hold a big final tournament where we give out cash for the top finishers and ridiculous prizes for everyone.
Each meeting follows a Match Play format, where players compete against one another in groups of 4. You'll be randomly grouped with 3 other people for the night, and your group will play a series of 4 games together.
Your goal for each game is to beat as many of your group members as possible. In this format, we don't record any actual game scores — instead, you'll earn points based on where you finish in each game (1st through 4th). We'll use those points to calculate your position in the season's standings, which ultimately determines your seed position in the finals.
Take care of yourself, each other, and our places.
The PPC welcomes people of all types provided they share our common values of mutual respect, kindness, and encouragement. All PPC members abide by a Code of Conduct that can be found here.
Season meetings are run according to a standard set of competition rules that are outlined in detail here.
If you've never played competitively (or never played Match Play format), the best thing you can do is show up! We'll always review the rules for any new folks before we get started, and you'll be paired with other members that will be happy to show you the ropes. By the end of the night you'll have the whole thing down.
If you’ve paid dues for the season, you’re automatically qualified for the final tournament.
We usually run the finals in a knockout format, which means you’ll play a bunch of games in pre-seeded groups (according to the season’s standings) and earn strikes for any losses. Reaching a certain amount of strikes knocks you out of the tournament.
Throughout the night there are side challenges, door prizes, and sponsor swag, and winners take home cash and killer prizes.
We'll send out more details as the finals draw closer, but rest assured — it's the most fun night of the season and not one to miss!