Los Angeles Organization of Ultimate Teams

Ultimate Peace Beach Hat Tourney

Sep 23rd, 2013 | By | Category: Beach League, Tournaments

Get ready for the 2013 LAOUT Beach League and support Ultimate Peace.
Sunday October 6th, 2013. 10:00-3:00 Santa Monica Beach(where we play Beach League)
$15.00 online preregistration or $20.00 the day of the tournament.

Click here to register

To pay, please go to your Paypal account and send $15.00 to Landwheel@earthlink.net.  Send to a friend, so there’s no Paypal charge.

Or send a check in the amount of $15.00 to:

Jeff Landesman
2916 Emerson Way
Altadena,CA 91001
See you on the beach, Jeff and Lisa

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  1. I’m new to the area and don’t quite know where Beach League is played, but I would really like to participate. Can someone like a google maps with the fields / parking lot marked?

  2. It’s roughly here: https://maps.google.com/maps?q=33.999584,-118.486778&hl=en&num=1&t=h&z=17

  3. Here’s a map
    http://goo.gl/maps/VuUb4

  4. The mail:to link in the article points to earthlinl instead of earthlink, even though the displayed text is correct.

    Send your paypal money to Landwheel@earthlink.net

  5. Thanks for a fun tournament.

    I wish someone recorded Landesman when he was telling us about Ultimate Peace. His enthusiasm and passion about Ultimate Peace would be a compelling message for future Ultimate Peace Hat Tournament.

    The finals were thrilling. And there was an event that made me think of another possible item for inclusion in this week’s ethics poll question:

    “I contested a foul in the end zone on contact (I initiated) that affected the play.”

    The event from the finals: Keegan went up for a disc in the end zone. His defender made some contact, not a lot, but definite contact. Keegan called foul and immediately sent the disc back. I assume because he assumed that the defender would call contest. But he didn’t! No contest! There wasn’t much contact, but there was contact and it did affect the play. The game was to 11(?), and I think the score was 11-11 at that point, so it would have been “easy” to contest…. Keegan anticipated it…. I expected it from the sidelines as a spectator…. everyone does it…. (but not everyone!). Spirit lives! Someone please let me know his name, because he is my new favorite player in LA.

  6. That was Drew Huigens. Those two were defending eachother all game.

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