Announcing: Jeju Dirty Dozens registration deadline: March 14

From Beth Houtrow:

Greetings from the Jeju Dirty Dozens 2011 Team:

We apologize for the delay for this email. It was sent out last week, but we had a technical glitch. Here’s everything you need to know and more:

We are excited to announce that registration is officially open. Please visit our website at for more information. Registration will close on March 14th, so don’t miss the deadline.

We are very excited this year about the promise of even more international teams. The competition is going to be fierce. However, with limited field space, it is possible that we will not be able to accommodate all Korean teams who apply for the tournament. Therefore, Korean teams who wish to play should apply for a bid, and bids will be awarded shortly after registration closes. Decisions regarding bids will be based on geography (we want to encourage teams from all over Korea to come to Jeju) and competitiveness. If you are concerned as to whether you should purchase a flight to Jeju, we recommend booking a flight as soon as possible. Korean based airlines generally allow you to cancel flights without penalty.

Also, people are welcome to attend the tournament as guests. The guest fee will be 60,000 won and will allow you access to all of the food, beer, and parties, plus a frisbee. It will not, however, include hotel cost. We are also looking for volunteers. Volunteering will require about seven or eight hours of your time over the weekend, and will earn you a disc, free entrance to the parties, access to food and drinks, and a shared hotel room with two other volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering please contact us at

The tournament fee is 720,000 won per team. As always, this fee includes hotel rooms. We have done our very best to reserve rooms with beds for everyone, so no yos on the floor this year, unless you prefer it. Each team will be given four rooms to divide among themselves as they see fit.

Korean captains should wire 720,000 to the KUPA bank account after bids have been awarded. The account information is available at Foreign teams may wire money or bring 720,000 Korean won to the tournament. We will be requiring teams to pay in one lump sum, and we will only accept Korean won.

Also, this year there is a disc design contest. If the winner is a tournament participant, he/she will be awarded free entry to the tournament. If a non-player wins, he/she will receive 50,000 won and a free copy of the disc. To submit an entry(s), please send an email to by March 7th.

We can’t wait to see all of you in Jeju. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email us at

Warmest regards,
The Dirty Dozens 2011 Team


Announcing: Jeju Dirty Dozens, April 23-24

From Beth Houtrow:

Get ready ladies and gentlemen for a new and improved Jeju tournament April 23rd and 24th. Jeju Gnarly Nines is now Jeju Dirty Dozens. With 12 people on your team you can run faster, bid harder, and drink more beer on Saturday night!

As always, the tournament is 5-2 co-ed format. And as in the past we will be providing an amazing deal. For a mere 720,000 won per team (that’s 60,000 per player) we will provide you with two nig…hts free hotel, a Friday night welcome party, food and beer throughout the weekend, and a blow out party Saturday night. Most importantly, you will also have the opportunity to play on the best grass in Asia.

We are predicting a highly competitive field this year, so start assembling your team now, so you get in on the competition. Registration is not open yet, but we wanted to tell everyone about the new format and the dates for the tournament. We will send out updates very soon.

If you have any questions please contact us at

To Summarize

What: Jeju Dirty Dozens (5-2 format)
When: April 23 and 24
Where: Jeju, South Korea
Who: You and 11 of your friends.
Why: World Cup practice fields, free hotel, lots of beer, and great frisbee
How Much: 720,000 won per team (Payment is per team regardless of the number of players.)