Admission to the tournament will be $15 per day for adults and $10 per day for students.
Watch Live Online
You can watch the tournament live online with the FloSports app for Roku, Apple TV, and iOS. To get started, visit: https://durangofallclassic.com/watch-live
Robert Espero and Stacy Sykora will be broadcasting the semi-finals and finals.
Pool play begins at 1:00pm on Friday, Sept 20, at all sites. Pools will be posted on Tuesday, September 17.
Qualifying rounds on Saturday begin at 8:30am at all sites.
The championship match is scheduled for 5:30pm on Saturday, Sept 21, at Durango.
Team trophies will be given to the winner of the Character, Challenger, Contender, Classic, Competition, Bronze, and Silver Divisions, and to the winner, runner-up, and third place teams in the Championship Division. Awards will be given to 16 All-Tournament team members which includes the Most Valuable Player.