2024 Season 1 Division Cup Tournaments Starting Saturday, June 1st at Mazzy's in Milton. See the Calendar events for more details.
2024 Season 1 Division Cup Tournaments Starting Saturday, June 1st at Mazzy's in Milton. See the Calendar events for more details.

Qualifications

NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

Singles:

To attend national the player must have the minimum of 8 separate weeks in one season of the year.  And, have paid for all dues & fees.

 

 

Team events:

8ball:

To participate at the national tournament, a team roster must include players who played at least 8 separate weeks in one season and all players played in the ACS Atlanta Divsion.   No team core requirements.  Anyone in a division can group together to form a team.

The roster has to be turned into to the local director for approval to ensure that the skill of the roster, individually, and combined, is within the limits of the tournaments they register for.

National has the following 8 ball team tournaments based on skill limits:

  • Advanced
  • Open  (skill level 8 and higher)
  • Standard (Equalizer skill limit of 7 as a standard player)

 

Only 1 person from a higher level tourney skill level can play on a roster in a lower tournament.  Example, an open player can play on a standard team as long as they are the only open level player on the team and all the rest of the roster are standard levels.

 

9ball:

To participate at the national tournament a team roster must include players, all who played at least 8 separate weeks in one season, and players played in the ACS Atlanta Division.

The roster has to be turned into to the local director for approval to ensure that the skill of the roster, individually, and combined, is within the limits of the tournaments they register for.

National has the following 8 ball team tournaments based on skill limits:

  • Advanced
  • Open  (ACS skill level 8 and higher)
  • Standard (ACS skill limit of 7 as a standard player)

 

Only 1 person from a higher level tourney skill level can play on a roster in a lower tournament.  Example, an open player can play on a standard team as long as they are the only open level player on the team and all the rest of the roster are standard levels.