CALIFORNIA BEACH VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION
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Laguna Women's $1500 Open


General Information
Date May 06, 2017
Gender Female
Division Open
Location Laguna Beach
Entry fee $65.00 per Team
Director Kirk Morgan kirkmorgan@cox.net 714-381-4000

Tournament Director's Notes

Tradition runs deep in Laguna Beach and this year we celebrate the 61st Annual Men's Laguna Open at Main Beach. All the great players have played here in Laguna over the years and we look forward to continuing to have world-class competition in the world's oldest continuously run Open tournament. We have a $5000 purse this year and we're hoping to raise even more by tournament time. The top 24 teams overall by rating, and the top 4 Laguna teams by rating, are guaranteed a spot in the main draw on Saturday. If you sign up and don't make it in, you will receive an email and text by 2:00 on Friday June 3. The CBVA will promptly refund your entry fee. We will only notify the teams that don't make it in, but if you have any doubt, send me a text or email by Thursday night, June 2. (714) 381-4000 This is a two day, double elimination tournament, match play format. We will be providing music, bananas, water, Gatorade and a player's tent for you. If you plan on staying overnight in Laguna, try The Pacific Edge Hotel, about 300 yards south of the courts and home of the famous "Deck" bar and Driftwood Restaurant (www.pacificedgehotel.com).

Directions

FROM NORTH: Take the 405 or 5 to the 133 Freeway towards Laguna Beach;  Go 9 miles to the water and you dead-end into Main Beach; Tournament check in is at the south end of Main Beach;  Parking is meters or lots (usually $10 all day) and you can park in the neighborhoods above Cliff Drive or off Park Avenue for free and walk to the site. FROM THE SOUTH: If you're coming from San Diego up through San Clemente, exit at Beach Cities Exit (just north of San Clemente) and go north on Coast Highway through Dana Point and into Laguna;  Travel 11 miles into downtown Laguna and park as noted above; If you're coming coming North from San Juan Capistrano or Mission Viejo, you can also take the 405 to the 133 and go West 9 miles to the water.