Silbernagel Realty Team Hot Shot Skill Challenge

    Note - The Hot Shot Skill Challenge is not occuring in the 19/20 Season

    • The teams are invited to participate in the skill competition which will run throughout the season;
    • In each draw a team is allowed to do their Skill Challenge once or twice, but they cannot do both tries at the same day. The best score counts.
    • Each Skill Challenge consists of 4 shots: #1 Draw; #2 Raise; #3 Double take-out; and #4 Runback.
    • Each team member will make one shot; the team would decide who throws which shot (and that can change for their second try). If there are only 3 members of the team available to do the Skill Challenge, then someone makes 2 shots, but not the skip.
    • Scoring rules for each shot are somewhat relaxed as compared to Ford Hot Shots. The team score would be comprised of each shot's individual score.
    • There are forms on the bulletin board for each team to pick up and complete their challenge at any time convenient for them (before the game, after the game, when an ice sheet is available, on another night, etc.)
    • Tiebreaker: Highest scoring for shot #1, shot #2, etc. If all scores are equal for teams competing for the title, then the prize will be split.
    • Season's winner of the skill competition will get a prize and their photo will be posted on the club’s website. 

    Shot #1. Draw

    This shot is simply a draw to the button, no stationary rocks required

    Result      Scoring
    Shooter is “in play” 2
    Shooter is touching 12 foot 3
    Shooter is in full 12 foot 4
    Shooter touches 8 foot 5
    Shooter is in full 8 foot 6
    Shooter touches 4 foot 7
    Shooter is in full 4 foot 8
    Shooter touches button 10
    Shooter covers the pin 12

    Shot #2. Raise

    Stationary rock is placed anywhere above house.shot2-raise See the illustration on the right.

    Result      Scoring
    Shooter is “in play”    1
    Shooter touched the raised rock 2
    The raised rock touches 12 foot    3
    The raised rock is full 12 foot 4
    The raised rock touches 8 foot 5
    The raised rock is full 8 foot 6
    The raised rock touches 4 foot 7
    The raised rock is full 4 foot 8
    The raised rock touches button 10
    Raised rock covers the pin 12

    Shot #3. Double take-out

    One stationary rock placed touching button and touching tee line (behind tee line), the second stationary rock is placed anywhere in full 8 foot. See the illustration on the right for an example. Obviously symmetrical placement is also possible.shot3-double-takeout

    Result      Scoring
    Shooter is “in play”    1
    Shooter touched one of the rocks 2
    One of the rocks removed 3
    Shooter touched both rocks 4
    Both rocks removed 5
    Both rocks removed, shooter stays in the house 6
    Both rocks removed, shooter is touching 4 foot 7
    Both rocks removed, shooter in full 4 foot 8
    Both rocks removed, shooter is touching button 10
    Both rocks removed, shooter is covering pin 12

    Shot #4. Runback

    One stationary rocks placed half rock behind the pin, the second stationary rock is placed anywhere above the house. See the illustration on the right.shot4-runback

    Result      Scoring
    Shooter touched the rock to be raised 3
    Raised rock touches the rock in the house 4
    Raised rock touches the rock in the house and stays “in play” 5
    Rock in the house removed 6
    Rock in the house removed, raised rock is “in play” 8
    Rock in the house removed, raised rock itouches 8 foot 10
    Rock in the house removed, raised rock touches 4 foot 12
    Rock in the house removed, raised rock touches button 14

    On Ice Instructions

    • Each player makes one shot. If there are 3 players on a team, then someone but not the skip makes two shots.
    • Teams decide by themselves who makes which shot and in which order
    • Normal sweeping is allowed
    • No practice shots before the skill competition, but teams can practice any time on another days
    • Just a note: if you throw your shots in the natural order, you won't need to bring additional rocks down the ice: draw first, then use this rock for a raise, then use both these rocks for your double take-out and runback shots.

    Scoring Instructions

    • Pick up the scoring sheet in the locker room (on the bulletin board)
    • Circle draw A, B or C, fill in skip name and date
    • For each shot just circle the appropriate scoring
    • (Optionally) Calculate your total
    • Put the completed scoring sheet back into the locker room or give to Alex

    Feedback

    Please send any feedback to the league coordinators at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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