Kubb United

We are all on the same team

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Kubb United is partnering with the Stoughton Kubb Club, the Madison Kubb Club, the Kettle Moraine Kubb Club, Energy City Kubb and Stateline Kubb to bring you the Cheddar Curtain Tour.  We are excited to be adding Batavia, IL and the 2019 Illinois State Championship hosted by Energy City Kubb to this year’s tour. More information to be updated soon. It's a competition for all kubb players who play in any of six kubb tournaments in the Illinois/Wisconsin state border area.  All players are entered automatically if they play in any of the five tournaments.  There is no cost to enter and there are no requirements for eligibility.  We will be giving out prizes for the top scoring individuals, teams and youth (14 & under).

Starting in Rockford, IL, in May and ending in Batavia, IL, in September, the Cheddar Curtain Tour will be a kubb competition for all.  Each individual and team earns points at each tournament based on how they perform and the standings are listed below.  You are not required to play with the same teammates in each tournament.  If you have different teammates in any tournaments, you will just be listed in the team competition multiple times.

Tournament Date City, State
Screw City Kubb Klassic May 11, 2019 Rockford, IL
Madison Kubb Charity Tournament June 1, 2019 Madison, WI
Stoughton Kubb Invitational July 27, 2019 Stoughton, WI
U.S. Kubb Open August 10, 2019 Beloit, WI
Kubbapalooza August 24, 2019 Menominee Falls, WI
Illinois Kubb Championsips August 31, 2019 Batavia, IL

Scoring Summary

You will receive a point for every win (including partial points for a did not finish and tie) in qualification matches and .5 point for every win in the Championship Bracket.  There will be no points awarded for the 3rd/4th place match.

Prizes

There will be a traveling trophy for winning team made by Studio Mitch in Oregon, WI, and more prizes to be announced later for all 3 divisions.  There will also be a tour ending raffle where you are entered once per tournament you play in.

Cheddar Curtain

What is the Cheddar Curtain?  The border separating Wisconsin and Illinois may just seem like a dark line on a map to some, but to many residents of both states it is a philosophical and cultural divide known as the Cheddar Curtain.  Arguably not as divisive as the original Iron Curtain, it delineates a shift from the pastoral farmlands of Illinois to the dairy country of Wisconsin.  Once visitors have crossed the Cheddar Curtain, their paths are bound to intersect with a cheese product eventually.

Registration

Click on the tournament icons below to learn more about each tournament and register.

Links to be updated by July 2nd.


Screw City Kubb Klassic

May 11th, 2019

Hononegah Park, Roscoe, IL


Madison Kubb Charity Tournament

June 1st, 2019

Olbrich Park, Madison, WI


Stoughton Kubb Invitational

July 27th, 2019

John Nygaard Virgin Lake Park, Stoughton, WI


U.S. Kubb Open

August 10th, 2019

Riverside Park, Beloit, WI


Kubbapalooza

August 24th, 2019

Menominee Falls, WI


Illinois State Championship

August 31st, 2019

Batavia, IL


2019 Cheddar Curtain Tour - Current Standings

Place Youth Player Points
1 Jake Erstad 9.66
2 Trinity Kidder 6.66
3 Ronnie Keller 4
4 Rolando Munoz 2.33
5 Lyla Rupp 2

Place Team Points
1 Ragnarok 18
2 Catalina Wine Mixers 15
3 Flux Capacitors 14
4 Kubb Express 12.15
5 Valkryie 11.33
6 Plays With Wood 11
7 King Kung 10.66
8 Energy City Kubb 10.5
9 Strikeforce Kubb 10.5
10 Tupac Shakubb 10.16

Place Player Points
1 Dave Giese 24
2 Pat Rupp 23.5
3 Lars Arneson 18
3 Jens Arneson 18
3 Evan Fitzgerald 18
3 Cody Glorioso 18
7 Brian Winistorfer 16.5
8 Bryan Jones 14.5
9 Nick Brill 14
9 Joe Dekan 14
11 John Ellingsen 12.16
12 Devin Schmitt 12.15
13 Brian Evans 11.5
14 Alisha Pleotis 11.33
15 Darlene Arneson 10.66
15 Christine McDiarmid 10.66
15 Steve McDiarmid 10.66
18 Dan Buri 10.65
19 Dave Ellringer 10.5
20 George Sloan 10.5

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