28.oct Santa Clarita, CA

PPSF2017

Passions Playground Sports Fest

Passions Playground Sports Fest

A fun day full of sports with great athletics.



About Passions Playground

Passion’s Playground Sports Fest is a family and friends annual competition. The goal is to introduce extreme fun through others passion in sports. In a challenging manner, people showcase skills and some will learn new skills. Many will walk away with new passions for sports from simply participating in bad ass sports for the first time. Together, we will learn to love or respect the games we compete in.

The rules are simple. To join is simple, you must be over the age of 21. You must be a team player willing to win but except losing to 1st place because if you’re not first… you’re in last --Ricky Bobby. Bottom-line, join to tire yourself, to destress or to loss stress. Come to bring positive competition. Come to join the PPSF family as a lifetime member.

Volunteers

Huge thank you to our 2017 PPSF Volunteers. We have the deepest sense of honor and gratitude for everything you are doing to help create a spectacular sport fest experience for everyone. This event would not be possible without your efforts and contributions.


FAQ's

What is Passion's Playground Sports Fest?

It's a family and friends annual competition. The day is full of a variety of sports being played at different locations. The goal is to introduce extreme fun through others passion in sports.

What are the rules for each sport?

Please go to schedule secton and click on one of the sport tab, then click on the Rules. Under each sports tab you will find location, rules and all the information you need to know about the sport.

Is there an age limit to participate in Passion's Playground Sports Fest?

Yes. You must be 21 and older. No exceptions.

Can I purchase tickets on site?

No. Tickets must be purchased two weeks in advance before the event date.

Is on-site parking available?

Yes. There is amp parking on all sport locations.

Do I have to sign a waiver in order to participate in the sports?

Yes. Some sports require a waivers in order to play. They will be provided to you the day of the event.

Will there be food and beverages available?

Yes. Lunch, dinner, and beverages are included.

Sponsors

Companies that support us






Sports

Sports being played at Passions Playground



John Doe

Dirt Biking

Rowher Flat – Santa Clarita

Each person will be timed on a narrow 100 yards straightaway. There will be cones or a large drum marked to slow down for a short narrow U-turn... see rules below

John Doe

Target Shooting

Oak Tree Gun Club - Newhall

Each person will get 30 rounds of ammo, optional 9mm rental and receive 2 target sheets at 15 yards and 1 bonus target sheet at 25 yards... see rules below

John Doe

Golfing

Vista Valencia – Valencia

Best ball, scramble. All team player tee off on each hole and then decide which tee shot... Continue selecting the best shot until one player hits the ball in the hole... see rules below

John Doe

Bowling

Valenica Lanes - Valencia

Two teams per lane. Each player bowls for their own score to later be combines for their team total score... see rules below

John Doe

Basketball

Old Orchard Park - Santa Clarita

Each player will have three (3) balls to shoot from three areas along the three-point line... see rules below

John Doe

Poker

Lou's House – Saugus

Texas Holdem Tournament. Rules will be discussed. Final table with 1 team winning or more, with no other competor, wins

Schedule

Location, times and rules for each sport



8:00am - 10:15am
Rowher Flat in Santa Clarita

COMPETITION: Best Lap time of 3 laps, per person.

We leave Saugus, my house at 7am sharp. We will be at the entrance of Rowher Flats at 7:20am. There are four trucks driving in We will off-road through rocks and rough terrain for 30 minutes. YOU WILL GET LEFT BEHIND if you are not in trucks before 6:45am at my place or 7:20 am by the entrance.


LOCATION: Vasquez Truck Trail, Santa Clarita, CA 91390 (Entrance is Rush Canyon Road and Sierra Hwy).


WARNING: Last seat time is 9:45am. Each person has nearly 10 mins from gearing up to, hitting laps to gearing down. WE PACK UP TO LEAVE AT 10:30am, WHEELS ROLLING AT 11:00am.


WHAT TO BRING: Riding Cloths, Boots, High-tops or full enclose tennis shoes. You might consider bringing sun block, sun glasses, sweat towel or bandana. We will have water, coffee and refreshments. The bathroom is about a 5-minute walk from our competition.


WHAT TO EXPECT: Each person will be timed on a narrow 100 yards straightaway. . . see Rules below.



See Event Image

Each person will be timed on a narrow 100 yards straightaway. There will be cones or a large drum marked to slow down for a short narrow U-turn… about 20’ ft. in will be another cone or large drum to mark the U-turn to head back. 20 yards before the finish line will have a marker to prepare to slow down. Coming in hot (too fast) into either the U-turn or the finish line may resort in riding off the trail into large rocks. Suggestion: Use the first lap to get a feel of the track. Your best lap time will be added with your teammate(s) best lap time for your team’s event placement. Good Luck!


SCORING: Team placement is by your team combined best timed laps. Bonus points are only counted from the best-timed lap per player.


BONUS POINTS: One wheelie of 3 seconds or more seconds is $100 (max 1), Jumps with both wheels off the ground is $200 (max 1), sand berm U-Turn is $300 plus -5 seconds (max 1). So, optional three max bonus points for extra poker cash from best time only, per team player.


TIES: If there is time, one player from each team hits laps for tie breaker. Otherwise, best two out of three-coin tosses.


TIME KILLER OCCURRENCES “TKO”: Your clock stops if you stall three times, go down three times or appear reckless to yourself and/or others on one lap. Your lap time will be marked TKO and placed after last best time and/or furthest TKO person.


FORFIETS: If you do not ride, your team will take a negative of $500 in poker chips per play that does not ride. Yes, up to $1000 subtracted from your total winning in the competition. Forfeits equal negative $1000.


BASIC PRE-TRAINING TIPS: How to ride a dirt bike: Pull in the clutch, and kick the shifter down into first. Learn how to correctly slow down and come to a complete stop. If you want to slow down on a dirt bike, shift down, let off on the throttle, and either brake using the front brakes, back brakes, or a combination of both.

  • 1st – $1,500.00
  • 2nd – $1,000.00
  • 3rd – $850.00
  • 4th – $750.00
  • 5th – $650.00
  • 6th – $250.00
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Oak Tree Gun Club in Newhall

COMPETITION: Bullseye, best sheet of 2, per person


We leave Rowher Flat on the far northside of the valley to the far southwest of Newhall--long drive. We will at Oak Tree Gun Club approximately at 12:15pm.WE MUST CHECK IN WITH STATE ID EACH. We have one (1) hour reserved and paid for. Last chance to compete is 1:45pm.


LOCATION: Newhall, CA 91321 23121 Coltrane Ave, Newhall, CA 91321 (Accessible only from ‘The Old Road’)


WARNING: Headset Gear and Eye Gear must be warned at all times in the shooting bay area. Last target shooter opportunity is 1:15pm. This event ends at 1:30pm. WE LEAVE AT 2:00pm, WHEELS ROLLING.


WHAT TO BRING: Optional 9mm and ammo to compete with. Feel free to bring other handguns to use if we have time after everyone has competed.


See Target Image

Each person will get 30 rounds of ammo, optional 9mm rental and receive 2 target sheets at 15 yards and 1 bonus target sheet at 25 yards. We are using only 9mm pistols, no scopes or lasers. You can bring your own or use the rental. Each sheet is allowed a max of 10 shoots, attempt. If a shoot is marked on the line, the high point selection is counted. See pic for bullseye scoring. Bonus cash is only extra cash. Good Luck!


SCORING: Each player best 1-of-2 sheets will be combined for their team total score for team placement. Large bullseye is worth 15 points each, section just outside of the large bullseye is worth 10 points. The headshot bullseye are worth 20 points on the two outside shots and 25 for head shot. Bullseye must be clearly in red.


BONUS: One sheet for each player will be placed out 25 yards with two small bullseye targets. Each bullseye shot is worth $50 extra from your last 10 round session. A max of $500 extra per player can be collected in addition to their winnings from team placement.


TIES: If there is time, one player from each tied team attempts one last 25 yard bullseye. Otherwise, best two out of three-coin tosses.


TIME KILLER OCCURRENCES “TKO”: Your chance to target shoot will end if the Range Officer or myself deem you untrainable, unsafe. This will result in a forfeit and your score will be last place and or in the order of other TKO players. Follow range rules: Pistol must remain in the stall, facing down range, when unloaded with the slide open and the magazine-clip extracted. We will go over this.


FORFIETS: Alcohol use between 7am and 1:30 pm will count as a forfeit. Second, if you take a TKO loss you will forfeit. Lastly, any overblown intense arguing may result in a forfeit. Have fun, shoot targets and not too much of your mouth.


BASIC PRE-TRAINING TIPS: For first timers, the range officer or one of the more experienced guys will go over how to handle, load, grip, aim and shoot a handgun safely.

  • 1st – $1,500.00
  • 2nd – $1,000.00
  • 3rd – $850.00
  • 4th – $750.00
  • 5th – $650.00
  • 6th – $250.00
2:15pm – 3:15pm
Vista Valencia in Valencia

COMPETITION: Scramble AKA Best Ball –on a Par Three Pitch and Putt Course.


We leave Oak Tree Gun Club after lunch around 2:00 from Newhall to Valencia. We will be at Vista Valencia approximately at 2:15pm. WE MUST SIGN IN AT VISTA VALENCIA. We have one (1) hour reserved. Last chance to tee-off is 2:30pm.


LOCATION: 24700 Trevino Drive, Valencia, CA 91355.


WARNING: Taking phone calls, restroom breaks, multiple scratches of 10 strokes or more may lead to a technical forfeit. We have to keep the flow of the game moving and while respecting all golfers on the course.


WHAT TO BRING: Golfing cloths such as polo or button up shirt, shorts and comfortable tennis. Gloves are not included. They are recommended but not required.

All team player tee off on each hole and then decide which tee shot they like the best and mark the spot with a tee or ball marker. 2. The other team player pick up their balls and place them within one club length (no closer to the hole) of the marked spot. Continue selecting the best shot until one player hits the ball in the hole. The team score is total of the best shots. We are playing foursomes to keep the game legit from cheaters. Clubs and putters will be provided per player without clubs. Four (4) balls are the max each player can play with. Good Luck!


SCORING: Team placement is based on the team’s combined scores and then compared against the other teams for 1st – 6th.


BONUS: Birdies are worth $25 each. Hole in one is worth $1000.


TIES: If there is time, one player from each tied team attempts one hole or 10 yard putt. Otherwise, best two out of three-coin tosses.

TIME KILLER OCCURRENCES “TKO”: Scratching a hole is a TKO loss per hole. Three scratches in a row results a forfeit. TKO losses equal 10 strokes per remaining hole(s). A Team also takes a complete TKO loss if all eight (8) balls are lost. Therefore, the team takes 10 strokes per remaining holes--from the last under scratch hole.


FORFIETS: If player does not compete, they forfeit their team. If player disrespects other non-ppsf golfers or the golf course itself, they forfeit their team. Forfeits equal negative $1000.


BASIC PRE-TRAINING TIPS: Watch a YouTube video on how to grip a club and how to putt.

  • 1st – $1,500.00
  • 2nd – $1,000.00
  • 3rd – $850.00
  • 4th – $750.00
  • 5th – $650.00
  • 6th – $250.00
3:30 PM
Valencia Lanes in Valencia

COMPETITION:Ten-pin bowling.


We leave Vista Valencia Golf Course to go down the street to Valencia Lanes. We will be at Valencia Lance approximately at 3:30pm. We will have shoes and private lanes ready for our competition. We have one (1) hour reserved. Last ball rolling is 4:30pm.


LOCATION:23700 Lyons Ave, Newhall, CA 91321


WARNING: Handle balls with care. LOL


WHAT TO BRING: Golfing cloths such as polo or button up shirt, shorts and comfortable tennis. Gloves are not included. They are recommended but not required.

Two teams per lane. Each player bowls for their own score to later be combines for their team total score. From Google “A game of ten-pin bowling is divided into ten rounds (called "frames"). In a frame, each player is given two opportunities to knock down the skittle targets (called "pins"). The player rolls the first ball at the pins. If the first ball knocks down all ten pins, it is called a "strike" and the frame is completed.” There is a digital score board that will track the game and keep it rolling. Good Luck!


SCORING: Team placement is based on the team’s score from one game and compare against the other teams.


BONUS: Three strikes in a row, Turkeys are worth $200 extra.


TIES: Best two out of three-coin tosses.


TIME KILLER OCCURRENCES “TKO”:5-minute breaks will each 20 subtract points from the slacker’s team. Unlimited slacking will result in a low scoring game. Remember we have to keep the game rolling.


FORFIETS: : No participation is a Forfeit and equals a negative $500.


BASIC PRE-TRAINING TIPS: Watch a YouTube video on how to grip a bowling ball and how to properly roll it.

  • 1st – $1,500.00
  • 2nd – $1,000.00
  • 3rd – $850.00
  • 4th – $750.00
  • 5th – $650.00
  • 6th – $250.00
5:00 - 5:45 PM
Old Orchard Park in Santa Clarita

COMPETITION: Ten-pin bowling.


We leave Valencia Lanes and go straight across the street to Old Orchard Park. We will be at the park approximately at 6:00pm.


LOCATION:25023 Ave Rotella, Santa Clarita, CA 91355


WARNING: Handle balls with care.


WHAT TO BRING: Basketball shorts, shoes and shirt is recommended.

Each player will have three (3) balls to shoot from three areas along the three-point line. Each player will shoot from each baseline, left side and right side 3 attempts per side. Then 3 attempts from the top of the three-point line. Each basket is worth 3 points so there is a total of 27 points available to make per player.


SCORING: Team placement is based on the team’s score and compare against the other teams.


BONUS: Each player will get 3 attempts to make 3 half-court shots. Each shot is worth $100 extra dollars.


TIES: One player from each team competes in three point shots. First to make it while the other(s) don't, will end the tie. Best two out of three-coin tosses.


TIME KILLER OCCURRENCES “TKO”: 5-minute breaks will each 10 subtract points from the slacker’s team. Unlimited slacking will result in a low scoring game. Remember we have to keep the game rolling.


FORFIETS: No participation is a Forfeit and equals a negative $500.


BASIC PRE-TRAINING TIPS: Watch a YouTube video of Steph Curry.

  • 1st – $1,500.00
  • 2nd – $1,000.00
  • 3rd – $850.00
  • 4th – $750.00
  • 5th – $650.00
  • 6th – $250.00
6:30 pm - Til
Christopher Lane in Santa Clarita

We leave from the park and head to Saugus for the final event, Poker and Dinner


LOCATION: Big Lou's House in Saugus


WARNING: Eat up, Drink and Have Fun.


WHAT TO BRING: Bring an appetite, your lucky rabbit foot and some poker skills.

Last man standing. We will start with two tables. Teams split up and go to different tables. Once we are down to one table, the last player or same team players alone will win 1st place. COMPLETE HOUSE RULES WILL BE DISCUSSED BEFORE WE START.


SCORING: 1st in poker (last person with chips) means first place in this year PPSF. 2nd – 6th teams will shift down to their place based on the winning poker team. Meaning, your team is in third and fourth place team just took first, your team dropped to fourth as a result. If you take first in poker, the teams above your place will drop in placement. Good Luck!


TIME KILLER OCCURRENCES “TKO”: 5-minute breaks will each $100 poker cash subtract from the slacker’s possession. Unlimited slacking will result in losing dollars in poker chips. Remember we have to keep the game rolling to determine the PPSF 1st place team.


FORFIETS: Any team player caught colluding will forfeit and loss all their poker chips. No participation is a Forfeit and equals a loss.


BASIC PRE-TRAINING TIPS: Every player is dealt two cards face down – these are called your 'hole cards'. Then there is a round of betting where you can Check, Bet or Fold. This stage of the game is known as pre-flop and what you should do is dependent on those hole cards, or starting hand. That and watch a YouTube a video.

  • 1st – $300
  • 2nd – Prizes
  • 3rd – Prizes

Event Updates Sign Up

No Spam - Only latest news, price and activity updates

Tickets

First inaugural fee is $150 for all players



Sponsors
$50
  • Spectator Admission
  • Special Thanks
  • Your name on website
  • Sponsor Certificate
Buy now
Hot!
New/Returning Players
$150
  • PPSF Admission
  • Beer, Soda, Coffee and Water
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Free Pain & Laughter
Buy now
New Player
$200
  • PPSF Admission
  • Beer, Soda, Coffee and Water
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Free Pain & Laughter
Buy now

Get more info for PPSF!

Register today to receive the latest event updates and information!



Register

Sponsors

companies that support us