Welcome to the Home Page of the
Greater Washington DC Area APA
the 3rd Largest APA Franchise in the World!
Mike & Sarah Geiter ~and~ Dave & Vicki Beatty
*** FALL '15 TOPGUN RESULTS ***
Elite Performance stands out like a ton of diamonds…
Who will be crowned the best of the best?
See the calendar for more info!
Regular Singles Board:
8 player bracket – Single Elimination, Qualifies 1 - $20 entry fee
Splash Board (where possible):
16 players – Double Elimination, Qualifies 5 - $44 entry fee
Did you know…
Ø Win your Local Qualifier, you advance to your Regional Qualifier. Players who win their Regional board receive a Travel Expense Fund for playing at Nationals!
Ø You play against players of your established skill level tier at the Regional AND National events!
Ø APA National Singles Championships pays out over $500,000 in cash and prizes
In the APA, Everyone Can Play & Anyone Can Win!
8-Ball Doubles Winners!!
Monday, February 8, 2016
After a grueling 14 hours of play, we have 2 teams of winners qualified to go to Las Vegas for the Showdown Series 8 Ball Doubles Championship in April!Congratulations to Ron Newkirk and Jay Brown:And...more...
V-Day Doubles Tourney
Monday, February 8, 2016
VALENTINES DAY8BALL SCOTCH DOUBLES TOURNAMENTSpend the day doing what you love with the person you love! Location:The Bank Shot Bar & Grill3249 Laurel Fort Meade RdLaurel, MD 20724Doors open @ 10am......more...
Join the APA!
While some membership cards require you to be able to jump the cue ball, bank it off three rails and sink the 8-Ball blindfolded, getting an APA Membership Card is much easier.
Having fun, meeting new people and playing pool is what the APA is all about.. You don't have to be a pool shark, because in the APA -- everyone can play and anyone can win. The APA wants beginners and novices, because it is the AMATEUR Poolplayers Association. No other organization in pool gives ordinary players a chance to win a share of nearly $1.5 MILLION guaranteed cash and prizes paid out through its national tournaments.
How does the APA do it? It uses The Equalizer® handicap system to determine the amount of games a player has to win in order to capture the match. It allows a novice to win less games than a more-skilled opponent to win a match.
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