3rd Annual MayDay Memorial Surf Classic
Saturday, May 11th, 2013
Flagler Beach Pier, FL
In May of 2011, the inaugural MayDay Memorial Surf Classic went off without a hitch on the South side of the Flagler Beach Pier. The goal was set to help promote awareness of heart disease, and to honor the life of Dollie Sue Watson. Hosted by 2x East Coast Surfing Champion, and reining Miss Flagler County USA, Haley Watson, our 3rd Annual MayDay MSC is expected to be the best one yet.
Located at one of Florida’s best surf spots, The MayDay Memorial Surf Classic offers surf divisions for everyone. From short boards to long boards, “Groms” to Legends (ages 50 +), and novice to professionals, the MayDay MSC offers a wide range, and variety, of divisions for wave riders of all ages and levels!There are a total of 14 different divisions, all with prestigious titles on the line. Surfers will be battling it out all day to earn their spot in the final round of competition. The awards for the finalists at the MayDay MSC are like no other. We are proud to award trophies that are hand carved, wood surfboards, made by Ocean City Surf Company. Every trophy is hand crafted, and each award is truly one of a kind.
Spectators can bring beach chairs and umbrellas, choose a spot on the sand, and relax while enjoying a front row view of some of the best surfing that the Sunshine State has to offer. Don’t forget to visit our raffle tent to purchase tickets for a chance to win awesome prizes in the raffle drawings throughout the day!
Join us on Friday, May 10th at Finn’s Beachside Pub in Flagler Beach for the kick off/ registration party from 6-9 pm. The renown reggae band Scholar’s Word will be jammin’ the stage, and be sure to place your bids for some of our many silent auction prizes.
Surf competition begins at 8 am sharp on Saturday, May 11th on the south side of the Flagler Beach Pier. We are honored to donate all of the proceeds from the event to the cardiolgy center at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, FL, to continue the fight against heart disease.