The Rocky Mountain Curling Invitation is an annual start-of-season competitive open event for club-based competitive curling teams hosted by Denver Curling Club. The event format is round-robin pool play with the top teams from each pool proceeding into a seeded playoff bracket.

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  • RMCI: September 19-22, 2019 at Denver Curling Club
  • Five Game Minimum, 8-end games with a 2-hour time limit
  • Maximum 16-teams, $500 Cash First Prize, Entry Fee $500
  • Entry fee includes meals and beverages

For more information please send and email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 For Colorado Teams

Registration for the 2019 RMCI Playdowns is now open for teams representing Colorado. We've reserved four spaces at the event for Colorado teams and our representatives will qualify via a playdown. Registration for the playdown is $100 per team and the four teams who qualify will pay an additional $400 per team. If necessary, playdowns will start on September 11. Playdown structure will be determined after the close of registration.

The registration deadline for Colorado teams is July 15. Registration can be found here

Interested teams must be comprised of individuals who meet one the following qualification requirements over the last 2 seasons.

  • Participated in a national event or playdown leading to a national event between Aug 15, 2017-Aug 14, 2019.
  • Travelled to at least two out of state bonspiels
  • Volunteered in the 2018 RMCI



  • The event will consist of eight-end games using the new five-rock rule.
  • As a club level event, there will be no officials or timers.
  • Teams are expected to finish in approximately two hours. The 8th end cannot start after two hours has elapsed. 
  • Ties during the round robin will be broken by a single warm draw to the button (skips rocks).  Anyone may throw the rock and anyone may sweep it.  Either handle can be thrown
  • Tie Breaking Rules
  • A warm draw to the button will be used to determine hammer.  The total distance from the pin will be used for any tie-breaking scenarios that cannot be resolved in the one planned tiebreaker draw. A full tiebreaker document will be posted before the first game
  • Teams consist of four or five people of any gender.  We prefer that at least three players be from the same club or region.  Out of town teams will be listed as their club or region.
  • WCF broom heads will not be required, but commercially available broom heads must be used (no homemade heads). Hardline brooms may not use the plastic insert. 
  • Stick curlers are welcome          

Please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions or feedback to help us plan a great event.

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