I was the "solo" guy; was a good learning experience, a bit frustrating on first day because RO's gave me half the time they gave the teams (90 vs 180 seconds), which did not take into account that the team members both set up in about 1 minute simultaneously and each shot for 1 minute consecutively. I asked ROs on second day to level out the playing field by giving me 2 minutes (1min setup, 1 min shoot), which they were easy on. But 50% of personal amounted to less than 50% of effort, as the beauty of team effort is spotting, helping and sharing gear with each other plus the peer support/pressure. Would recommend that host has one RO on the bench that can jump in as a partner, kind of like the designated player caddie in golf.Registration is per person because you need to sign the release of liability. There is a section where you fill out your team mate. If you don’t have one, leave it blank. They will pick someone if there is another solo sign up or you run the match solo. I think there was someone last year who didn’t have a partner and shot solo.