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2017 Kansas City Mini Series
« on: December 17, 2016, 06:48:44 PM »
I have attached the 2017 KC MIni Series as it lies today.

The Kansas City Mini Series is a series of events that are hosted by organizers that wish to be a part of the series.  It is designed for players to be able to compete within the Kansas City area and be rewarded for a season of good play and a way for other players to measure their skill level.

The Kansas City Mini Series will consist of 10 events.
•   Frostbreaker - Feb 18th - C Tier - Shawnee Mission - (MA2,FA2,MG1,MS1,MA3,FA3)
•   Frosbreaker - Feb 19th - C Tier - Shawnee Mission - (MPO,MPM.MPG,FPO,MA1,FA1,MM1)
•   Kan-U-Wyco - March 11th - B Tier - Wyandotte Co Park - (MPO,MPM.MPG,FPO,MA1,FA1,MM1)
•   Rosedale Cup - March 11th - B Tier - Rosedale Top (MA2,FA2,MG1,MS1,MA3,FA3)
•   Kan-U-Wyco - March 12th - B Tier - Wyandotte Co Park - (MA2,FA2,MG1,MS1,MA3,FA3)
•   Rosedale Cup - March 12th - B Tier - Rosedale Top - (MPO,MPM.MPG,FPO,MA1,FA1,MM1)
•   City of Fountains - May 7th - B Tier - Blue Valley/Cliff Drive
•   Paradise Diamond - May 21st - B Tier - Smithville
•   Heritage Hills - July 1st - B Tier - Heritage/Lakeside Hills
•   Old Settlers Open - Sept 2nd - B Tier - Lakeside and Prairie Center
•   Mighty Mo - October 14th - B Tier - Waterworks/Cliff Drive
•   Bad Rock Creek Open - October 15th - B Tier - Liberty
     Platypus Open - Nov 5th - C Tier - Lake Perry
•   Kansas City Mini Series Finale/Skins - Nov 12th - C Tier - Heritage

How the Kansas City Mini Series Works?
First, you attend the event and play just like you would do any other time.  At the end of the event, I will take the results and give points based on how many people you have a better score than overall.  If you have the best score of the tournament, then you would have beaten 100% of the field, which would give you 100 points.  If you beat 85% of the tournament, than you will be awarded 85 points and so on.  You are awarded points based on your best 5 out of 10 events.  The top 40% of the players who attend 4 of the 9 events will be awarded an end of season bonus payout.

This structure allows you to be rewarded for a season of good play and is not dictated by a single event.


Which Divisions will be available?
All divisions will be offered as long as the division has the required amount of players (3) to complete a division.  If a division that is offered below does not have at least three players who have played in 5 of the 10 events, that division will be merged with the closest division.

What if I play in multiple divisions?
A person will be assigned to the division in which they have competed the majority of the time in or have declared they are officially moving up.  The division that was played the majority of the time for the four events they are receiving points for will be the division assigned.  If they have equally two different divisions (Example, 2 Intermediate and 2 Advanced), you will be placed in the division that your average is the highest in)

For example, if a players plays an open tournament and receives 80 points and has 3 advanced events with points of 85, 87 and 90, then this player would be assigned to the Advanced Division.  We will monitor this as much as possible to keep competition fair.

What are the rewards per division?
All Pro Divisions will be awarded with Cash and Amateur Divisions will be awarded with Dynamic Discs Gift Certificates.

Facebook Group Page for the Kansas City Mini Series
https://www.facebook.com/KansasCityMiniSeries

KC Mini Series Standings
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1oxeWE_r89kXU66B34tUkCGat3fSxMnvOQOnFGYOfjmY/edit?usp=sharing
« Last Edit: May 23, 2017, 09:32:23 PM by DDKC Scott Reek »
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Re: 2017 Kansas City Mini Series
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2017, 11:05:07 AM »
The 2017 KC Mini Series standings are up to date, with 3 more events to go.

Mighty Mo (Oct 14th)
Bad Rock Creek (Oct 15th)
Rippit Open (Nov 5th)

You must have 5 events in order to have a chance at winning the division and qualify for the Nov 12th Skins match at Heritage Park (more details to come) 

Nov 12th is also the KC Mini Series Finale which is a 1 round C Tier at Heritage that anyone can participate in however the more events you have dictates your entry fee.  If you have 5 or more, it is FREE!!

We currently have the following on pace for KC Mini Series Perfect Attendance Award
@Robert Uitts
Aaron Stevens
Peter Bures
Thomas Ostaszewski
Billy Willingham
Ja Ck (Jack Lupardus)
Chad Kelley

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oxeWE_r89kXU66B34tUkCGat3fSxMnvOQOnFGYOfjmY
Scott A Reek
KCFDC Board of Directors - President
PDGA Kansas State Coordinator

2017 Kansas City Wide Open TD
2018 Professional Masters World Championship TD

PDGA# 12824
KCFDC #570