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3 votes for lakeside. Anybody be disappointed if we don't play prairie center second round?

4 votes

I'm driving out tomorrow to practice for the day.  You're welcome to join me.

Legacy Park - Lee's Summit / Re: NOTICE. Current course conditions.
« on: August 21, 2014, 12:41:34 PM »
Legacy disc golf course, although open to the public, is currently unplayable.  The grass is way too tall. 
During my putting practice today on the basket for hole 8 long, I saw three groups struggle to find their discs after every shot even though they landed safely on the fairway.

That's Legacy for ya.  Every year they have a different crew out there. I contacted them.

You may want too also.

Tournaments / Re: Mighty Shunga Open September 20-21
« on: August 19, 2014, 05:15:35 PM »
There was some issues with Shunga last spring (discussed on Topeka's facebook page).  I wasn't sure if the city was going to let them use it again or not.  I was hoping for confirmation from LS Discs.

Lars said "Yes, all four courses will be used."

Tournaments / Re: Mighty Shunga Open September 20-21
« on: August 19, 2014, 02:47:39 PM »
Last year they played four rounds, one on each course, and Crestview was long, "Gold."


*PLEASE NOTE: Players can use any and all PDGA approved discs.

However, only players who exclusively use Trilogy plastic (Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, and Westside Discs) are eligible for the bonus payout.

General Banter / Re: Worlds
« on: August 13, 2014, 01:58:47 PM »
We battle every year with someone that decides to hold a "sanctioned" event against the Leo's Roar....don't they know we are King of the Jungle? ??? ::) :o

Obviously Jack, they didn't hear your roar in Marshall.  ;)

General Banter / Re: Worlds * * * SAT AUG 16 MARSHALL OPEN * * *
« on: August 13, 2014, 11:50:05 AM »
I'll be in Marshall; enjoy!

* * * Come challenge yourself on two of the most diverse courses - a combination of WW, Wyco, RD Down Under, and Cliff Drive, IMHO that is.

Marshall Open

Event Info

    Date: 16-Aug-2014
    Location: Marshall, MO, United States
    Tournament Director: Russel Burns
    Asst. Tournament Director: Jonathan Parsons
    Phone: 417-818-7165
    Online Registration Online Registration

Cliff Drive / Re: Work day Saturday August 8&9 at Cliff Drive
« on: August 06, 2014, 04:48:04 PM »
who is coming to help this Saturday or Sunday?

I'm in for a lil while until my knee gives out.  What time will you be there Sat Jack?

::)   Under the conditions..pouring rain..Loomis did a pretty good job actually....The smoking ban. I was smoke free entire round, but I did see plenty of people smoking.I saw one player with a dog..thought that was against rules.Gum should be body likes stepping in gum...
i would love to hear loomis side of the story,loomis,loomis..............loomis

Please, don't start giving him some credit.  He knew exactly what he was doing.  The PDGA clearly has rules and regulations for inclement weather.  We didn't need to hear his version nor his delivery, added prose and indiscretions of other players too, added on.

An explanation is not warranted.

An apology is - to the entire disc golf community of the 2014 MAC @ Waterworks.

essentially he made his own rules that contradicted the some PDGA rules in a nutshell on top of belittling competitors.

Again though I feel that this was resolved very well by Scott for the future.

Belittled is putting it mildly but I'll let it go.

Thank you Jack for handling this in a professional manner with DD and Scott.  I will disregard my email to them.

fyi loomis you might want to be a little more friendly when giving your instructions for the round at ww today,sounds like you got a big head for no reason

I concur.  He talked with authority and we had to confirm it both verbally and in writing.  I've never been so "put on the spot" before the round.

An most unusual way to address all the rules and regulations.   We felt like we were in elementary school and didn't know the rules?  Really?  Come on Loomis.

Still, you "were" the Power To Be today, we had to respect you, nod our heads, "Yes Sir" and "No Sir", and sign next to our names acknowledging that we understood what was being "told" to us.

Always a first ...

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