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Tournaments / Disc Golf Day 2016 - May 28 @ Swope Park
« on: April 26, 2016, 08:36:50 pm »
Kansas City Flying Disc Club presents Disc Golf Day!

Attention Kansas City area disc golfers: Mark your calendars for the 12th Annual Kansas City Disc Golf Day.

Disc Golf Day is about celebrating disc golf in Kansas City with new and old friends by enjoying food and drink and playing golf and other games. Once again, DGD will be a fundraiser for the Kansas City Wide Open. Disc Golf Day is also a wonderful opportunity to introduce new people to the joys of disc golf.

For $20, players receive a commemorative disc and tee shirt, BBQ lunch, and a chance to win lots of cool prizes. The Kansas City Flying Disc Club will be providing the barbecue, some sides, and beverages. Everyone is invited to bring other sides, chips, and desserts to share.

The raffle prizes— , Innova DISCatcher baskets, Innova bags, shirts, signed collectible discs and more!—will be given away in a drawing at the end of the day. Prizes will vary from CTP's to raffle style like we did last year. Some prizes will be randomly drawn from completed score cards. Must be present to win scorecard drawing; do not need to be present to win CTP or Raffle items.

ONLINE REGISTRATION:
(TO BE UPDATED SOON)

SCHEDULE

All Day: Pick up your individual scorecard, form your group, and play a round. Turn in your scorecard by 3 pm for a chance to win some awesome prizes.
11am–2pm: BBQ Lunch (thanks to Parker’s Kansas City BBQ!). Feel free to bring sides, chips, desserts, etc. (Beverages provided by the KCFDC)
3:30pm: Raffle drawing for awesome prizes.
 

WHEN: May 28, 2016 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
WHERE: Swope Park Disc Golf Course (6900 Elmwood Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64132)
COST: $20 (plus raffle tickets, larger sized shirts, hats, custom discs)

CALENDAR / EVENT INFO:
(TO BE UPDATED)

FORUM:


EVENT COORDINATOR:
Nate Zier (660) 349-6381



STILL NEED: I'm looking for some Rockstar volunteers to help out this day with registration, vending KCFDC merchandise, etc. Please shoot me a text or Facebook message if you're available to help.

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Prairie Center / Re: 04-11-16 PC MINI
« on: April 12, 2016, 10:02:32 am »
Hey Cade, I sent you a friend request on facebook. Touch base with me about deposit and stuff so I can get checks to these guys expeditiously. Don't want to Jay Cram anybody this year.... yes, I just used Jay Cram as a verb.

Otter, that's what I was thinking is that it would be 176/2 = 88/2 = 44. 88+44 = 132 leaving $44 in the ace fund. $132/2 = $66 each - $20 KCFDC renewal for a check to each for $46. I'm asking Kolkmeier to verify the accuracy of that statement.

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Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: League -Tuesday, April 5th at 6pm
« on: April 05, 2016, 10:50:06 pm »
12 players out for the first night of Wilbur Young league. Joe Mangiaracina is running as league director this year for Wilbur Young and it stands to be a good one. The wind and course were brutal as always with a good combination of long and short pin placements. Everybody agreed to play open tonight, might not happen again if Slim is going to shoot like that.

Slim Belcher - 55 - $14
Charles Bryan - 58 - $10
Kevin Weiss - 59 - $6
Aaron Shanahan - 59 - $6
Scott Murphy - 61 (he's new to town, and a good player)
Frank M - 65
Collin C - 65
Nate Zier - 67
Joseph Mangiaracina - 67
Rob Jackson - 68
Ben Whitesel - 75
Tyler Carlisle - 76

Tyler seemed like a new league player, did anybody talk to him about other leagues etc.?

Just posting these for Joe, if he wants to get as fancy as some of you other league directors that's on him. Be on the lookout for some disc giveaways later this season from a couple guys out there for showing some course love. Thanks John Theiss for bringing out a few brews for everyone to have on the first league night. Hopefully see you out there soon.

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General Banter / Re: East Side TEAM page
« on: March 25, 2016, 08:12:46 pm »
I asked Zeke about this the other day. He indicated that City of Fountains would be used. Hes considering Paradise Diamond and maybe a Cliff/BV league night. He wasn't sure on Paradise Diamond or the league, but was pretty confident about city of fountains.

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General Banter / Re: Two-Step C Tier - Joplin, MO
« on: March 25, 2016, 08:10:14 pm »
Thanks Steve. Can't believe my score held on, I thought for sure someone from the card behind me would shoot better. I was all over the board today. I had a LOT of birdies, just couldn't save par when it mattered. I'll be out at Swope tomorrow afternoon, but might try to get a couple afternoon rounds in next week.

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General Banter / Re: Two-Step C Tier - Joplin, MO
« on: March 22, 2016, 09:34:25 pm »
What time are you leaving, how long are you staying afterwards?

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Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: Will Young have a spring cleanup day?
« on: March 19, 2016, 05:08:01 am »
Joe Mangiaracina is slated to run league out there John. I'm not sure what day he's looking at.

I've created a volunteer tracking tool which I'm trying to get used by course coordinators so we can more easily track hours and use these as advocacy pieces when pursuing parks assistance or support.

Doug, I validated and recognized the good work you were doing there and at other courses, please don't dismiss that and focus on solely the other side of that post. If you organize a work day and publicize it we have some work day funds available for lunch etc.

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Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: Will Yates have a spring cleanup day?
« on: March 16, 2016, 11:14:09 pm »
Are you talking about Wilbur Young or William Yates?

Doug and I were talking about the trash issues at Young last week and trying to figure out a work day. If you want to come to a board meeting to discuss your plan to pick up trash or ways to support efforts that's great, but please don't come to a board meeting just to complain about golfers not picking up trash. We have enough people who like to talk, we need more people who will do something about it. Thank you for doing something about it while you were out there today. I haven't made it out to Wilbur Young in a while, even though I live relatively closely.

If you're having parks issues, and want to contact the park, and aren't sure who the course coordinator is please feel free to email me. My contact information is readily available on the board contacts part of the website.

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Winter Leagues / Re: dg NOMAD Glow!
« on: February 19, 2016, 02:10:42 pm »
Im all game for glow to start, we will have to start at 7 because daylight saving is early this year.

Eric or Nate: Are the glow chains in club storage? I should be free after 3pm anytime in the next week or two to pick those up.

I think Jeff G actually has them himself right now. I'll ask him.

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Winter Leagues / Re: dg NOMAD Glow!
« on: February 16, 2016, 06:44:21 pm »
i would be down for a month of bad glow in march at stocksdale park in liberty

Let's do it.

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Leagues / Re: Call for Summer Leagues
« on: February 15, 2016, 10:49:59 pm »
Any word on when the meeting will be?

I think we're looking at the second week of March. Eric would be able to chime in with better information.

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Leagues / Re: Call for Summer Leagues
« on: February 12, 2016, 09:38:23 pm »
;)  Sunday Dubs at Pleasant hill, Lakeshore disc golf course...
5 gets you in with 1.00$ optional Ace Fund, 100% payout.
Start date and end date ...not determined as of this post.

This isn't really the place for this Steve. This is a call for Club sponsored leagues in the summer. You're certainly welcome to run a club sponsored league but two things would have to change in the format. First, it'd be advantageous to join the club yourself. Second, as with all club sponsored cash leagues, $1 would go to the club. This would provide accounting mechanics for ace funds as well as liability insurance for golfers on the course. There have been some exceptions to our $3/1/1 breakdown, such as at Legacy where it's $7 with a breakdown of $5 payout/$1 club/$1 ace fund.  This does meet the call of Aaron for another league out at Pleasant Hill this season that isn't just a new players league. I like the idea, so let's talk about it.

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Blue Valley / Re: Course closure dates 2016
« on: February 04, 2016, 09:23:05 pm »
If anybody can get out and watch this race, Cyclocross races are pretty awesome.

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Friday rounds are killing me.... Might have to play rec.

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Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl 2016
« on: February 01, 2016, 09:47:34 pm »
Anybody know who won Chili contest?
I tried 4 different ones, and they were all great.

Also how much money was actually raised....or is that some kind of secret?

It takes some time to calculate expenses and revenue. We always post the amount and then present the agencies with a big check.

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