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Tournaments / Courses set for MAC 2017 course directors?
« on: July 31, 2017, 02:00:57 PM »
Just wondering are the courses set for this weekend?  I know SMP is.  Thank you Mike.
What about the rest of them?
Anyone have pin layouts per course too please?  Thank you.

General Banter / BOD meeting in December 2016
« on: November 17, 2016, 11:54:06 AM »

Is there a date scheduled?

Tournaments / Any feedback on Bear Hollow in Ava, MO?
« on: October 25, 2016, 11:40:00 AM »
I see some locals are attending. I've never played it. What's it like?  Yes I'll check dg review too but looking for personal experiences too please.

8th Annual Disc Golf Monkey Finale Sponsored by Dynamic Discs

Tournaments / 2016 Frontier Open
« on: September 11, 2016, 04:41:46 PM »
Way to go TALLguy, Elizabeth and Mike Mike.  :D

And lookie here, except for one rd, all three players rated higher each rd too.  :o

Well done kcfdc Am's. Well Done!!!  :)

Legacy Park - Lee's Summit / About Legacy forthcoming changes
« on: July 17, 2016, 09:34:29 AM »
Eric Eastwood re: Legacy. Came previously to the Board and requested new sleeves and did some additional work out there. Since that time, Eric has established relationship with Lees Summit Parks Dept and those who work on the course, mowing has gotten better, trees were added. There has been approval for 10-15 more pins for more placements at the course and Eric would also like to add some additional teepads. Wants to tackle these items one at a time but is requesting around $500 to add 15 new sleeves with PVC pipes for when not in use. Kelly makes a motion to approve up to $600 for these additions. Crispian seconds this motion. All Board members present approve.

Does this mean Legacy is now affiliated with KCFDC?

Eric, what ideas do you have for changes?

What new pin placements?

New tee pads where?

Is the course getting more land to utilize, like across the ravine behind long #7?   ;)

Thank you KCFDC BOD and KCFDC members.
Thank you Eric, Boyd and Big Dan and anyone else I may have missed supporting the Legacy course and league.

When will the course be established for tournament play Scott? Ty,ty,tyvm...

(another great local tourney  :D (all weekend though  ;) if you've never played (Big Shunga  :o , Lake Shawnee  8)  and Lake Shawnee Temp  ;D , and Crestview GOLD  ;) )

General Banter / Any glow rounds going on somewhere?
« on: July 07, 2016, 09:57:54 PM »

A friendly reminder to all our Pro class members - registration for the 2016 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships to be held in Emporia, KS on August 6-13, 2016 is currently open to ALL current Pro PDGA members.  If you wish to play at Pro Worlds it is highly recommended that you register in the next two days because starting at Midnight (Thursday night/Friday Morning) registration will open to those PDGA Amateur class members who have a high enough rating.

All the Pro Worlds information is available at:

Click on "Download Event Schedule and Course Assignments" for .pdf of tentative schedule (subject to change)

General Banter / Minnesota health officials warn of fatal tick bites
« on: June 28, 2016, 01:44:19 PM »
(awareness is key)

Health officials in Minnesota are warning about Lyme-infected tick bites that attack the heart and cause sudden cardiac death. The state recorded the first fatal case of what is called Lyme carditis last year, and another man recently reported the illness, Fox 9 reported.

Steve Stolz told the news site that he noticed his heart was beating at a slower pace while walking up a hill. He went to the emergency room where doctors determined a tick bite disturbed the electrical system of his heart.

“Sixty-five percent of patients with Lyme carditis are men and typically younger, ages 15 to 40,” Dr. Alex Campbell of the Minneapolis Heart Institute, told Fox 9. “Nobody understands why, but that’s what we see.”

The bacteria from the bite burrows into the heart muscle, which causes the electrical signals that keep the heart beating to short circuit. This can cause the heart to slow to a stop or develop a potentially fatal fast rhythm, Fox 9 reported.

“The heart will stop pumping blood and you pass out and that’s a sudden death,” Campbell told Fox 9.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), only one percent of patients with Lyme disease will develop Lyme carditis. The condition can be treated with antibiotics or a temporary pace maker.

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