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General Banter / Re: McBeast Challenge at Rosedale Park May 15th
« on: May 09, 2016, 04:01:49 pm »
Paul and Nate said they use Pay Pal and Cash for the tourney entry.

General Banter / Re: McBeast Challenge at Rosedale Park May 15th
« on: May 06, 2016, 02:27:05 pm »
It a clinic after the tournament round. If you want to play the tournament you would pay $35 for two discs and use your own putter, and then play the tourney.  Come on out and play!

General Banter / McBeast Challenge at Rosedale Park May 15th
« on: May 04, 2016, 02:23:19 pm »
Come meet Paul and Nate at Rosedale Park for a McBeast Challenge.

General Banter / Re: Anyone wanna get a round in today?
« on: May 03, 2016, 11:00:01 am »
Check out the league schedule thats where you will meet some folks to play with.

General Banter / Down Under Trash
« on: April 04, 2016, 12:14:28 pm »
I would like to thank Jay Rivard, David Zentz and Danny Knox for emptying the trash barrels Down Under and hauling 33 bags of trash to the curb for the city to pick up! Please remember to Pack It Out if you take anything Down Under and remind the other people you see down there also.

General Banter / Re: Work Days at WYCO and Rosedale Parks
« on: March 07, 2016, 02:59:11 pm »
Can someone Tech Savy post this on both Facebook pages also, Thanks

General Banter / Work Days at WYCO and Rosedale Parks
« on: March 07, 2016, 02:57:37 pm »
Just wanted to bring a to everyone's attention a couple of guys that have worked at these courses since it started warming up this 2016 year. The WYCO Parks Department is a little slow for these few months and help us out with projects during this time of the year so its great to have a few people that can work during the week to coordinate with the Parks and get a few big projects done.
John Parks III know as P-III and Mark Hogins have been working for two months and are now into the 3 rd month on these projects. These guys have recruited a few others to help along the way also. The projects are spreading wood mulch and asphalt chips at the two Parks on almost every tee pad and pin placement that had muddy areas. They also have laid pieces of wood in areas of erosion and back filled with wood mulch. Another project was opening up by trimming the over grown hole 4 at WYCO and built wood steps to make that hole playable again. There has been two crossover walkways at Rosedale between hole 13 and 14 for easy access.

I sent this volunteer hours list to the head of the WYCO Parks Department.
Here is a list of volunteer hours so far this year: John Parks III and Mark Hogins did the majority of the volunteering along with a few other people. 
Rosedale Park
1/27- 8 hrs John Parks III
1/31- 4 hrs John Parks III
2/1- 5 hrs John Parks III
2/2-  12 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins plus three helpers who just stopped playing and helped for an hour
2/4- 12 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins plus two helpers who just stopped playing and helped for an hour
2/5- 10 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/10- 6 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/15- 3 hrs John Parks III
2/17- 9 hrs John Parks III
2/18- 5 hrs John Parks III
2/19- 12 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/22- 6 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
3/2- 20 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins, Ed, Jim and Tom

2/10- 7 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/11- 8 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/12- 3 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/18- 6 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/23- 16 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
2/26- 14 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
3/3- 8 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins
3/4- 13.5 hrs John Parks III, Mark Hogins

Please if you see these guys SAY THANK YOU to them and let them know they are appreciated. They won't ask for the acknowledgement but I will ask for them.   

Thank you again for all of your help also!

General Banter / Re: New Bridge at Rosedale
« on: January 29, 2016, 09:12:56 am »
Thanks to John Parks III and the Wyco Parks

Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl 2016
« on: January 27, 2016, 02:21:04 pm »
So Jack we are meeting at 8 am?

Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl 2016
« on: January 25, 2016, 07:49:54 am »
1. Is there a list of items needed for Sunday that you need people to bring? 

2. I will be bringing the Generator out there on Sunday morning.

3. I believe we will need extension cords and plug in strips for the Chili Pots.

4. Jack I will be at Swope to help you set up at What time will we meet? Like 8-9 am?

5. Will you need additional help on Saturday at Swope setting up and what will they bring?

Cliff Drive / Re: 2016 League Plan
« on: January 04, 2016, 03:00:58 pm »
You should have a league night once a week it will be confusing to have leagues on certain days of the month when there are 4.3 weeks average in a month. I see playing one week night at BV but I'm sure you will get the crowd back to Cliff the other 3 nights of the month. All of the leagues slowed a couple of years ago and they have all come back strong except for WYCO which is a tough night.
Come on Jack you can make it happen! 

Leagues / Re: 2016 Regular league Season
« on: January 04, 2016, 02:54:19 pm »
Scott will have a better idea but Heritage might be a league option?

Leagues / Re: 2016 Regular league Season
« on: January 04, 2016, 02:53:15 pm »
Typically we have leagues run from April-September here in KC.

I am going to put in historically what we have been looking at for leagues in the KC area.  As we start the new year, please be mindful that there are current leagues running around in town during the "off season"  they include:

Monday-Glow Olathe PC

Wednesday-Glow Harmon Park

Thursday-Glow Water Works

Saturday-Down Under @ 12:30

There are a few other "leagues for fun" you can read about or find on courses out there as well.

Most of those leagues start at 6, you can find more information in each of the appropriate parks thread. 

The regular league season constitutes typically paying $5 for the league and an additional $1 for the ace fund.  Those individuals that are current KCFDC members do receive a $1 discount to play.


Olathe's Prairie Center and Lake Olathe's courses (aka Birdland) they alternate months check site to see information.

Rosedale-New Players League Night (Free to play)

Rosedale-Ladies Night Out (Free to play)

Cliff Drive and Blue Valley (2016 will alternate between the 2 courses with the 1st Monday being at Blue Valley and the 3rd Monday at Cliff in the last few years this has been a PDGA League, and will be again this year) Northeast League Night- So Cliff wont be played except once a month?


Swope Park

Shawnee Mission Park (Mike has held PDGA Leagues here, I expect he will again at some point this year) Mike is the league director at SMP

Old Pike (NON-KCFDC league, but still fun place to play)


Rosedale- Jason Pennington is the league director

Blue Springs?????--Sorta fell apart last year, looking for help to support it again this year


Water Works--You know it, be there!

Pleasant Hill-Beginners League-Low entry or none


WyCo--Looking for help running it this year again, Beckett has stated he will do quite a bit, but looking for those that will help when he can't
Beckett would be great running this league and after the first couple of leagues he will have the backup he needs, and I believe Mark said he would step in from time to time to cover a league night.

Legacy Park--Mixed formats

If I missed anything or anyone (Rob??? uncertain your plans this year with Wandering) please put it in here.  I believe that Eric Kolkmeier will be the actual director of leagues so you if you prefer to PM him about your plans that is ok as well.

Looking forward to another great year of disc golf in Kansas City!

No word yet. If your a resident please continue to send emails to the parks department and the local rep for your area. Thanks

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