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Water Works / 5/5 Water Works
« on: May 06, 2005, 07:36:33 AM »
Another lovely evening for the 32 that came out for golf at Water Works.

Top Scores:

Open (9)

The Who Man  48   $15
Fred Smith   49   $10

Masters (12)

Ted Keith 53   $15
Brian Gammon  54  $10
Tom Butler  55  $5

Advanced (11)

Dirk Hacker  56  $11
Ken Hosteteler  57  $7
Ben Taylor  57  $7
Craig Walker  58  $2
Rick Mollenkamp  58  $2
House  58  $2
Fred Netherton  58 $2

Water Works / 4/28 Water Works
« on: April 30, 2005, 06:49:50 AM »
32 for league on a cool but nice evening.

Hot Scores:

Open (7)

Mike D (open)  47  $15
Fred Smith  52  $10

Masters (15)

Terry Adams  48  $20
Henry Po  49  $15
Brian Gammon  51  $10
Doug Kantro  52  $5

Advanced (10)

Craig Walker  52  $10
Ken Hostetler  55  $8
Fred Fortson  55  $5
Ben Taylor  56  $4
Vlad  57  $2
Joe R  57  $2

Water Works / 4/21 Water Works
« on: April 30, 2005, 06:43:14 AM »
18 for non-club doubles on a rainy evening at Water Works. Tornado sirens blaring as we began the round. Conditions varied wildly hole to hole. One hole the wind might be howling and next might be dead calm. The six in my group were huddled under two umbrella's on hole 15 with the rain and hail afallin down... we were a bit envious of that group under the trees on 16. Timing...

Steve Hoog - Kevin Corbett  -5    $50
Jamie Barry - Fred Fortson  -4     $30
Doug Kantro - Ben   -2    $10

Water Works / 4/14 Water Works League
« on: April 30, 2005, 06:34:17 AM »
Hey Joe,

Great to hear your report and that you will be visiting!

Look forward to seeing you next month.


General Banter / Guess the Google
« on: April 30, 2005, 06:30:56 AM »
That's a cool game! 104 and 193. Pretty sharp Kevin! I only got 193 because the word was right in the pix on three of them.

General Banter / message board
« on: April 16, 2005, 10:21:04 AM »
I mass delete a large percentage of Topica emails without opening. It is really no big deal.

I agree that we should have both. Topica is great for getting word out about work days and important club info, I would just like to see less trivial stuff posted there. Again, no big deal at all.

This site and discussion board give us a greater public presence. Puts a lot of local info out there for anyone to see and use and is a good place for new (non-topica) players to get information. I always seek out area club sites before traveling to see what the golf scene is like and have found active sites to be helpful.

So, I guess my final answer would be... leave things the way they are :c)

Water Works / 4/14 Water Works League
« on: April 16, 2005, 09:44:23 AM »
Yep. He shot 56 the first week too. All that Cliff Drive play seems to have advanced his game.

A more unlikely happening was me finishing ahead of The Who Man.

C'mon Who.. sign up for Masters again... I dare ya!

Hah! It was obviously one of those days that I was on my best game and he had a bad round.

Water Works / 4/14 Water Works League
« on: April 15, 2005, 06:14:42 AM »
34 for singles league on just about a perfect evening in the park. Light breeze and temp about 70. Nice course setup with some short birdie holes and some long tough ones.

In the money:

Open (eight)

Chris Hall   51   $15
Kevin Corbett  52   $10

Masters (13)

Ted Keith  51   $20
Brian Guthrie  53   $10
Who Man  53   $10

Advanced (13)

Ken Hostetler  55   $12
Kurt Miller   56   $9
Fred Netherton  57   $7
Rick Mollenkamp  58   $4
TJ Ring  58   $4
Ben Taylor  58   $4

General Banter / Tag Challenges?
« on: April 14, 2005, 07:04:32 AM »
Part of the problem I think was that the tags had to be purchased and there was zero chance of any return. Bragging rights only.

I believe the cost of getting the tags is pretty minimal. Could be another recruiting tool for the club. KCFDC could spring for them and issue to all active members.

"Hey, wheredya git that? How can I get one?"

Pay out or not, it would not cost the tag holders. A small perk for joining and might lead to a few new memebers.

Water Works / 4/7 Water Works League
« on: April 08, 2005, 06:50:15 AM »
30 our for the first club league of the year at Water Works.  A cool but nice evening for golf. Pin placements a nice mix of long and short.

Hot Scores:

Open (7)

Henry Po  49
The Who Man  50
Kevin Corbett  50

Masters (12)

Mark Stiles  50
John Buckle  52
Ted Keith  54
Paul Eklund  54
Doug Kantro  54

Advanced (8)

Danny Polk  55
Kurt Miller  56
Ken Hostetler  57
Joe Rushke  59

Intermediate (3)

Brian H  59

Winter Leagues / 3/31 Water Works Glow
« on: April 01, 2005, 09:44:38 PM »
A season high 28 for the last official glow of the winter. A beautiful evening for a stroll in the park. The weather and short course made for a tight round.

Thank you to all who played for making it another great winter of Thursday Glow. Thanks to MoKan for their help with the kick off tournament. Thanks to Brad Ford for the spiffy lantern. Special thanks to TJ Ring for all the help and for passing out...... cards every week. TJ's final putt of the glow season fittingly hit the basket and rolled 60 feet.

It has now been two years since an ace has been hit in our little league. We will begin next season with the pot at $1015.

Final standings and stats will be posted at a later date.

The Who Man - Dan Coffman   -9    $70
Jamie Barry - Larry Balmer   -8   $40
Steve Wilson - John Buckle   -8    $20
Waldo - Craig Walker   -7    $10
Tom Butler - Doug Kantro   -6
CJ - Ken Hosteteler   -6
Brian Gammon - Don Nauss   -6
Ted Keith - TJ Ring    -6
Tracy - Nate Marshall   -5
Jack Lowe - Dave   -4
Mike Schupp - Fred Fortson -4
Fred Netherton - Kevin Corbett   -4
Brian Woodson - Shane Caylor   -3
Brian Guthrie - Will Love   -3

Tournaments / PP & P @ PPP
« on: March 30, 2005, 08:19:58 PM »
Thanks for the details Eric.

Pyramid Pizza and Putts at Peter Pan Park!!

Look for at least two from KC.


Beginners / Hello all
« on: March 30, 2005, 08:06:20 PM »
Good call Sean.

If you are just picking up disc golf the beginners league is a great place to start. You do have to put up with Paul... but even so it's a perfect way to learn the basics of our sport.

The other club leagues do have a weekly entry fee. Depending on interest there will be various divisions, which may include:

Masters (40+)

The Open and Masters divisions are generally paid back in cash. The amateur divisions are paid back in KC Kash. Monopoly type money that can be used to purchase discs or other club merchandise.


Winter Leagues / 3/24 Water Works Glow
« on: March 25, 2005, 08:47:30 AM »
20 for doubles on a cool damp evening. Heavy wet air and a light mist on and off.

Hot Scores:

Brian Gammon - Ted Keith   -8    $60
Kevin Corbett - Brian Woodson  -7    $20
The Who Man - Dan Coffman   -7     $20

Tournaments / Peter Pan Park in Emporia...
« on: March 20, 2005, 08:14:07 AM »
Played PPP yesterday. A great little course in an awesome park!

I always thought the park was magical when I lived in Emporia and after some of my shots yesterday I still believe it is. A few drives that had no business gettng through the trees and two that were basically hanging on the river banks dry. Finished at -2.

Had a little trouble finding 17's pad and the path off of 18 got us. Funny, there was another group playing in front of us and they wandered off down the path too. It just looks like it must be the way to go. I bet a lot of people will fall for that one the first time through. At least it takes you to a nice spot on the river. :c)

Good job Emporia golfers!!


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