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Tournaments / Re: 27th Memorial Championship presented by Discraft
« on: February 27, 2015, 04:18:54 pm »
Happened to eMac a few years back at the KCWO.  Some people...

Leagues / Re: 2015 Summer Leagues
« on: February 27, 2015, 03:44:16 pm »
I thought Jordan was going to run Bad Rock but I could take a whack at it. maybe on Fridays???? or wednesdays

I've got some other items that I need to work on that are keeping me away from committing to a weekly league.  I will do my best to be out there when I can so let me know if you need help every now and again and I'll try to be there.  I also have keys so if they need to be moved I can either move baskets or let the city know we'd like them moved.

Anybody going to make it out before the tourney to shovel teepads?  SMP is quite the hike for me or I would do it myself.  It would be MUCH appreciated!!!

General Banter / Re: Gateway? Gateway!
« on: February 06, 2015, 01:59:14 pm »
I prefer the Chalky Wizards myself.  The Wizard is also all that I throw from them, but those suckers catch...when I hit metal that is :)

General Banter / Re: The 'Official' ACE Thread!
« on: February 06, 2015, 01:58:29 pm »
hit a birthday ace this morning on hole 4 at Bad Rock Creek, during FTL on a straight line max weight trophy Suspect. it's a little heavier now with all that chain residue and signatures. Witnessed by Harold, the general and Zinc. 203 George Washingtons will decide on the beers!

That's an awesome ace, let's see if you can do it in the summer when the trees grow in!!!

General Banter / Re: 2015 KC Schedule and surrounding area
« on: February 05, 2015, 08:32:21 am »
Agree with Eric.  Just schedule it and we'll do our best to be there.  June just tends to be a very busy month.  Weeknights would always be easier for me than eating up a weekend, so I think Joe may have a good idea.  Although, I do know 5:00 will be tough for most.  I get off work at 4:30, but many don't.

Barter Town / Re: FSOT Mega Thread
« on: February 05, 2015, 08:27:04 am »
That guy has no fewer than five ROCS in his bag at any time :)

And it shouldn't be any other way.

General Banter / Re: 2015 KC Schedule and surrounding area
« on: February 04, 2015, 02:52:50 pm »
Not sure who is throwing in the towel exactly.  The BEast side will be bringing it all square against the LOWest side this year.

General Banter / Re: 2015 KC Schedule and surrounding area
« on: February 04, 2015, 02:36:09 pm »
As with all events it is hard to pick a day that works for everyone. We plan a date and we do it.

As for the Wide Open, there will be some work being done on the courses. I don't think the EvsW really is going to get in the way that much. I would just roll with it.

Just a thought here but why is it every year the East side players have something to whine about. I think we should add the "No Wimps No Whiners" tagline to this event to help curb some of that...

I'll do my best to play it again this year.  I've been out the last two years, once due to injury and the other due to conflict.  I'm 1 for 1 on championships and plan to help the East side bring it back this year if I can.  Also, it's not whining.  It's stating the fact that two of the players who could definitely contribute to the East side have been out the last couple years.  Time to even up the score.  C'mon Eric, find a way!  Tired of this crap, even if we do have to have a Gayhawker lead us to victory.   

General Banter / Re: 2015 KC Schedule and surrounding area
« on: February 04, 2015, 01:58:08 pm »
I tend to agree with Eric.  This is usually a problem for me as well.  Shouldn't we be focusing on getting our courses ready for the Wide Open this close to the tournament anyway instead of playing? 

Not sure how the tournament thing works, 1st timer here.   Does the card you play with/on stay the same through both rounds?   (with this event or others?)

The first round is done at random and the second round will be done based on scores from the previous round.  So to answer your question, yes and no.  If you all shoot the same score you might be on the same card again but chances are that the cards will change from round to round.

General Banter / Re: MVP? MVP! or even Axiom!
« on: February 02, 2015, 03:19:06 pm »
I'll bust out a Vector on occasion.  I know I was crazy about it at first...but then I realized why I liked it so flew like a roc!!  However, at the end of its flight it had more fade than I liked. 

Barter Town / Re: DD Ranger Bag Wanted
« on: January 27, 2015, 11:26:04 am »
I am looking to buy a Ranger bag if anyone is selling...

I'm sure DD has a few in stock  ;D :o

B-Tier no you don't A-Tier or anything above you do need to be a current PDGA member, but the B/C/X-Tiers you don't need to be.

Just know that you'll be charged an additional $10 on top of your entry fee if you're not a PDGA member.  If you plan to play more than 5 tournaments in a year, it is definitely worth your money to become a member.

Never played a 'real' tourney.  I am a bogey to par type player.  I have been playing super causal rounds for a few years.  I am not trying to win anything, just want to get involved.  Is this a good one for me to dip my toe in on?  I guess my biggest fear isn't my play or score, its just holding a card up b/c i have to throw 2-3 more strokes a hole......  Suggestions or Advice for this noob?

Bogey golf isn't anything to be ashamed of!  If it is your first tournament I would suggest playing in the recreational or intermediate division as these would probably be similar skill level players.  The entry fees are cheaper and you'd be able to get a players pack as well I'm sure!

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