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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!

I presume P&R made it out to move baskets before the event? 

Shawnee Mission / Re: Christmas presents
« on: January 14, 2015, 08:04:11 pm »
And others can't take a joke.  I promise Peter is doing everything he can to get the course set up in time.

Shawnee Mission / Re: Christmas presents
« on: January 14, 2015, 03:52:08 pm »
Jeff Campbell and Peter are meeting at SM Park later this afternoon to move baskets.

Problem solved, now EVERYONE can have a great day!  Hopefully with three days of prep time everyone who was worried about baskets being moved will be able to birdie said holes.   ;D 

Shawnee Mission / Re: Christmas presents
« on: January 14, 2015, 03:23:21 pm »
Well I see someone is having a bad day. I would say if you want to be a smartass keep it to yourself. No one else wants to hear it either. I would say you just need to go back to bed. Thats all I have to say to you.

I'm having a great day, thanks for asking!  #firstworldprobz

Shawnee Mission / Re: Christmas presents
« on: January 14, 2015, 02:07:19 pm »
If everyone is so concerned with practicing the short locations then throw to the stinking short pin location!  If I remember right there is a big white pole sticking out of the ground at Shawnee Mission for the placements not being used on each hole.  "Well then I can't putt out" you might say...sure you can, $10 says you can't hit the pole.   :o  I know I couldn't, but at least I would be playing to the correct placement and would know what disc I want to throw. 

Liberty P&R confirmed that they would move baskets by Friday.  If anyone goes out there early Saturday and for whatever reason they are not moved, give me a call and I can run out there within 15 minutes or so with keys.  I don't foresee this being an issue, they are pretty on top of this course. 

I have keys and can move baskets unless the P&R guys want to do it.  Let John and I be the ones to contact them about that stuff, though.  If the aforementioned 4 holes are all that need to be done it'll get done before Saturday. 

Are these the only baskets that need to be moved?  5, 8 & 18? 

Tournaments / Re: 2015 Ice Bowl
« on: January 12, 2015, 11:42:21 am »
There was a box on the sign-up sheet saying if you were playing the final 9 or not so the TD's for the satellite events should have somewhat of a headcount (except for those who checked "unsure").

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