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Club Archives / Worlds Meeting 12-2 @ 7pm @ River Market
« on: December 01, 2008, 12:16:42 pm »
As stated at the Club Meeting, we will be meeting at the River Market for the last Worlds meeting of the year.

This is basically to look at new art, start to finalize projects, and work on new ideas to reach out to others that want to help.

After this meeting, all Executive meetings and the Worlds Meetings will be together on the same night.  So our next meeting is slated for 1/6 I believe at TMS, after the EC meeting.

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Cliff Drive / League-Last Night September 29th
« on: September 24, 2008, 09:38:44 am »
The last Legaue night for Cliff Drive will be Monday September 29th.  With daylight vanishing, and my work schedule there is no way to make it work in October.  I will run the last league of the year for Cliff Drive this upcoming Monday, and then would encourage you all to head to Olathe for your Monday night fix.

In thinking of this, I will be working on Monday's to get the course in better shape for the Club Championships, so if you are bored and still want to come out on Mondays to Cliff Drive, I will gladly take volunteer help, we will finish ~7:30 on the 6th and by tyhen we shuold start to see plans for the pads to come in soon.

If someone wants to step up and run the league and can get things running by 5:00, by all means, contact me and we will extend it.

Thanks,

Jack

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Club Archives / Next Worlds Meeting 10-6 Monday @ River Market
« on: September 23, 2008, 12:13:08 pm »
Please pass this information along, we will start at 7:00.  I know that we had scheduled a meeting tonight, but we have a few items that need to be ready before the next meeting.  So we will move the meeting to Monday October 6th.  I would encourage all of you to come and visit.

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General Banter / 1510 @ 5:00 today listen up
« on: September 19, 2008, 01:23:35 pm »
Dan Cashen will be on 1510 am (how do I dial that in on my Sirius? ??? )

Please pass along this information.

Thanks,

Jack

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Cliff Drive / Cliff Drive League-Mon @ 5:30 rest of the year
« on: September 15, 2008, 09:51:36 am »
I will be getting there right at 5:30, if anyone can help get things going, please do.  We will be in 3-somes for the rest of the year when we can!

Should be a great night for golf though!

Last week I was up there from 5:30-5:40 and saw no one, the previous week I did not make it with the holiday!

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General Banter / Cliff Drive League-Mon @ 5:30 rest of the year
« on: September 15, 2008, 09:51:08 am »
I will be getting there right at 5:30, if anyone can help get things going, please do.  We will be in 3-somes for the rest of the year when we can!

Should be a great night for golf though!

Last week I was up there from 5:30-5:40 and saw no one, the previous week I did not make it with the holiday!

397
Tournaments / Vichy fall Harvest
« on: September 10, 2008, 02:49:35 pm »
I heard rumors about Vichy on 10-25 & 26.....so if you are thinking about Vichy, so am I......

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General Banter / -Non Disc Golf Content--Weekly Pick'em for Football
« on: September 03, 2008, 09:04:31 am »
$102.00 in total....$6 per week...$5 goes to the weekly prize, and $1 goes
to the overall prize.

I would prefer to get the entire season paid up front, as it makes my life
easier.

Chap


----- Original Message -----
From: "psilva" <kahas@comcast.net>
To: "John Chapman" <chappyfade@kc.rr.com>; "jack lowe" <jlowekc@att.net>
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2008 3:42 PM
Subject: Re: Folks! Season is about to start!


> So if I remember, it's $5 per week?  pay weekly or entire season?
>
> ps
>
> John Chapman wrote:
>> Mike Blossom and Jack Lowe are handling getting new players in the pool
>> this year, and I will be handling the financial side, but you can contact
>> any of the 3 of us, and we'll get you set up.  I'll give everybody a
>> couple of weeks to get their fees paid.  If you haven't paid yet, and you
>> win one of the first weeks, I'll apply the winnings to your balance.
>>
>>
>> Send PayPal payments to:
>>
>> wassamattau@kc.rr.com
>>
>> Please make sure you pay directly through PayPal, and not through a
>> credit card, as there is about a 4-5% charge for those transactions, and
>> I don't want to cover those fees myself.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> John Chapman (chappyfade@kc.rr.com)
>>

 

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Tournaments / City of Fountains-PDGA C-Tier 9/21/08
« on: September 03, 2008, 08:36:58 am »
When-
Sunday September 21st
 Registration 8:15-9:15 @ Cliff Drive
 Players meeting 9:30
 Tee Off 10:00
Where-
Cliff Drive Round 1
Blue Valley Round 2

Who should be there-
You

What does it cost-
Entries will be as follows: (Ace fund will be optional $3 at day of event)

Entry Fees:

Open - $50
All other Pro divisions(Masters, Women, etc...) - $40
Advanced divisions - $30
Intermediate - $20
Recreational - $20
Novice - $20

$3 Ace Fund optional day of event

(If you're not a current PDGA member, add the $10 single event fee to your registration.  If you plan on registering for the PDGA, or renewing, please arrive early!!)

If you should have any other questions, please do not hesitate to call or e-mail me directly.

Thanks,

Jack



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Cliff Drive / Adopt a hole-looking for you to help
« on: August 27, 2008, 01:39:07 pm »
I am looking for people to adopt a hole or 2.  You would be helpful in getting things ready to put pads in, and making it more accesible for mowers to keep clean.  We are starting to make great strides there, pads are going in soon (I want them sooner than you trust me).

Looking for people to help with the following holes/fairways.
#1-clean the area from the new teeing area to the old teeing area.  Then starting to work on the alternate pin settings which ties into
#2, clean out area to walk to pad from new pin areas, and down along hillside to make more manageable and possibly mow worthy down to fairway existing.  Would like to clear out all honeysuckle up to road.
#3, clean up the cliff side all the way to the top..
#4 keep it cleaned up, start heading NW from lower fairway to clean up for errant shots, possible LONG placement in woods to North of existing long placement.
#5 grow grass, and clean up top area.  WOuld like to have another pin on the North end where (those of you remember the troubled bridge) we used to tee from.
#6 Maintenance, hillside to the West clean it up and make accessible to mowers.
#7 Clean the hillside from the existing pin, clean out deeper to create a longer shot, keep the cliffs clear, and able to use.
#8 clean up the area off the pad to the "stage"
#9 clean up the area that Brandt did that no one has touched since.  Work on a longer setting in the woods about 50' away from the existing pin, but very technical.

That would get us started.  Looking for about 20  people, figure it takes 2 people per hole and I will help where I can.

Let me know what hole is yours!!

Thanks,

Jack

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Cliff Drive / League Results 8/25
« on: August 26, 2008, 12:38:51 pm »
Well, we had 9 show up tonight that enjoyed some good golf.  The course was still looking good from the LDO, and the scores didn't.......

Only my card with Rick and Dick did not manage to have someone in the hunt as there was a 3 way tie for 1st....then cam Arturo back with his bag, and cash in hand, as the others tried to take the playoff without their bags.....after a battle in futility they finally succumbed and agreed to split the remainder......

Arturo-57
Andrew Jewett-57
Brian Gammon-57
Pete Cashen-59
Dick Parker-59
Rick Rothstein-62
Jack Lowe-62
Mark Morales-64 (ANd not late.....)
Steve Hostetler-73

I'll be out there on Monday, would like to start a little early this next week.......so lets shoot for 5:30 if we can with the holiday, if no one plans on attending, start letting me know, I can find other things to do!!

:p

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Club Archives / Art work? Who wants to do the courses?
« on: August 25, 2008, 10:55:04 am »
I need to have maps created that are similar for all the courses.  Who wants to create this type of art work?  I would need to have examples, and would want all the courses to be available:
Swope
Rosedale-Top and Bottom
Olathe
Water Works
WyCo
Cliff Drive
Blue Valley
Shawnee Mission Park
Pleasant Hill
Possibly:
Lees Summit
Lake Lenexa (2x)
Swope North
Penn Valley Park

Start by letting me know you are interested.

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General Banter / My 1000th post
« on: August 22, 2008, 02:15:37 pm »
This is actually 999, but once I reply to it, it will be 1000th posting..... I think that it means that I have too much time in front of the machine at work from time to time, what do you all think?

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Cliff Drive / League 8/18 (Chappy & Rick's Bday!!)
« on: August 22, 2008, 11:30:24 am »
12 out for some fun before the Lions Den is opened!
In a SHOCKING happening, Arturo beat everyone....I know you are all in awe.....
Arturo-50
Bobby-55
Jack-58 (With a SUHWEET putt to beat Danger in a playoff from the road, he missed, I didn't!!!)
Danger-58
Hart Donation-59
Brian-59
Matt-61
Dick-62
Morales-63 (Lateness will no longer be allowed, daylight is to scarce....)
Bret-65
Bill N-66
Lexi-83 (I mis added your mis added....)

Saturday is on, and then back to league on Monday.  See what happens as you too can be a part of the most centralized disc golf league in Kansas City!!!

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Club Archives / Par-how to define @ Worlds
« on: August 21, 2008, 09:33:01 am »
The topic in the other thread is giong adrift.

I personally think that the way that Par is designed is inherent with faults.  We have differing viewpoints on what it should be, but yesterday there was a topic that I was reading that hit it right on the head.
Mark Ritner  wrote:
>
> "The real reason for the ridiculous scoring relative to ball golf:
putting is way easier in disc golf."That depends on what you define as
a "putt". Shots from the 10 meter line are the equivalent of 4-5 ft.
putts in ball golf. To get similar scoring distributions to ball golf
greens we can simply define our "green" and thereby our "putts" in
such a way as the pro player should take 1-2 shots to get in the
basket without error. A "green" thereby becomes, say, a 150 ft.
circle around a basket without obstacles. The "green" shrinks as
obstacles are introduced. Once we have the proper definition in place
by which to make a parallelism putting in disc golf suddenly isn't any
easier than ball golf."

I am not sure that I agree with the 150' analogy, but the point made is something that I have always thuoght of.  I have long considered the 10 meter line a good barometer, but not a true"green".  I have always felt that a 30' radius should be available to the player, but not as a green, but because it is close enough that it should be open for them to have a chance.  THat doesn't mean that I feel that it is the same as a 4-5' putt, but more like a 10' foot putt.....

What are your true thoughts on Par folks.  The argument probably has been going on longer than you haev been playing this sport.......

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