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General Banter / WW Clean Up June 24 8-noon
« on: June 16, 2006, 09:08:15 AM »
Get out here and HELP.  This goes a long way towards the continued work of the disc golf course and our partnership to ensure that the course stays in at WW.  PLEASE HELP!


based on conversations with course coordinator Terry Adams:
Mulch tees and baskets as needed;
trim up and clean the right side of the 13 fairway;
rake the 9 fairway
clean up the leaves along the road/walls
Clean out the downed tree by #3 tee pad
Have P&R look at the metal pipe sticking out of ground by #5 tee pad (just south of Terrapin Station)
remove trees with survey flags by them (George and I started this, there are a few others that I tagged George)
raise tree limbs on the East side of road on N Oak entrance
Remove Ballards on old road #3 fairway
Clear new growth on #6 trail to #7 continue to build rock wall (small) trail to help with erosion

I am hopeful that we should get our expected volunteers of 10-15 people next Saturday morning.  For the club listeing here, please post to me or to Terry that you can help.  I need to have 4 leaders responsible for the following areas:
Leader 1-Hole #1-4 &7 practice basket
Leader 2-Holes 5,6, 8-11 Circle practice basket
Leadern 3-Holes 12, 13, 17, 18 long 8 placement
Leader 4- 14, 15, 16

Please let me know your time and plan of attack.  I would like to meet with all the leaders mext Thursday at League, where hopefully we can all play a round together and eyeball the course.

Thanks,


Jack

CD-I would like to have you and a few others work with the scouts towards the end of the event to help.  I will bring some discs for the kids.

Thanks,

Jack
--
===o {>[]----

Jack Lowe
President-KCFDC
http://www.KCFDC.org
816.231.3622-H
913.485.5123-C
"Disc Golf-
Like ball golf, only faster,
cheaper, and healthier!"


-------------- Original message from Carolyn Vellar <cvellar@kc.rr.com>: --------------


> Thank you everyone for attending the WW Park Cleanup Planning meeting
> today! I appreciate all of you helping with this project.
>
> Summary:
>
> Jack Lowe and April McCrary will prioritize the projects that need to be
> done - divide the part into quadrants - Jack will assign someone from
> the Disc Golf Club to be in charge of each quadrant - so when volunteers
> show up - they will be directed to a place and project.
>
> P.O. Jason Brungardt will notify community service workers to meet at
> the park - approximately 12 volunteers
>
> Chris German and Janet Preece will notify cub scouts and parents of
> project - approximately 10-15 volunteers
>
> Mary Lappin - Water Services Dept. - will make sure that security is
> aware of the project and will arrange for 4-5 cases of KC water be
> delivered to park for project.
>
> George - Brian - April - will over see projects - make sure we have
> enough supplies.
>
> Carolyn will send out e mail invitations to neighborhood residents to
> volunteer for project - also a press release. Hopefully recruit more
> volunteers.
>
> Carolyn will get Ice, coffee, cups etc, bagels, donuts, cookies for
> project day.
>
> This will be a fun project - thank you all for helping! See you on
> Saturday - June 24th - project is scheduled for 8am to noon. I will try
> to be there by 7:30 at the latest. Please let me know if you have
> suggestions, questions etc.
>
> Carolyn Vellar
> Community Coordinator
> Northland Community Alliance
> 816-830-9124

482
Water Works / WW Clean Up June 24 8-noon
« on: June 16, 2006, 09:07:47 AM »
Get out here and HELP.  This goes a long way towards the continued work of the disc golf course and our partnership to ensure that the course stays in at WW.  PLEASE HELP!


based on conversations with course coordinator Terry Adams:
Mulch tees and baskets as needed;
trim up and clean the right side of the 13 fairway;
rake the 9 fairway
clean up the leaves along the road/walls
Clean out the downed tree by #3 tee pad
Have P&R look at the metal pipe sticking out of ground by #5 tee pad (just south of Terrapin Station)
remove trees with survey flags by them (George and I started this, there are a few others that I tagged George)
raise tree limbs on the East side of road on N Oak entrance
Remove Ballards on old road #3 fairway
Clear new growth on #6 trail to #7 continue to build rock wall (small) trail to help with erosion

I am hopeful that we should get our expected volunteers of 10-15 people next Saturday morning.  For the club listeing here, please post to me or to Terry that you can help.  I need to have 4 leaders responsible for the following areas:
Leader 1-Hole #1-4 &7 practice basket
Leader 2-Holes 5,6, 8-11 Circle practice basket
Leadern 3-Holes 12, 13, 17, 18 long 8 placement
Leader 4- 14, 15, 16

Please let me know your time and plan of attack.  I would like to meet with all the leaders mext Thursday at League, where hopefully we can all play a round together and eyeball the course.

Thanks,


Jack

CD-I would like to have you and a few others work with the scouts towards the end of the event to help.  I will bring some discs for the kids.

Thanks,

Jack
--
===o {>[]----

Jack Lowe
President-KCFDC
http://www.KCFDC.org
816.231.3622-H
913.485.5123-C
"Disc Golf-
Like ball golf, only faster,
cheaper, and healthier!"


-------------- Original message from Carolyn Vellar <cvellar@kc.rr.com>: --------------


> Thank you everyone for attending the WW Park Cleanup Planning meeting
> today! I appreciate all of you helping with this project.
>
> Summary:
>
> Jack Lowe and April McCrary will prioritize the projects that need to be
> done - divide the part into quadrants - Jack will assign someone from
> the Disc Golf Club to be in charge of each quadrant - so when volunteers
> show up - they will be directed to a place and project.
>
> P.O. Jason Brungardt will notify community service workers to meet at
> the park - approximately 12 volunteers
>
> Chris German and Janet Preece will notify cub scouts and parents of
> project - approximately 10-15 volunteers
>
> Mary Lappin - Water Services Dept. - will make sure that security is
> aware of the project and will arrange for 4-5 cases of KC water be
> delivered to park for project.
>
> George - Brian - April - will over see projects - make sure we have
> enough supplies.
>
> Carolyn will send out e mail invitations to neighborhood residents to
> volunteer for project - also a press release. Hopefully recruit more
> volunteers.
>
> Carolyn will get Ice, coffee, cups etc, bagels, donuts, cookies for
> project day.
>
> This will be a fun project - thank you all for helping! See you on
> Saturday - June 24th - project is scheduled for 8am to noon. I will try
> to be there by 7:30 at the latest. Please let me know if you have
> suggestions, questions etc.
>
> Carolyn Vellar
> Community Coordinator
> Northland Community Alliance
> 816-830-9124

483
Water Works / 6-15-league
« on: June 15, 2006, 09:54:18 PM »
21 people showed up to play the long wide Open layout at Water Works tonight, steady winds of 17mph out of the south temperature in the 92 to start, finish up at a balmy 88......Winds were tough on #1 and #14.  very few 3's on #1 tonight.

Open
La Ron Harris-50-$14
Jake Bowen-52-$9
Nick Potts-56-$5 (left before he got cash, free league next week for Nick!)
Arturo Villarreal-58 (Nice to see he's cooled down to us normal players! :))
Brian Gammon-58
Bobby Villarreal-59
Jack Lowe-59
Rick Mollenkamp-60
Demian Vela-63
John Chapman-69
Bob Hartness-77

Masters
Dan Coffman-56-$8
John Buckle-58
Doug Kantro-61

Women
Linda Arbeitman-62-$8
Tavish Sanders-65
Angela Plitsch-75

Advanced
Tony Dutiel-63-$7 KcKash (Owed)
Greg Utz-65-$5 KcKash (Owed-Paid Dues-Gave Chappy Info & $)
Joe Van Kirk-73
Mike Penney-74[/b]

484
Cliff Drive / course distances
« on: June 05, 2006, 08:44:06 PM »
recently surveyed by the GREAT Bruce McQueen.  Thank him repeatedly when you see him!!

Hole 1 - 314'  

Hole 2 - 330'  

Hole 3 - 194'  

Hole 4 - 290'  

Hole 5 - 179'  

Hole 6 - 342'  

Hole 7 - 322'  

Hole 8 - 490'  

Hole 9 - 278'  

Hole 10 - 296'  

Hole 11 - 382'  

Hole 12 - 369'  

Hole 13 - 701'    

Hole 14 - 337'  

Hole 15 - 443'  

Hole 16 - 531'  

Hole 17 - 515'  

Hole 18 - 502'  


Total Distance - 6,815

This is for the long placements in the toughest configuration that will be set for the wide Open

485
Club Archives / Cliff Drive work needed done
« on: May 24, 2006, 11:49:37 AM »
We will need spotters at the following holes at Cliff Drive-
#2
#3
#6
#12(possibly 2)

Work that I think that needs to be done:
Change baskets to # the right holes
OB painted on roads
Bigger natural pads for the following holes:
#10
#11
#18
They should be dug deeper and leveled as much as possible, if we need to use mulch to them then so be it.
Signage to get out of the woods (up to #7)
Fix tee pad blocks and truly dig deep to bury the stone line of the pads on all tees
Clear out #1 to the north of the pad remove all honeysuckle new growth (city should be by soon to remove downed brush there currently.
Clear out the holes #2-6 so greens are clear, and fairways are lined up nicely
Clear out in front of #8 pad, then along the hill side towards the basket, a mower or big weed whacker should take care of this.
Flags?  DO we want to go that direction?  Or do we want to buy some from DGA for $270 and have tournament use only?
Hammer rebar into the stairs on #3
Better define #5 tee pad
New distances for the following holes:
#1
#2-Long
#3
#4-Short right
#6
#7-up on hll
#8-Long
#13-to old practice basket
#18-new long closer to road not on top of hill

This would be the course configuration for the Wide Open.

486
Cliff Drive / Work neede prior to the Wide Open
« on: May 24, 2006, 11:49:16 AM »
I have the following list of items that need to get done at Cliff Drive.  If you have time to help, please call!!!!

We will need spotters at the following holes at Cliff Drive-
#2
#3
#6
#12(possibly 2)

Work that I think that needs to be done:
Change baskets to # the right holes
OB painted on roads
Bigger natural pads for the following holes:
#10
#11
#18
They should be dug deeper and leveled as much as possible, if we need to use mulch to them then so be it.
Signage to get out of the woods (up to #7)
Fix tee pad blocks and truly dig deep to bury the stone line of the pads on all tees
Clear out #1 to the north of the pad remove all honeysuckle new growth (city should be by soon to remove downed brush there currently.
Clear out the holes #2-6 so greens are clear, and fairways are lined up nicely
Clear out in front of #8 pad, then along the hill side towards the basket, a mower or big weed whacker should take care of this.
Flags?  DO we want to go that direction?  Or do we want to buy some from DGA for $270 and have tournament use only?
Hammer rebar into the stairs on #3
Better define #5 tee pad
New distances for the following holes:
#1
#2-Long
#3
#4-Short right
#6
#7-up on hll
#8-Long
#13-to old practice basket
#18-new long closer to road not on top of hill

This would be the course configuration for the Wide Open.

487
Blue Valley / Baskets to go back June 1 2006
« on: May 19, 2006, 05:09:19 PM »
Just got off the phone with Dan the Man Cashen as he is heading to St. Louis to kick some butt, well him and Jami Danger in the Masters group.

Baskets are set to go in on June 1.  Not before.  I hope this helps

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Folks here goes.  We need people to help with the following:
-Removal of trees, either through cutting yourself, or help pulling out, or directing a group to get this accomplished.
-organization of the teams of kids to ensure that they are picking up the trash in the right spots, and you are able to help them identify areas that will need attention
-operate the "mini bulldozer" or the "trac-hoe", I dunno if that is what these things are called, I obviously then don't know how to operate one, but give me a few beers and a set of keys, and....well maybe I'll still watch and ask someone else to move the earth for us
-use your mower to continue to get the area that we have been cutting back of honeysuckle to entice the current mowing crew to continue with our efforts
-holes that we want work on will be as follows, what of this we accomplish will be great.
Hole #1 (old #6-will not refer to the old holes in ths mail any longer so follow closely)
remove the honeysuckle around the left of current pad.  remove all downed debris from February clean up.  remove all garbage and debris in lower section.  work on clearing out for new pad placement in lower level.  remove honeysuckle wall to West of basket and clear out all honeysuckle as possible.  Remove pile of debris from center of fairway.  mow "green" area.  remove hanging vines.  trim tree way West for alternate placements

Hole #2
clear out all downed debris towards the end of the new fairway.  cut all ankle busters, old and new ones.  remove honesuckle on the hill to West.

between holes-clear and remove all ankle busting honeysuckle targets.

Hole #3
clear out all ankle busters and remove all cut trees.  remove debris and cut trees.  create stair case out from green.  clear out honeysuckle on rock.  continue to clear out to the North of honeysuckle.

hole #4
place giant boulders to prevent people from parking and "drive-thru" area around the trash can.  hit gulley and remove "itch vines".  clear out trash.  get partial trees down and out.  clear honeysuckle to North of stairs out up to wall

hole #5
clear out old area of "new growth", this would be to the North of the existing pin.  Clear out the growth to the South of the pin that used to protect the old pad for the next hole, thus creating opportunities to utilize for the next green.

hole #6 clear out the area just West after the first clearing or downed tree bench from old pad.  remove all downed debris over years of our removal

hole #7
With the help of P&R start to creat the new pad area across the road.  Clear out the current green and remove the ankle busters.  continue to work around the road to open and expose the rock facing.  create trails, more defined.  plant wild flowers and ground covering to replace soil growth between #7 green and #8 pad.  remove all trees that are around the area.  replace rocks to deter travel on old road.

Hole #8
reomve all honey suckle, off pad, clear out the new growth, to the East of fairway, clear out as much honeysuckle as possible and downed trees.  to the West of the fairway, continue to clear out on the hill up towards #10 current pin.  remove all the piles of downed trees.  place the trash cans at proper locations.  remove trash.  remove tires.

hole #9
continue to Brandt proof the view to the lake.  work on the left side of fairway at removal of honeysuckle.  remove trash.  work on the new placement to left of current on the next level.

hole #10
work on the new deeper placement.  clear out honeysuckle on this area, being careful to protect the next #1 pad in the "bowl".  Develop a crossing to get over to the soon to become "staging area" for party activities across the valley.  Will need to go to the NE Athletic Field to grab the big ties to use on this, will require big equpiment to work.  This also means creating a new trail to exit from the new deep placement.

Hole #11
Clear out the trees along the reservoir gate.  Cut Poison Ivy off of trees to East of current pin.

Hole #12
Well clean trash somehow to the North of the fairway.  Remove honeysuckle.  remove trash.  remove trash to the north, then remove the trash from the north.  Possibly create a new pin on the hill for an even tougher risk/reward shot on an already hard pin placement.

Hole #13
Clear out the trees growing through the bushes.  Remove Poison Ivy on the big tree.  Plant a tree line to replace the dying and dead trees on the North side of the fairway.

Hole #14
Remove trees growing through the bushes.  Remove the Dead Tree attached to the other tree, and remove the poison ivy.

Hole #15
Remove the IVY on the trees.

Hole #16
Clear out the Trees to expose the metal work on the reservoir.

Hole #17
Check trees for ivy and trimming.

Hole #18
relax, this hole is pretty good!

In summary the top items that I would like to see us accomplish this weekend are these:
Remove the honeysuckle from all around hole #1 and clear it out in the bowl.  Then tie that to cleaning out the new #10 pin and trail.  Staying along those lines clearing the hillside between #10 and #8 to clean the sightlines.  THen following that down to the road to where the new pad for #7 will be.  We will also want to work on the holes for #2 & #3 at reemoval and clearing.  

If we can tackle most of that, working on the new pin for #9 will be the added bonus.

I am in obvious need of some major help.  We want to tackle as much of the big items this weekend as we can, but those that do not get done, we will need to tackle prior to the Wide Open.

I need your help, and then helping the direction for all 120+ volunteers.  Your time can be greatly appreciated this weekend, earn some extra brownie points with me, the course, mother nature and your own karma gods and deamons that you must expell....

Your all great, help me think even more of you, and help those in the community that have disc golf know how much you appreciate them allowing us to be there to help make this park a better place for all.

Thanks,

Jack


Jack Lowe
President KCFDC
http://www.kcfdc.org
"Future Home of Cliff Drive Baskets!?!"
816.231.3622-H
913.485.5123-C

489
Swope / League Stats 4-18-06
« on: April 18, 2006, 09:40:25 PM »
Wan't at league not sure how it was set, but here are the results.
Name   Division   Average   # Events   YTD $ ttl   4/18/2006
Brad D'Amico   Adv/Int   62   2      64
Fred Fortson   Adv/Open   65.5   2      73
Nick Parks   Advanced   60   3   15   61
Terry Euston   Advanced   60   1      
Craig Walker   Advanced   62   1      62
TJ Ring   Advanced   62.66666667   3   5   59
Matt Hays   Advanced   66.33333333   3   5   74
Dan Busenburrick   Int   64.5   2   12(7)   
Dennis Freeman   Int   70   1      70
Francisco Garcia   Int   71   2      
Andrew Jewett   Int   73   1      
Jake Henshaw   Int   89   1      
Brian Gammon   Masters   51   1   6.5   
Kelly Warren   Masters   51   1   6.5   
Rick Rothstein   Masters   52   1      
Dan Cashen   Masters   53.33333333   3      54
David Tull   Masters   55   1      
Mark Stiles   Masters   56   2      
CD Steiner   Open   45   1   10   
Fred Smith   Open   46   1   5   
Otto Spiers   Open   51   2   24   52
Arturo Villarreal   Open   51.33333333   3   40   54
Crazy John Brooks   Open   53   1   17   53
Carson Wilson   Open   54   2      55
Shannon Carson   Open   54   2      
Kevin Corbet   Open   55.5   2   21   54
Beckett Carduff   Open   56.66666667   3      56
Joe Hesting   Open   57   1   15   
Jack Lowe   Open   57.5   2      
Nick Potts   Open   59   1      59
Ryan Schulz   Open   60   1      60
Todd Henry   Open   61   1      61
Jake Bowen   Open   61   2      61
Tavish Sanders   Women's   64   3   18   62
Lynne Warren   Women's   67   1   3   67
Suzette Davies   Women's   68.33333333   3   14   71
Angela Plitsch   Women's   73.33333333   3      72
Kriss Ann McKenzie   Women's   82   1      
Angie Biondo Busenburrick   Women's   82.33333333   3      91
Weekly Averages               62.82608696
Bag tags are GONE
Brad D'Amico-#76
Nick Parks-#82
Fred Fortson-#81
Andy Jewett-#74

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Folks,

I need your help getting the course ready for the Wide Open. I have many
projects that will need to be tackled this upcoming weekend, that we can get
started on. I need to have people to help advise others, people that konw how
to drive machinary (we have access to a few machines all weekend, so even if you
can not make it on Saturday, Friday or Sunday would be great as well.)

Please come out and help this weekend, we can truly make a difference on the
course this weekend, we are fast approaching the phase to get tee-pads
installed, and this weekend could go a long way towards getting us to that point.

Let me know how you to can be a part of the vision.

Thanks,

Jack
--
===o {>[]----

Jack Lowe
President-KCFDC
http://www.KCFDC.org
816.231.3622-H
913.485.5123-C
"Disc Golf-
Like ball golf, only faster,
cheaper, and healthier!"


-------------- Forwarded Message: --------------
From: George Biswell
Subject: Great Am. Clean up 4/22/06
Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 16:31:58 +0000


Lou I had meeting with Mike Spady this morning. We will need to provide the
following for the clean up

1. Two flat bed truck 2ton
2. Chipper truck
3. 910 loader
3. unloader
4. truck load of dirt for the KCFDC area.
5. picnic tables, and grill
6. Packer trash truck
7. tow truck ( I will order from fleet maintenance)
The area that you will be working on is the overlook areas along Cliff Drive the
staging area will be at Lexington Ave and Prospect Blvd. same as last year. I
will order the 2 port-potties units and hand washing until and have them station
at the staging area. .
The work will get started at 8: 00 a.m. I will need to pick up about 20 safety
cones on Friday the 21st. so that Mike Spady can use for Sat clean. He will also
have use of my hand held city Radio For Sat. If any thing else come up or you
have any question get let me know. Thanks for all your help.


George E.Biswell
Landscape Inspector
North Region
office 513-7524

491
General Banter / Wide Open Workday request April 22
« on: April 18, 2006, 08:47:31 PM »
Folks,

I need your help getting the course ready for the Wide Open.  I have many
projects that will need to be tackled this upcoming weekend, that we can get
started on.  I need to have people to help advise others, people that konw how
to drive machinary (we have access to a few machines all weekend, so even if you
can not make it on Saturday, Friday or Sunday would be great as well.)

Please come out and help this weekend, we can truly make a difference on the
course this weekend,  we are fast approaching the phase to get tee-pads
installed, and this weekend could go a long way towards getting us to that point.

Let me know how you to can be a part of the vision.

Thanks,

Jack
--
===o {>[]----

Jack Lowe
President-KCFDC
http://www.KCFDC.org
816.231.3622-H
913.485.5123-C
"Disc Golf-
Like ball golf, only faster,
cheaper, and healthier!"


-------------- Forwarded Message: --------------
From: George Biswell
Subject: Great Am. Clean up 4/22/06
Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 16:31:58 +0000


Lou I had meeting with Mike Spady this morning. We will need to provide the
following for the clean up

1. Two flat bed truck 2ton
2. Chipper truck
3. 910 loader
3. unloader
4. truck load of dirt for the KCFDC area.
5. picnic tables, and grill
6. Packer trash truck
7. tow truck ( I will order from fleet maintenance)
The area that you will be working on is the overlook areas along Cliff Drive the
staging area will be at Lexington Ave and Prospect Blvd. same as last year. I
will order the 2 port-potties units and hand washing until and have them station
at the staging area. .
The work will get started at 8: 00 a.m. I will need to pick up about 20 safety
cones on Friday the 21st. so that Mike Spady can use for Sat clean. He will also
have use of my hand held city Radio For Sat. If any thing else come up or you
have any question get let me know. Thanks for all your help.


George E.Biswell
Landscape Inspector
North Region
office 513-7524

492
Swope / League Stats 4-11-06
« on: April 11, 2006, 09:38:54 PM »
On a WINDY DAY at Swope, we had a grand total of 21 brave the gusting wind up to 35 MPH with a pleasant sunny and 73 degree evening.  Shooting par would made you seem like superman!
The order of the names, as the excel does not copy great!
Name   
Division   
Average   
# Events   
YTD $ ttl   
4/11/2006 score

Tavish Sanders   Women's   65   2   12   68
Suzette Davies   Women's   67   2   11   73
Angela Plitsch   Women's   74   2      77
Angie Biondo Busenburrick   Women's   78   2      89

Arturo Villareal   Open   50   2   35   57
Joe Hesting   Open   57   1   15   57
Kevin Corbet   Open   57   1   15   57
Dan Cashen   Masters   53   2      59
Mark Stiles   Masters   56   2      59
Jake Bowen   Open   61   1      61
Shannon Carson   Open   54   2      61
Jack Lowe   Open   57.5   2      64
Beckett Carduff   Open   57   2      65

Dan Busenburrick   Int   64.5   2   12(7)   72
Jewett   Int   73   1      73
Francisco Garcia   Int   71   2      78
Jake Henshaw   Int   89   1      89

Nick Parks   Advanced   59.5   2   15   65
Matt Hays   Advanced   62.5   2   5   68
TJ Ring   Advanced   64.5   2   5   72

No Aces were harmed during this windy round!  Stay tuned for more coming soon to a park near you!

Jack

Here are the YTD averages
Name   Division   Average
Fred Fortson   Advanced   58
Nick Parks   Advanced   59.5
Brad D'Amico   Advanced   60
Terry Euston   Advanced   60
Matt Hays   Advanced   62.5
TJ Ring   Advanced   64.5

Dan Busenburrick   Int   64.5
Francisco Garcia   Int   71
Jewett   Int   73
Jake Henshaw   Int   89

Brian Gammon   Masters   51
Kelly Warren   Masters   51
Rick Rothstein   Masters   52
Dan Cashen   Masters   53
David Tull   Masters   55
Mark Stiles   Masters   56

CD Steiner   Open   45
Fred Smith   Open   46
Arturo Villareal   Open   50
Otto Spiers   Open   50
Carson Wilson   Open   53
Shannon Carson   Open   54
Joe Hesting   Open   57
Kevin Corbet   Open   57
Beckett Carduff   Open   57
Jack Lowe   Open   57.5
Jake Bowen   Open   61

Tavish Sanders   Women's   65
Suzette Davies   Women's   67
Angela Plitsch   Women's   74
Angie Biondo Busenburrick   Women's   78
Kriss Ann McKenzie   Women's   82

493
Water Works / Help Save WaterWorks Park
« on: April 04, 2006, 10:41:31 PM »
Please fill out the survey, to ensure the longevity of this beautiful disc golf course

494
Swope / League Stats 4-4-06
« on: April 04, 2006, 10:16:16 PM »
I will try my best to get up the stats for the league as Becket brings in the scorecard information.  We had 27 players out there tonight, and Becket got a $1 hitting the flag on #7.  Arturo finished strong, birdie'ing his last 6 holes to shoot the hot -11, 5 Women played, and Suzette beat Tavish by a stroke!  The advanced field was tight as well, as a three way tie for 2nd place made it hard, but Nick Parks shooting a solid 54 took care of first.  Brian Gammon and Kelly Warren pushed themselves to a tie at -3, and Dan Cashen felt cheated as he wanted to be in the Masters division as well, and shooting a 47, his knee seems to not hinder his perfomance any longer, now if only the person running league would listen to him!!
:)

Everyone had a great time, enjoying the 65 degree weather, mostly sunny, with winds moderate out of the SE @ 6MPH
Name                      Division      4/4/2006
Arturo Villareal      Open      43
CD Steiner                      Open      45
Fred Smith                      Open      46
Dan Cashen      Open      47
Shannon Carson      Open      47
Beckett Carduff      Open      49
Otto Spiers      Open      50
Jack Lowe                      Open      51
Carson Wilson      Open      53
Brian Gammon      Masters      51
Kelly Warren      Masters      51
Rick Rothstein      Masters      52
Mark Stiles                      Masters      53
David Tull                      Masters      55
Nick Parks                      Advanced      54
Matt Hays                      Advanced      57
TJ Ring                      Advanced      57
Dan Busenburrick      Advanced      57
Fred Fortson      Advanced      58
Terry Euston      Advanced      60
Brad D'Amico      Advanced      60
Francisco Garcia      Advanced      64
Suzette                      Women's      61
Tavish Sanders      Women's      62
Angie Biondo Busenburrick   Women's      67
Angela Plitsch      Women's      71
Kriss Ann McKenzie      Women's      82
League Average            55.66666667

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Cliff Drive / New holes
« on: April 03, 2006, 11:04:22 AM »
After coming off the cliff please follow the trail out.  I plan on marking it with Orange tape today.  You will then play on the new pad on the side of the hill, not crossing the road yet.
The cross the road and play as you have for the next 2 holes.   You will play the shot coming up the hill, and then go past the hill that created a blind shot.  You will see the tee-pad.  You now play from there to the next hole.  Essentially combining the two holes.  Then back to the regularly playing course for completion.

Thanks,

Jack

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