No ace was hit, it grows to $535.
We had 9 out on a hot hot night to play a version of the LDO layout that added a little teeth, but nothing to monumental.
Jose Ossa had the "heat on" during the round as he shot the best with a 51. There was a tie then for second place between Dick Parker and Peter Bures with a 53. Though Dick did have 6 birdies, he balanced that with a 5 and many a missed putt, as did Peter as well, so at times, yes Peter and Dick were short....HEEYY-OOOO! It was balanced out though as the rest of the pro playing field all shot a 54 on the course......which speaking of 54's that happened to be the Advanced best in Ryan Westa who knew he shot better than an 825 that he did last week, in fact over 100 points better at a 936, and Bill Shinoski continues to improve week over week at Cliff. Bill has only played below his rating 2x, and is averaging 19 points over his rating at Cliff. I only wish I could say the same.
Missed a chance on the easiest layout of the year last night, and want to try it? Want to get a better round rating on the course?http://kcfdc.org/forum/index.php?topic=10556.0
Wednesday Night Wandering League will be in the same format and with more people playing it will make for different ratings.
Next week we will play a continuation of shorter and "newer" holes as the daylight erodes, we play to have fun, and as football gets closer, we play to mot miss the games, but still get our disc fix on.
See you next week, or I won't that decision is yours.