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Looks like it will be a great evening and we won't get rained out like last time we tried to play DU. Daylight ends at 8pm. So, sign up starts at 5:30, tee off at 5:45 SHARP.
Meet at picnic round table near Hole 9 Tee box.
Eric and Jack,
I'll look into my records for the league on 8/11 and update the post.
Rob Martin is running a 1 day, 1 round ratings based tournament in November. By 1 round, I mean all 27 holes at Blue Valley and they are to be maxed out. Hole 1, then executive course then 2 through 18. I am looking forward to playing with my 851 to 900 breathren.
.... Thanks for clarifying.
So my friend played at lunch today and sent me a picture of the aforementioned deer on the hill from 13.
Umm...here is the imgur link not sure how to post pictures. http://imgur.com/K2OlRlJ
Is it still there to skin at least?
Thanks for posting.
I was able to reach out to the right folks on staff with the Parks and Recreation.
I notified them, and they had it taken care of within hours of reading this post.
Seriously less than an hour from when I notified them they sent me a note saying it was done.
We are BLESSED to have the best parks department in the country work with us.
I'm sure it's just a typo but it's fun to poke the guy sometimes.....
...... I know the rules regarding pros playing am events. It is what it is. I don't have any problem with those guys playing in the MAC per say......
But what made me think was that it was brought up that in Majors, pros absolutely cannot play AM regardless of rating. I know the MAC is not a major, but is there anyway to establish the same rating rules as a major for this tournament?
I heard a few players who were just a little disappointed that in an Amateur championship they weren't actually competing against just amateurs. I know the system is flawed. We don't have to get into that. Just wondered if this was a possibility or not. I think it would almost make it an even more elite style tournament if there was a real am only designation.
And, I do consider caddying as helping beyond their game. The pros can help keep a group of Ams moving as they "should" know the rules better (picture Rick's dream for the RAC), can notice things an Am might not notice out on the course and report back to me, might be willing to run an errand for me or help out in other ways briefly should I have chosen to ask them to do something.
Thanks Jack, open mouth insert foot.