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Cliff Drive / Re: League 6-1-09
« on: June 02, 2009, 10:38:49 am »
IT was WAY windier last night than any time at Cliff on Sunday, so I stand by my ratings, not some formula.

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Shawnee Mission / Re: How does league night work at SMP?
« on: June 02, 2009, 09:52:54 am »
Joining the club is a good thing. (period) it gets you more involved, and you really see where the people are doing the work on the courses (not the city as much and many people think).  Your help will only fuel the fire to continue to creae more disc golf for everyone on a local scale.

League at SMP is free currently, though it may change in the future, but now, just glad to have you join!!

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Cliff Drive / Work Day(Weekend) Cliff Drive June 13-14
« on: June 02, 2009, 09:47:30 am »
I am planning on working at Cliff Drive all Weekend during this time frame.  What I hope to accomplish will be as follows:
1-clean up the right (south) side of the green and the hill side by the old teeing area.

2-clean out a little to the left (west) of the teeing area, and trim up behind the basket towards the tee of terror.

Trail to #3 clean it out and make it shine all the way down to the bottom so the trail extended towards #3's fairway.

3-clean up around the green cut out the honeysuckle around the green on the rock, and SPRAY it down good.  Clean out the tee area to the right all the way, get all of that outta there.

4-Spray it down good, clean out the area to the left and right of the stairs, chop the weeds down on the hill in front of the pad. (Need to get big weed whacker from Bill)

5-clean up in between the long placement and short, chop, cut, expose.

Trail from #7 short basket to #6 teeing area clean it up, mark it, make it accessible for people to get to (this is not a typo)  This starts about where the wall across the street ends on the Southern end, about 20' away.

6-clean up just off the pad to the old teeing area right and left, maintain grass in there, continue to build the rock walls for compost/dead tree stuff on the Western part, I want like 3-4 of them for ease of mowing eventually....

7-clean up around the middle placement chop dead out, spruce up long placement, leaving a few of the bushes to mess with people.

Trail to 8-clean it up, take down the dead tree, spray the honeysuckle, chop the IVY....

8-Tee pad area mowed, replace the bench, build racks into the hillside to blend in.  Mow deeper on the fairway than what the contractor is (talk with P&R).  Clean out the area just off the teepad towards the short placement.  Build the stage with left over forms after the pads are done.

Paint the road with solid OB line, just one Jack, not three.....

13 & 15-Chop the ivy from the big tree then SPRAY IT DEAD.....

This is my own personal todo list.  You do not have to be me to complete anything listed.  If you want to help, even if its spraying for an hour, let me know, and I can get you a sprayer.  I would love to spray out there for a few hours with about 4-5 of us (I ahve the containers) then come back the week and chop it all down.

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General Banter / Work Day(Weekend) Cliff Drive June 13-14
« on: June 02, 2009, 09:47:08 am »
I am planning on working at Cliff Drive all Weekend during this time frame.  What I hope to accomplish will be as follows:
1-clean up the right (south) side of the green and the hill side by the old teeing area.

2-clean out a little to the left (west) of the teeing area, and trim up behind the basket towards the tee of terror.

Trail to #3 clean it out and make it shine all the way down to the bottom so the trail extended towards #3's fairway.

3-clean up around the green cut out the honeysuckle around the green on the rock, and SPRAY it down good.  Clean out the tee area to the right all the way, get all of that outta there.

4-Spray it down good, clean out the area to the left and right of the stairs, chop the weeds down on the hill in front of the pad. (Need to get big weed whacker from Bill)

5-clean up in between the long placement and short, chop, cut, expose.

Trail from #7 short basket to #6 teeing area clean it up, mark it, make it accessible for people to get to (this is not a typo)  This starts about where the wall across the street ends on the Southern end, about 20' away.

6-clean up just off the pad to the old teeing area right and left, maintain grass in there, continue to build the rock walls for compost/dead tree stuff on the Western part, I want like 3-4 of them for ease of mowing eventually....

7-clean up around the middle placement chop dead out, spruce up long placement, leaving a few of the bushes to mess with people.

Trail to 8-clean it up, take down the dead tree, spray the honeysuckle, chop the IVY....

8-Tee pad area mowed, replace the bench, build racks into the hillside to blend in.  Mow deeper on the fairway than what the contractor is (talk with P&R).  Clean out the area just off the teepad towards the short placement.  Build the stage with left over forms after the pads are done.

Paint the road with solid OB line, just one Jack, not three.....

13 & 15-Chop the ivy from the big tree then SPRAY IT DEAD.....

This is my own personal todo list.  You do not have to be me to complete anything listed.  If you want to help, even if its spraying for an hour, let me know, and I can get you a sprayer.  I would love to spray out there for a few hours with about 4-5 of us (I ahve the containers) then come back the week and chop it all down.

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Club Archives / Work Day(Weekend) Cliff Drive June 13-14
« on: June 02, 2009, 08:44:08 am »
I am planning on working at Cliff Drive all Weekend during this time frame.  What I hope to accomplish will be as follows:
1-clean up the right (south) side of the green and the hill side by the old teeing area.

2-clean out a little to the left (west) of the teeing area, and trim up behind the basket towards the tee of terror.

Trail to #3 clean it out and make it shine all the way down to the bottom so the trail extended towards #3's fairway.

3-clean up around the green cut out the honeysuckle around the green on the rock, and SPRAY it down good.  Clean out the tee area to the right all the way, get all of that outta there.

4-Spray it down good, clean out the area to the left and right of the stairs, chop the weeds down on the hill in front of the pad. (Need to get big weed whacker from Bill)

5-clean up in between the long placement and short, chop, cut, expose.

Trail from #7 short basket to #6 teeing area clean it up, mark it, make it accessible for people to get to (this is not a typo)  This starts about where the wall across the street ends on the Southern end, about 20' away.

6-clean up just off the pad to the old teeing area right and left, maintain grass in there, continue to build the rock walls for compost/dead tree stuff on the Western part, I want like 3-4 of them for ease of mowing eventually....

7-clean up around the middle placement chop dead out, spruce up long placement, leaving a few of the bushes to mess with people.

Trail to 8-clean it up, take down the dead tree, spray the honeysuckle, chop the IVY....

8-Tee pad area mowed, replace the bench, build racks into the hillside to blend in.  Mow deeper on the fairway than what the contractor is (talk with P&R).  Clean out the area just off the teepad towards the short placement.  Build the stage with left over forms after the pads are done.

Paint the road with solid OB line, just one Jack, not three.....

13 & 15-Chop the ivy from the big tree then SPRAY IT DEAD.....

This is my own personal todo list.  You do not have to be me to complete anything listed.  If you want to help, even if its spraying for an hour, let me know, and I can get you a sprayer.  I would love to spray out there for a few hours with about 4-5 of us (I ahve the containers) then come back the week and chop it all down.

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Cliff Drive / League 6-1-09
« on: June 02, 2009, 08:27:31 am »
5 out for a BEAUTIFUL evening, we had 2 people show up that played all weekend in the Wide Open, one of them was a winner, and the other one made it through the weekend.  It looked as though Arturo was going to take away MORE MONEY from Cliff drive as his shot on #5 missed by inches from capping the basket and making us all cry, but alas the round ended and no one hit the basket on their first throw, though I came kinda close on #10.....

We all played relatively well, except for Artutro, he miseed a few E-Z shots.....(ratings based on final round from Sunday)

Arturo-52 (1040)
Jack-59 (980)
Danger-60 (971)
Morales-64 (937)
Demian-64 (937)

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Tournaments / Re: 27th Kansas City Wide Open - MAY 30 & 31, 2009
« on: June 01, 2009, 01:15:18 pm »
Was the homeless lady from Hole #1 at Cliff part of the gallery over the weekend?

Dork.....had you moved aroud from that lounger you would have known it.

Glover, it is basically going over the drop zone ruling.  Trying to explan that you need to be past the drop zone to use it seems to confuse people.  Also league play last week the course was different than what we did for the Wide Open.

Brad, thanks for the kind words.  Not to take anything away from DICK, but he did do a pretty good job, but it takes a lot more people behind the scenes that help to make this event run smooth.  Those of you that did not go to Stonewall missed a pretty good time....those of us that stayed late drinking out of the "lid" is something that I know we will never forget!

Looking forward to hopefully playing in this event next year.

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General Banter / Re: Sun Burn Open
« on: June 01, 2009, 12:43:18 pm »
It got blisters, and was destroyed.  The city ran out of money to run the fountains as well, so that tourney may vanish as well.....With the World's this year, I do not plan on running any other PDGA events this year at this time.  If someone would like to step up and take this event, that would be great.

I am working on an event that is very selfish in some respects, but wonderful in others.  My daughter has been invited to go to DC for a school project, but the catch is that you have to pay for it.  The cost is ~$3500, so I am going to have a Send Marley to DC event for her to see what we can raise.  I am hopeful that I can get over $1000.....

More to follow on that.  The Sun Burn Open was actually brought up here by a person that used to run it and then when he moved here, asked for it, didn't show up to run, or do anything, then I kept it going, but not this year, and doubt that I will do it again.

Jack

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General Banter / Re: Not DG related: NHL Playoffs
« on: June 01, 2009, 10:35:40 am »
Marley says-
"Penguins are practically chickens, they're birds that don't fly!"

Jack says-

"I hate Gabe."

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Tournaments / Re: 27th Kansas City Wide Open - MAY 30 & 31, 2009
« on: June 01, 2009, 10:17:59 am »
I'll work on the pads.  The Island hole will not be used at World's, I'll create another pin placement that is just as precarious, and doesn't require a PHD to remember......I'll leave the island for the other events that we have......

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Tournaments / Re: 27th Kansas City Wide Open - MAY 30 & 31, 2009
« on: June 01, 2009, 09:52:11 am »
So Some dorky #'s that are completely inaccurate, but kinda neat to me.....based on the Wide Open Configuration with the Pro' players ratings:
~1000 rated rounds on each course:
SM Park-50
WyCo-54/55
WW-52
Cliff-56/57

Hmm......Looks like Cliff played the Toughest now looking at the Am' Player ratings......
WyCo-56 was a 977......it was less windy in the afternoon.......
SM Park-48
Cliff-55
WW-51

Thanks to all who attended....

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WYCO / Re: League Stats through May 28
« on: May 29, 2009, 01:22:00 pm »
BTW,

I liked your changes.....I may do that as well on the rest of them as well.....

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WYCO / Re: League Stats through May 28
« on: May 29, 2009, 01:20:03 pm »
I left the old one in there, this is a new spreadsheet that I just uploaded.....you were the only one updating it......

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