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General Banter / Re: Local Ratings through 5/21
« on: May 23, 2008, 09:30:33 am »
Yeah, I was worried about my rating locally, why I decided not to finish one round....

I think that I have an 806 rated round in that scoring, but Chapman would be the advisor on that.....having a couple of 1000 rated rounds certainly do not hurt getting to that point....

General Banter / Re: Local Ratings through 5/21
« on: May 22, 2008, 11:21:02 am »
Folks, that posted information by some dummy named Andy is inaccurate, do not believe his post, as he did not take into account that tournament rounds are in the mix from PDGA, and DeeLiteful days, so his theory (nothing new for this guy folks) is wrong!

You may continue to listen to John Chapman, and ignore this Andy character that keeps on pushing his own desires to read information as he sees fit!

Blue Valley / Re: Blue Valley 9-Hole Course
« on: May 22, 2008, 11:10:01 am »
hole 9 is close to 380' so it does stand out a little bit different than the rest of them....

General Banter / Re: Local Ratings through 5/21
« on: May 22, 2008, 10:56:17 am »
953....a couple of 1000 rated rounds have moved me up, I feel like the Jefferson's!

Beginners / Re: great day, bad day
« on: May 21, 2008, 02:47:58 pm »
You guys are pathetic, Really..... 18 is a very attainable 3, 16 I can SORT of understand, but again 2 good shots should put you there.

Beginners / Re: great day, bad day
« on: May 19, 2008, 12:23:03 pm »
Hole #18 @ CLIFF is not a par 4, it is a long Par 3, as is #16, the only hole that is a par 4, would be #13 LONG to the old practice basket pin, so lest you think that you can change Par on my course...STOP IT.

Now the real kicker is these aces.....I played for over 20 years before i got my first ace, 10/99 @ Swope old Dobe' hole, and you fols getting them in teh first few months, well, it just aint fair......

Cliff Drive / Re: Cliff is mowed!!!
« on: May 19, 2008, 08:49:24 am »
I'll get out there tomorrow and move #4, #5, #10, #18, and possibly try to put in the new placement on #15, (Behind the big tree on the left from the pad).

Tournaments / Re: Kansas City Disc Golf Day May17th!
« on: May 19, 2008, 08:47:45 am »
That shirt is really "primer Gray", you can make it across the tracks now.....

Rosedale / Re: Rosedale League 5/14 ACE!
« on: May 15, 2008, 01:13:39 pm »
Tipped out long, shot a 1041 on the max configuration.....for the night!
;D ;D


I'll be drinking Green Beer.....and if you meant May 17th, why would you chose the same day as Disc Golf Day?

Club Archives / Re: 2008 KC Wide Open
« on: May 14, 2008, 04:18:04 pm »
For those of you planning on attending, the Wide Open, if you want to get the best place to stay at teh discount rate, you better do so fast, the discount ends on Saturday, the rate will jump back to $289/night from the $134 that they are offering.


Westin Crown Center will be the Host hotel for the 2009 Pro/Am Worlds and 26th Wide Open.

Located in the heart of downtown Kansas City, Crown Center is often called a city within a city. Three levels of great shopping and dining compliment two of the city’s most luxurious hotels, exquisite office buildings, a residential community and several entertainment attractions. It all surrounds the worldwide headquarters of Hallmark Cards, Inc. Bring your family and your imagination for an unforgettable visit to Crown Center.

Prairie Center / Re: League Question from a Newbie
« on: May 13, 2008, 10:04:05 am »
Olathe actually has a handicap Am league, so come on out, plan on spending $5 to play, and then an additional $1 for the Ace (hole in one) fund.  Club members get a $1 discount.  After you play the first week, Bob will get you a handicap and then it rotates as you play so keep in line with your game as it improves.

Come on out, do not be scared, those guys are nice, (well excpet Andy, he's mean as a hornet.......)

Club Archives / Re: Waterworks
« on: May 13, 2008, 10:01:18 am »
Although Swope does lend itself nicely for viewing, the finals at WW have always been special to me.  I remember them fondly, and love seeing people chuck the plastic in the air there.  Parking at WW is a slight bear, but not AWFUL, as long as it is done correctly.  Finishing holes on #14 witht eh skyline backdrop is not something that Swope, or any other course other than Cliff offer in town.  It is by far the most favorite of courses by the big dogs, and in all honesty excluding the parking is a great place to watch disc golf.

So you can't sit at the shack and watch people play on 12 holes......GET UP AND WALK....LAZY Fu$^@#*ER's

Shawnee Mission / Re: Shawnee Mission Course OPEN !!
« on: May 08, 2008, 05:16:36 pm »
Fellow Disc Golfers,
YES, its true. Saturday morning Nov 10th 2007 the baskets were  put into place and the course is open for play!!

The official course map and rules can be viewed/printed from Johnson County PRD link

A variety of other parks to be enjoyed can be found at

NOTICE: Hole 4 has been removed. Previous hole 5 is now hole 4. A new hole 6 has been added across path from Hole 5, shooting towards the Administration building.

Please remember:
No Alcohol - will be enforced
Yield to all Pedestrians
Dogs on Leashes
On or across all roads or paths is OB
In or over creek on hole 2 is OB
Most fun wins!

We will be using flags for the tee boxes until we have a solid idea where the permanent pads will go. Soon we will install paver stones to define the tee boxes.


I see it as new...but I am sort a wierd......

Shawnee Mission / Re: Shawnee Mission Course OPEN !!
« on: May 08, 2008, 05:15:47 pm »
I saw the new configuration when I looked at the very first item in the topic.......

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