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Bag Tags / What number ya got?
« on: April 03, 2006, 11:06:25 AM »
still holding #7, hope to keep it tonight at CLiff Drive League

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.



Water Works / Pin setting for Mighty Mo Please-Jamie!
« on: April 03, 2006, 11:00:06 AM »
1-Left on hill
2-Top of hill
11-Right (close to road)
12-long left
16-Right by tree
17-right bottom hill
18-Top of hill Right

Right then,

Jamie if you can get these moved that would be great.



Blue Valley / A Blue Critique
« on: March 28, 2006, 07:00:51 PM »
from the poll, it appears that is the concensus.  I have not had a chance to play it yet with the pads in the ground.  I hope to get out there over the next few days, if not next week with extra time to see how it truly plays.  I am not sure if hole #10 is in the ground or not yet, but will look into it.  I agree as a rag arm I still think that it makes more sense to play this type of golf, but others may not like it, to each their own, but to add this to the list of courses within KC is surely only going to create "TALK" about the disc golf scene within KC.

Found and Lost / Discs that need to be home
« on: March 27, 2006, 07:35:54 PM »
sounds like you need to quit playing WyCo....

Cliff Drive / t pads
« on: March 27, 2006, 04:11:47 PM »
huh?  That makes no sense.  No tee-pads because honestly the course is not ready for them yet.  We are still tinkering with holes, and the final design configuration is not done.  There is more things being put into the park that I have been asking for, like a water fountain, and other amenities that make it pointless to put in pads yet.  Once the course is ready to go, and we are ready to move ahead with the nest phase then we will.

One thing about KC and disc golf is that WE ARE SPOILED!  We have the best courses almost hands down across the country in terms of diversity, amenities, people that take care of them, concrete pads, mulitple pins instead of multiple pads (though Blue Valley will have both).  When you start to play some of the other 1800 courses in america, you learn quick that we are spoiled, and we do it with minimal help from the club members themsleves, with the exception of a few hard working fools, the P&R, and then citizens within the neighborhoods.  P&R don't have a budget to work on the disc golf courses in town, so the work that gets done gets done out of love and determination by a few dedicated people.  Want to help with pads, come on out this Saturday and help to get the course ready to play. (workday 8:30am Saturday the 1st)



« on: March 27, 2006, 04:06:17 PM »
But it still doesn't really clarify the ruling.  I think that TAGS should be a SINGLES only event, if everyone on the card agrees on doubles, then fine, but it is clearly the option of all parties , I think that should be the rule, since you never know who your partner can be.  Most people will figure it out, but we shuold be covered.



Cliff Drive / Work Days Coming Up
« on: March 26, 2006, 10:49:19 PM »
Will be working as time permits over the next couple of weeks.
Plan on marking teeing areas
repainting OB's
New hole configuration on new #8, and then work on the "new #11"  
#10 as it exists will be leaving us
New tee area on #6
Fix hit poles on #12 & #13
Clear out current #8 and remove downed debris, take some from "new #8" and combine......speaking of smells, what is burning?

Those are the big items prior to the 8th that need to be done.  I will be out there for sure next Saturday 4/1/06  Want to start early and then leave in time to finish and get to the last Down Under league of the season.

Tournaments / Pre-registration and lists Mighty MO
« on: March 26, 2006, 10:43:49 PM »
For pre-registration to the Mighty MO PDGA C-Tier on April 8th
please send $ to
Jack Lowe
(Make checks payable KCFDC)
300 Spruce
KC MO 64124


Entrants so far (List will be updated as time permits)
Dan Busenbarrick  #28889-Men's Recreational
Angela Biondo-Busenbarrick  #28890-Women's Recreational
Brad Damico  #28309-Men's Recreational

Tournaments / Walk The Plank Challenge Council Bluffs
« on: March 26, 2006, 10:36:49 PM »
Is this the Fly-18 course on the campus?  I visited it when Reese was there working on the installation, it was about 60% when I was there.  That could be a fun event for sure if it is there.  If so, is this how musch work has the grounds crew done to open up and clear out some of the spaces.



Bag Tags / What number ya got?
« on: March 26, 2006, 10:30:30 PM »
I got first time out will probably be on the first league night either at Cliff Drive or is closer to home, and needs some work prior to the next weekend of the Mighty MO!!

« on: March 26, 2006, 10:28:37 PM »
What about double events?  If we are to have a doubles league, or as is the case in Down Under league, can a tag challenge be refused?  I mean it is a KCFDC event, or because it is a single tag, you have an option to accept challenges if your team members on the cards all agree on a methos that everyone works with prior to the round completion.  IS there any special circumstances for doubles?

Just asking for trouble here huh?


Cliff Drive / Holy Cow!!!
« on: March 20, 2006, 11:38:40 PM »
creating a new hole.......should be fun!

Found and Lost / disc golf stores
« on: March 18, 2006, 12:37:50 AM »
Red X carries discs, but they are limited right now, they should be replenished soon.

Water Works / Mighty Mo April 8-PDGA C-Tier
« on: March 13, 2006, 04:34:54 PM »
Mighty Mo Challenge April 8

PDGA C-Tier Event

Water Works

Cliff Drive

Entry Fees:
Open Division- $40
All Other Pro Divisions - $30
All Advanced Am Divisions - $25
All Intermediate Am Divisions - $20
All Recreational Divisions - $15
All Junior Divisions - $15

Minimum of three players required to open a division.
$5 PDGA event fee required for all non-current, non-members, and
non-developmental members, except juniors.
$10 PDGA Developmental Memberships will be available for non-members and members
not current since 2003, valid for three months.
The $10 fee applies to converting to a full membership within three months.
Ace Fund optional of $3-if No ace hit, 50/50 CTP at end of day.

Registration from 8:00am to 9:30am at Water Works Park.
Player's meeting at 9:45am and the first round begins at 10:00am sharp.
Second round (Cliff Drive) starts one hour after last first round card is turned
in at Water Works, there will be another players meeting to cover the new course

Please forward to all your friends, registration will be capped at 90 people.  
No Late registration (after 9:30am) will be accepted.  To Pre-register, please
contact Jack Lowe.

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Jack Lowe
"Disc Golf-
Like ball golf, only faster,
cheaper, and healthier!"

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