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5041
General Banter / $$$$$ ACE FUNDS $$$$$
« on: August 18, 2006, 08:27:06 AM »
WW-$608 as of this morning!!!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA
 :P

5042
Water Works / 8/17 Water Works League
« on: August 18, 2006, 08:23:02 AM »
No WyCo for me, and  yes I did not care that I was last.  I was proud that I was Ble to sport a 1-2-3-4-5-6 on my card for the night!  Even losing tag #14 for #23 not a problem!  Glad Sprague was on my card to watch it as well!!

5043
Cliff Drive / Work Days Coming Up
« on: August 02, 2006, 10:50:50 PM »
Work needed done-
#1-clear out area of taken out spots, clean it up.  Be sure #1 green is ready.  Remove trash, remove trash, remove trash.

#2-weedeat, take out tree that obstructs path, remove ankle busters, spray honey suckle.

#3-WOW look at this growth, remove growth after spraying with honeysuckle kill all along trail to pad and basket.

#4-trash off hill, spray with herbicide.

#5-put in new placement by old teeing area, spray honeysuckle down especially to the right (north) of current pin, clear out the entire area for newer landing zones.

#6-clean up area as needed

#7-spray all new Honey suckle growth, especially upon the hill heading up to the basket.

#8-MAN can a fella get rid of growth, lets see the CLIFF for crying out loud, get rid of all growth and expose the cliff, spraying the area with herbicide especially up to the "party zone" for the band to be seen.

#9-clear out around the green, take out tree hanging over the fairway that needs to go.

#10-get in the new placement area, to clear out for the stage for the band, will need a bridge to get the band over, need railroad ties initially, this is clearing out to the north of current location, and going deep.

The basic premise is to work on the area between #1, and new #10 and weed eat the funk out of it build a bridge, and clear to see the cliff on #8, I want to get that done this week! (ok before the event)

Any and all help will be appreciated, we need to clear out #3 as well it is OVER grown!

I am going to get this done, I expect you to do it with me.  Call and let me know what time you will be there!!

:)
(think that will work?)
;)

5044
Cliff Drive / LSD VI-Sunday 9/1 Most people don't work Monday!!
« on: August 02, 2006, 10:41:28 PM »
Lance Stanton Doubles VI

This is the event that brought the course to Cliff Drive!! Continue to be a part of the history!!

I am proud to host once again the Lance Stanton Doubles Event on Sunday September 1 (Sunday of Labor Day Weekend-No work Monday for many!) This is a bring your own partner event, but those without are encouraged to show up as some may not have a partner. Last year we had 58 players, I want 74 this year! Come and get your pieces of the rock!

Entry Fees-
$20/person-Open
$10/Person-All other Divisions
Add-
$3/person Ace Fund
$2/person non-KCFDC Member

Registration from 9:00-10:00

Tee Off-10:30

Round 1-Best Shot

Round 2-666 format

Holes 1-6 Alternate Shot
Holes 7-12 Best Shot
Holes 13-18 Worst Shot (as determined by the other team(s))

Thats right a switch in the 6-6-6 format to WORST shot this year.

If no Aces hit CF gets more $$$$. This is a fund raiser for Cystic Fibrosis, to have checks tax deductible, please make out your contribution directly to the Cystic Fibrosis foundation. If you are able to make donations please let me know and I will get your name and organization in the program (electronic artwork is preferred, or a biz card if nothing else!). Looking for CTP prizes for all levels, Chiefs TIX would be great, restaraunt vouchers, shirts, hats, you name it, will give it away(ask your local boss for some goodies to help your bad disc golf habit and get others hooked)!!

Here are the winners from LSD V 2005

LaRon Harrison & Eric McCabe Open

Dick (Parker) & Tracey (Walker) Adv

Brain Gammon & Dan Coffman Adv Mstr

Becky & Maul Mixed

Please contact me directly for information
Jack

5045
Tournaments / LSD VI-Doubles Cliff Drive Sunday 9/3
« on: August 02, 2006, 10:33:14 PM »
Lance Stanton Doubles VI

This is the event that brought the course to Cliff Drive!!  Continue to be a part of the history!!

I am proud to host once again the Lance Stanton Doubles Event on Sunday September 1 (Sunday of Labor Day Weekend-No work Monday for many!)  This is a bring your own partner event, but those without are encouraged to show up as some may not have a partner.  Last year we had 58 players, I want 74 this year!  Come and get your pieces of the rock!

Entry Fees-
$20/person-Open
$10/Person-All other Divisions
Add-
$3/person Ace Fund
$2/person non-KCFDC Member

Registration from 9:00-10:00

Tee Off-10:30

Round 1-Best Shot

Round 2-666 format

Holes 1-6 Alternate Shot
Holes 7-12 Best Shot
Holes 13-18 Worst Shot (as determined by the other team(s))

Thats right a switch in the 6-6-6 format to WORST shot this year.

If no Aces hit CF gets more $$$$.   This is a fund raiser for Cystic Fibrosis, to have checks tax deductible, please make out your contribution directly to the Cystic Fibrosis foundation.  If you are able to make donations please let me know and I will get your name and organization in the program (electronic artwork is preferred, or a biz card if nothing else!).  Looking for CTP prizes for all levels, Chiefs TIX would be great, restaraunt vouchers, shirts, hats, you name it, will give it away(ask your local boss for some goodies to help your bad disc golf habit and get others hooked)!!

Here are the winners from LSD V 2005

LaRon Harrison & Eric McCabe Open

Dick (Parker) & Tracey (Walker) Adv

Brain Gammon & Dan Coffman Adv Mstr

Becky & Maul Mixed

Please contact me directly for information
Jack

5046
Tournaments / Lions Den Cliff Drive Sunday August 13
« on: August 02, 2006, 10:21:44 PM »
Cliff Drive Probably start ~1 or so, this is the birthday bash for all you Leo's and your friends.  Entry should be ~$15 which will include food and drink, custom prize discs, and a band playing.  More info as I get it.  Will be working on the course next week to get it ready.  As the logo gets ready and I get home I will post more information.

5047
Tournaments / PDGA US Mid-Nationals
« on: July 14, 2006, 08:15:22 AM »
Thanks-

Many ticks.  Beautiful fairways, excellent courses, over all a solid design on most courses with some holes that made no sense, putting a basket wedged in between 3 trees 5 feet above the ground, is about as dumb as you can get in my book.  But alas that was one hole.

I would suggest that anyone that ever gets the chance to play up in the Highbridge Hills courses, they make the trip.

This place is the BOMB, there is truly no other place in world that can compete at this point that I have played, and I am close to 300 courses played.

Thanks,

Jack

5048
General Banter / Do you play any of the Leagues?
« on: July 14, 2006, 08:06:42 AM »
playing against better players only gives you ideas on how to play better, and improve your own game.  Leagues are a great way to cheaply improve your game, find people that will give you pointers, and meet some new great golfers.

Jack

5049
General Banter / Crestview got jacked
« on: July 14, 2006, 07:55:28 AM »
I think that you are sending the wrong message to the P&R.  I think that you need to TALK with them prior to moving the baskets, and develop a game plan.  To just remove the baskets because one was stolen is not fair to all the people that play.  Putting a sign up that says that the basket was stolen on this hole would be better.  The tone in the letter does not exactly make a warm and fuzzy appearance to the P&R as well.

The land that you are playing is the P&R's, I undeerstand that yours and many other lives have been spent there, but you need to have that dialogue with the P&R so that this does not go generally into the wrong hands, and feel as though you are threating them.  I would spend some time talking with the person in charge of the park first then see what action plan you can put together.

I would also suggest if funding is that tight to have a course fund-raising event to give the city some matching funds and see if that would help show that you want to be a part of the solution, and not just asking for money.  Some departments have $$ others don't, if you could work on a game plan to make it so that they look as though they are not doing it alone, but partnering up with a good local organization that cares should go much further than just saying the city should pay.

Just my thoughts, but any basket thieve deserves to have thier thumbs cut off in my book.

Best of luck.

Jack

5050
General Banter / $$$$$ ACE FUNDS $$$$$
« on: June 30, 2006, 04:02:08 PM »
dont you have to go but beer and soda for your non-ace hitting league?

(someone should get it tonight with that comment!!)
:)

5051
General Banter / $$$$$ ACE FUNDS $$$$$
« on: June 30, 2006, 03:59:56 PM »
nononononono

If your dues lapsed within the last 30 days, you have a grace period.  At no point is there a clause that would allow you to keep the $$ instead of dues removed, ask Beckett, Arturo, Todd Henry, Mike D........ I think that all of them have hit aces during leagues more than once in the same year.

Sorry for the confusion.

Hope this is as clear as mud.....

5052
Swope / 6-26 league
« on: June 30, 2006, 03:37:59 PM »
course was set SHORT for the solstice doubles, imagine that they didn't move the pins prior to league.

TJ is a slacker.  I bet he put his discs under the baskets before league started, and used some method of mind control to appear to throw discs....... :twisted:

5053
General Banter / $$$$$ ACE FUNDS $$$$$
« on: June 30, 2006, 03:35:24 PM »
Regular WW league at one point was over $2000, and was hit by someone from Topeka I believe.  That was before the $1 discount, and directly contributed to the change in the $1 discount.  

Before there was additional charge for non-members, after everyone and their friends started to show up, and it was hit by a non-club member I started a thread and this method seemed to meet with the most approval.

I wanted non-clubmembers to only get $50 for ace funds under $500, $100 for under $1000, etc......but alas this method seemed to be the best to everyone.

Now, for expired club members that hit an ace, as long as it is within 30 days of expiration you are ok, if it is over 30 days and you have not paid, then your loss (exceptions can be made if no notifications were sent.  Check your mailboxes soon as notifications were just sent this week.)

Hope that helps.

Jack

5054
Tournaments / Solstice Doubles 6/24
« on: June 27, 2006, 10:31:32 AM »
you can't p[redict the rain....

if you can, you need to work for NASA.

I want to personally thank Jeff and Sean for calling off the event.  That rain would have left the park a miserable mess with 100 people trying to play on that could have eroded years of work on the grass that we have been doing.

There comes a point that you must just say enough.  When it threatens the dignity of the park, that decision should be made.  I am not sure if that was discussed or not, but it should be a concern on a
fun" event.  We don't want to destroy the land by trying to finish an event that for the most part even with one round people still had a fun time playing.

IMPO

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Tournaments / 6th Osky Challenge - June 24/25
« on: June 19, 2006, 05:32:12 PM »
gotta be something in the water up there TJ!!

This course is a nice course, not heavily wooded on a very nice GRASSY fairway, I think that they said that they found 1 dandelion last year.......wish we could have that problem.  This is where I was born and is where I first played regularly back in the days when I sucked, ohhhh wait that hasn't changed, only the course has from 9 to 18.......

I would encourage anyone to go it should be a fun time, but will fill up for sure, so pre-register!

Jack

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