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General Banter / Re: non-disc topic-NFL
« on: January 19, 2009, 04:01:24 PM »
Man I gotta love being the underdog here, thanks Will, good to see someone konws the story.....

Cliff Drive / changes acoming
« on: January 19, 2009, 12:17:04 PM »
The the new president, in disc golf, and the United states, it only makes sense that we try our hand at change in the dcisc golf community.

So I will do my best and work on the changes at Cliff Drive.

Here are a few if you have not played recently.

1-new teeing area, deeper, and to the south of the older location, look for more work to be done here.

2-cleaning of the side of the hill-new basket soon

3-new lower tee pad, makes an interesting shot now, a RHBH, will have to force a STABLE disc over, and have it flex to get there now, a LHBH, will probably have to tee with a forehand shot.  Thanks to Keizer

4-just keeping it clean baby-new basket soon

5-cleaning up and keeping the hill side open, will need a better stairs to climb though.

path to 5-6 new steps, thanks to Keizer and his man Don

6-keeping it clean baby

7-Look for a new placement way deep in the woods.  The area was cleared out by Keizer, then I went with him to clean it up some more, but this new placement will have a tricky shot for the deep placement, with the road as an OB possible.  Also the Teeing area will likely move north ahead of the water drainage issues, or could move way longer deep.

8-return of the old long placement is coming soon.

9-unsure, but there is a shelf long left of existing placement that I have thought about for awhile....

10-there will be a new placement to the left of the short, but not as long as the long, and place that hill drop off as an issue for the green.

11-new hole configuration coming soon, will be shorter, and the road will come into play.

12-why mess with the devil?  It hurts enough people already.

13-in my best HOMER, BORING, I need to plant trees, and shubbery

14-status quo

15-New placement behind the big tree to come

16-love this hole, doubt anything happens.

17-Tee area to move forward 70'-80', new pin placement on the island to come

18-probably status quo, though it depends on the water fountain going in.

And of course tee pads.  The hope is to form up the boxes this month on all except 1 & 7 which will require extra work, stay tuned as this course gets ready to be disected, and made fun of during the worlds.

General Banter / Re: non-disc topic-NFL
« on: January 19, 2009, 11:55:51 AM »
wow I did not know......I have heard that the Bird is word, but then it met with a STEEL force, and died.  Nice to know though that they give the MVP to people on the losing team, then Warner can have his second.

General Banter / Re: non-disc topic-NFL
« on: January 19, 2009, 11:23:08 AM »
In case you missed it earlier......




7th superbowl, it will be the 6th win for the franchise, love to eat birds to start out the new year.

Pleasant Hill / Re: Course Improvements
« on: January 16, 2009, 05:26:28 PM »
this is awesome!

Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl
« on: January 16, 2009, 03:23:14 PM »
I would have came if you had Merlot.....

Club Archives / Re: 2009 Pro/Am & Jr. World Championships
« on: January 16, 2009, 03:22:11 PM »
we will make it happen then, that also ensures no confusion from us as to the layout, and we can be sure that the distances are exactly accurate.

We will need to do some tweaking at Blue Valley, and also incorporate some type of marking system to indicate when you are like 250-300' out

Club Archives / Re: 2009 Pro/Am & Jr. World Championships
« on: January 15, 2009, 09:58:30 PM »
i think those courses that have cashen sleeves should get marked with paint or something to indicate it if possible, so people can visually think about it even with out the signs.

General Banter / Re: non-disc topic-NFL
« on: January 14, 2009, 03:56:15 PM »

This has NOTHING To do with:
Re: non-disc topic-NFL
It has everything to do with WRONGNESS

league starts at 6, glow and regular, it changes during October when we lose daylight, but once glow is on, its a 6:00 start again.

Club Archives / Re: 2009 Pro/Am & Jr. World Championships
« on: January 14, 2009, 03:09:26 PM »
Yes.  They will not be moving pins during the week, or actually the 3 weeks prior to the event.  Actually, if we have the pins in place by the Wide Open, why bother moving them.  We can groom the courses to those pins in place, and get it ready for the big dance.

General Banter / Re: non-disc topic-NFL
« on: January 14, 2009, 02:42:19 PM »
Nope, been a steelers and pirates fan since I was able to discern that the Big Red Machine was done with their winning ways ( I always hated Pete Rose, but loved the Reds, Johnny Bench was my hero).  Being from IA I have the luxury of being a fan of what I chose not because I have to support the community I live, so I liked Pittsburgh (Black and Gold is also Iowa Hawkeye colors, and I am all BIG TEN, not big 8 ) so that could of played into it.

Bradshaw, Swann, Stallworth, Harris, Rocky, Ham, Lambert, Webster, Mean Joe, LC Greenwood, Dwight White, Mel Blount, Art Rooney and Chuck Noll, man ever since I was a wee one, and the Frenchy Fugua against the Raiders, I was hooked.  It really helped that I hated the cowboys, I thought the whole O-line dance thing was about as stupid as anything I could ever imagine, and just thought that they were ridiculous, so it made sense to me to love the Terrible Towels, and then watch as Bradshaw made it happen.  Used to love watching Earl Campell as well, man the AFC Central was tough then.

So I come by the Steelers honestly.  When I was 4 or 5, my grandpa got me a Chiefs helmet.  I didn't wear it, because I didn't like the red helmet, I wanted to have it Black.  Being Catholic I of course loved the Irish, and then when I was 7 or so I took off the stickers and spray painted it Gold, got a little towel to cover myself and wrote # 3 on it.  I thought that was the coolest thing ever to do, and I was not alone in the greatness that ensued.  Now I am an AFC person, but for a time, I liked the gold in the NFL that was a dynasty as grand as the Curtain, but I never left, and living in KC, I have to support the home team, and I am hopeful as many others that our time does not feel like a 5 year plan any longer.

Chiefs football in the early 90's when I moved here was fun to watch.  I only hope that we get at least 1/2 that same excitement next year here, but for right now, I can clearly see my favorite PITTSBURGH STEELERS winning the Lamar Hunt Trophy, then getting the Lombardi, but it will be tough, as I'd like to see the Cardinals at least get to the game (I think every franchise should be in a championship game in Football, well except for the Raiders, and the Cowboys, and the Ravens, and the Colts, and the Broncos, but I did root for the orange Crush b/c I hate Dallas, I mean I hate them)

So if the Browns do beat the Steelers this weekend, I will be rooting for the NFC.

I am a STEELER FAN, if in doubt ask the KC Star, they refused to interview me because as it was pointed out when asked if I am a chiefs fan about Carl, my "friends" indicated that I was a Steelers fan, to which the reporter interviewed all of those around me, and left me alone.

Being alone as a steelers fan in KC, I can hang with.  We are tough like that.

General Banter / Re: non-disc topic-NFL
« on: January 14, 2009, 10:21:07 AM »


Rosedale / Re: Rosey DU League Results 01-10-09
« on: January 12, 2009, 04:00:19 PM »
if he hit 17 trees, its a good thing Otto wa on his game then...

General Banter / Re: non-disc topic-NFL
« on: January 12, 2009, 02:04:40 PM »
I smell side bet, and I really wish I cuold a bet that there would not have been a Titans/Ravens game next week, it couldn't of happened, man I wish I could bet all the time, but then thats when I lose, some one gets lucky....its tough being the best.

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