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League at Harmon will be a go tonight for all those staying in town.

Would like to start closer to 6:00 to try and miss the rain, so show up early please.

$5 dubs, $1 ace fund
I DO NOT HAVE EXTRA LIGHTS. So please bring your own.

A couple extra holes in the mix. 20 total again.
See you there.

Text me if you are coming but running late. 913-620-5881

11 out for the first Wednesday glow league.

Random Draw Best Shot doubles.

20 holes - Par 60

Jamie Loveall/Joe Hesting - 47 - $35 won tie-breaker on a 4-hole playoff of 4 island holes.
Steve Dresser/Mike Quiroga - 47 - $20         Dresser slammed chains dead-center on hole 7, but it spit it right back out.
John Thompson/Graham Long - 48
Matt Ovel/Daniel Stracke - 50
Ben Dresser/Alex DeMarais - 59  Ben gleamed the cube on the bowl at the skate park....with his disc.
Andrew Schout/Cali - 60

Fun had by all.  Some cool extra holes and nice weather. 

Next Wednesday we will play random draw doubles, but you must use 10 drives each between you and your partner, so choose wisely. And there will be some new holes in the mix.

See you then.

Come out tonight for the first Santa Fe Trail Glow dubs at Harmon Park!!            Weather has cleared up and should be a steamy 50degrees at 6:30.

2 Island holes in the mix for the extra holes tonight.

Bring your own lights.  I will have a few extra for sale, but it is first come, first serve. 

If there are no spots available by the Park pavilion, you can park by the skate park on East side of the park, or on North side of the YMCA parking lot by hole 4.

$5 to play, $1 for the Ace fund.  Try to bring small bills if you can.

See you there! ;D

Map for tonight:

Ob Rules:

1 & 11 – All pavements to right and road.  On and across sidewalk behind basket. Inside dumpster  fence.
2 & 12 – On and across sidewalk to the right.
3 & 14 – On and across sidewalk to the right.  Mando - left of first tree on the right.
4 & 14 – YMCA parking and fence
5 & 15 – YMCA fence
6 & 16 – Parking lot on right, Skate Park behind basket.
7 & 17 – None
8 & 18 – None
9 & 19 – On and across sidewalk behind basket.  Pavilion to the right of basket.
10 – All cement.  Inside dumpster  fence. 
20 – Must land on Island.  Once on Island, normal OB rules. 
   No OB strokes for missing island on drive.  Just keep re-throwing.  Each set of throws from you and your partner count as one throw.  e.g. You and your partner throw and you both miss, you both throw again and both miss. Then you throw again and land on island.  You are on lying 3, putting for 4.


Notice time change for late-risers.

6:15 check-in, 6:30 start

Winter Leagues / Wed. Night Glow @ Harmon Park, 79th & Mission
« on: November 12, 2015, 01:08:22 PM »
Time change: 6:30 start
Bored since daylight savings kicked in?  Me too.  Since Harmon is so close to my home I have convinced the wife to get Wednesday night's free.  If you have not played this 9-holer, it is a fun little track with some sweet ace-runs, easy 2's, and a few hard 2's.

I will be out there at 6:15 this coming Wednesday, November 18th for a 6:30 startRandom draw doubles this first week.  We will mix it up each week.  But you will always know ahead of time what we are playing.  Also, I will be bringing an extra basket to create a mystery 10th hole every week.  We will play 2 rounds of 10 for a total of 20 holes.  $5 + $1 for ace fund.  Meet in shelter to the east of hole 2.  Bring your own lights, found at DD or DGW. 

If you partake in extracurriculars, do so on your own time.  This course is right next to the PV police station.

Hope to see you all next Wednesday.

General Banter / Help Duma out!
« on: November 10, 2015, 06:15:14 PM »
Attn: Disc golf Dog Lovers

Our fellow friend and thrower Dick Parker's dog Duma is really sick and has required a very expensive surgery to remove a cancerous mass in his mid section.  If you have a few extra bucks lying around please support Duma's fund to help Our friends Dick and Kate out.

If you can't, give a dog a hug.


Tournaments / Re: 2015 End of Year Tourneys List
« on: August 25, 2015, 09:30:49 AM »
why don't you do it?  You seem to want it.....

>LIKE<   ;D

Tournaments / Re: Thomas Park Open - Salina, KS Aug 8th
« on: July 28, 2015, 11:23:29 AM »
There will be a good 40-50 show up day of.  Nobody signs up early for Salina.  Course is great though!

General Banter / Re: Forum Access
« on: July 17, 2015, 09:20:04 AM »
You might have noticed that over the course of the last year or two the actual individuals that post has dramatically changed....mainly because the topics and posts are completely and totally pointless so I know that a lot of people simply don't even look at this forum anymore. 


I still check out the forum everyday for useful and informative posts, but avoid the pointless nonsense.  Stop responding to these idiotic posts and maybe they will go away.

Tournaments / Re: 3nd Annual Freedom Superclass Showdown - July 4th
« on: July 06, 2015, 11:05:49 AM »
Another great 4th of July superclass!  Hope the 14 that made it out enjoyed themselves.  Rosedale was great! But you better have made sure to get birdies early on the front (up top) and on the back 9 down under, because once you got past hole 10 up top, deuces were hard to come by.  Hole 17 long was an impossible 3 with any Zephyr or Te Moko.  We did grab a couple 3's on long 13 though. 

Scores: (27 holes - Par 81)

Hinck/Franks - 75 (-6)  $62  $6 in field skins
Bowen/Stomps - 76 (-5) $40
Hesting/Newburg - 78 (-3) $10
Arnold/Oval - 78 (-3) $10   $6 in field skins
Berry/Corporon - 79 (-2)   $6 in field skins
Loveall/Zane - 81 (0)
Howard/Graham - 87 (+6)

I found out where the $10 I was missing for skins went.  My math was wrong on the payout, so $10 extra went into the payout.  Sorry guys. 

Until next time.....

Everybody order your Te Moko's online and come out for the next one.

Tournaments / 3rd Annual Freedom Superclass Showdown - July 4th
« on: July 02, 2015, 11:09:15 AM »
3rd annual happening this year?


3rd Annual Superclassy Saturday! Rosedale. 27 hole layout, 9:00am July 4th. 1-5 up top, 9-17 Down Under, 6-18 up top. $10 to play
Singles or doubles depending on the turnout.

Do not show up hoping to borrow a frisbee. Go get one if you want to join.  Condors of any sort are not superclass. But DD and DGW have discs for sale. I recommend a Zephyr.

Spread the word.

We will be out at 8:00 flinging frisbees, catching frisbees, stretching, and suiting up.  Join us.

Tournaments / Re: Wide Open 2016
« on: June 23, 2015, 08:53:08 AM »
I enjoyed everything about this year....except for my putting :-[

Thanks for all the hard work Dick, Club, and volunteers.

I'll take lunch over a players party anyday.  Tony Todd's tacos were amazing!
Loved the course selection. 

Only Con:  We did need a scoreboard for the Finals.  I had no idea how close it got after hole 16 (7th hole of final 9).  If McBeth doesn't get lucky and slam into the tree right next to the basket on 17, and Eagle makes his putt, we could have been looking at a sudden-death playoff.  But nobody had any idea what the scores were.  Unless you were checking your phone, and that was delayed.  Scoreboards are awesome.  Even if it is just a Permanent marker written on Jack Lowe's back 8) 

Tournaments / Re: East Vs. West 2015
« on: June 08, 2015, 09:35:04 AM »
Man, what another great weekend for this event!  And No Rain during play either!
Just a few Cicadas to deal with :o

Thanks to all my team members on the West Side for being very responsive and clear on when they could play and couldn't.  That helps me out more than you know.  The hardest part is just making sure you have enough players show up to fill the matches. 

What a great competition!  There were so many good battles and upsets on the course.  Back and forth on every hole.  I saw 100 foot upshots thrown in to steal a point and push the momentum one way, then incredible jump putts, and putts through trees, even off of trees to push a point to the other side.  1 win turned the other way is all it would have taken and the East side leaves with the trophy.  Great players on both sides of the line, and as long as this event takes place, it will always be really close and competitive.

Thank you East-siders for bringing your best!
Thank you Dresser for all your work on the Liberty course with the lines and design.
Thanks Tracy Walker for taking care of the shirts, $, scorecards, scoreboard, painted lines at Lakeside, and getting this event started!

Last, Thank You West Side for bringing home a victory for the 3rd straight year!

Bobby Villarreal wins MVP for the West, going 3-0 on the weekend.  I am pretty sure Bobby is undefeated in his 4 years of playing.  He drives the West Side BUS!

I like the idea of changing the Saturday Round next year to Best Shot Doubles.  That way you get to play a full round on day one, and it leaves the quicker Alt. Shot Round for Day 2, when you are playing 2 rounds on the same day.  If nobody has any objections, then the East side can host Best shot Doubles next year on Saturday.

See you all at the Wide Open!

General Banter / Re: Olathe League
« on: June 01, 2015, 03:28:12 PM »
Lakeside all summer

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