Whatever kind of minis or clinics you guys have, probably lots of people (myself included) will show up for. That will certainly increase activity. The only problem I see is it probably won't make a much higher quality of disc golfer in Kansas City. Usually when people go to an activity like that they get one or two good tips. Then they go right back to what they were doing. The thing I think helps me the most, and Kevin talked about it, is if you would each take a small group (3 or 4 people) and play a round with them. If I get pointers in a actual round setting that is where I learn the most. But I understand that is a large chunk of your time. Maybe if you had a clinic and enough pros showed up that they could work with 3 or 4 people that would be awesome. Any of you guys can teach me anytime.
I totally agree with this and what everybody else is saying. I don't see why we can't run a clinic before a league, and then split up and put a pro with 3-4 ams for the round. I learned most of what I know just by watching other pros throw different shots. Watching what they do with their body, feet, breathing. If you pay attention you can learn a lot, but you still have to go practice it....a bunch.