Isn't Isaac from Lawrence? I may not have read the rules so forgive my ignorance if it isn't in there, but is there a radius to pull players from? Just curious....just want to clarify before eMac shows up at the team challenge or something.
If you live in the designated area and are a KCFDC club member, you are eligible for the Kansas City Team Championship.
-- The one and only hard and fast rule here is that you must reside in the state of the side you’re to play for. The rest of these rules are purely to prevent “ringers” from being brought in from other parts of the state for either team.
-- I’ll call the first the Amanda line and its KevMo exception. The line within which you must reside is a circle of 50 mile radius drawn with its center at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers. It was originally drawn at 50 miles to include Amanda Jackson in the event, who at the time lived in St Joseph, MO. The exception; it is possible someone resides outside that 50 mile radius circle but has been and is a very active volunteer of the KCFDC. Kevin Montgomery comes to mind as one who fits this exception.
-- The second is KCFDC membership. You must belong to the club or are heavily involved both historically and currently with the Kansas City area disc golf community.
-- Exceptions to the eligibility rules can be decided on by the captains and the event coordinator. Again, the rules here are not meant to exclude valued members of the KC disc golf community, but rather to prevent either side from bringing in ringers from outside of our local community.
We have always had Lawrence players on our team. Cooper, JAtwater, Nick Alteri. As long as they are part of the club, they are in the 50 mile radius that was originally designated.