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Messages - ekolk

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 Dunno. Maybe because I have heard the whole grow the sport for so long and yet, I think it is plenty big and popular (around here anyway)

How about innovate the sport? How about make the sport legitimate in the eyes of the public? How about behave like an athlete when you play the sport? How about leave no trash on the course? How about educate people on the sport? How about bring a woman to play disc golf? Improve the sport! How about grow you local club and get the voice of the clubs heard? Not the PDGA and not manufacturers.

The image of disc golf still needs to be  improved. I am always amazed that people say grow it. It doesn't mean more is better at all. As a matter of fact, why grow the sport? So more people can make money off the sport? Are you ready to go pay-to-play?  I know some people are but not me.

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You mean, Dick would "let" someone else run it???

You are welcome to it. Please make sure you are there early enough to get everyone signed up on time.

That was exactly my thought.

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Water Works / Re: WaterWorks League SUPER THURSDAYS - OVER 9000
« on: September 24, 2015, 01:52:06 PM »
Last WW league is tonight! Come on out.

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 20, 2015, 08:40:03 PM »
By initial estimates Team Roc! Details to follow.

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 20, 2015, 08:39:31 PM »
Wow! What a day at Swope! I saw so many friends and had such a great time. A million thanks to David Valdiviez (GI Dave), the KCFDC, WPTC, Farm to Market, Tall Grass Brewery, Innova, and Discraft. That ring-of-fire sure had a ton of prizes! Congrats to Daniel Most winning the traveler basket.

The unthinkable happened. Travis Trober got three aces in one day. Two with his left and one right handed. Can you believe that? Congrats! It was not an easy course but plenty of runs if you committed.

Love the format and the challenge. More importantly though, there are some great peeps out there.

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 19, 2015, 07:56:17 PM »
There will also be team stamped Champ Roc and Buzz OS for sale. Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow.

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 17, 2015, 01:18:25 PM »
Think CD wants one of the Roc spots..

Got him. Thanks

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Water Works / Re: WaterWorks League SUPER THURSDAYS - OVER 9000
« on: September 17, 2015, 09:56:52 AM »
Utz is out of town, but I will be out there with Mike Fenton to make league happen tonight. Rolling starts so get your card together and play. Last card out at 5:50 or so. Next week is last week of WW  league.

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 16, 2015, 09:46:46 PM »
Team Buzzz is filled. Roc has three spots left.

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 15, 2015, 09:43:40 AM »
When will the pins be set for the event?

I am guessing day of when you get the map. I know there will be a bunch of temp placements (but not 1000% sure).

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 13, 2015, 09:02:44 PM »

Let me tell you how much you want to play this event. Sponsors include the KCFDC, Innova, Discraft, Tall Grass Brewery, Farm to Market Bread, The West Plaza Tomato Company (bringing it as usual), Maurice Glauzinizer (Stiles), anonymous givers, and more. In short, it means more prizes to give away! Ring-of-Fire, and CTPs.

Registration in earlier post.
 
Bump.

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Tournaments / Re: Roc Vs Buzzz, Sept 20th, 2015
« on: September 05, 2015, 10:31:26 PM »
You can still get in on this event, but only if you throw one of the two best mid-range discs around ( I am a big fan of both), have 30 bucks to spare for a full day of fun, and want to have a blast at Swope on a Sunday. Lots of sponsors and many donated prizes so far.

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Swope / Re: Swope League 2015
« on: September 02, 2015, 09:13:21 PM »
8-25 League

Open
Chris Clemons 41 $15
CD Steiner 42 $10
George Roussis 43 $7
Adam Cossette 45 $3
Mike Murphy 45 $3
Matt Crowe 45 $3
Bowen Seiter 45 $3
B Palmer 47
Chris Cossette 48
Jason Rollins 54
Cooper Curtis 52
Brian Sweezy 55

Masters
Jack Lowe 44 $9
EKolk 46 $5
Ted Keith $4
Mike Sauder 51
TJ Barnes 51

Am
Travis Trober 46 $9
Ben Patterson 50 $6
Matt Dixon 51  $3
Brent Siemers 55
Brett Main 55

Women
Amy Crowe $5
Yanina Langer (Yaya)


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Tournaments / Re: Ace Race - August 29, 2015
« on: September 02, 2015, 08:01:31 PM »
So after double checking, the count for aces in the side pot was 10, so for each ace the previous mentioned folks get 31.50 with the exception of James Kennedy taking 63.00 even. You pick up your cash at DD.

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Tournaments / Re: Ace Race - August 29, 2015
« on: September 01, 2015, 10:28:38 AM »
My bad. Yes, lack of sleep has an enormous affect on one's temperament. And yes felling a bit overwhelmed so the idea of final results for Ace Race seemed preposterous to me. Thanks for kind words, and prohetrider27 you are clearly new to the forum and I should have been more tactful.

Am I becoming more like Jack Lowe? Uh oh! I need to get off of this forum  ;D

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