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Shawnee Mission / 9/25/2012 - Last League of the Year!
« on: September 22, 2012, 10:05:58 pm »
Alright folks, the sun is starting to set earlier and that means the end of the league year. Some leagues will be running glow into October and November, but this will be it for us at SMP. And because the sun is setting earlier, we'll tee at 5:30 to make sure we finish in time.

Since it's the last league of the year, we're gonna do some fun stuff to try and mix things up. I'm talking goofy mandos, alternate teepads, stuff like that. You won't want to miss this!

Another thing you wont want to miss is the Ace Fund, now at over $540! Only Wyco has a higher ace fund, and I'm pretty sure we've got waaaay more Ace Runs than WyCo.

So to summarize, this week at Shawnee Mission Park league-
-Mandos and Alternate Tees
-5:30 Tee (Be there as early as possible, we may have to go over some of the rules for the mandos and alternate teepads)
-$540+ Ace Fund

Tournaments / Re: Roc vs Buzzz - Swope Park - 9-22-12
« on: September 22, 2012, 07:31:14 pm »
One of the most fun events I've ever played. Thanks Eric!

Roc on!

Tournaments / Re: Discraft Ace Race - Swope Park - 09-23-12
« on: September 14, 2012, 12:31:27 pm »
I've got one of those DisCatcher lights, with only one set of chains. Not the best basket for an event like this (lots of spit-outs) but I've got it if you want it.

Shawnee Mission / 9/11/2012 Mini
« on: September 12, 2012, 01:43:42 pm »
Steve Timmesch - 51
Peter Bures - 55
Dylan Gatton - 58

Ace fund up to $537. 5:45 tee again next week.

Shawnee Mission / Re: 9/4/2012 Mini
« on: September 05, 2012, 11:19:21 pm »
Also, we'll tee at 5:45 again next week, hope to see you all then!

Shawnee Mission / 9/4/2012 Mini
« on: September 05, 2012, 08:16:47 pm »
Another small turnout, in spite of the 2nd biggest Ace Fund around....

Steve Timmesch - 52
Peter Bures - 55
Paul Mann - 58

Ace fund up to $535, come get it!

Shawnee Mission / 8/28/2012 Mini - 5:45 TEE TIME NEXT WEEK
« on: August 30, 2012, 11:39:57 pm »
The sun is starting to go down sooner, but we still had enough time to keep our 6:00 Tee on Tuesday. Next week (9/4/2012), we will tee at or around 5:45, so please show up before then so we can get all signed up and ready to go.

For this week, all open-

Shanan Carson - 49 - $12
Peter Bures - 52 - $4.50
Steve Timmesch - 52 - $4.50
Anthony Pfeifer - 54
Mark Lienemann - 55
Chris Timko - 58
Dan Leweke - 59

With all 7 people in, The Ace Fund is up to $533.

Once again 5:45 tee next week, see you all then!

Tournaments / Re: Roc vs Buzzz - Swope Park - 9-22-12
« on: August 30, 2012, 10:38:59 pm »
As many Rancho Rocs as I want!? Praise jeebus!

Tournaments / Re: Roc vs Buzzz - Swope Park - 9-22-12
« on: August 30, 2012, 08:42:37 pm »
No I'm pretty sure you can use any Roc (Rancho) or Buzz (non-ss) that you want.

It doesn't have to be the one in the players pack, it can be one you own already. And you only bring that one Roc/Buzzz and a putter.

Erik will correct me if I'm wrong.

Tournaments / Re: Roc vs Buzzz - Swope Park - 9-22-12
« on: August 30, 2012, 07:07:48 pm »
Man I'm excited for this one!

Shawnee Mission / Re: League Tomorrow - New Pin Settings
« on: August 30, 2012, 07:05:19 pm »
Rec Course? With the new pins, it is definitely not a rec course.


Shawnee Mission / Re: League Tomorrow - New Pin Settings
« on: August 21, 2012, 10:57:00 pm »
We're working on getting new measurements (and maps) made, but I would guess the maximum distance is probably 500-700 feet longer than before.  DGCR puts the distance at 6327 feet, I would guess the new longest possible setting would be close to 7000 feet.

Although, since Shawnee Mission park mostly is home to recreational players (beginners, families, etc), the course will usually be set in some kind of compromise between long and short.

The main problem was that the course has been stagnant over the last couple of years, few holes even had more than 1 pin placement, and those that did were rarely (if ever) moved. Now that each hole has 2-3 usable placements, we can move the course more often than before, on par with the other quality courses in the city (Rosedale, WW, Swope).

So anytime you play SMP, you can expect to see a good mix of short, middle, and long placements through out the course. It will never be set all short or all long. Play again in a couple of weeks? Thing should still be mixed well, but it will be a different mix than before.

On another note, I would like to thank Bill Maasen, Superintendent of all of the County's Parks and Golf Courses. He has been extremely eager to improve the course, and has put forth a lot of the County's time and money to make it the best it can be. All of us disc golfers want these courses to be as nice as possible, but it's always great when the local Parks Department shares our enthusiasm. He (and his son, Brett), play the course as much as anyone, so it's not surprising how excited they are to help.

If anyone has any more advice or thoughts about how the course can be improved (or about the newest additions), please let me know.

Shawnee Mission / 8/21/2012 Mini
« on: August 21, 2012, 09:36:58 pm »
Even with the new pins in place, a small group tonight-

1. Adam Cossette - 53
2. Peter Bures - 55
3. Jon Thomas - 61

The new setup is very difficult, as you see. We'll get used to the new holes, but they are not easy, by any means.

With no ace, the Ace Fund is up to $526! Come and get it!

Shawnee Mission / League Tomorrow - New Pin Settings
« on: August 20, 2012, 09:37:09 pm »
Some of you may have heard about this already, but 9 new pin settings have been put in at Shawnee Mission Park! All of these are longer, tougher pin settings, really legitimizing the course like it never has been before. In addition, the pins are now on a more regular movement cycle, so the course won't sit stagnant like it has the last couple of years. The only thing really left to do is find a way to get the rest of the locks open (some are still stuck).

Today I went out and moved a bunch of pins, many of them to their new longer pin settings. You all ought to come and play league tomorrow, the course is really looking good.

General Banter / Re: And the sandbagging continues
« on: August 16, 2012, 11:51:25 pm »
Ehhh I think most people got what you were trying to say, at least hopefully. I definitely didn't take it as a shot at Aaron in any way.

Like someone else said earlier in the thread, it's a tough decision to move up. Someone who moves up likely won't be cashing in Open anytime soon (at least at decent sized events), so it's not an easy call. Especially with AM Worlds next year being nearby for a lot of players.

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