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Dan might be not drink, but i bet he might after a couple rounds at Young.  We threw some holes awhile back and he lost two discs in the drink  in matter of no time. 

Not a PDGA.  next year we are looking to expand the Eastern Front to a PDGA event and multiple courses.  I just wanted to run one and get it under my belt before i took a little more responsibilty on. 

The parks workers told me that they can't wait to hang out, drink beer and play disc, so....  i think legal adults drinking will be acceptable.   ;D

Tournaments / Re: Prostate Cancer Doubles - May 8th
« on: May 11, 2010, 01:31:46 PM »
"How much you wanna make a bet I can throw a football over them mountains? Yeah. Coach woulda put me in fourth quarter, we would've been state champions. No doubt. No doubt in my mind."


Yup. doing too many things at once.  Thanks.  Ar you coming out Sat or Sunday

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The Grand Opening starts at 10 pm on Saturday. 

I'm guessing this is a typo.....should be a.m. ?   :)

Yup. doing too many things at once.  Thanks.  Are you coming out Sat or Sunday?

Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: Course Installation
« on: May 10, 2010, 12:09:54 PM »
With spotty weather this week, i think that we will be working tomorrow.  We have sprayed the entire course two times.  I would like to get one more heavy spray for round three this week. 

Tuesday, May 11 at 4:30 at Young Park.  If it is too muddy tomorrow, i will cancel and post it here.  We will spray later in the week if we can't get out tomorrow.

Come on out and give us a hand.


In order to promote the Grand Opening Event on May 22nd, those who wish not to drive to DGW or pay online, i will be taking registrations on Saturday May 22nd.  I will also have an updated listed of participants.  The Grand Opening starts at 10 am on Saturday.  I would get there a little early, becuase we are anticipating a fairly large crowd.  There are  100 Buzzz and they will go to those that get there first.  If you come out for both days, you will get two commemorative discs, a shirt, a lunch, one raffle ticket (must be a KCFDC member) prizes include  XBOX, Zune, a couple baskets, and disc swag($3 for one ticket or $5 for two tickets). 

Hope to see a lot of familiar faces and a ton of new faces.


Is there anywhere to see who has pre registered for the tourny on the following day?

Eric, i will bring out a list.  just send me a text to remind me. 

If you are unable to make it out for the Eastern Front tourney on May 23rd, here is the opportunity to show some appreciation to a tremendous parks and rec dept.  The Blue Springs Parks and Rec will have an official ribbon cutting event at 10 am on Saturday, May 22nd.   The parks and rec will be handing out free commemorative Buzzzes.  I have nothing but praise for their efforts and once again, they are going above and beyond by having some free plastic for those that come out. One DGA representative responded to me "I have never ever had a parks superintendant that has been so involved and interested in a project.  Roscoe has shown great interests and was extrememly thorough." 

 We hope to have a strong showing of support for a parks dept that has been an advocate for professional course installation.  We want to continue to build upon the great alliances that we have with several surrounding parks departments.   The KCFDC is proud to have an ally like the Blue Springs Parks and Rec, who value and listen to those with experience and knowledge of disc golf.  Please join us in a celebrating the grand opening of one more course, being added to the plethora of great courses in KC. 

The parks dept has mentioned that after the opening weekend, depending on the maturation of the new seed, that there is a possibility for the baskets to be pulled.  They want to ensure that new growth is strong enough to withstand foot traffic.  So.... this is your chance to SHOW YOUR SUPPORT TO A TREMENDOUS PARKS DEPT, GET A  FREE DISC, PLAY A NEW COURSE, AND INTERACT WITH SOME NEW PLAYERS.

Hope to see a  huge group of golfers May 22nd at 10 am.


signs are being made and will be posted.  i am going to try to meet with the president of the homeowners association.  Police will also now be coming through the area becuase they did not know that if was a park.  they will be in plain clothes.  they frequent all of the parks in Indep in plain clothes.  Wer are taking this seriously and doing what we can do keep it from escalating. 

Pulling the baskets over the summer is an excellent idea.  i do not want it to get to that point.  i have seen many folks using the park and to me that means mission accomplished.  the grant received was for combatting obesity and people are out exercising.   

  The school board has been notified and the assistant superintendant has notified the principal of the school about several problems at Yates.  Neighbors have called the police about these issues.  There has been some talk about pulling the baskets as punishment.  the course will not be pulled at this point, but baskets being pulled is the next step.  I do not care if i piss anyone off with what i have to say. This is my course.  I built it, i raised the funds, i seeked the donations, and i broke my back out there.  If i see you doing these things(drinking, drugs, being loud and obscent) on my course i will call the police on you.  No one is above the rules and laws and i will do everything in my power to protect my baby.  This course was built for kids.  the money was awarded under intentions that kids would be using this course.  all are welcome to play the course when school is out.  I have had  enough of the dumb sh$% out there.  Quit acting like trash and be respectful of your surroundings.  For those of 99.9% of you that are respectable golfers i thank you. 


Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: Course Installation
« on: May 06, 2010, 01:40:09 PM »
Last night we had five more folks out working.  Thanks so much to Eric Minton, Bryan Harrelson, John Friend and his buds Jason and Jamie.

Great work guys.  It is nice to see folks coming out and helping.  Thanks for giving back.

We are up to 175 hours of spraying.  The course will be ready.  The grass will be ready.   Who is ready to play?

Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: Course Installation
« on: May 06, 2010, 12:07:59 PM »
Caleb, play in the tournament and we will see how you shoot.  this is no walk in the park.  Not too many over the top shots.  Any course in town is bettter than no course in my opinion, whether kiddie course or not. Go play yates long pads and see if you shoot -10.   Then you can call it a kiddie course. ;D

Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: Course Installation
« on: May 05, 2010, 09:00:49 AM »
When do you want to help?  i might be back out tonight.  Are you good with power tools?   ;D

Also, thanks to  Eric Minton, Will Love, Mike Keizer, and Bill Shinoski who came out yesterday and brings the total to 155 hours of volunteer   service.  This is just in the last two weeks.  We hit one area heavily (that i missed on Round One) and then spot sprayed on the holes that were hit last week in round one.  Even after focusing a great deal of time in one area yesterday, we still got four to five holes sprayed.  The areas that were sprayed from Round One are improving greatly and it is becoming more difficult to locate ivy.  We got some really good chemicals from the P&R.   


Young Park - Blue Springs / Re: Course Installation
« on: May 04, 2010, 12:06:32 PM »
Please come on out and help. The parks dept is behind us in our efforts.   We are making great progress.  The park looks amazing.  the fairways are clear of ivy because they tilled up the soil.  However, off the fairways we are waging war and making tremendous progress.  The fairways are growing very nicely, we just want to make sure that when you shank one, you land in safe area.  there will be plenty of shanks and plinko ricochets to be had, so help yourself out now by cleaning up the park.  I got plenty of chemicals folks, i just need more bodies to help.  the ivy will not  go away by itself.  it will only get stronger as the warm weather approaches.  We got the good chemicals to apply, we just need more applications, especially from those of you living in EJC.  This week we are doing our second round of spraying the park.  if we missed you last week, please come out this week.  if you can't make it out this week, i will be working next week for round three of application.  if you can't make next week, i will be out the week of the tournament getting it ready.  After the tournament i am considering retiring.   ;D

Smithville / Re: Camping/Golfing at Smithville... Recommendations??
« on: April 30, 2010, 01:06:57 PM »
if you want to camp and play 18 holes you can always go to P hill.  it is of course completely south of Smithville. 

Just a thought if you were really wanting to play 18 holes of disc golf .  I believe they have electricity out there as well.  You set up camp  on the edges of the fairways so proximity is not an issue.

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