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Been busy the last few weeks, but to confirm, league is at Lakeside Hills tomorrow right?

First evening for the Lawrence Centennial Chain Crashers. It was muggy!

I didn't think we would have enough, put it already gave us a it is:

 Open – Paid in USD
 1. Nick Altieri, 49, $8
 2. Logan Corbin, 56

 Amateur – Paid in Lawrence Loot
 1. Harold Berciunas, 55, $11
 2. Chris Stoddard, 57, $7
 2. Ryan Sipple, 57, $7
 4. Jude Chino, 59
 5. Dustin Pope, 60
 6. Steve doc Norby, 62  (a.k.a Otter)

 Women - Paid in L.L.
 1. Debra Chino, 76, $4

 Ace fund at a whopping $7, with Nick hitting the cage on #9, we almost started over on our first night.

Little note - I started this league because my first experiences of playing league was frustrating.  I rarely quite knew what was going on, felt like I was in the dark, and when I did finally started to figure it out, I realized I was always in last place.  With two great experiences with PDGA leagues - Cliff Drive last year and the Wandering Wednesday this year, I wanted to combine both that experience along with a more welcoming experience for new players.  The former is easy - you get a rating.  The later was more about bringing a greater variety of divisions (Rec and Women) and using Am Cash to push the more competitive people up to Open.

Both goals were already met this evening.  We had enough people to create ratings for the round, and it was a great pleasure to award Am Cash (Lawrence Loot) to a player that wasn't expecting to receive anything.  While I wasn't able to play, it was a great evening.

FTL well represented congrats to the gm's Harold and joe

I'd say Kansas City was well represented in general.

Yep.  Especially in MPO, eh?  Still freaks me out everytime I see someone sky one over 18's basket off of 1's tee.  Sheesh.

Where's the love James?! I'm one of the original 3 Amigos of FTL and got my first First.

Hey Rob, Hole 7 (Standard #9) should also be Mando left of the tree on right, IMO.  Forces golfers to throw a straight tunnel shot at the hole, and takes the easy hyzer out of play.  Gotta make these holes a little more difficult when you can:)   

Also, you will need to state that there is an approximate 8 foot tee pad, from where the back of the wood chips begin.  Some of the tees are drug halfway to the hole from people playing further and further to the end of the tee.  It is caused by them not putting in a log or something to force a front of the pad and/or stopping point.   Everything else should be good to go.

Make it so Number 1.

General Banter / Re: Saw VII
« on: June 01, 2014, 12:28:34 PM »
Japan is right. See what happens when you throw discs over 159.9 gms

General Banter / Re: Saw VII
« on: June 01, 2014, 10:28:39 AM »
*birdie button*

can we get the lengths of all the holes as well.

Go to the link that is the the post above.

Tournaments / Re: 2014 KC Mini Series
« on: May 30, 2014, 09:33:59 AM »
Hi Scott.  How's it going?

Every week for the next 10 weeks.  Towards the end of the 10 week period, if the interest is still strong, I'll keep it going for a bit longer.

Found and Lost / Re: lost - yelllow spike putter
« on: May 30, 2014, 09:21:44 AM »
Hornet's Nest.  Charlotte, NC.

Missed you Wednesday Steve. Hope the mrs is doing fine. I'm confident there is room both Saturday and Sunday

Here's the 22 hole Blue Valley of KS layout:

If you wish to discuss the layout on it's own merit, please post in that thread as to not clutter this thread.

Please keep posts here about the league, not about the course.


This is the 22 hole layout we will be using for PDGA Wandering Wednesday league June 11, 2014.  Designed by Joe Hesting

1: Par 3, 230’, Standard hole 1
2: Par 3, 525’, Hole 2 tee to hole 4 basket.  Fence OB, play from Dropzone.
3: Par 3, 277’, Standard hole 5
4: Par 3, 216’, Standard hole 6
5: Par 3, 198’, Standard hole 7
6: Par 3, 212’, Standard hole 8
7: Par 3, 213’, Standard hole 9.  EDIT:Mando left of tree off tee. Miss it first try, retee from tee for 3.  Miss it second try, throw from left of tree for 5.:
8: Par 3, 251’, Standard hole 10, Fence OB, play from where it went out.
9: Par 3, 254’, Standard hole 11
10: Par 3, 174’, Standard hole 12
11: Par 3, 296’, Standard hole 13  Barbed wire fence on right OB. Play from where it went out.
12: Par 3, 222’, Standard hole 14  Barbed wire fence on right OB. Play from where it went out.
13: Par 3, 251’, Standard hole 15
14: Par 3, 256’, Standard hole 16. Sidewalk and beyond OB.
15: Par 3, 291’, Standard hole 17
16: Par 3, 258’, Standard hole 18. Sidewalk and beyond OB
17: Par 4, 485’, Alternate tee box near crosswalk on W 165th St to practice basket.
18: Par 3, 425’, Alternate tee box near W 165th St.  Third tree east of the parking lot entrance.  To hole 1 basket.  Sidewalk and beyond OB.  Fence OB, play from drop zone which is #1 tee.
19: Par 3, 223’, Standard hole 2
20: Par 3, 203’, Standard hole 3
21: Par 3, 232’, Standard hole 4
22: Par 4, 666’.  Alternate tee box near shot putt circle just west of standard hole 4 basket to practice basket.  All concrete, sidewalks, parking lot, fence OB.  Play lie from where it went out.
22 Holes   Par 68      6,358 feet

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