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Longview - Perry Lake - Ozawkie, KS / Re: Perry Lake, Longview
« on: July 10, 2014, 01:19:54 PM »
Admin - please move this thread to the appropriate course forum.

thanks

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7/7/14 It was a HOT one.

OPEN
Jake Lazzo, 51, $12
Logan Corbin, 53
Cal Patton, 56

AMATEUR
Jude Chino, 56, $10 Lawrence Loot
Steve Keithley, 57, $6
Rob Martin, 66
Stephen Navarro, 73

WOMEN
Deb Chino, 72, $4 Lawrence Loot

Results are here:
http://www.pdga.com/tour/event/17904

If you are not in the PDGA Division you want to be in, let me know. The division that we pay out in does not necessarily need to match the PDGA Division that is reported.


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^^^that's awesome!

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7/2/14  Wyandote County Park, KCWO Gold without OB Rope

OPEN - Paid in USD
1. Joe Hesting, 54, $14
2. Jose Ossa, 55, $10
3. Das Loomis, 58, $7
4. Kevin Zane, 59, $5
5. Caleb Walker, 60
6. Nick Altieri, 61
6. Becket Carduff, 61
8. Steve Thimmesch, 62
9. Jamie Loveall, 63
9. Dan Shepherd, 63
11. Justin Lowe, 65
11. Scott Reek, 65

MASTERS PRO - Paid in USD
1. Kelly Babbit, 59, $9
2. Jamie Barry, 61, $5 owe
3. Dan Zink, 63, $4
4. Joe Teater, 66
5. Danny Rodriguez, 67
6. Jim Sherwood, 74

AM1 - Paid in KC Kash
1. Carl Pledger, 59, $12
2. Duane Waldman, 64, $9
3. Matt Crowe, 65, $8 owe
4. Andrew Stomps, 66, $4 owe
5. Chris Cardinal, 67
6. Chris McKee, 69
6. Thomas Spencer, 69
8. Harold Berciunas, 74
9. Jeff Waldron, 78

AM2 - Paid in KC Kash
1. Mike Krueger, 68, $7
2. Chris Connell, 71, $6
3. Rob Martin, 74, $2
4. Frank Rak, 85

Next Week we are at Legacy Park Lees Summit, MO

Ace fund is up to approximately $268 I havent updated the report yet.

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last night was a lot of fun!

I'll get the scores posted some time this weekend.  I have a lot going on in the next 3 days.

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No homebrew - just commercial beer.  With my shingles, then sciatic nerve, then pulled leg muscle, I haven't brewed for months.

Prolly Blvd Pale Ale and Coors Light.  Planning on getting a 20 pack pale made here in Kansas CITY!, 30-pack mountain rain water mixed with a tad amount of barley and hops.  Tad amount.  I guess there is carbonation too.

I'll also get some sort of canned ice tea for those that prefer it instead.

yeah - beer is first reserved for those that played at least twice in the first 10 week PDGA session.  if there is some left over, I think we can share.

Weather looks stupid nice.  Un-friggin'-believable.

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How did it go?

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General Banter / Steve Brinster Sentinel on sale today only 7/1/14
« on: July 01, 2014, 10:27:17 AM »
Almost bit on this one, but I really have enough discs.  Great price though.

http://www.primediscs.com/Millennium-Sentinel-MF-Quantum-Steve-Brinster-USDGC-Edition-Disc-Golf-Mid-range.html


If you are not familiar with Prime Discs, this sale is one day only, today, 7/1/14

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6/30/14

Seven came out this evening. Wasn't quite as hot or windy as I was expected. My personal score didn't show it though.

Open
Logan Corbin, 55, $4

Amateur
Joe Thies, 50, $10 Lawrence Loot
Josh McVey, 51, $6 LL
Harold Berciunas, 54, I owe you $4 LL
Jude Chino, 55
Rob Martin, 64

Women
Deborah Chino, 74, I owe you $4 LL too.

I was kind of out of it during the payouts, sorry.

Ratings are up. Remember, these are tentative. When they become official, I've seen them vary as much as +/- 30 points.

http://www.pdga.com/tour/event/17904

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Tournaments / Re: 2nd Annual Freedom Superclass Showdown - July 4th
« on: June 27, 2014, 04:01:54 PM »
Innova Condor is missing


Condor is not Superclass approved.  The rim is too beveled.

Thats BS!

Forget, I'm not coming.

(actually, I couldn't come, and I don't own a Condor)

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Tournaments / Re: 2nd Annual Freedom Superclass Showdown - July 4th
« on: June 27, 2014, 03:01:26 PM »
Innova Condor is missing

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Scott Reek is on his honeymoon.  It will be awhile before you get an update.
Meanwhile, check here:

http://www.pdga.com/tour/event/17598


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Beginners / Re: Zoysa
« on: June 27, 2014, 09:45:16 AM »
for particularly bad basket areas, the area could be prepped, seeded and fenced off with snow fencing to give it a chance to grow.

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Beginners / Re: Zoysa
« on: June 27, 2014, 08:49:19 AM »
I agree that we need some heavy duty grass on our courses.  I'm not a grass guy, herbal or otherwise.  I do tend to like native grasses as introduced species prove to be a bad idea down the road.  However, I'm not too concerned if something goes dormant as long as it doesn't go dead.  I'd rather have dormant brown grass then packed dirt and bare roots leading to dead trees.

I do think this is something that as a club we should put some finances towards

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Do you have someone to run it?  Chris Connell is willing to run a league. I don't know if Fridays and or east side will work for him.

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