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It's now redirecting to the PDGA page, but doesn't show any results as if they need to be entered into a TD report.

I just send an email to see if i can get an answer

What's the word?


This coming Saturday.  There are 8 spots left.


More information:

Any idea when round ratings will be available for the performance flight on the PDGA website?

I was wondering as well but afraid to ask.  I think it may be a situation where the PDGA needs to fix the redirect link?

Wish I could be there but will be gone on vacation.

This little town loves us. 

Total of 61 players came out.  Soggy conditions but no rain.  Results are here:

There will be a $5 lunch available to buy - pulled pork sandwich, chips, potato salad and bottle water.

Less than 2 weeks to Carolyn's Dirty Water Open.  This is one of my most reasonably priced events of the year.  Great way to get some tournament action.

Besides the normal trophy plaques I give away, Carolyn's Natural Soap also provided these two trophies for the top Man and Women finishers, regardless of division.  They are about 12" tall.

There will be lunch available for purchase in between rounds so you don't have to go to far to get it.

74 played in this years event including 5 juniors ages 7-13 in the junior event and 5 Senior Grandmasters (60+).

We had two aces by Greg Curtin in Recreational and Jerry Schwilling in Senior Grandmasters!

We also had a new course record set (for tournament action) by Garret Glass.  He had a 45 even with everything (but one) set long (long tee pad on 5, long normal teepad on 8, 10 was short, 12 long, 17 long.

There was also a family picnic celebrating a girl who's cancer was cured.  The park was rocking for awhile. 

We had six juniors total played in this tournament, five of which played in the side event. Ages ranged from 7 to 13. 

I really appreciate the parents supporting the tournament that is trying to make something specific for the kids.  At the $12 entry fee to get two discs, along with other expenses, hopefully it was apparent I was doing this to get kids to play and not make a profit.

In conjunction with the KC Diva Spring Feeva, any female competitor that is preregistered for that event can get 50% off for the Carolyn's Dirty Water Open event if you pre-register by Wednesday May 17th.  Over is only available for players that have never played in a Maverick DG event before.  Sorry ladies, if you played in a Maverick DG event, this offer is not available.  I'm giving the offer to help the Spring Feeva (which is sold out already) and to encourage more women to play Maverick DG events and increase the women's pools.

Best way to register for the 50% off is to contact me and I can take your information personally.  Otherwise if you pre-register online, I could also refund 50% of the fee. 


Besides my normal plaque trophies I provide for Divisional Winners, Carolyn's Natural Soap is providing two over top score winners.  One each for men and women regardless of division.

This is the beginning of those trophies.  A base and tag will also be added.  They are about 12" tall and valued at over $40 each.


Two rounds of 18 holes at Rose Park in McLouth, KS. This is a PDGA Sanctioned C-Pro / B-Am tournament. PDGA membership is not required, but an additional $10 fee will apply to non-members. $3 late registration fee will be assessed after online registration closes (or day of walk ups).

Lunch will be available on site for purchase.

Check in / Late Registration: 9-9:45 am
Player meeting: 9:45


Player Pack:

All players (Pro included) will receive a Carolyn's Natural Soap voucher good for a small bottle of an unnatural bug repellent (i.e. no DEET) called Dirty Water, or a bar of all natural soap.

All Advanced and Intermediate players will also receive a $15 voucher to pick their own item plus additional payout.

All Recreational and Junior players will receive a $15 voucher + a bonus disc from a specific selection (mostly discs from last year's event, but also some other random items).

Ace/CTP fund will be for an Innova Herobag.  $3.50 during online registration, $4 day of.  At 25 players paid in, there will be a second bag added.

Centennial Park - Lawrence, KS / Re: signs?
« on: April 17, 2017, 10:21:20 AM »
Does anyone know why there are no signs on this course?

It's in planning stages.  Probably will be end of summer before it happens.  Meanwhile, here's a map:

The distances are so far off, it's laughable.

Some very cool things are happening in Lawrence for disc golf.

Last Saturday, 20+ people showed up to help move the old Mach IIIs from Centennial out to the Riverfront course and move the newer Mach V's to Centennial.  Our goal is within the next year to raise money for brand new baskets for the Centennial, move the Mach V's back to the river, and find a new use for the Mach IIIs.

After moving the baskets on Saturday and playing a random doubles round, a handful of people went out to Clinton State Park (on the east side of lake) to begin maping out 7 more holes to make that 11-hole course a full 18-hole course.

The Tuesday night league handled forever by Hans Coleman is on a rotating schedule between Centennial, Riverfront, Clinton Lake State Park and Poke & Hope (a private course on west side of  town) with formats of singles, doubles, Wolf, etc.

Meeting last week with the Lawrence P&R, they are finally open to making Riverfront a legit full 18-hole course.  Very, very freaking cool.  Part of their requirement for working with the players (sharing keys to locks, planting trees at Centennial, working at expanding Riverfront) is that they want an organized group.

Therefore, the league (club) will be having an election for a 7-person board on April 25.

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