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4/2/14

11 came out this first evening of Wandering Wednesday and dodged the rain that never came.  We played Wyandotte Co which was still set at Kan-U-Wyco settings without the OB.  Par 60.

Open Paid USD
Kevin Zane 59, $10
Jon Thomas 62, $2
Carl Pledger 64
Chris Cardinal 71

Ams Pay out as KC Kash
Harold Berciunas 66, $11
Heath Kinton 68, $4
Joe Teater 68, $4
Duane Waldman 68, $4
Rob Martin 68, $3
Chris Connell 71
Steve Keithley - 73

9 in for Ace Fund.  Now up to $109

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Looks like Bonner Springs got a lot of rain.  One website said 0.97 inches, while another said 0.25.

From now until 7pm, the chances of additional rain is 10%, 20% by 8, 40% by 9.

I'm planning on still being out there.  We'll go as long as it is not lightning or torrentially raining while we are there.  I can handle a light rain.

I'll send cards of 3 off as soon as people are availabe to try to get the rounds in.  It may be helpful to text me your number so if we do have it call it off during the round I can get ahold of you if you are on the other side of the park.

My number is 7   8   5, seven sixty-four, two two two 9.
 

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General Banter / Re: Finally - What we've all been needing!!
« on: April 02, 2014, 11:35:51 AM »
Quote
"The Innova LOC8 system is a really great concept for everyone except me."
- Paul McBeth 2x World Champ, 1050 Rated


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Reminder - Wandering Wednesday league starts tomorrow, 4/2.  First two weeks are not reported to PDGA. 

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Water Works / Re: Erosion Prevention
« on: March 27, 2014, 06:17:00 PM »
Do you want wood only? I have a concrete bird bath pillar that is round, 2' long and 7" diameter.

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Camping at the lake is free and they have free wifi

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Beginners / Re: New Players League - Monday's
« on: March 26, 2014, 02:15:16 PM »
Just a question in general for a new player:

Should I join the Beginner's League at Rosedale? I've been playing casually for almost 1 year, mostly at SMP. Kan-U-Wyco was my first tournament (played Rec) after joining the PDGA. I am certainly joining KCFDC this weekend, but unsure of where to join (online, DD, or Disc World?).

I want to join the league at SMP, but since my average is +6 at best to +10 typically, I'm not confident enough to play. My schedule favors the PDGA league that I saw Rob M. getting set up. So, I could join that as well.
Am I jumping the gun, never playing league, and wanting to join in? Or should I get more experience first? Paying in and coming in dead last isnt a problem for me. I just want to improve and read that playing against better players is the fatest way to learn.
Thanks.

- Marc

Marc - the term 'leagues' is a bit misleading.  It's not like a bowling league where you are commited to play the entire session.  It would be better to call our leageus 'minis' as in an one round 'mini' tournament.  You can play just once if you want.  Some leagues do run incentives to have you play more often, but it is not a requirement.  You don't need to pre-register or anything.  It is ok to just show up once, twice, every other week, once a month, whatever.

If you are planning on joining the club, personally, I would do so at one of the stores.  That's my opinion though.

I've been throwing around the idea of the next PDGA round, if we do one, is to break it up into Open, Advanced (like it currently is) and Rec where Rec would cost $2.  $1 for the PDGA, $1 for the club, and would not have a payout.  This would help new players play in more league (mini-tournament) settings without paying someone else $5 every week just to play.  Also, by having a non-payment Rec division, it would be unduly pillaged by players that should be playing in a higher division.  This is just an idea though and has not been vetted by the BoD.

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This brings up a point I may have overlooked.

Here are the actual FAQ's from the PDGA (scroll down to Leagues):

http://www.pdga.com/faq/136

It is possible for a player to start off as an Am, then move to Open half way through.  Of course, this would affect your ability to either get a super freakin' sweet misprint / used disc, or the ability to avoid the infamous orange Pro-D Hawk (no offense to any KU or Iowa Hawks).

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Can you play in more than one division during the league season?
Yes. Players may play in a different division they are eligible for as they prefer each week. That's one reason why every player must play the same tees and course on a specific league day so ratings are calculated properly.



Also - payouts and PDGA reporting do not necessarily need to be aligned. 

A player can have the reporting of their scores to the PDGA be as an Am, yet play as a Pro for cash.  An Am can receive cash in a league and not jeopardize their Am status. 

As an example:

Jimmy '3-Thumbs' Taylor has a rating of 942.  Per PDGA ratings, he can play Amateur.  He wishes to keep his Am status because he is bent on winning the triple crown of Ams (KCWO Advanced, PDGA Am Worlds, and Midwest Am Champs - what other 3 were you thinking of?).  However, he really believes he can kick some serious rear and take a few names while he is at it and actually cash in Open.  Besides, he has enough plastic and KC Kash is not his thing.

So - he plays Open for the KCFDC portion, yet has his scores posted as an Am to retain Am status and gain Am points.

For the super duper aforementioned and highly coveted misprint / used discs, since his reporting is Am, he is in the Am part of that (the two misprintted Kan-U-Wyco Trespasses and not the used KC Roc and sweet orange Pro-D Hawk).

(and yes I'm bored out of my mind at work).


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Do you mind moving me to open when you get a chance?  Steve - 46929

Will do. 


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League registered on Kansas Disc Golf Association's forum:

http://www.kansasdiscgolf.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=5162

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General Banter / Re: KCFDC Official Membership List
« on: March 26, 2014, 11:15:06 AM »
Will this be updated prior to April 1st for the league directors to use?

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General Banter / Re: KCFDC Clinics?
« on: March 26, 2014, 09:03:53 AM »
No one gives a sh!t about Pro's anymore... don't you know this yet???

Keep in mind, These clinics will be FREE of charge....!

What!  The local pro isn't going to expect to be paid?   :o

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Rosedale / Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
« on: March 25, 2014, 08:36:16 AM »
Also, if you can play Rosie early in the morning before the course gets crowded, there is an (up-top) 18 hole-par 70 bomber layout.

Skip a hole layout
Holes
     Tee       Basket      Par 
1)  1           2               4
2)  3           3               3
3)  4           5               5
4)  6           7               4
5)  8           9               5      All OB's in play                             
6)  10        10              3
7)  11        12              5
8.  13        14              4
9)  15        15              3                                                          Par's can vary, depending on pin locations
10) 16       17              5
11) 18         1              5
12)  2          3              4
13)  4          4              3
14)  5          6              3
15)  7          7              3
16)  8          8              3
17)  9         11             4
18) 12        18             4

That hurts my body just reading it.

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Rosedale / Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
« on: March 24, 2014, 07:38:48 PM »
Has anyone played or come up with a mixed safari mash course of up top and down under?

These were my thoughts this evening:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6-12 (7 more)
21 hole lay out.

Or, if you really wanted to stick with a total of 18:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6, 9, 10, 11 (4 holes)
18 hole layout.


Or:
Up 5
Down 9-17
Up 6-12, 18
18 holes

Or:
Up 1
Down 1-10
Up 6-12
18 holes


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