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