Ah - this is why it was cut down. Someone forgot to put a ribbon around it that said, "Do Not Cut". See, John Houck and Chuck Kennedy really are masters of course design.
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What about an abbreviated rotating KS league? So instead of playing 10 different courses, just pick 3 and rotate between them?That's an idea. I'm intending to go to next week's BOD meeting to discuss.
SMP, Lakeside, Wyco or something like that.
Do players get PDGA ratings from league rounds? Yes. Current PDGA members will earn ratings and even non-members will earn them even though they won't be able to see their official ratings until they join or renew. Players will see preview (unofficial) ratings each week when the TD posts the scores online just like regular tournaments.
If some weeks don't display preview ratings, it's likely not enough players entered that week with established ratings (propagators) over 799. At least 5 propagators are required to produce preview ratings. The good news is that once the league report is submitted to the PDGA, players will still receive official ratings for any of the weeks they couldn't see preview ratings.
Do players earn PDGA points?
Yes. Players will earn PDGA points based on how many players they tied or beat in their division during each week of play. League points are 1/2 the amount of points of a C-Tier tournament
I don't believe you should have a PDGA league that only privileged people who enjoy Friday's off can play. Some of us want to play too, but don't have the 4-day work week, or unemployment.
Just an opinion.