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12 days out, only 11 spots left.

Thanks to the generosity of Grip Equipment, our presenting sponsor, I was able to secure a player pack item for all players, Pro and Am which is this Impact Discs Hooker disc retrieving tool:

https://youtu.be/STjoj2ymM8g

For all players of legal age, there will be free beer after the second round provided by Yankee Tank Brewing.

All amateurs will receive an Innova disc, choices are listed above.

Plus, Win Your Card, Win a Prize for Second Round and CTPs.


Registration:

http://dgscene.com/ChainCrash2016

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16 days out, tournament is half full.

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Two rounds of 18 holes at Centennial Park in Lawrence, KS.  Grip Equipment is the presenting sponsor providing bags for the Ace Fund.  The revenue generated from this ace fund is being used to pay for a portable restroom, park fees and an added item that all (Pro and Am) will receive.  Please consider participating in the Ace Fund.

INNOVA Champion Discs is the disc sponsor. 

Yankee Tank Brewing is providing Qty 3, 1/6 Barrels of beer for free to players of legal drinking age after the second round is completed. 

ALL PRO DIVISIONS - $42
ALL ADVANCED DIV - $35
ALL INTERMEDIATE DIV - $30
ALL RECREATIONAL DIV - $20
ALL JUNIOR DIV - $20
ACE / CTP FUND - $5
Non-PDGA fee for those that are not current - $10
DAY OF Registration fee - $3.  (This is waived if you pre-register)


Registration is open and the tournament is already 40% full.  Because day of registration is becoming problematic, a $3 Day Of fee is being implemented for the purpose to encourage people to pre-register online prior to the closing of registration which is usually 5:30 - 6pm the night before.

PLEASE, PRE-REGISTER.

Innova Discs that were ordered:

Player Pack Discs:
Champion Wraith
Champion Roc3
Black Champion Thunderbird
Champion Metal Flake Ape
Champion Metal Flake Colossus
Champion Metal Flake Leopard
Champion Metal Flake Teedevil
Champion Metal Flake Teebird
Shimmer Star Rhyno

Other discs available for purchase:
Champion Glow Destroyer (stiffer, not gummy this time)
Champion Glow Gazelle
Champion Glow Roc3
Champion Glow Valkyrie
Champion Colored Glow Gator
Champion Colored Glow Tern
Champion colored Glow Whale

There will be a Win Your Card, Win a Prize for the second round.  Undecided what it is yet, but probably something like a Sportsack or similar value.



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Tournaments / Re: Big Blue Monster 2016 11/5/16
« on: November 07, 2016, 09:04:51 AM »
Thank you for everyone that came out and enjoyed the wonderful day and this crazy big disc golf course.  The park was in fantastically wonderful shape.  I heard a lot of compliments on how well it looked.

Results can be found here:

http://www.pdga.com/tour/event/28534

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Tournaments / Re: Big Blue Monster 2016 11/5/16
« on: November 04, 2016, 09:36:34 PM »
**BIG COURSE IS SOLD OUT.  ONLY THE SHORT COURSE FOR JUNIORS AND NOVICE HAS ROOM LEFT**

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Tournaments / Re: Big Blue Monster 2016 11/5/16
« on: November 04, 2016, 04:35:30 PM »
2 spots left for big course. Plenty of room on short course for juniors and novice.

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Tournaments / Re: Big Blue Monster 2016 11/5/16
« on: November 03, 2016, 11:47:50 AM »
Getting a nice pre-registration list going.

For big course, we cap at 90 - have 52 so far.  Last year I had 20+ walk ups the morning off and the weather was noticeably less appealing than this year.

For short course, we have 2 so far.  Plenty of room for Novice (men or women) and Juniors 15 & under.  Short course is cheap - $10 plus you still get a DX Skeeter.

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Tournaments / Re: Big Blue Monster 2016 11/5/16
« on: November 03, 2016, 11:45:58 AM »
Guesstimate... How long will it take to play?

Yeah, I would say 4-4.5 hours.  I'm going to play it Friday at 10am because I want to and to get a feel for how's it going to go.  I don't intend to play Saturday.


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Tournaments / Re: Big Blue Monster 2016 11/5/16
« on: November 02, 2016, 01:37:32 PM »
Where might those pin placements be?  Long in the woods on 4 and right on 11?

Correct.  4 is about 75'? longer down the slope towards the creek inside the woods.

11 is more straight instead of hook left when it gets to the clearing at the bottom of the hill.  It's also kind of in the woods just barely over a little burm.


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Tournaments / Re: Big Blue Monster 2016 11/5/16
« on: October 28, 2016, 02:38:07 PM »
Eight days to go.

EVERYTHING IS SET LONG.  Some are set longer than long, as in a new long.  Oh yeah.

Par 73, Officially 11,220 feet.

Hole - Feet - Part
1 - 803 - 5
2 - 509 - 4
3 - 686 - 4
4 - 681 - 4
5 - 430 - 4
6 - 534 - 4
7 - 921 - 5
8 - 624 - 4
9 - 746 - 5
10 - 449 - 4
11 - 633 - 4
12 - 533 - 4
13 - 816 - 5
14 - 406 - 3
15 - 404 - 3
16 - 440 - 3
17 - 739 - 4
18 - 856 - 5

Average: 623 feet, Par 4.05

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Tournaments / Re: Any feedback on Bear Hollow in Ava, MO?
« on: October 25, 2016, 12:06:36 PM »
If you look at the pictures on DGCR, you'll see that I'm the one that uploaded them until hole 12.  My phone battery died at that point.

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Tournaments / Re: Any feedback on Bear Hollow in Ava, MO?
« on: October 25, 2016, 12:04:51 PM »
I played it 2 years ago.

This DGCR description is pretty accurate:

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Front 9 plays flat and around a small seasonal creek, back nine meanders up and down a decent size hill. Shortest hole is 143ft with major elevation and longest holes are both in the 360s.

The first 6 in particularly are very short and play VERY close to other park stuff like benches, baseball back stops, play ground, sidewalks.  My first thought when I played this was, 'how many times per year does someone get hurt here?'

There are 5-10 kind of neat holes. 

If you like to go on road trips / adventures and accept what a small town has to offer for a course, I'll think you'll be ok.  If you are looking for a quality disc golf course to really rip it on that is well thought out regarding placements, etc., you may be disappointed.

Me?  I like to play as many different courses that I can so I'm glad I played it.  I would consider going if it wasn't so far away.

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Blue Valley / Re: Clean up needed
« on: October 24, 2016, 03:43:40 PM »
yeah, I was really impressed on how short the grass actually was.  About the shortest I've ever seen it.

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Blue Valley / Re: Clean up needed
« on: October 24, 2016, 08:34:32 AM »
I only walked 4, 7, and 11 to get the new distance measurements, and overall, the course looked really, really good with a fresh mow. 

Doug told me baskets will be moved soon.  We're still 2 weeks out.

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Tournaments / Re: Kansas City Juniors Open- Oct 1st, 2016
« on: October 20, 2016, 09:33:00 PM »
Intention is not to hijack this thread, but to inform some parents that have been watching for junior tournaments.

For those parents with Juniors, this year the Big Blue Monster on November 5th has Junior II (15 & Under) III (12 & Under) and IV (10 & Under) divisions available.  They will be playing the 9 hole course at Blue Valley Park in Kansas City, MO twice.  2 laps, back to back, without a break in-between.  Cost is $10 and each player will receive an Innova DX Skeeter.

There is a Junior I (18 & Under) division, but they will be playing the Big Blue course which will be set over 11,000 feet and costs $15.

Forum thread:

http://kcfdc.org/forum/index.php?topic=12857.0

Registration link:

https://www.discgolfscene.com/tournaments/Big_Blue_Monster_2016

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