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Rosedale / Rosedale Wednesday League 2013
« on: March 27, 2013, 10:46:09 AM »
The 2013 KCFDC Rosedale Wednesday League will start on April 6th, starting at 5:30p

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Tournaments / Re: Swope 1 Rounder March 23rd, 2013
« on: March 25, 2013, 12:08:04 PM »
Apologies Matt got you up there senor. Tank i also apologize for the typo i was informed it was 16 ill fix it

Swade@DDKC

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Tournaments / Results: Swope 1 Rounder March 23rd, 2013
« on: March 25, 2013, 10:46:54 AM »
Open Dubs
1- Arturo Villareal & Tank Franks- 40- $50
2- Bobby Villareal & Jose Ossa- 42- $22
3- Jake Bowen & Matt Crowe- 46
4- Jordan Hinck & Matt Perry- 47

Am Dubs
1- Andy Lewis & Deano Uhlman- 45- $60
1- James Heffner & Matt Hays- 45- $60
2- Andy Jewett & Travis Daetweiler- 47- $40
3- Ian Stone & Jon Thomas- 49- $10
3- Richard Bolton & Chris Mangiaracina- 49- $10
4- Mark Mills & Jason Rollins- 51
5- Harold Berciunas & Jeff Ozorkiewicz- 52
5- Greg Seher & Berto "isn't" Bitter- 52
6- Chris Millsap & Scott Thompson- 53
6- Frank Mangiaracina & Ryan Pate

Mixed Dubs
1- Rhona Crosby & Ben Crosby- 58- $18
1- Mary Walters & Andrew Walters- 58- $18

Open
1- Tank Franks- 44- $51
2- Bobby Villareal- 46- $20
3- Jordan Hinck- 47- $5
3- Jay Cram- 47- $5 *2 Rounds best score taken
4-Matt Perry- 50
4- Jose Ossa- 50
5- Arturo Villareal- 52
6- Nick Parks- 56

Intermediate
1- Greg Seher- 57- $31
2- Harold Berciunas- 61- $20
3- Jeff Ozorkiewicz- 62- $6
3- Joe Teter- 62- $6
4- Berto "isn't" Bitter- 67
4- Jeff Waldron- 67
5- Rick Gurski- 70

Grandmasters
1- Mark Mills- 53- $27
2- Jamie "Danger Bird" Berry- 55
3- Doug Linville- 74

$9 per player towards payout $1 to the club. $60 into ace pot plus the $94 from previous so $154 total in pot on day. Ace on Hole 17 with Roc 3 by Tank so he will receive the 50/50 split at $77. Thanks for coming out and participating guys.

Swade@DDKC

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Tournaments / Re: Swope 1 Rounder March 23rd, 2013
« on: March 22, 2013, 10:43:42 AM »
Yes indeed Swade will be out bright and early hosting this fantastic event in the middle of this mad mad month of March. I hope to see all yall out tomorrow.

Swade@DDKC

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Tournaments / Re: Kansas City Mini Series - 2013
« on: March 19, 2013, 02:33:53 PM »
Midwest Am is Aug 3rd
Mighty Mo is june 23rd
Paradise diamond is may 18th

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Tournaments / Re: Swope 1 Rounder March 23rd, 2013
« on: March 19, 2013, 11:04:30 AM »
Its looking like mid 40's for this weekends 1 rounder.  We hope to see you Saturday and I expect an Ace this weekend :)

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General Banter / Re: Masters
« on: March 13, 2013, 03:58:13 PM »
Just from my point of view when organizing and running an event, i like to treat all of the cash winning divisions the same, which is why they have the same entry fee and the added cash is distributed proportionally through those divisions.  I never subtract added cash from the entry fees, I either raise the money from fundraising or a sponsor or I bite the cost. 

I have played open, I am close to masters age and I have been running events for years and have heard many opinions about who should get the bulk of the money and what things should cost, but again by making my events as even as possible, it is clear what I am doing and there are no surprises.

I always say that I think you should play the division that you enjoy to play (within the requirements).  I in all honestly am looking forward to playing masters, mainly because from my observations, masters divisions do not look to be as stressful and they seem to have more fun with camaraderie.

To be clear too, Scott, this discussion was never meant to be an indictment of of they way you guys run your events. I think they're great and want to support them by playing as many of them as possible. This was merely supposed to be a discussion of what I view as some of the systemic flaws inherent to our current structure.

But I wouldn't mind if you just put all the added cash in Open. :)

Coop,

I never took it as aimed at me, but since my name was brought up and I run a good amount of the events in the area, I just wanted players to know from a TD standpoint.

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General Banter / Re: Masters
« on: March 13, 2013, 12:27:23 PM »
Just from my point of view when organizing and running an event, i like to treat all of the cash winning divisions the same, which is why they have the same entry fee and the added cash is distributed proportionally through those divisions.  I never subtract added cash from the entry fees, I either raise the money from fundraising or a sponsor or I bite the cost. 

I have played open, I am close to masters age and I have been running events for years and have heard many opinions about who should get the bulk of the money and what things should cost, but again by making my events as even as possible, it is clear what I am doing and there are no surprises.

I always say that I think you should play the division that you enjoy to play (within the requirements).  I in all honestly am looking forward to playing masters, mainly because from my observations, masters divisions do not look to be as stressful and they seem to have more fun with camaraderie.

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Tournaments / Swope 1 Rounder March 23rd, 2013
« on: March 12, 2013, 03:31:46 PM »
I would like to invite you to the next edition of the 1 Rounder, being held at Swope Park on March 23rd, 2013.  This is a flex start event and will run from 9am and you must be tee off no later than 5pm.  The cost is $10 for each round and you can play Divisional Singles, Pick Your partner doubles or mixed doubles.

The Ace Pool will start at $94 plus whatever is added at the event.

I am going to trust that old man winter will leave us alone for this one :)

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There will be a one rounder or two before then :)

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When I enter scores in, I'm only selection course layout, not conditions.  When I submit the official report I will mention those conditions, not sure what that changes though

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Tournaments / Re: 2013 Kan-U-Wyco - March 9th
« on: March 10, 2013, 12:26:50 PM »
I dont think you would have finished, but it was not about just your card finishing.  All of the cards would have had to finish including the groups with 9 more holes to go with very little daylight left.

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Tournaments / Re: 2013 Kan-U-Wyco - March 9th
« on: March 10, 2013, 07:28:31 AM »
The Kan-U-Wyco was an interesting day.  I was forced to cut the second round short and as per PDGA rules, finish the tournament based on the first round scores only.  It was a difficult decision and one I have never had to make in the 16 years I have been running events.  I made the call, because I do not believe we had even close to enough time to finish.  The last strike was at 5:20 which would have meant assuming at that time there were no more strikes, the players could go back plus another 10-15 minutes to allow players to get to their holes and acclimated.  Most groups had anywhere from 5-9 holes left with less than 30 minutes of possible lighted play.

I have always said i was pretty blessed with the weather I have had with my events over the years but this was the one that reminded how sucky the playing conditions could get.  Otherwise I think the event was going well and things seemed to be operating as they should.

Here are the results for the 1 Rounder Kan-U-Wyco
http://www.pdga.com/tournament_results/100857

Again if you have any concerns, comments or complaints, please message me and I would be happy to talk to you more about it.

Thanks

Scott

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Winter Leagues / Friday Glow Rosie
« on: March 07, 2013, 12:07:03 PM »
Friday glow will not occur 3/8/213.

Thanks,
#Swade@DDKC

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Tournaments / Re: 2013 Kan-U-Wyco - March 9th
« on: March 07, 2013, 07:37:03 AM »
And just because I like to keep people on their toes, we are back to playing just 18 holes per round.  This should make for a slightly quicker day :)

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