I think I spotted one of Kansas City's own in the background, surrounded by some of the top ladies in the sport; looks like the best seat on hole 16.
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I like the idea of having bigger score boards to work with, or a cheap projector to display it up on a large surface. Seemed to me that there was a lot of congestion under the pavilion due to players simply trying to figure out what hole they were starting on.The future is here.... Most people attending the tournament have a smart phone; even Tibetan monks have smart phones. The idea that we all have to come within visual range of a physical marker board (Score Point) to figure out what hole we must report to is Neanderthal. The next evolution of our local club should be to make important information, like this, more easily available through mass communication like email and smart phone apps; this way, nobody would have to jockey for position in a crowded pavilion to see instructions, we would just gather around the nearest smart phone and could report to our holes with more efficiency and confidence.
Hey, want to register for ice bowl?
Nah, I'm doing something else.
But Cinder Block is donating beer!
You should have said so earlier, count me in!
The hours of most parks are usually sun up to sun down. And one of the possible conclusions to this event could be the installation of a gate by the city.