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Tournaments / DUI results
« on: March 22, 2005, 01:06:19 pm »
Are there any pictures from the event?  It's always nice looking at DG pics.

Cliff Drive / Workday Planned Saturday, prep work Friday
« on: March 22, 2005, 01:04:49 pm »
What time do you plan on getting started Saturday?  I might be available for a couple hours in the morning.  Plus it will give a chance to see the course and meet a couple you guys.


General Banter / Lost and Found
« on: March 19, 2005, 12:36:26 am »
Quote from: "tkienzle"
Car keys lost at waterworks they have a pink clip and a car door and trunk cliicker on them
if found let me know...

And i found a set with two car clickers on them one big honda key  gm or chevy key and 2 house keys they have a crafts 2000 and a price chopper shopper card...

I believe if you drop those keys off at a Price Chopper they can get them back to the person via shopper card info.

General Banter / Used Sporting Goods Store
« on: March 08, 2005, 12:57:35 pm »
Is there still a used sporting goods store on North Oak and like 72nd street?  What happened to all the Play it Agains in KC?  They seem like they would be a prime place to pick up some used disc's for beginners.


Beginners / Drive for Show Putt for Dough?
« on: March 07, 2005, 11:31:41 pm »
Quote from: "geauzinier"
one of their main characteristics is how well camouflaged they can be in the thinnest of local flora.

So your saying they are easy to loose :)

General Banter / message board
« on: March 07, 2005, 07:38:29 pm »
I'm no expert on Message boards but this software does seem to run smoothly on several other boards I'm a member to.  Even seems like some of the traffic has been up in the last few days.

Keep it up the good work!

Beginners / Dying Disc's
« on: March 07, 2005, 01:35:35 pm »
Another thing I have seen mentioned quite a bit is custom dyed disc's.  Is this something that is fairly easy to do or not?  What all is involved with it?


Beginners / Drive for Show Putt for Dough?
« on: March 07, 2005, 01:33:59 pm »
Does that hold true in DG like it does in ball golf?  I've been reading around on several other forums the last couple weeks, and it certainly seems like alot of DGer's spend a great deal of time talking about drivers.

As a beginner I've tried to keep that saying in my head when I tee off, making sure to throw a straight controled drive.  But am I missing it, is driving really where the good scores come from in DG?


Beginners / First Beginner post
« on: March 04, 2005, 04:01:31 pm »
Quote from: "geauzinier"
Bear in mind that Waterworks is one of the most challenging courses in KC. At Rosedale the ground is a bit flatter, there will be more people out there with a variety of discs, and starting April 4,
the Monday New Players League will start. The lovely and talented Paul Eklund is the host, if you have any questions he can be reached at 913 621-2004.

m richard

Thanks for the tips, I played 9 holes at Waterworks today by myself, and I must say that is a challenge!  4 and 5 I thought for sure were going to eat one of my discs.  Good news is that gave me the bug!  I hope I can get out to Rosedale this weekend and at least get 9 holes in.

Is WyCo pretty open as far as the holes go?

Thanks again!

Beginners / First Beginner post
« on: March 03, 2005, 10:30:29 pm »
Quote from: "DJayhawk"

Aviar Putt & Approach
Leopard Fairway Driver
Shark multi-purpose

I'm pretty sure they are all 150 class.

Well how are these?  Good learning disc's?

Beginners / First Beginner post
« on: March 02, 2005, 09:57:59 am »
The disc's I got are made by Innova:

Aviar Putt & Approach
Leopard Fairway Driver
Shark multi-purpose

I'm pretty sure they are all 150 class.

So how are these?

I'll keep my eyes out for the beginner league.

Nice site born2shimmer that is exactly what I was looking for!

Beginners / First Beginner post
« on: March 01, 2005, 01:48:21 pm »
Hey thanks for getting back to me both of you.  I will have to check out the mentioned shops.

That's too bad about the vandals, do they have to ruin everything?  At any rate I'm sure it would be fairly easy to generate some type of generic scorecard w/ todays technoology :) I was just wondering if they actually had one already done and for sale.

As far as the bag goes I need to go check out one of the local shops to get me a starter bag.  I'd buy one online but I'd rather feel the materials, and pay sales tax instead of shipping.

I found this site after I found the PDGA and did a search for courses close to me, and there was link to KCFDC.  I am not a member of KCFDC but I have read the registration app, and am considering joining.

So how do these leagues that you mentioned run?  I think the beginner league is exactly what I need to get the feel of the game.

How long does it typically take to play a 18 hole round?  My work is close to Water Works, and I've thought about taking a lunch trip over there.

Thanks again!

Beginners / First Beginner post
« on: March 01, 2005, 11:24:40 am »
Hello everyone, I'm glad I found this website, and club as I begin my journey into Disc Golf hobby.  I have a few questions maybe someone can help me out.

Where do you get the score cards?  Or is this just something most people write down on a notepad or something?

When do most players end up purchasing a bag?  I bought a Innova 3 disc starter package, and currently plan to just carry them around, since I dont really want to spend an extra $20 for a bag.  Any ideas for good makeshift disc bags?

Finally where is the best place to get equipment locally?

I'm sure more questions will come up but that's all I got now.

-Dennis :)

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