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Tournaments / Coca Cola Classic aka 2013 Atlantic Open, 8-31 and 9-1
« on: July 02, 2013, 02:31:00 PM »
should be a competitive field this being year 4. novice/int/agm Saturday 08-31 and adv &pro B-tier sunday 09-01

Tournaments / Roc V Buzzz 2013 - September 21 @ Swope Park
« on: June 27, 2013, 10:57:20 AM »
one of my fav concepts from ekolk!


Roc V Buzzz
September 21st, 2013
Swope Park
25.00 USD

Two rounds of team play
21 holes
Players declare a team- Roc or Buzzz
36 players to each team
72 total players
Any Roc or any Buzzz may be thrown
No other disc type allowed; this is not a putting competition
72 will be the maximum score on the 21 hole layout; this is to minimize outliers
The winning team receives a custom Roc V Buzzz mini disc

What else you ask? Your entry includes two discs- one KC Pro Roc and one Z Buzzz, lunch, beverages, libations, CTPs both rounds and Ring of Fire between rounds. Plus I'll have DJ Tyrone out there spinning records. yes, vinyl records hipsters  ;)

Flyer to follow. This was a great time last year with Team Roc winning by a hair, and without the putter option I expect a more decisive victory this time around, but for which team I can only guess. Get your team together. Oh yeah, I must include the Ossa rule for the CTPs. Lat year, our friend Jose Ossa won every CTP on the course last year. In fact, he won so much-including first place and cash- he gave away a bag he won on the last CTP. So, the Ossa rule is that you may win only one CTP in the Roc V Buzz competition. Just in case Bowen or Murphy or Ossa show up and bomb their Rocs 400+ feet. Yes, there will be some long holes.
Registration to follow next week.

Cliff Drive / Northeast League at CLIFF DRIVE TONITE 6-3-13
« on: June 03, 2013, 10:58:11 AM »
NOT blue valley, weeze beeze at cliff 6 pm

Rosedale / Rosedale League May 1st
« on: May 02, 2013, 11:36:49 AM »
souvenir from hole 3, stuffed - battered - fried - consumed

Tournaments / Ozark Mountain Open in Vichy, Mo
« on: March 26, 2013, 10:48:13 PM »
April 6 and 7, as usual only the very strong, resourceful and capable golfers should attend, which omits me this spring, maybe the Fall Harvest in october.

Tournaments / Paradise Diamond Saturday May 18
« on: March 20, 2013, 09:28:37 AM »
really looking forward to fair-weather sunny golfing on the shores of smithville lake and hoping to convince the powers that be to play all 3 courses in one day. i believe beaver/blackthorne can be nailed in under 4 hours, and the henge in 3 hours. charge an extra seven bucks for lunch on the course or sponsor some kcfdc snacks/bevs and a triple crown is born! just starting this thread for feedback, really ddkc gets stuck with all the work and decision making

General Banter / St.Louis Spring leagues
« on: March 18, 2013, 10:37:04 PM »
just a friendly FYI if you're looking for a league in stl:

Spring Leagues;
Mondays -       Gateway, Carrollton Handicap League - Singles - Starts Mar 11

Mondays -       JCS, Arnold - Starts Mar 11 Spring League
Mondays -       PHD, Chain Bang - Starts Mar 11
Tuesdays -       STLDGC, Jefferson Barracks - BYOP Doubles - Starts Mar 12 and ends Apr 30
Tuesdays -       SCCDGC, Quail Ridge - BYOP Doubles - Starts  Mar 17  and ends  May 7
Tuesdays -       STLDGC, Schroeder -

Wednesdays -  SICG, Woodland -

Wednesdays -  Gateway, Endicott Singles - starts Mar 13
Thursdays -      Hazelwood, White Birch - BYOP   Doubles
Thursdays -      Gateway, Dunegant - starts Mar 21  Singles
Thursdays -      JCS, Jokerst - Handicap - starts Mar 14  Spring League

General Banter / worthy snow video
« on: February 22, 2013, 01:32:24 PM »
chris mann turned me on to this, so i'll share, it's all kc musicians after the storm:

General Banter / get tournament ready
« on: February 14, 2013, 09:39:34 AM »

Water Works / railroad ties wanted
« on: February 01, 2013, 11:00:38 AM »
if anyone can drop off some railroad ties at the park, i can use them to do good. looking for a bout 3 twelve footers to cut into 4 ft lengths to fix some stuff. also some reebar, 30 pieces 12 inch to 36 inch - please donate if you can and drop em off anytime and let me know here on the forum.

General Banter / what's in your bag by steady ed
« on: February 01, 2013, 10:49:52 AM »
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Winter Leagues / 01/31/13 Glow League frostbite skins
« on: January 31, 2013, 09:35:53 PM »
light wind and 14F to start, 9F to finish as the ace pool increases by $4

Jamie     59   7 skins + 2 overall = 9 dollars
Jordan    61  11 skins                = 11 dollars
Beckett 77   
Caleb    78

Jack fairweather Lowe didn't show, ya kiddin' me it was frikken cold dude.

Tournaments / USDGC
« on: October 03, 2012, 10:55:58 AM »

General Banter / rules changes for 2013
« on: September 21, 2012, 10:42:06 AM »
FYI - these are significant and expect them to be ratified, not necessarily by vote


Definitions added: Approximate Position, Falling Putt, In-bounds, Position, Previous Lie, Re-throw,
Tee Line

Definitions removed: Completion of a Round, Fairway, Thrower, Two meter rule

Only one witness is required for a violation that results in a warning. Confirmation from a
second person is required for a violation that results in a penalty throw. If a throw is
subject to more than one violation, the one with the most severe penalty is applied. For example,
a throw from an illegal stance that goes OB is penalized for being OB. Ties are broken by
chronological order of the violations. For example, a throw that goes OB and then crosses
the wrong side of a mandatory is OB.

The 30-second clock (excessive time) now starts when you reach your disc, rather than after
you mark it, since a disc may not be marked. You can no longer stand over your disc holding
your mini for an indefinite amount of time.

Carrying an illegal disc is no longer punishable by itself. You have to throw it for there to
be a penalty. The same goes for an illegal device. You are allowed to use a towel or pad on
a lie. GPS devices are no longer disallowed.

"The thrown disc establishes a position where it first comes to rest." That is an important concept
which provides a basis for many other rules. Once a position has been established, it remains even if
the disc moves, no matter how that happens. The following rules are now related to establishing
position: disc above/below ground,  broken disc, and disc in water or foliage.

The disc on the playing surface is now the primary way to mark the lie. The use of a mini is
presented as an alternative.

The thrower cannot call or second a stance violation. That closes the self-called falling putt
loophole. You are now allowed to retrieve a disc after a stance violation (the excessive time
rule still applies of course). There is no longer a three-second limit on calling a stance
violation. All calls must be made promptly, as noted in "Application of the Rules".

A few exemptions have been added to the interference rules: interference to prevent injury
or to prevent (with the thrower's consent) a disc from becoming lost is allowed.

The two-meter rule has been moved to "Discretionary Rules".

"Playing from Another Player's Lie" is now an "Incorrect Lie" misplay, meaning there's just
one penalty throw instead of two. The player whose disc was moved handles it the same as the
disc being moved for any other reason, and replaces it to its approximate position.

The entire group must assist in the search for a lost disc. Whoever starts the clock has to
tell the group that it has started.

You can no longer throw back across a mandatory line after having made the mandatory.
There's no longer a default drop zone. If the Director has not designated a drop zone, go
to the previous lie.

A scorecard is late after 30 rather than 25 minutes.

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