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Tournaments / Re: 2009 Sunflower State Games presented by LSdiscs
« on: July 02, 2009, 10:56:17 AM »
It is not pdga and you may enjoy any frosty beverage you like as far as I am concerned. 

We will likely set up the gold course. 

You may exchange discs... basically you will get an esp/z disc of your choice (ssg made the flyer and that is what our original discussion was about)  We will have a wide variety of discraft ssg stamped plastic. 

There isn't a specific division for mixed doubles as there likely wouldn't be many teams, but if you did want to play with a mixed team, I would simply sign up for the proper division based upon talent level. 

You don't have to play both days, but there is a discount if you did play in both days.  The players pack would remain the same for those playing in one day compared to both days.  Players playing in both days will recieve only one players pack.  We will have plenty of plastic though if you would like to purchase additional stamped discs.  Here is the stamp...


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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 28, 2009, 10:16:11 AM »
Chap.  that is correct.  Thanks a ton for your help. 

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 27, 2009, 10:08:26 PM »
A big thanks to everyone who came out, especially those who traveled quite a ways to make it for a 1 day tourney! We had 104 players show up today to bear the heat and humidity to play some golf! That's dedication! I will be calling the pdga on monday to figure out what the problem is with the ratings as it appears it thinks everyone was playing the same course at the same time. I switched it on the report to reflect the proper courses, but it appears to still be having issues. I got some feedback on the alternate course, but would love to hear any other opinions on how we could improve it for future use. We would love to have another permanent course out there but it is like pulling teeth to get things approved around here. Thanks again for all that made the trip.

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 26, 2009, 02:42:28 PM »
Unless we go over 90 players, we will all be playing the same courses each round starting with the original course. If we go over 90 it will be as follows....


Open, Masters, and Advanced Divisions will be playing Permanent, then Temporary

All others will be playing Temporary then permanent.

Lunch specials are being offered at lunch at Glory Days pizza for a large 1 topping pizza for $9....

Applewood BBQ Lunch sandwich and two side special for lunch and dinner for $5.

We will be doing the awards at Applewood BBQ to try and get into the AC after the two scorching rounds. Both Applewood, and Glory Days are located north of the course on 29th street just west of the sonic. I will give better directions tomorrow. Definately let either place know that you are with the disc golf tournament as they have both expressed interest in sponsoring future events if they see they get some good business out of it. See you all tomorrow.

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 26, 2009, 07:49:38 AM »
People are more than welcome to just come and play if they don't have a partner also.  The course is well marked and should be easy to follow.

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 26, 2009, 07:48:09 AM »
byop

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 24, 2009, 09:34:31 PM »
Looks like a go for doubles.  We will have two divisions open and am as follows....

Open- $10 per team  100% payout cash
Am- $10 per team 100% payout merchandise

I will be a flex start between 4:30-7pm. 

For more info, call me or Lars.

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 24, 2009, 01:32:23 PM »
We are hoping/planning on setting up the course through this week and have it complete by friday to allow people to play it once before the tourney.  It will be set up as was back in the older days of the shunga when duece was running it... with some tweeks!  We should have maps by friday.  If we do, get it completely set up, we will do byop doubles friday evening with an am and open divisions.  Probably something like $10 per team.  I will know tonight whether or not we will have it completely set up by friday.  Registrations are coming in fast.  Hope to see you this weekend.  Will post more as I know more....

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 17, 2009, 03:23:30 PM »
Don't forget to get yourself paid up for this tournament in advance and save yourself $5! We will be laying out the alternate course this weekend and I will post on here details concerning the course (hole length, elevation, obs, etc...). We are hoping for another tourney with great attendance at the Lake this year!

All am entrants will recieve no less than the following in their players pack....

- 1 Nalgene Type Polycarbonate Bottle
- $15 merch credit to be used at our stand

Also, DDDC club members recieve $5 off for the tournament. If you aren't a member and would like to register, talk to us at sign up and we can get you set up. DDDC memberships are $20 and receive and cryztal challenger or buzzz, club t-shirt, and bag tag. You can sign up for the tourney at the following links...

http://www.pdgasignup.com/Qstore/Qstore.cgi?CMD=011&PROD=1243066060
http://www.aarontemplin.com/lsd/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=264

Bren Nordgren- 785-608-8688, lsdiscs@sbcglobal.net

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 16, 2009, 02:48:03 PM »
there you go! no I didn't even see it! 

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General Banter / LAKE PERRY PROGRESS
« on: June 14, 2009, 12:33:17 PM »
We finally had  our first work day yesterday at the new lake perry course to get things going.  We had a dozen or so people out there and got a ton of stuff done.  It was a bit overwhelming driving up to the 3rd hole (first one into the forest) and not being able to see 20' into the woods! Let's just say it made a lot more sense when we walked through the course the first several times before everything had grown in.  But, after the first hour of work, things started clicking and we got were making a ton of headway.  Holes 1 and 2 just need to be cut with a brush mower and then maintained with a normal mower to be ready, which will be done by the core and volunteers in the park.  Hole 3 was cleared first with a 30' wide tunnel up the hill to a landing area about 320-350 from tee then doglegs right with a tunnel about 20' wide about 150' to the basket located in a cluster of huge boulders.  A three on this hole will be very good.  Hole 4 has about a 30' wide tunnel through the trees and is a dog leg right.  You will need to throw your drive about 325 on a tight rhbh anny line to the landing area to have a good shot to lay up to the hole which is about another 125' getting narrower as you get closer to the basket.  Hole 5 may be the signature hole of the course and is about 750-800' with huge elevation down the hill and through the tunnel... at the bottom of the hill, the forest stops and you have another 200+ft to the basket.  Some long arms, with a perfect drive, may even be able to get within striking distance of this hole, but anything less that a perfect drive will leave you with a terribly difficult up shot and likely a score of 4 or more.  Hole six shoots from the field shoots straight up the hill and up into a tunner into the forest... a good shot can put you in position for a 2.  Hole seven shoots a tunnel over a ravine that drops probably 50' and then straight back up to the basket which is located in another cluster of boulders.  A tremendous shot here can get you a 2.  This is as far as we got yesterday and I will let everyone know when we schedule a work day.  If you would like to see the course and/or help out at all, I would encourage you to contact Perry Core Ranger Kyle Broockerd @ 7852154216.  I will try and posts some pics soon.

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 11, 2009, 04:01:23 PM »
lol.  I got a hold of him.  He was interested in me running a tourney in ottawa the day after the lsdiscs open.  We will be in touch with their parks and rec and let you know what's up.

Met with the shawnee county p&r today and got some stuff figured out.  We will be setting up an alternate course for the tourney, but won't be the same one that we have used the past two years.  It will be one that was used for the shunga 5+ years ago when Bruce was running it.  Definately a quality course with a lot of elevation, ob, water, etc...  and should be a lot of fun.  There are some trees that have gotten bigger since we last used it so it should be interesting.  Will post more info as I have it.

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Tournaments / Re: 2009 LSDiscs Open C-tier & KDGA Oz Tour Event
« on: June 11, 2009, 09:44:06 AM »
Anyone know how to get a hold of Mark Martin?  He left me a message about the possibility of hosting a tourney in Ottawa the day after the LSDiscs open but didn't leave a return number.  PM me if you have his #.  Thanks.

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General Banter / NEW COURSE AT LAKE PERRY WORK DAY MAY 16TH
« on: May 07, 2009, 03:00:59 PM »
We will be starting work at the new course at lake perry on Saturday May 16th at 10am.  We will provide food and drinks (pop/water/beer) for all that attend.  Maybe even some free plastic!  We will primarily be clearing out small and medium trees.  Some of the holes are mostly good to go, but there is several that need quite a bit of work.  Bring your chain saws, hand saws, and any other type of tools you have! 

The core of engineers is dead serious about this course and are planning on dumping a lot of money into this course.  When it is said and done, it will be KILLER!  Elevation, trees, water, boulders, elevation over water, open fields into trees, trees into open fields, tunnel shots, multiple positions, multiple fairways, huge concrete pads (similar to blue valley, over 10' long), powder coated mach 3's, tee signs/maps, bridges, etc...  They are just looking for any help possible to get this thing rolling. 

The course will be at longview park which is on the north east corner of lake perry.  Contact me if you can make it, or if you want to come and need a ride.  We will make it happen.  Hope to see a lot of help!

Bren 785-608-8688

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Tournaments / Re: 2nd Annual Capital City Classic
« on: April 06, 2009, 02:50:39 PM »
This years Capital City Classic was a success.  We had over 100 players at a 1 day c-tier as well as 25 open men!  That's a large division for a c tier.  I wanted to take a moment and personally thank everyone who made the trip from KC and surrounding area... and there was a LOT of you!  I want to say there were close to twenty from KC at the event which is awesome.  It was extremely windy and rained at the end of the day which normally causes the casual golfer to stay at home.  This was in the forecast all week, but it didn't keep you guys away!  I guess it just goes to show what everyone already knows... KCFDC is the strongest club in the area, if not the nation!  I apologize for the small loft that we had for the awards, but with the shelter being rented that afternoon by someone else and there being rain in the forecast, needed to find someplace dry to do it.  I also wanted to thank Jack, and the KCFDC, both for letting us borrow an additional scorepoint, as well as allowing us to use this forum as a method of advertising the tournament.  Not to mention stealing precious time from the developing cliff drive course.  I hope everyone had a great time playing the courses, and hopefully next year for this event, we can have them both permanent!  Thanks again and I look forward to seeing all of you on the course soon!

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