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Tournaments / Re: DUI
« on: March 29, 2008, 01:33:21 pm »
Yes, I was curious about this too.  Are advanced men $27 or $32?  And what is the difference between Pro Women ($37) and Pro Women ($32)? 

Anyone have knowledge of which tee pads are on tap for Sunday?

I think it's spozed to be $32 for advanced.

It's definately going to be a three round event again?

If you count the doubles, which is its own entity, that would be 3 rounds.  However the main draw is two rounds on Saturday. I don't recall it ever being three rounds.

Ted is expected back in town shortly. I talked with him last Friday, and it's a go. Once he agrees to the information on the flier I made, then we'll make it official. The same schedule will likely be used: Friday, April 11...camping set-up begin in the early PM with glow doubles in the evening: Saturday-two rounds of golf with Ted's BBQ between rounds and after the last round; Sunday, golf to TBD.

Stay tuned.


Tournaments / DUI, PI Doubles, Swope Spring Renewal Entry Forms
« on: March 21, 2008, 12:38:03 pm »
Entry forms for the DUI, the Cancer Benefit Doubles at PI, and the Swope Spring Renewal can now be downloaded from the homepage of this site.


just to clarify.. do you have to be in the corporate challenge to play in this or is this a mixed tourney with the corporate challenge players. kinda like when they have the regular golfers playing with movie and other sport personalities on tv??
the corporate challenge scores and our scores would be seperate most likely if so.

There are Corporate Challenge divisions for those who will be playing in that event the next weekend. The other divisions are open to those who qualify for them.


Club Archives / Re: Meeting 3/18 @ River Market Brewery
« on: March 18, 2008, 10:51:15 pm »
Hey, it is officially half-way to John and Rick's next birthday, so let's celebrate with a beer! Still not sure if I can make it tonight...

Hey Uly ready to join us for that birthday beer?


Rosedale / 2008 Rosedale League--Everyone is Welcome!
« on: March 10, 2008, 09:49:03 pm »
John Chapman and I are running league at Rosedale this year. It looks like Wednesday is the pick weather day of the week. Come on out and say goodbye to winter.

We are teeing off promptly at 5:30. Please register by 5:15 or give me a call at 816.914.0094 if you want on a  card. Amateurs—be they advanced, intermediate, rec, or novice—are encouraged to play. We intend to be very liberal in creating divisions. Three players are preferred, but we're flexible. KC Kash will be given as prizes, and there will be discs there to redeem any winnings. Cash divisions this week are open and masters (40 or turn 40 in 2008) and/or grandmasters (50 or turn 50 in 2008).

Entry fee: $5.00 (KCFDC members get a $1 discount). Ace Pool is $1 and optional. The current ace pool is around $400. 

More will be posted later here, but we're going to try some new formats this year at Rosedale. Stay tuned.


Swope / Re: swope league '08
« on: March 10, 2008, 09:25:16 pm »

If you tee right at 5:30, I think there's enough light to get it a round in, especially on a short course. It might give a few more folks a chance to get there on time. Count me in.

                Sunrise:               Set:
Actual Time:    7:35 AM CDT    7:22 PM CDT
Civil Twilight:   7:09 AM CDT      7:48 PM CDT

Tournaments / Re: 2008 KC Tourney Dates
« on: March 10, 2008, 12:32:37 pm »
While we're at it.. what's the possibility of moving the DUI to Saturday, March 22nd, instead of Easter Sunday?

Just talked with Pete Cashen, who opted for Sunday, March 30.


General Banter / Re: Corporate Challenge?
« on: March 09, 2008, 11:50:00 am »
I am correct that only 4 people from each company can compete (2 men, 2 women), right?

Chris is correct. Companies have one team of two men and one team of two women.

With more companies than ever (173 at last count) signed up for the Corporate Challenge, it's most likely that there will be tee times rather than a shotgun start. This will be not finalized until after 5 p.m. on March 19, which is the deadline for teams to get their rosters for disc golf turned in.

John Chapman and I will be sharing what they call the Games Captain duties, along with another Captain, Kyle Piedemonte (a disc golfing golf pro) who has worked previously with the KCCC in golf. The Game Director for disc golf is a long-time KCCC official (and ball golfer) Bob McMillan.

Here's a link to the list of companies in the KCCC.
If you work for one of these companies, make DG happen there. This is really a great opportunity to promote our sport.



General Banter / Re: Corporate Challenge?
« on: March 06, 2008, 10:31:22 am »
Rick - any idea what time the rounds will start each day? Is it one round Sat one on Sunday>
I'm trying to find a partner and he's church going guy and needs to know before he commits.

The KCCC disc golf is one round on Saturday. Sunday would be if we were rained out on Saturday. Whether a shotgun start or tee times are used will be decided once registration closes.


For anyone not "blowing glass" that weekend.

A downloadable entry form will be available soon.


Disc Golf World, in conjunction with
the Kansas City Flying Disc Club, presents the
Swope Spring Renewal Pairs Championships size=10pt]
Featuring the Kansas City Corporate Challenge Tune-Up

Saturday, April 26 • Swope Park Disc Golf Course • 2 Rounds of 18 Holes

This is not a PDGA-sanctioned event.

We’ve changed things for the 2008 Swope Spring Renewal by making it a ”pairs” or doubles tournament and featuring some divisions that are a bit out of the ordinary. We also wanted to welcome warmly the Corporate Challenge disc golfers with their own division as they get ready for their May 3rd event.

Because of the experimental nature of this tournament, it’s hard to gauge what the response will be. The tournament can accommodate 54 teams. To guarantee your spot, please pre-register.

Divisions and Entry Fees:

Open: $50 per team (cash payback)
Amateur: $30 per team (prize payback)
100-Year—the combined ages of the partners must be at least 100: $30 per team (cash back)
Mixed—one male and one female: $20 (prizes)
Adult-Child 1 (child aged 13-15): $20 (prizes)
Adult-Child 2 (child aged under 13): $20 (prizes)
Student—must be 18 or under and currently enrolled in school: $20 (prizes)
KC Corporate Challenge Men’s: $20 (prizes)
KC Corporate Challenge Women’s: $20 (prizes)

Minimum of two teams required to open a division.

Ace Fund (optional): $4.00 per team. If no ace: CTP for 1/2 and 1/2 to the KCFDC.


On Site Registration: 8:00 am - 9:15 am
Players’ meeting: ~9:50. Tee off to follow.
Lunch: About one hour. We might have lunch for sale on site.
2nd Round Tee: To Be Announced (probably 2ish)

Swope Spring Renewal Pairs Entry Form
(each partner must fill out an entry form)

Name________________________________________________________Date of Birth___________________________



Partner’s Name______________________________

Division (Circle one): Open $50 per team.  Amateur $30.  100-Year $30.  Mixed $20.  Adult-child 1 $20.  Adult-child 2 $20.  KCCC-Men $20. KCCC Women $20. Ace Pool $4 per team—Y or N.
Total Entry and ace pool (if chosen) Amount: $_____________________

Make checks/money order and mail to: Disc Golf World• 509 E 18th St • Kansas City MO 64108
To pay with bank card, call or stop by Disc Golf World 816.471.3472. (The $2.00 processing fee will be waived for active Kansas City Flying Disc Club members.)

For further information, contact Rick Rothstein or John Chapman at:
816.471.3472 or

General Banter / Re: Corporate Challenge?
« on: March 05, 2008, 10:59:53 am »
Chap and I are working with CC...both certified and certifiable. Will be announcing the Swope Spring Renewal Pairs Championships  Featuring the Corporate Challenge Tune-Up shortly...R

Tournaments / Re: 2008 KC Tourney Dates
« on: March 05, 2008, 10:56:05 am »
No. Jack is going to find a different date.


Club Archives / Re: 2008 KC Wide Open
« on: March 04, 2008, 04:22:16 pm »
Just listened to the revamped PDGA Radio, where Brian Schweberger said he was definitely going to the Kansas City Wide Open. He said something like that he heard that there was a new course there that was like Water Works on steroids...oh yeah, he said it was called Blue Valley. He also mentioned that the last time here, in 2005, was the last time he didn't cash in an event.

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