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Prairie Center / Olathe GLOW
« on: October 23, 2006, 12:07:45 PM »
GLOW starts tonight! If you wanna chow wit us, we will eat between 5:25 and 5:50. Sign ups and light sales at 5:50, and draw cards close to 6:00.

Baskets are in the following locations:
1-right, 2-short(right), 3-short, 4-island, 5-long, 6-middle(straight), 7-short, 8-right, 9-left, 10-short, 11-short, 12-long, 13-middle, 14-right, 15-short, 16-left, 17-left, 18-short. We will play 1 from the old tee box near the playground, 2 long box, 6 long box, 8 long box, and 18 long box.

On any hole where there is a walking trail OR sidewalk, they are OB.

Print this out and bring with ya tonight so ya know the pin placements and which box to throw from.

Prairie Center / Olathe GLOW
« on: October 17, 2006, 07:39:38 AM »
Olathe GLOW starts up on Monday, October 30. We will draw for partners at 6:00. I will have a few lights for sale.($2 each)
It's the night before Halloween, so bring a Jack-o-lantern out and set it on top of a basket before the round. Wear a costume if you want. Nothing to scary though, as Andy and Deano are a little sensitive to scary stuff.  
Come a little early (around 5:40) and have a burger or braut (or both), courtesy of the Olathe posse. Bring your favorite beverage and a side if you'd like.
The format is the same as last year... random draw dubs, $5 each and if you want in the ace fund add $1. Payout of the $5 is 100% and payout for an ace is also 100%. The ace fund from last year stands (unhit) at $196.
I do ask all players to be considerate of the neighbors near the park and not be overly loud while playing the front 9.
We hope to see ya there.

Tournaments / Club Championship Ace Funds
« on: October 16, 2006, 01:11:47 PM »
Wouldn't it be more exciting and fun to be playing for Wyco's, or Olathe's ace fund? If somebody hits one that has never played league there before, then good for them. They did have to join the KCFDC to play in the CC though.

Like I said earlier, I don't realy care either way. I'm not a politician or on the board. I'm just glad I can go play on some of the best courses and with some of the best folks anywhere.

Tournaments / Club Championship Ace Funds
« on: October 16, 2006, 09:43:47 AM »
Why do you think it would be a train wreck Q? The ace funds are built up mostly by club members. The CC is just for braggin rights. A hefty ace fund would make for a more exciting weekend. Just having the tourney entrants put in to an ace fund will be a small ace fund to go for. Also, what happens to the ace fund if not hit? Does it go to the club? Maybe I am just a radical, but I still think the courses' ace funds should be up for grabs at the CC, and furthermore, I think league ace funds should pay out 100% like the Olathe GLOW ace fund will when hit.

WYCO / 10-13-06 League
« on: October 16, 2006, 08:03:03 AM »
scores are posted above.....

Tournaments / Club Championship Ace Funds
« on: October 13, 2006, 12:43:28 PM »
Although I don't feel strongly either way on the topic, I think it would be a better idea to put the courses regular ace fund up for grabs in the CC. Of course you would still pay in $1 at each course as if you were playing league, and if no ace is hit, all the dollars put in at whatever course stay in that courses ace fund. I agree that the ace fund is usually built by regulars to any given league, and thus they should be the ones to try for it,  but, we are all members of the KCFDC. It may even be more of a draw for some club members (or former members that need to pay their dues) if they know there is a big ace fund at one of the courses that weekend.
Just my 2 cents worth.

Winter Leagues / Chip Chuckers (formerly Advance Homey)
« on: October 13, 2006, 12:30:25 PM »
Actually, after I take the majority of the skins, and low score, Andy and all the little chip chuckers can sleep. (they'll cry themselves to sleep!) haha!

WYCO / 10-13-06 League
« on: October 13, 2006, 09:04:02 AM »
14 out for a Friday the 13th round in very nice conditions. If your coming out next week, I would recommend starting by 4:30 to beat the darkness.

OPEN (5)
Bryan Guthrie  51 for $13
Beckett Carduff  57
Brad Myers  59
Jack Lowe  60
Dick Parker  74

Mark Morales  56 for $10
Dan Coffman  57 for $5
Tom Butler  59
Doc Norby  61
Mark Hogins  73
Steve Hoog  75

Greg Bird  71 for $6 kc kash *
Dan Christenson  73 for $3 kc kash *
David Christenson  90

* I had no kc kash on hand. Kevin can pay these winners out next week, or the following week.

General Banter / Club Elections - Nominees
« on: October 04, 2006, 01:39:11 PM »
Lawrence is in the domain of the KAW valley disc golf club. I don't think they want to be assimilated by the KCFDC, but who knows?

General Banter / Club Elections - Nominees
« on: October 04, 2006, 12:42:15 PM »
Are there any current nominees, and if there are, who be they?

General Banter / Anyone going to Joplin this weekend????
« on: September 27, 2006, 11:54:49 AM »
Possibly. The park is a great place to play there, but last time I was there the some of the baskets were like 18" off the ground. I think they are homemade single chains too. Great park though.

General Banter / OP: need tour guide
« on: September 26, 2006, 09:28:17 AM »
Abe Lincoln? Whatch out you could get donkey punched. Hey circle2, I mean, otter, I'm thinkin about going to Council Bluffs saturday for their 1 day, 2 rounds of 21, B tier. Interested?

General Banter / OP: need tour guide
« on: September 26, 2006, 09:15:12 AM »
Who is otter?

General Banter / need tour guide next week
« on: September 26, 2006, 07:08:48 AM »
On Thursday nights (prolly be there by 5:150 the KAW valley club has league play at riverfront park in lawrence. You would be welcome to play with them. It's a fun course.

General Banter / Driving through Kansas City
« on: September 20, 2006, 11:45:40 AM »
hey Tim,
When are you passing thru? There is league play (actually like a one round tourney) each night of the week in KC. If your able to hit just one course as your passing thru, and don't want to go to far from I-70, I would suggest waterworks park in north kansas city. All of the courses in the KC area are fun to play.

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