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Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl 2016
« on: November 10, 2015, 11:01:45 AM »
Of course we can't predict the weather, but freezing rain and no large shelter might be a bummer. ???

Freezing rain and playing down under is more of a bummer.

No arguments with that... I have had to do it multiple times on the lead card(s) at past ice bowls and it can be treachourous. Maybe a big tent like at the wide open could protect the chili at swope..

Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl 2016
« on: November 10, 2015, 10:18:38 AM »
Of course we can't predict the weather, but freezing rain and no large shelter might be a bummer. ???

Prairie Center / 11-2-15 PC GLOW
« on: November 08, 2015, 07:13:32 PM »
Super nice fall weather for our third week of GLOW, and with the time shift the day prior, it was a full 18 holes of dark walking. We played the old #1 tee box, and hole 17 to the practice basket as a twist. We'll prolly do a few holes like that occasionally, so expect the unexpected.

No ACE was hit (almost though), so with all 10 in the fund increases to $376.

I still have lights and tape available, and the weather looks good again, so come on out.

Tom Butler & Deano                    50 for $25
Brian Taylor & Bryan Guthrie        50 for $25
Cade Garrelts & Caleb Bachman   52
G$ & Dan Zink                           53
Anthony Puryear & Mark Schmitz  53

Prairie Center / 10-19-15 PC GLOW (1st of season 11)
« on: November 08, 2015, 06:58:53 PM »
As we have every Monday in the Fall/Winter for the past 10 years we gathered at the PC shelter house, duct taped some LEDS on our frisbees, drew partners from a deck of cards, and played some golf. It was warm, dry, and light breezes, which allowed all teams to shoot below par. The ACE fund carryover from last year was $340, and with all 13 and a double Cali in, the fund increased to $354.

Steve Thimmesch & Brian Corneilius     47 for $42
Tom Butler & Cade Garrelts                 50 for $28
Brian Taylor & Caleb Bachman             52
Bryan Guthrie & Cali Bryan                 52
Deano & Dan Zink                             53
Anthony Puryear & Greg Seher            53
Andy Lewis & Rob Haney                    54

This is the first tournament i'll have played before and i had a question that i'm hoping someone can answer for me. My girlfriend was wanting to come out and watch the tourney but i didn't know if she did whether she could walk the courses with me or if she would have to be somewhere else as a spectator? Do alot of people come out just to watch these kinds of things?

I would have her carry the bag... ;D

I think with you running it, a Winter Saturday KCFDC league would be successful . I also think the board would be glad to have you run a Winter league. The only issues I could forsee is that Winter weather time is always coldest in the mornings, and as I mentioned, paying out cash to all divisions is tricky. I think if you ra n a kcfdc league just as you ran the Summer league you  would continue to draw good crowds. Your efforts and time are much appreciated. Rather than attempting to run a league early on Saturdays, I would go for the optimum temperature hours, like starting at 12:30 to 1:00. Folks could have a choice of your fine singles league, or D.U.

Shawnee Mission / Re: Saturday 10.31.15 mini/league at SMP 10 am
« on: October 26, 2015, 03:51:28 PM »
If all divisions pay out cash then anyone can sign up in the largest division for maximum payout.   ::)

Yes it would...sorta like hole 10 playin to 6.  ::)

WYCO Club Champs Setup:

1 - short
2 - long w/ OB
3 - wherever it is right now
4 - short right w/ mando
5 - short
6 - short
7 - original (by 8's pad)
8 - short
9 - right
10 - long, long (6 alt)
11 - short w/ mando
12 - short
13 - short w/ OB
14 - damn
15 - only
16 - left
17 - middle
18 - short

15 in 13's long placement is really cool...

Water Works / WW GLOW?
« on: October 22, 2015, 01:39:42 PM »
Is there GLOW at WW? Just the facts maaam.

Leagues / Re: Olathe Glow
« on: October 19, 2015, 10:21:51 AM »
GLOW tonight.  8)

Leagues / Re: Olathe Glow
« on: October 19, 2015, 08:49:03 AM »
The 11th season of Olathe GLOW starts tonight. Arrive early if you need to get lights and tape up. We draw partners at 6:00. We play for $5 and there is an optional $1 additional ACE fund if you want to get in that. We should be done by the 5th inning...

Leagues / Re: Olathe Glow
« on: October 15, 2015, 06:43:41 AM »
The first night of season 11 of Olathe GLOW will be Monday, October 19. We draw partners at 6:00 sharp. If you are late you probably don't get in. I will have lights for sale and duct tape for trade...tape for ale... we will be at P.C. all season, unless we have a special holiday edition at Birdland sometime. All are welcome. It is random draw for $5. Fun times in the dark!

is there a specific ale you require in exchange for this tape? and how much will the lights be?

The lights are $3 for a 2 pack.

General Banter / Re: Heritage Park
« on: October 14, 2015, 01:16:48 PM »
If the Kiewit engineer birds were asked, we could have it in before Halloween.  ;D

18 full size baskets and 18 mini baskets?  8)

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