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Tournaments / J&B Rolling Hills Doubles, April 22
« on: March 31, 2006, 09:37:07 AM »
J&B Rolling Hills
Doubles Disc Golf Tournament
PDGA Sanctioned XC-tier
Lamoni, Iowa
Saturday, April 22, 2006
(pre-registration deadline Wednesday, April 19 )

   Divisions and Fees:   Open Pro         $90/team
            Pro Master         $75
            Pro Women         $65
            Advanced Ams         $60
            Advanced Master      $45
            Advanced Women      $40
            Add $2.00 PDGA Fee per player all divisions
            Add $5.00 PDGA non-member fee all divisions

Format:      36 holes- 1 round of 18 at J and B
                    1 round of 18 at Graceland
             Trophies / Ace pot and CTP prizes
            Awards at J and B

Registration:      Saturday 7:30 till 8:45am at J and B
            Player roundup and meeting at 8:45am
            Shotgun start at 9:15am

   Contact:      Bob Kelly         E-Mail   
            Home 641-784-3193
            Work 641-784-5192
            Cell 515-360-3903

   Course Directions   I-35 north or south to exit 4. Go west on Highway 69                1/8 mile to Kum and Go. Turn north 1/8 mile into                course parking lot. Driving map on

Mail Registration and payment to:    Robert Kelly
                  405 South Elk Chapel Road
                  Lamoni, Iowa

General Banter / General out-of-bounds rules question
« on: March 31, 2006, 08:56:09 AM »
Quote from: "Nivek9"
Thanks for clearing that up for me. I suspected as much but hadn't been able to find anything out about it. Still a great shot though.

It is a cool photo.  It was shot at Lake Okeechobee in Florida in 1991, I think, at least that's what Don Harman said on FOX4 about a week ago.


Club Archives / Re: Art Work
« on: February 13, 2006, 05:23:56 PM »
Water Works is 2 words.

Prairie Center is the name of the park in Olathe.

Rosedale is one word.



   As State Coordinator for Missouri, I get to pick one person that gets to play in the USDGC.  Normally I pick the best Missouri player from the KCWO that hasn't already qualified.  This year that person was Chad Larson from Columbia.  Chad suffered a knee injury last week, and will be unable to play. So.....

I need to find someone to fill that spot, and I need to do it fast. The following requirements exist:

1.  You MUST live in Missouri, so Kansas residents are either out of luck, or you must beg Terri Clark, who is the Kansas Coordinator.

2.  You may pay your entry fees to USDGC by August 1.  That is Monday, or less than 4 days from now. Sorry about that, but this is a last-minute replacement.  

3. You must call me to let me know you're interested.  Call me at 816-547-6148 (my cell phone, or if it's during business hours today or tomorrow, then call 816-471-3472 and talk to me at Disc Golf World.)  I will then tell you how to sign up and pay your entry fee.

4. You MUST be a current dues-paid PDGA member.  You cannot pay your dues now.  You must have paid them already.

5. You MUST go to the tournament.  I want to give this spot to someone who will go and have a good time.  I don't want this person to back out at the last minute.  

6. This spot doesn't necessarily have to go to a pro, although preference will be given to pros, and also to people who volunteer their time to their local club.  I will take an amateur who wishes to and commits to going.

7. You must pay your entry fee, travel, and all other related expenses.  All I'm doing is getting you an opportunity to enter the tournament.

I will choose someone from the list of people who call me in the next 2 days or so.  That's the rest of today, and all of Friday and Saturday.  You will then have to pay your entry fees on Monday.  Sorry for the late notice, but injuries happen.  My phone numbers are below.  Email is fine also.

John Chapman
(816) 547-6148 cell
(816) 471-3472 work (Thursday or Friday before 5PM only)
(816) 455-5660 home

General Banter / message board
« on: March 24, 2005, 12:45:20 PM »
Also, is there any way we could remove post counts?  One of the big problems with the PDGA Board is that some people will post inane drivel just to drive their post count up.


General Banter / message board
« on: March 24, 2005, 12:43:14 PM »
Both Topica messages and Yahoo Group messages are archived, so you can go back and search for what you need.  I'm just saying even with the email notification (which I will be using to keep track of the one or 2 threads that might interest me), I'd still rather get emails.  I hate message boards for official information.  There's too much risk of the intended message getting lost or misinterpreted.   I'll now go back and hide in my hole.


General Banter / message board
« on: March 24, 2005, 11:39:18 AM »
Actually, I disagree.  I like getting the emails in my inbox, and I like not having to go to the discussion board, which I find of questionable value.  Sometimes, it's hard to disseminate the 5% real good, valid information from the 95% crap misinformation, or crap I don't want to read.  If it shows up in my email, I can just delete it.  I don't have to wade through a bunch of crap to find what I need.

I understand about private lists, but I'm on the PDGA Board, and I don't read THAT discussion board either.  It has very little real value, and is full of misinformation.  Maybe our board will be different.


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