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Tournaments / Re: Lion's Den Open VI - August 23rd 2008
« on: August 30, 2008, 09:59:00 AM »
Ok I have FOUND THE LIST!!!... 

Here is a list of every score that I have on record...  If you paid and played and you don't see your score, then let me know.  I'll look at my sheet of paid people and see that your lying.

OPEN
1st - Kevin the "Ex-Sandbag Foundation" Hart  52
2nd - Arturo  57
3rd - Tracy Walker 58

MASTERS
1st OTTO 55
2nd KUZI 56
3rd DANGER 61
T4th HOLY 63
T4th  Bill Neanan 63
6th PAUL E 64
7th KEN 65
8th DOUG 66

ADV
1st Brad Damico 56
2nd Jack Lowe 59
2nd Andy Jewit 59
4th Damian 60
5th Matt Hayes 61
6th DEANO 62
7th LOOMIS 63
7th Matt Hummel 63
LAST TIMKO 66

INTERMIDATE
1st Sandbagger Matt Taylor 57
2nd Eric K 59
3rd Joe ? 64
3rd Ben V 64
5th MIO 66
5th Brandon C 66
7th Chris ? 67
8th Greg R 68
8th Matt ? 68
10th Joe ? 76
10th Mike Spadey 76
12th Shaggy 78
13th Chris ? 82
14th Eric DNF

WOMEN
1st Tavish 56
2nd Lynn Warren 68
2nd A. N. G. 68
4th Becky   73
5th Kris Anne 79
6th Lindsay Kieth (no score recorded)

MINI GOLF

1st OTTO 45
2nd Kelly W 46
3rd Joe ? 48
3rd Chappy 48
5th DANGER 49
5th Paul E 49
5th Dick 49
8th Rick R 50
8th Jack 50
10th HOLY 51
10th Demian 51
12th KUZI 52
13th Kent 53
13th T & K 53
13th Matt ? 53
16th Doug 58
17th Ken P 60
18th Becky 61

Thanks to all 41 people who came out to a wonderful day with great music and awesome food.   Thank you to Fisherman Bob and the Blue Fin Tuna Band and special guest star Dan from Blues 57.  Also thanks to Kelly Warren for the colorful spread.  If I left you out of any of the scores I apologize.  Some score I left out of mini because they didn't pay to play. Nick and Dave!!!!!!!

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Beginners / Re: disc advise
« on: August 30, 2008, 09:33:08 AM »
I gave up on the ani's and started throwing Sidearms and it makes a huge difference in my accuracy.

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General Banter / Re: YOUR TOP TEN FAVORITE KC COURSES!
« on: August 30, 2008, 09:31:44 AM »
This is from DICK this year:

In Depth: America's Best Places to Beat your Kid
It's funny that beating your kid behind close doors came in third behind Every Sunday after church and At the dinner table during evening Prayers.



2509
General Banter / Re: Ace Report 2008
« on: August 30, 2008, 09:27:36 AM »
WYCO has NO aces in like 3 years and the ALL OF A SUDDEN BANG BOOM BA DA BING!!!

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General Banter / Re: YOUR TOP TEN FAVORITE KC COURSES!
« on: August 30, 2008, 08:29:00 AM »
Wow Jack you should be proud of your course it is doing very well in the standings.

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General Banter / Re: YOUR TOP TEN FAVORITE KC COURSES!
« on: August 29, 2008, 04:56:40 PM »
I believe the baskets are gone from Ted's Dred so I don't know if it's a "COURSE" anymore.  But agreed on honorable mention!!  I amend that to my list.

2512
Club Archives / Re: Committees Started
« on: August 29, 2008, 02:34:32 PM »
I'm not in the committee, but... yes

2513
Beginners / Re: Newbie to KC, Difficulty of courses?
« on: August 29, 2008, 02:32:48 PM »
Well I was focusing on just opinions on prefrence rather than difficulty.  Mainly because your right Hopper, With all the pin placements we have it is hard to say whats more difficult.  Rosey set just right is one of the best Championship style courses out there... In my opinion... 8) cus i'm kewl

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General Banter / YOUR TOP TEN FAVORITE KC COURSES!
« on: August 29, 2008, 02:27:23 PM »
Ok so here we go.  This is my TOP TEN list of kansas city course.  Remember this is not to be debated and critized, just a way to see differences in opinion.  At some point if we get at least 10 people to input I'll average out the answers and round it off.  1 being the TOP of your list.

1. Cliff Drive (I believe this courses forces you to play every shot in every situation, A MUST PLAY)
    I know I know... CEMENT!
2. Water Works - I mean ... come on, its... WATER WORKS!
3. Rosedale UP TOP - When set in a challenging config, it can make or break a player!
4. BLUE VALLEY - Tough decision there
5. Rosedale DOWN UNDER - there is NO better league in my opinion than winters down under! 12:30 every
    Saturday after the DAYLIGHT SAVINGS switch.
6. WYCO
7. Prairie Center
8. Swope
9. Blue Valley 9 hole Junior course
10.Shawnee Mission

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Beginners / Re: Newbie to KC, Difficulty of courses?
« on: August 29, 2008, 02:14:54 PM »
Then lets start another discussion.  One not to be really argued over but one just to post your own top ten list.  If you wanted to get real crazy you could take everyones answers and tablulate an average TOP TEN for kansas city.  Eh.  Probably a stupid idea but hey Ill do it.

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Tournaments / Re: Lion's Den Open VI - August 23rd 2008
« on: August 29, 2008, 07:26:23 AM »
hahaha.. No I just can't find my notebook with all the scores in it.  I think it's in my girlfriends car but I haven't had the time to look.   

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Tournaments / Re: 2008 Pro-Am Worlds
« on: August 29, 2008, 07:25:18 AM »
Blah blah dead horse I'm sorry for responding.

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Tournaments / Re: 2008 Pro-Am Worlds
« on: August 28, 2008, 01:58:09 PM »
Okay, so who's watching the action on the web http://www.pdga.com/schedule/event.php?TournID=7276  ???  Do they have PAR set TOO HIGH on these courses or what  ???


Par was pretty ridiculous.  Apparently the pdga came in before the tourney and set the par.  Put it this way... there were 350' par fours that you could get to on your drive...  courses that should play an average difficulty par 54 were playing par 60-62...


Well that makes more sense as far as another discussion we were having in another thread about setting up par 2's to make it at least not seem so easy.  But if they were calling these holes par 4's at 350' then the PDGA made a huge mistake in setting the pars so high.  Though a 41 is still a 41 I don't care WHAT course you play.

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Club Archives / Re: Course Preparedness
« on: August 28, 2008, 01:41:42 PM »
For slippery pads, there are products available that are sort of like paint, but with granules of coarse sand mixed in to provide improved traction. Maybe something like that would work?

Or what about Jack's driveway? It looks like it would provide plenty of traction in the rain. We could cut Jack's driveway up and use it for tee pads! :D

Yeah it is similar to rhino liner.  Which I knew the actual truck liner stuff wouldn't work but it's the same principle.  I think something like that would help and be somewhat in expensive.  And as I said before just 2-3ft at the top of the pad. 

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Club Archives / Re: Course Preparedness
« on: August 27, 2008, 02:54:14 PM »
well it was at least a thought. 

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