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Rosedale / Re: My first ACE...kinda
« on: December 22, 2009, 11:13:22 pm »
all of the aforementioned would be entitled "bag aces".  doesnt matter if its throw 2 or 2000.  the second one always goes in, right keizer?  most tourneys/leagues would pay you half of the ace pot if you aced a hole on a second shot as a cali or a mulligan for a charity event.  not sure what kc does though.  i.e. you would get $2.50 from me if i was with you but i know first hand brad's broke a$$ didnt pay you.  he's gonna have to start playing by himself so he can afford rent, lol.  congrats on the tag and the bag ace though.

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Cliff Drive / January pin settings
« on: December 22, 2009, 06:35:25 pm »
I jumped the gun (and the weather) and moved 6 pins today.  Par is 59.  Here is how they now stand:

1:  Only
2:  Long
3:  Only
4:  Right
5:  Short
6:  Long
7:  Short
8:  Long
9:  Only
10: Middle
11: Middle
12: Only
13: Long
14: Only
15: Only
16: Long
17: Short
18: Left

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Cliff Drive / Re: Looking for a 44 at Cliff!!!
« on: December 08, 2009, 11:49:41 pm »
Yeah its a tough 3 for us mre mortals....was talking about that yesterday, those people that get to 11, 13, 15, 16 are not human....they play a different game

not so much on 15 as 18.  15 is less than 400'.  with the correct wind, i've seen a couple of crazy shots get inside 100' of 17's peninsula.  you can add that to your list though it is a much riskier bird to go after.  with your game jack, you probably throw an old san marino to the short pin and lay up with a putter.  tap in for three and save your risk/reward bird shot for 18.

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Cliff Drive / Looking for a 44 at Cliff!!!
« on: November 25, 2009, 12:03:25 pm »
No, I'm not talking about a weapon dumped at Cliff although I wouldn't bet against it. Cliff has been returned to it's worlds pin settings for the holidays.  I'm looking for someone to one up Matt Orum's 45.  Best of luck and Happy Holidays to you all!

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Cliff Drive / Re: I have a request...
« on: November 20, 2009, 09:58:14 pm »
45, just ask Matty-O...... ;D

It should be considered a 57 in my mind.  I have not moved it to the Worlds setting yet, and I know that Drew wants some keys, so I may try to do that Saturday Morning, before I try to watch the Steelers kill the Chiefs this weekend.....

drew here. i'm all for it in worlds setting again. I would be happy to set it up for any special occasion. Especially for a former kc dg brother. One thing i intend to do during my term is move at least 6 pins per month plus movement by request by td's of events (w/ reasonable notice).  It needs to be longer now because its been short since lions den/mighty mo and winter lines are now available. Hole 11 long will play noticeably different by thanksgiving than it did at worlds. Hope u enjoy the new route option. Have a safe trip to kc ryan. Remember, the great jack nicholas once said, u miss 100 percent of the puts u leave short.     

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Swope / Re: Swope League 8/11/2009
« on: August 18, 2009, 03:45:52 pm »
billy check you're pm or email

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Smithville / Re: Smithville ????
« on: August 10, 2009, 11:52:50 pm »
how did it go dan?

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Club Archives / field event results?
« on: July 26, 2009, 07:27:57 pm »
anyone know the results from distance, putting, mini golf?

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Smithville / Re: Smithville ????
« on: July 21, 2009, 11:28:19 pm »
count me in on the committee for something at smithville.  i currently live between liberty and smithville and am looking at property in the smithville area.  jesse james park north of kearney is a beautiful little facility with the amphitheater but there is so much else there with not much room for a challenging disc golf course.  maybe a family friendly starter course though.  smithville, on clay county park land would have so much more to work with.

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Cliff Drive / Re: Thanks!
« on: July 20, 2009, 02:55:13 pm »
jack i'll take care of mowing the two reservoir holes.

i'll also take care of circles on 11-18 if you have the paint.

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it has been a pleasure serving with you dick...

d.u. is looking sweeeeeettt and as we discussed i was previously not a fan.
to all those who can, even if not preparing for worlds, get out there and play this asap.   its well worth the drive.  it will definitely show you your weaknesses in your midrange and short game.

now back to jack's baby, ....... and my new home course, cliff.

go ahead and post times you are working d.u. dick and i'll swing over as i can.

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Cliff Drive / Re: League 7-13 Bring it on Big Boys
« on: July 13, 2009, 11:22:06 pm »
Does anyone get aces out there that's not a Villarreal? Just checking.

Fred S slammed hole 5 for an ace at the Tee Pad Open.  Cost myself, Dick P, Andy L, and Tracy W five bones plus some skins.
If you remember John, you could have joined us in Fred Smith donation day but you fell behind with better company.


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Blue Valley / Re: Blue Valley World's Layout
« on: July 09, 2009, 08:23:58 am »
could not disagree more dick, there are a ton of great golf holes out there.  i cant decide if this or cliff is the best course in town.  it doesnt get much use because its not for ams, it doesnt get mowed enough, and its a long round.  mental concentration for placement golf on top of the length and the hills wears my fat a$$ out.....but that doesnt mean its not a top notch pro course that will actually test my game.  how about a round to discuss it hole by hole, shot by shot?

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Blue Valley / Re: Blue Valley World's Layout
« on: July 08, 2009, 11:48:18 pm »
our sport also has a history for awarding a "birdie" for a two with no fantastic shots.
i have no problem awarding an eagle for two long fantastic shots and a big putt i.e 7 and 18 long.
the scores will get lower at this course as well as cliff as they get more study by use.
9 is a homework hole.  its a solid 4 but a five is a bogey. (why does our sport have trouble accepting 1000 rated golfers can make bogeys and not have to shoot 12 down to compete?)
11 is no different than 1 at ww.  its all about nose control.  with today's disc technology its reachable without throwing 450'.  its another homework hole.  you have to know where you can miss the tee shot.  a four on 11 is a bogey.

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Blue Valley / Re: Blue Valley World's Layout
« on: July 08, 2009, 05:06:55 pm »
So, if the course is set entirely long, then official pro-level par would be...(?)
hole 11 is a par 3 for sure.  most pros will be looking for a two there.
holes 10, 12, 14 are all par 3s.  they will get some reasonable jump puts for two.
hole 9 is no more than a par 4.  it will give up some threes.
18 is the biggest "tweener".  it will also give up some threes but i'll be nice and give you five.
holes 4 and 8 are possible tweeners but they will get some long jump puts for two.

i say par 64 is the most accurate.  65 is the highest i'll buy.  65 is probably 970 golf with wind < 15 mph.

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