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Messages - Kevin Montgomery

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WYCO / Re: New Basket Locations
« on: February 27, 2007, 03:40:15 PM »
Thanks Bryan!   ;D


2132
Tournaments / Re: Kan-U-WyCo
« on: February 27, 2007, 10:45:33 AM »
It's close to the tourney layout. Bryan moved things on Saturday (thanks Bryan) and came pretty close to what I had planned. There are only two baskets that aren't set for the first round. #14 will be across the pond both rounds and I hope to have a new pin in for #17 using the space opened up last year in a shorter placement for the second round while using the original long placement the first. So that will be six or seven pins moved between rounds the day of the tourney. I'll have exact layouts and distances available to handout the day of the tourney as well as online beforehand.

KM

2133
WYCO / Re: New Basket Locations
« on: February 27, 2007, 10:37:22 AM »
Thanks for giving folks a new look at the course Bryan. I'll be changing a few of these before the Kan-U-WyCo. Probably on Thursday of this week, Saturday at the latest.

Following is what Bryan posted with my planned layout for the tourney noted next to each hole.

1. Left (first round, short for the second)
2. Short (for the first round, long for the second)
3. Left (no change)
4. Left (I assume this means where it was in the woods, that's for the first round, original right for the second)
5. Long (for the first round, short for the second)
6. Short (no change)
7. Short (for the first round, original middle for the second)
8. Short (no change)
9. Right (no change)
10. Short (long for the second round)
11. Same as always
12. Left (no change)
13. Short (no change)
14. Short (will be moving, across the pond for both rounds!)
15. Same as always
16. Left (no change)
17. Short (planning an even shorter location if I can get it in in time. If I do it will be long first and short second. If not, no change)
18. Left (no change)

2134
Tournaments / Re: Kan-U-WyCo
« on: February 26, 2007, 11:29:46 AM »
That sounds mighty unpleasant. I am always willing to work with someone that can't play due to injury.

2135
Bag Tags / Re: 2007 What number ya got?
« on: February 26, 2007, 10:25:27 AM »
Alright, a true cross-state rivalry. Way to go Jack. Maybe that will help bring some of them here for our events.

Still carrying #20.


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Tournaments / Re: Kan-U-WyCo
« on: February 26, 2007, 10:22:13 AM »
It's generally situational. If I fill the event and you have paid and can't play and I have a waiting list it's no problem. Otherwise it would depend on the reason you couldn't make it. I'd be reluctant to give you a refund if you paid then got scared off by the weather.

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Bag Tags / Re: 2007 What number ya got?
« on: February 22, 2007, 04:56:31 PM »
#20 - Probably won't be in play until the first week of league though.

2138
Winter Leagues / Re: Chip Chuckers (formerly Advance Homey)
« on: February 22, 2007, 11:34:14 AM »
..... so I'm not sure I would feel right taking all that money from an intermediate player.


 ;D ;D ;D

Yeah, right.....    ::)

2139
General Banter / Re: DUI
« on: February 22, 2007, 11:29:54 AM »
DUI just sounds so edgy and dangerous........   kinda like the course. That's why we call it that, catchy ain't it.....  8)

If you see an advertisement for it or hear about it or simply are aware there is an event called the DUI - You are invited!   ;D

If you are oblivious to it, for instance someone living in Alice Springs in the Australian Outback who remains completely unaware of the course or even Rosedale Park, then you are not invited. But that is an obvious and moot point I suppose.  ::)


2140
General Banter / Re: DUI
« on: February 21, 2007, 07:58:18 PM »
The DUI is a singles tourney. Not many doubles tourneys in KC. Be neat to have a PDGA sanctioned XC tier at Blue Valley though.

2141
General Banter / Re: Tournaments and League Play
« on: February 21, 2007, 02:33:38 PM »
When you're a KCFDC member and you pay your $5, you have paid for the ace fund, correct?



Correct

2142
Tournaments / Re: Endicott/JB Open?
« on: February 20, 2007, 08:54:58 AM »
Speaking of which...Kan-U-Wyco will most likely fill up also....

Pre-registration strongly recommended. We had 81 at Wyco last year in a cold rain. If the weahter is half way decent it will likely fill. It will go smoother if most people are pre-registered. Online pre-registration is now available. Check the Kan-U-WyCo thread.

I have set a maximum of 90 for the Kan-U-WyCo which would put fivesomes on every hole. It will still make for a long day but daylight savings time starts that day. With patience and nice weather I expect it will turn out to be a nice tourney this year.

Have fun in St. Louis. Hope you all get to play if you are making the trip. I had considered it but I'm not going to make the drive if I'm not garanteed a spot at this point. I'll just go do some work out at Wyco instead  ;D

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Tournaments / Re: Kan-U-WyCo
« on: February 19, 2007, 03:56:16 PM »
Online registration is now available.

Click below to go to the Disc Golf World website to register. There is a $2 fee added for online registration. If you are a KDGA and/or KCFDC member your $2 discounts will be applied separately as the card is processed.

http://www.discgolfworld.com/product.asp?A=8&AV=878&mscssid=MLR77X5MF9988NQ2TK5LBCAN2KMMAJ79

If you want to mail a check for a pre-registration please call or e-mail for mailing instructions.

Click here for a list of current pre-registrations for the Kan-U-WyCo - http://www.pdga.com/tournament/tournament_results.php?TournID=6599

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Tournaments / Re: Kan-U-WyCo
« on: February 16, 2007, 10:29:39 AM »
Speaking of Aces. It's not listed on the flier but there will be an ace fund that day. It will be the KDGA roling ace fund that will be getting started the day before at the Colwich tourney. I suspect it will be a $2 ace fund payable upon check-in on the 11th.

2145
Club Archives / Re: KCWO 2007
« on: February 14, 2007, 05:55:46 PM »
Seems a nerve has been struck with the Olathe crew.

My first volunteer effort for the KCFDC was as assistant course director during the 1994 Wide Open with Ned Smethers at Prairie Center when the course wasn't nearly as nice. Rubber-tub-home-made baskets and dirt tees with a less flexible, shorter, layout.

I suspect the reason it gets overlooked for events such as this is simply. location. If a large number of people have to drive between rounds or even in the morning from a distance it makes a differnece to how the event is perceived by out-of-towners. That's my .02.

I don't think anyone is disparaging the course. Quite the contrary. Most folks I've talked to have nothing but good things to say about PC and the recent changes. But I have nothing to do with it so.....  c-ya.

KM

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