I agree. Those two should have played Pro-Masters if there had been that division. But they don't belong in Open. Advanced would be about right in that case. Dan is over 50 and Steve is in his mid 40s. You young guys should have schooled them.... :lol: :lol: :lol:
Yeah, right.... Dan usually gets me by 10 to 12 strokes at league. I just grin and bare it.
But when I force him into Open he rarely if ever cashes.... :shock:
So how did it turn out? I had to see someone off at the airport at 11am and then had tickets to a concert/festival in Lawrence or I would have been there. But I would like to know what took place. Scores, attendance.....?
Actually, it is in the PDGA course directory. I was confused because of the course name and location. According to Mapquest Council Bluffs is only a ten minute drive from Omaha. I'm not familiar with the area.
A couple of new faces to WyCo league last week it seems. Both Mike Penny and Corbett haven't been out there this year until now. Still getting a good group each week too. It looks like WyCo league has finally caught on
Wood-Z was far from an amateur player. He celebrated 30 years in disc golf at the last Redbud Open. He most recently played pro masters and his last rating with the PDGA was 939 as a pro. He's played extensively on many, many courses. Ted, on the other hand, had not played disc golf when he met Wood-Z.
Wood-Z had plenty of experience to draw from as a course designer and it showed.
On the campus of the University of Saint Mary. It's a private school so you need to let someone know you plan to come play it. Usually just a PM or e-mail to me will do it. But it's pretty accessible. Only three pins in the ground so far. Four more coming soon and then a fund raiser event is an idea I have to get the other two basket for a full nine hole course.
Much of the course is still in the planning stage before pins go in though.