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WYCO / WyCo Projects
« on: January 19, 2006, 10:39:54 am »
Well reasoned and insightful comments, thanks. I am going to copy much of this thread to the tournaments section including this post.

General Banter / Kansas Disc Golf Association
« on: January 19, 2006, 10:35:40 am »
Ted has a family member next door to the east who may let him bleed the course over that way. He is selling the land to the west, #s 1 through 10 & #18. The rest of the course land he will still have. He may move those holes to the east and keep #11 through #17 the way they are. Nothing definite yet at all but the course as we know it will be gone.

It looks like the Redbud Open will be going out with a bang this year. Wood-Z says the land sale probably won't be complete by 4/15 and wants to do the event up big.

Camping Friday and Saturday night with a pre-tourney party and some glow Friday evening and a bash Saturday night.

Tournaments / Ice Bowl
« on: January 18, 2006, 12:31:28 pm »
Put me down for some CTP prizes, USM Hoodded sweatshirt, etc...

And chili. I'll be bringing both a traditional and a white chili.

General Banter / Kansas Disc Golf Association
« on: January 18, 2006, 08:23:35 am »
Land sale.

General Banter / Kansas Disc Golf Association
« on: January 17, 2006, 02:48:31 pm »
I had already alerted Smitty to this. After talking to Wood-Z we are hoping to get in one last Redbud Open there. Wood-Z promised to make an up or down decision about whether the course will still be there at least 30 days prior to the date we have it scheduled for.

WYCO / WyCo Projects
« on: January 17, 2006, 01:35:13 pm »
Hadn't really given it much thought. I guess it could be a C or D tier event. I just have to get the paperwork in 30 days in advance I think. I'll look into it.

Tournaments / Kan-U-WyCo 3/4/06
« on: January 16, 2006, 05:59:55 pm »
The 4th Annual Kan-U-WyCo
The Long and the Short of it......

The Kansas City Flying Disc Club Presents
A KDGA Oz Tour and PDGA C Tier Event

March 4th at Wyandotte County Park in Bonner Springs, KS

Entry Fees:
Open Division- $40
All Other Pro Divisions - $30
All Advanced Am Divisions - $25
All Intermediate Am Divisions - $20
All Recreational Divisions - $15
All Junior Divisions - $15

Minimum of three players required to open a division.
$5 PDGA event fee required for all non-current, non-members, and non-developmental members, except juniors.
$10 PDGA Developmental Memberships will be available for non-members and members not current since 2003, valid for three months.
The $10 fee applies to converting to a full membership within three months.

Registration from 8:00am to 9:30am at shelter J (between #2 and #3).
Player's meeting at 9:45am and the first round begins at 10:00am sharp.
Second round starts one hour after last first round card is turned in.

For more information contact the TD - Kevin Montgomery

WYCO / WyCo Projects
« on: January 15, 2006, 12:49:21 pm »
The tee signs project for WyCo is at a standstill. If anyone can help me come up with good graphics for the signs I could use the help. We can either strip and repaint the existing signs or come up with something completely new. There is $1500 of club money earmarked for signs or benches. The parks department has informed me that they won't be helping us with the signs again this year due to manpower issues and the retirement of Mike Connors.

Also, we need a bridge of some sort from #9 to #10 across the ditch for when it is wet. Poison ivy will still be a major problem this year. I have lots of Round-Up Pro and a sprayer but could use some help to get this done once things start greening up again. Major areas for poison ivy are along #10 and along #7.

Only one new pin planned at this point, short right #7. The #4 original pin was knocked down by a mower and will need to be replaced. The pin was not bent too badly so I have it to clean up and replant.

#1 needs attention. the pole the basket it on needs to be re-drilled so the basket height we be correct and several inches need to be cut off so it can be moved to the left and right placements. Also there is no stanchion on it for a flag. It's the only pin with no flag. Pete Cashen has said he could help with this but the basket needs to be taken to his shop. If anyone has the power tools to do this onsite it would be helpful.

Workdays will take place soon as the first tourney of the season will be the Kan-U-WyCo on March 4th.

General Banter / The eve of ICE BOWL
« on: January 13, 2006, 10:12:25 am »
Sympathies to you Brant. Sorry to hear you were injured. Heal up and return to the game when you can.

General Banter / ACE LIST
« on: January 11, 2006, 03:02:58 pm »
That sounds right.

General Banter / ACE LIST
« on: January 11, 2006, 02:35:55 pm »
All I know is that no aces have ever been hit during WyCo league. Ever!

I saw an ace on #7 down under at 12/3/05 doubles league but I don't recall the guys name. It was John or Sean but the running joke was that what got written on the card looked like Judo so that's what we called him all round. TJ was my partner. Who was that TJ?

Prairie Center / Course Condition and Projects
« on: January 10, 2006, 03:49:41 pm »
Yeah, those trailer locks have been a PITA since they were first used there. A guy had to carry around a giant ring of keys and then keep track of which one was which. Not sure who to talk to about getting a good deal on the common jkeyed locks. Maybe someone else seeing this will chime in with that info. Penney, Jack?


Prairie Center / Course Condition and Projects
« on: January 10, 2006, 03:28:24 pm »
This situation is simply due to the type of lock that was put in at PC. They are the cylinder locks you would see on boat trailers and the like. Each one is keyed unique. At all other courses we use a steel pin bent at one end so it won't go all the way through with a hole for a padlock drilled into the other end. These are manufactured by the brothers Cashen for us. If we were to change PC over to the same scheme used elsewhere in town we would need them to make us a set of those pins and then purchase keyed alike padlocks in the quantity necessary.

General Banter / Your help is needed!!
« on: January 10, 2006, 10:53:48 am »
Keep up the good fight David (I'm assuming you are David since that is the blog you sent us to). I'll send positive energy your way!

Thanks for posting and helping to rasie our awareness. I too encourage people to be vigilant in the monitoring of their health. Early detection is the key.

General Banter / 1/3/06 EC Meeting
« on: January 10, 2006, 10:49:27 am »
The minutes of the most recent executive committee meeting have been posted in the Club Business section. If you would like to discuss the meeting and/or minutes this would be a good place to do so.


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