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Beginners / Good starter disc
« on: June 07, 2005, 04:42:46 pm »
Buy her a light, 150 class, mid-range.  There are several beginner discs in light weights available.  Try the Aero
or Shark
or even the Classic Roc

The Classic Roc comes in really lightweight plastic. Disc Golf World has lots of this sort of thing and they have retail hours during the day now. Give them a call. I recommend getting one of these and having her stick with one disc until she gets the hang of it. Any of these three will work for her whole game until she is ready to branch out. Have fun and good luck.

General Banter / Quess who is coming back soon?
« on: June 07, 2005, 04:30:19 pm »
About damn time.....   We'll expect to see you at WyCo league soon!! (among other courses of course)

General Banter / Let's hear some jokes KC!
« on: June 06, 2005, 05:50:12 pm »
"Wedding Advice"

At my granddaughter's wedding, the DJ polled the
guests to see who had been married longest. It
turned out to be my wife and I who had been.

The DJ asked us, "What advice would you give
to the newly-married couple?"

I said, "The three most important words in a marriage
are, 'You're probably right.'"

Everyone then looked at my wife.  She said,
"He's probably right."

General Banter / New Player
« on: June 05, 2005, 12:20:50 pm »
Meet by #1 tee pad at the picnic tables there. As far as what disc(s) to bring that's up to you. I recommend a Roc and a putter for beginners but that is up to the individual. The best way to learn the game is to start with no more than three discs and stick with them until you know how to work them before branching out to other types of discs. New Players league tees off around 6:00 I think, but you should try to get there early. There is currently no cost to play.

WYCO / WyCo League 6/3
« on: June 03, 2005, 11:41:24 pm »
I'm sure most folks thought league would be rained out this evening but not so. Three hardy souls braved the threat of severe storms and got 18 holes in in very little rain. It was raining when we started but stopped after two to three hoels and the evening turned out beautiful. Third time that's happened this season. Starts out nasty ends up nice. Work day on Saturday 6/4.

Cecil Cameron 55
Rick Molenkamp 65
Kevin Montgomery 70
AVG 63.33

General Banter / What kind of Bag of do you carry?
« on: June 02, 2005, 11:15:04 am »
I carry a Lightning Pro-Style bag with Quadshocks. There are only two points to attach the straps on this bag but it works really well. There is room for 20-22 discs as well as a couple of zipper pockets for other things and a bottle holder. It's less expensive than other brands but it has held up pretty well for me. The Quadshocks actually cost more than the bag. The bag comes with an okay single strap but I stuff so much in mine it's easier with the dual straps.

WYCO / WyCo Workday 6/4 - 9:30am
« on: June 01, 2005, 11:02:16 am »
There will be a workday at WyCo this Saturday morning. I will be in the parking lot by #1 by 9:30 to get things going. Weed eating, trimming of a few trees and more poison ivy spraying are a few of the things planned. Also, we hope to have tee information to afix to the current tee signs. If you have any other projects you would like to do at WyCo just let me know.


WYCO / WyCo League 5/27
« on: May 31, 2005, 10:17:00 am »
Once again the threat of rain kept the throngs away. However, once again the evening turned out beautiful and those that stayed away made a big mistake. The clouds and threat of rain gave way to blue skies and a gentle breeze. A great evening at WyCo for the six folks that showed up. Three open and three masters:

CD Steiner   54
Cecil Cameron   55
TJ Ring   69
AVG   59.33

Tom Butler   64
Kevin Montgomery   67
Steve Slinker   71
AVG   66.07

WYCO / WyCo League 5/20
« on: May 27, 2005, 09:16:01 am »
Thanks for the kind words Christian. I sprayed for poison ivy and did some weed eating this week as well as got rid of a downed tree and cut some poison ivy vines that were taking over a couple of trees.

The course is looking great and is freshly mowed. Tonight is the night to get out and throw a round at WyCo!


Tournaments / 2005 Kansas City Wide Open
« on: May 25, 2005, 01:08:51 pm »
Those are all really good questions. I wish I had answers. Anybody know what Dan has going out there? I played it in the fall but don't recall how many of the baskets were planted as compared to temp. I'm sure some of them if not all are planted. I'm just not sure if it's ready to be played, as in marked, etc...  Anyone know?

There is a nine hole junior course in the ground and marked. It has fly-pads. If you go out to check out the monster course you can always play the junior course while you're there.

Tournaments / 2005 Kansas City Wide Open
« on: May 25, 2005, 12:07:07 pm »
Disc Golf World. They have retail store hours now so you could go in and register there. Not sure what the hours are. Call 816-471-DISC for details. Otherwise, if you catch Rick Rothstein at league somewhere in the evening he could sign you up there too.  Again, call DGW to talk to him.

WYCO / WyCo League 5/20
« on: May 24, 2005, 01:30:05 pm »
Another nice calm evening at WyCo. The grass was pretty tall but they are mowing this week.

Bryan Guthrie   55
Cecil Cameron   58
Brad Meyrs   61
Rick Molenkamp   67
Dick Parker   68
AVG   61.8
Dan Coffman   62
Tom Butler   63
Mark Morales   65
Kevin Montgomery   74
Jim Neal   75
AVG   67.8

Tournaments / 2005 Kansas City Wide Open
« on: May 23, 2005, 10:39:24 pm »
Doubles for sure. Beyond that is questionable. They just have a lot to do to the tee pads.

WYCO / WyCo League - 5/13
« on: May 20, 2005, 11:43:39 am »
See you at the KC Disc Golf Day. Come on out to WyCo when you can. The course is going to be getting better and better right up to the Wide Open.

General Banter / Personal Baskets
« on: May 17, 2005, 04:58:57 pm »
The Skillshot can't be left out. It's made out of some type of canvas and wouldn't last long left in the elements. It's a great temporary/portable practice basket but that's it. I actually have one in the trunk of my Camry constantly. Hence, my putting isn't any better. I suppose if I took it out and set it up to practice once in a while it might help. I guess I'm hoping its mere presence will help somehow.

Those Lightning baskets are pretty nice. Heavy duty for being as inexpensive as they are. There's one of those set up down at DGW too. At least there used to be.

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