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Tournaments / What!!
« on: January 07, 2006, 08:43:37 PM »

Here's the flyer - print it and distribute it far and wide. There is a color version as well. PM me if you would like a copy of the color version. It should show up on the front page of the website soon.

Here's the registration and Donation form - This is probably what most people will want:

Of course it's going to happen. It will be on Sunday the 29th the weekend between the NFL playoffs and the Superbowl. The same weekend it's been on for the last ten years or so. Sorry we haven't gotten the info out to everyone in a more timely manner but please don't go driving all the way to Wichita. Last year we had 151 people come out for the Ice Bowl in Kansas City and this year we hope to surpass that. We raised around $2500 for the Bishop Sullivan Center and plan to try and raise more this year. Start working on getting donations for CTP prizes and $ for extra donations. The cost will be $15 which will include a disc and a mini with $7 of this going directly to BSC. Specialty discs with Ice Bowl logos will be available for slightly more as well as great Ice Bowl clothing.

There will be a chili cook-off, CTP contest for prizes, mulligans for sale and all sorts of other fun activities.

The first round needs to be started no later than 10am with a group of your choice, of no more than five players. Last year we had some very large groups that slowed play down considerably.

Spread the word. More info will be showing up next week, including flyers at all local courses and a newsletter. More details will be in the minutes of last Tuesday's meeting which will be posted by Monday evening.


WYCO / 2005 League Summaries
« on: January 04, 2006, 07:42:30 PM »
Here are some statistics from the 2005 league season at WyCo

Average of best five rounds for those that played at least five

Mike Davis    54.2  8)
Dave Hemmeline   54.6   
Cecil Cameron   55.6   
Brad Merys   57   
Dan Coffman   57.2   
Rick Molenkamp   59.4   
Dick Parker   59.6   
Tom Butler                   59.8   
Steve Norby   61.4   
Kevin Montgomery   66   
Rick Rothstein   71.2   

Average of best ten rounds for those that played at least ten

Cecil Cameron   56.5  8)    
Brad Merys   58.5   
Rick Molenkamp   60.2   
Steve Norby   62.9   
Kevin Montgomery   67.2   

205 Rounds played in total      
67 Different people

Most rounds played by one person 22 - Me (Kevin M)   :shock:
Second most 19 - Cecil Cameron  8)
Third most 18 - Rick Molenkamp
Fourth Most 12 - Doc Norby

Fewest rounds played 1 - by 38 different people.   :?

Toughest hole - #17 average of 4.3 for all 206 rounds  :twisted:
Second toughest - #13 average of 4.1  :evil:
Easiest hole - #8 average of 2.7  :D
Second easiest - tie - #5 and #6 average of 2.9  :)

Average of all 206 rounds played - 63.1

There ya go......

See you at WyCo for 2006 League

Oh, and, no, an ace has still never been hit during league in three years of play.
The ace fund is somewhere near $800.

Maybe that will draw a bit more of a crowd next season  :D

Water Works / Mud at WyCo
« on: January 01, 2006, 11:53:55 AM »
I used water and a pipe smaller than the placement. I poured in water and then used the pipe to press it into the mud and rocks to fill the hollow end of it then pulled it out and cleaned it out with a bar before doing it again. It worked really well. If there's much more than small rocks and mud in it I don't know what to suggest.

General Banter / Happy New Year!!
« on: January 01, 2006, 12:52:26 AM »
Enjoy the Back it out!

General Banter / December 23rd
« on: December 22, 2005, 10:48:04 AM »
Sounds like a plan.....

2:00pm at Prairie Center. I'll fill the flask(s).

Let's get a crowd. Come one, come all.

I may try to get a round in at WyCo before then too. Anyone want to play at 10:30 at WyCo?

General Banter / December 23rd
« on: December 22, 2005, 09:57:26 AM »
Where's the disc golf being played tomorrow - the day before the day before Christmas?

I have the day off and the weather looks to be outstanding for some disc golfing.

General Banter / Happy B-day Kevin!!!
« on: December 08, 2005, 03:08:41 PM »
Thanks. I wish I could but I have to work late. Throw a snowball for me!

Winter Leagues / ice bowl
« on: December 07, 2005, 06:18:41 PM »
From the KCFDC listserv from Rick R.

"The Executive Committee will likely be meeting quite soon, and will likely
finalize the date of the Ice Bowl in its traditional position one week
before the Super Bowl, which falls on January 29. During that meeting, it
will be decided who is heading it, but Ice Bowl had traditionally been a
wonderful group effort. With over 150 people last year when we raised 2,500
for the Bishop Sullivan Center, I expect that we will not want to change how
we have done it in past too radically.

If anyone wants to help, speak up. Volunteers are need to help with
registration, to sell stuff, to organize the communal meal and/or chili
contest, to run the CTP contests, to help with scoring, and to clean tee
pads if needed. In addition prior to the Ice Bowl, we need people to look
for sponsors to either donate cash for the charity or prizes for the CTP
contest that can be translated into cash for the charity. If anyone would
like to oversee the entire event, please plan to attend the EC meeting to
discuss it.

Hopefully, by Ice Bowl Sunday, the temperature will have risen above
freezing and stopped snowing. Regardless of the weather, Ice Bowl will be
held and everyone must attend, where no whining is allowed. Those who don't
show up, you may recall, are known as wimps and will be called out as such,
because they have no excuses for not being there.


General Banter / Happy B-day Kevin!!!
« on: December 07, 2005, 03:04:10 PM »
Ya got my vote....    :D

General Banter / Building a course
« on: December 07, 2005, 10:01:07 AM »
Kevin Montgomery. I have family that lives in the area out there and get out there quite a bit.

There are some areas towards the back of that park that I thought might make some pretty good Down Under style wodded holes.

Just keep me in the loop about things out there and I'll see what I can do to help.

General Banter / Happy B-day Kevin!!!
« on: December 07, 2005, 09:16:11 AM »
Right back at you Brett!

I hope to make it out for the Ice Bowl again but will be at the Frontier Open for sure.

Another year older.....

General Banter / Building a course
« on: December 05, 2005, 08:56:49 PM »
I actually get out that way quite a bit and would be interested in helping out with design or whatever. There is a park there now with what I was told were once intended to be disc golf baskets but they are home made and not practical. I walked that park and saw all sorts of potential for a nice nine hole course with eighteen possible depending on how much peripheral land might be availble. What do you have in mind so far?

General Banter / Mike for Colorado..
« on: November 15, 2005, 01:47:54 PM »
I'm hurt...  WyCo didn't even make it to the list.  :(

Tournaments / CLUB Championships-picnic
« on: November 03, 2005, 11:32:09 AM »
There were elections, sort of.

President - Jack Lowe
VP of MO - Mark Morales
VP of KS - Dirk Hacker
Treasurer - Andy Lewis

Rosedale - Pete Cashen
Down Under - Jay Rivard
Swope - Mike Penney
Water Works- I'm not sure - Terry Adams ot Carl Kittell I think
WyCo - Me (Kevin Montgomery)
Olathe - Bob Hayett
Cliff Drive - Jack Lowe (multi-tasking)
Blue Valley - Dan Cashen

Secretary is still Rick Rothstein his term is not up until next year as well as Tavish Sanders as Sgt at Arms.

General Banter / Club info
« on: October 31, 2005, 12:59:37 PM »
I know I've seen the job descriptions before and just looked all over but I don't seem to have them. Here is a copy of our by-laws though. That might help:

Bylaws of the Kansas City Flying Disc Club (KCFDC) Revision Fall 2003
Bylaws of the Kansas City Flying Disc Club (KCFDC) Revision Fall 2003
1. A member, who must be active (read dues-paid) to run for office,
can only nominate him or herself for an office or be nominated by a current
dues-paid member. Failure to keep dues current while in office will result
in dismissal from the EC until dues are current.  In the event this results in
a vacancy on the EC, the President may appoint an interim individual, and may
not accept re-instatement from delinquent member if over 30 days lapse in
dues occurs.  If President's dues are delinquent, the EC may elect an
interim presiding officer until an election may be held, new President must be
ratified by at least three-fourths (3/4) of entire EC and CC's.

2. Each office will be voted on separately, beginning with the
President, Vice President of Missouri Courses (VP of MO), Vice President of
Kansas Courses (VP of KS) and the Treasurer holding offices for two year
terms.  On alternating years, the voting for the Secretary and Sergeant-at-Arms
will occur.  Course Coordinators (CC) for each course that is currently
being maintained by the KCFDC and courses that have received funding will be voted
on at each election on a yearly basis.

3. Club decision and policy making will rest with the Executive
Committee (EC) which will consist of six at large officers: (President, VP
of MO, VP of KS, Secretary, Treasurer, and Sergeant-at-Arms)  CC's will report
to the VP of their state, and may attend any EC meeting and have voting
privileges for all matters of the club.  They may also elect to give the VP
of the state voting proxy on their behalf, with written documentation.
Voting policies may be suspended for debate at a later time, and internet
and phone call voting may occur if agreed upon on matters that should require
all members of the EC and the CC's.

4. CC's are required to attend at least 4 meetings a year, they are
the transitional meeting following elections, the meeting date prior to
league starting, one meeting during the league season, and the last meeting
prior to the fall elections.  They are encouraged to attend all meetings,
but required to attend these meetings.

5. The by-laws must be approved by the general membership.  By-laws
and any changes to the by-laws will be voted on at the election meeting.

6. A quorum of the EC shall consist of at least 4 at large members of
the EC (Three of which must consist of the President, VP of MO and the VP
of KS)

7. The President shall call a general membership meeting in
October/November (preferably after the Club Championships) and in February
(preferably within the first two weeks) of the calendar year.  The elections
for officers and CC's will take place during the October/November general

8. The President shall inform the general membership of the agenda for
any EC meetings.  This may be through mail, postings at courses, e-mail, or
the website.  The Secretary will provide minutes of meetings to the general
public via the website.

9. Any officer of the club can be removed from office by a three-
fourths (3/4) majority vote of the EC's and the CC's.  The Club officer in
question's vote is not necessary for a complete vote.

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