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USM / Re: USM Ace Fund League - 2016
« on: April 12, 2016, 12:02:11 PM »
A little behind on getting scores posted but better late than never. Here's March 29th:


Anthony Todd - 57 (need confirmation)
Brandon Forbes - 57
Travis Daetwiler - 59 (need confirmation)
Peter Tady- 59
Tyler Forbes - 60
Steven "doc" Norby - 62
Kevin Montgomery - 66
Tracy Walker - 68
Phillip Brice - 69
AJ Todd - DNF

It was very windy, which sort of explains some of the high scores. Did not get a scorecard for Tony, Travis and AJ so this is from memory. Ace fund is now over $150.

Swope / Re: Swope League 2016
« on: April 04, 2016, 02:39:09 PM »
Yes!  8)

General Banter / Re: Just curious...
« on: March 28, 2016, 08:13:14 AM »
So many choices...  Right at the moment my putter is the Macana but I usually use an Omega SS. Go-to mid-range has long been a flat top Roc (180). Driver depends much on the situation but my stand-by in most cases has long been the Valkyrie, current favorite is a 157 Star Valk.

USM / Re: USM Ace Fund League - 2016
« on: March 23, 2016, 09:39:44 AM »
Week two of USM Ace Fund League - Seven made it out on what was initially a quite breezy evening but settled down late in the round to a calm, nice round.

Kevin Pike - 52
Kevin Montgomery - 58
Steven 'doc' Norby - 58
Tyler Forbes - 60
Peter Tady - 63
Tom Sprinkle - 64
Phillip Brice - 65

Six in the ace fund - Total coming soon. The remainder from last year needs to be counted up still. So far $14 has been added to it this year.

5:30 again next week then on the 5th we move to 6pm until September.

USM / USM Ace Fund League - 2016
« on: March 16, 2016, 08:41:24 AM »
The first round of the season is in the books at USM. Nine made it out and seven finished the round. All in the ace fund... new total next week.

Travis Daetwiler - 51
Neil Porras - 55
Peter Tady - 56
Tyler Forbes - 56
Brandon Forbes - 57
Kevin Montgomery - 60
Anthony Todd - 61
Kevin Pike - DNF
Phillip Brice - DNF

My first round in three months. Nice evening indeed.

5:30 again next week.

Yeti on the poster, but no Yeti at the tournament. WORST TOURNEY EVER! 

That's not a Yeti, it's a Sasquatch....   ::)

General Banter / Re: Best Courses after/during rain in the KC area
« on: March 04, 2016, 01:38:50 PM »
WyCo plays really well in and after the rain but I don't see it on your list. Cliff Drive is really tough in the rain due to elevation and mud, I'd avoid it if wet but it's gem of a course. Swpoe plays pretty well wet too.

Winter Leagues / Re: Wed. Night Glow @ Harmon Park, 79th & Mission
« on: March 02, 2016, 08:18:06 AM »
No Harmon/Rosedale glow tonight.

Bad rock creek is hosting a glow tonight though. Head there!

Travis posted on FB that he'll be out at Harmon to run things with no ace fund in play for those that don't want to drive up to BRC.

Clover Dell Park - Sedalia / Work Day Saturday March 5th
« on: February 25, 2016, 03:36:16 PM »
IT'S OFFICIAL! There will be a major work day at Clover Dell park on Saturday March 5th (rain date Saturday March 12th). Sedalia Boy Scout Troop 61 will be out in force to help us remove cedar trees from the front nine to make it as playable and enjoyable as it should be. There are other projects in mind pending discussions with the parks department. We'd like to see as many folks out as possible to make quick work of this and get as much accomplished as possible. Chainsaws and other tools along with trailers for hauling trees will be useful but able bodies are the most important thing.

Clover Dell is way overdue for some love Let's give her some!

General Banter / Re: PDGA RENEWAL
« on: February 16, 2016, 12:01:17 PM »
Does anyone have a code for PDGA renewal discount?

Renew through the club and the KCFDC will get a portion of your renewal fee. Rick at DGW can handle that for you. Give him a call.

Here is a thread that covers this:

General Banter / Re: No Disc Golf carts?
« on: February 10, 2016, 09:29:21 AM »
Like on a ball golf course if the course doesn't have cart paths then it shouldn't be allowed. That would just invite damage to the course. The only time a golf cart should be allowed on a disc golf course is for a TD on a large course during a tournament for convenience or to aid in setup in my opinion.

Of course the manual pull-behind or push carts are common and fine to use. I have a re-purposed jogging stroller I use sometimes while others have cool carts built specifically for disc golf.

Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl 2016
« on: February 02, 2016, 11:18:07 AM »
#12 Chili my vote

I forget what numbers Rhonda and Chris were but Mike was #2. Mine was #9 and seemed to be pretty popular. It was an empty pot pretty quickly after the judging ended. Should have made a bigger batch I guess. There were lots of delicious concoctions to be had. I tried at least five different styles, all quite tasty. I think it's great that so many people brought chili for all the Ice Bowlers to enjoy. I didn't get the full count but I know there were over 20 different entries in the contest. Good times for sure.

Tournaments / Re: Ice Bowl 2016
« on: February 02, 2016, 10:02:52 AM »
Anybody know who won Chili contest?
I tried 4 different ones, and they were all great.

Also how much money was actually raised....or is that some kind of secret?

Mike Mannering won the chili contest with a smoked pork chili
Rhonda Crosby was second and Chris Lee took third.

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