I was informed to let people know on this site that John Buckle is doing some tee pad work on Saturday morning March 29th on the Down Under course. We need volunteers with shovels, rakes, 5 or 10 lb. buckets and a couple Gator type ATV's with the bed. Call John Buckle @ 913-485-5289 to inform what you can help with.
I was informed to let people know on this site that John Buckle is doing some tee pad work on Saturday March 29th on the Down Under course in the morning. We need volunteers with shovels, rakes, 5 or 10 lb. buckets and a couple Gator type ATV's with the bed. Call John Buckle @ 913-485-5289 to inform what you can help with.
just to clarify.. do you have to be in the corporate challenge to play in this or is this a mixed tourney with the corporate challenge players. kinda like when they have the regular golfers playing with movie and other sport personalities on tv?? the corporate challenge scores and our scores would be seperate most likely if so.
i suck but i may look into going to this one. i love camping and the ozarks. is there any floating areas on water near there?? maybe i can get down there friday and float early saturday morning if there is a 3 hour float.
How about a Saturday summer league? I would like to see some "local" courses have some weekend leagues again like the old days. Re: Swope and Rosedale was where they used to be but why not SMP?? Would probably have a decent turnout!! And hopefully another local course could have one on Sunday. Just a suggestion.
i went cause my girfriend wanted to go. the best part of the concert was checking out the chicks, when dickie betts came out and played some almond brothers tunes and the 2 or 3 tunes kidd rock played that were not rap. other than that it sucked!!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dan. That was my evil and ignorant twin you saw. He told me that concert sucked and could not believe he went beings the tickets were like $50 a piece!!! If that was the most awesome concert you ever saw then you have lead a very sheltered life or that is THE only concert you ever saw.
Dan, I would gladly take you and your sidekick Dusty on any day!!! Just like the old days of us competing against each other. For those interested readers, Dan and I used to compete against one another back in junior high and high school. I went to rival Arrowhead jr high and Washington high School while he went to Central and Wyandotte!! We threw the discus in track meets. We went from tossing heavy flying discs to these discs. Dan was not as active in high school but he knows that the competition we had was the best in the country cause them guys were national record holders from Shawnee Mission South. I just wish I knew how to do the discus spin the way I need to do it properly. It is basically spinning the opposite direction from the way I threw the discus so it is awkward for me. Believe me, I've tried. Now if I could just learn to throw left handed you guys better look out cause I know i would be throwing bombs using that technique.
As far as playing for the same #'s was why I also suggested having a tournament where everyone puts their tag in a box memorizing your #, shake it up and then redraw in order of the tags present. Then play the tourney by division. Of course i suggested many scenarios but Rick and I were discussing that people eventually get the tags they "deserve" to have and ideally thats the way it should be but I too like shaking things up by redrawing now and then..
The summer leagues I am speaking of used to be Swope on Sat and Rosedale on Sunday but its been quite awhile so some may not have known or remember those days. I think the days we played Swope it was doubles too. As few brain cells I have left its amazing I remember.