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Tournaments / Re: 2010 Club Championships - Oct. 2nd - 3rd
« on: October 02, 2010, 10:00:25 PM »
Big thanks to the 2 people who picked up my totally cherry Z-Buzz and champ firebird that my pissed off ass left in the middle of the fairway at wyco and returned them. Good karma for you.

Thanks to dick too for not returning that firebird until after the 2nd round, that way i have something to blame that garbage dump of a round on.

Tournaments / Re: 2010 Club Championships - Oct. 2nd - 3rd
« on: October 02, 2010, 09:38:18 PM »
Playing with tony isn't bad, you just gotta look at it like your watching football and the wife keeps asking you questions. Just keep nodding your head and hope they go away.

He had more of a problem trying to putt through pigpens dust cloud as he kept wandering around like it was beer league.

They made a tough course even tougher this year.

All OB's are stroke and distance penalties. OUCH :o :o :o :o.

You go ob, you gotta rethrow from current lie. No worry about where you crossed the ob line, take your stroke and try again.

Gonna be brutal with all that yellow rope.

Swope / Re: Final Swope league of year 9-28
« on: September 30, 2010, 10:11:34 AM »
6 of us showed for league on a pretty nice night for disc golf.

Leo Deprato showed up which of course led the rest of us to want to play doubles. Timko won the leo lottery, and no surprise they went on to win. Palmer and i started a little slowly, correction I started a little slowly, but managed to hold the box the last 7 holes. Leo proved he was actually human on the back nine, but timko stepped up on the few bad drives leo had to keep us from gaining any ground. Mike D and jay had a little trouble getting anything going but were cracking us up.

Played a sixsome in under 2 hours. So the final round of the CC should move along briskly, but its not a total cakewalk. 4 and 8 are dinkers that u gotta birdie, but the rest will require good golf shots to get your duece. They totally bushwacked all the reeds along the ditch on 13 which makes that long tee look a lot less intimidating.

Leo/timko -43
killian/palmer - 45
D/Kram - 49

Swope / Re: Final Swope league of year 9-28
« on: September 28, 2010, 02:55:51 PM »
I'll wait for ya palmer.

We'll play CC set-up and tees. If we start by 5:15 daylight will not be a problem. I'd be surprised if it is more than the 3 of us.

Swope / Final Swope league of year 9-28
« on: September 27, 2010, 11:16:31 PM »
Final swope league of year will be tomorrow.

Course is set up as it will be for the Club Championships.

We will tee off at 5:00 or so.

Cliff Drive / Blue Valley Doubles October 3
« on: September 23, 2010, 02:15:59 PM »
Hey drew since the club championship is Oct 2-3, is there any way you could move back the Sunday doubles at blue valley one week.

Bummed i had to miss the last one, was hoping to get another chance before november.


Swope / Swope League, 8-31
« on: August 31, 2010, 10:40:18 PM »
Another six pack out for a breezy night at swope. Played a single card since the short tees move along pretty fast, but ended up a little late in the dusk so will be starting a little earlier next week.

Suzette stepped up and almost cashed with the boys. Missing out on some money by one shot.

I hit the number plate on 2 warming up, thought nobody even saw it but a couple of casuals on the next hole got me a little fired up for it. No other close calls on another night of ace runs from the short tees. Highlight of the night was suzette canning a putt from 75 feet or so in front of about 12-15 people.

Killian, Lee - 48
Stiles, Mark - 53
Nance, Suzette - 54
Lyon, Jason - 54
Fortson, Fred - 56
Hart, Edwin - 57

Swope / Swope League, 8-24
« on: August 25, 2010, 04:30:49 PM »
Another great night for disc golf at swope and the course was pretty busy with casuals, including a monster card of about 12. Only six of us showed up for the league though, but we did not let that stop us. Many ace runs were to be had this fine evening.

Since there were so many casuals i decided it would be a great night to not observe any mando's. Since i was in a rule breakin mood, no obs were observed that weren't of the concrete variety.

We threw from the short tees yet again, and will continue to do so until the ace pot is hit. If that doesn't encourage some more people to come out then nothing will. It's almost up to $300 now.

Killian, Lee    46
Cashen, Pete   47
Rivard, Jay     47
Lyons, Jason    52
Corbin, Kevin    55
Guinn, Clint     61

Both cards flew through the round in about 90 min. I kind of slow-rolled pete and jay when they told me they shot 47s. I let them start talking about how they were gonna play off when my mind slowly, very slowly, realized i had them beat. I was erratic through the round but finished with 5 straight dueces, and shot a 20 on the front nine. Scores could have been much lower, but a lot of ace runs turned into pars.

Next week tee off still at 6, but we will be on the pads ready to go at 6.
Short tees in effect.

Tournaments / OKie Doubles - this weekend
« on: August 25, 2010, 03:38:56 PM »
Just in case anybody didn't know about this and needed a reason to get the hell out of town this weekend.

At "The Lodge" outside of pawhuska. Google has it at about 4 hours.

Private courses (2) supposedly in pretty good shape.

4 rounds, 3 best shot & 1 alt.

Most people will be camping, i am assuming it is free but not sure.

I'll be sandbagging in advanced if anybody wants to join in.

Swope / Swope League, 8-17
« on: August 17, 2010, 11:32:12 PM »
Swope League makes a comeback after a couple of weeks of noshows. Got a little drizzle early on, but turned out to be a pleasant surprise of a night. It was nice to go a round without worrying if my fat old dog is gonna have a heat stroke.

Played the short tees and with only a few holes in a long pin placement pretty much every hole was birdieable. Lots of ace runs led to lots of pars on the shorties though.

Killian, Lee - 45
Walker, Caleb - 48
Timko, Chris - 51
Lyons, Jason - 54
Dreiling, Jesse - 57
Hays, Matt - 64

Jackson, Amanda - 52. Her first round under par i believe, very nice  :)
Nance, Suzette - 58
Susan ??? - 62

Swope / Re: Swope league 8-3 tonight, recently mowed
« on: August 04, 2010, 02:12:58 PM »
I'll take what i can get out there. I know they got a lot to do

But, i was out there everyday they were mowing. Not exactly the picture of efficiency.

Not trying to make a stink just tryin to get someone to pay me to drink. u think, by the way, which one's pink?

Cliff Drive / Re: Sunday Drive at Cliff Drive - August 1st
« on: August 03, 2010, 01:51:09 PM »
It isn't hate it is disappointment. 

I understand, i'm not mad at ya just a little disappointed :P

Swope / Swope league 8-3 tonight, recently mowed
« on: August 03, 2010, 01:01:18 PM »
Swope league tonight, lots of short placements out there. which means i will be donating more than likely.

Recently mowed late last week, although in some spots it looks like a third grader was driving.

Wonder why it takes so long to get the courses mowed, well it may have something to do with the crews milking the hell out of the jobs. It took the better part of three days for them to mow it.

Give me an eighteen pack and a set of keys and i'll knock that sh*t out in a day ;D. It won't look anymore half ass i promise.

Now the mower on the other hand no promises there :P

Cliff Drive / Re: Sunday Drive at Cliff Drive - August 1st
« on: August 03, 2010, 12:48:32 PM »
Wow can't believe all the hate blue valley is getting. What course is not without its faults, but blue valley has some fun shots that you don't get anywhere else.

We're only talking about one time a month, and the seasons are about to change. There hasn't been any organized action out there that i know of so far this year and with 4 1st of the months left in this year that leaves best case 4 days of playing blue valley in an organized league.

If you don't like the course i perfectly understand, but really is it worth all the grief over 4 days. Let us big arms have our 4 days.

A little side note on the doubles aspect of it. Being a middling pro coming to play cliff drive doubles, i see all the top local pros and know that if i get paired with them i have a good shot at some cash. Well i didn't and surprise i didn't win a dime. If you look at the people who cashed u see all the big names there. So for a lot of people u pretty much know u have little chance at the money before you even start the round. At blue valley that won't always be the case, some extra distance can help close the skill gap on players better than you. 5-6 years ago i played an organized doubles round out there with i believe jack lowe as a partner. We played well and ended up tying for the win with laron harris (who can/could crush) and someone i don't know.

Whole point is that once a month it MIGHT not be the same usual suspects taking home the money. So isn't that a good thing to spread around the dough a little bit, because the more people who have a chance to win the more will show up imo.

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