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Cliff Drive / Re: Sunday Drive at Cliff Drive - August 1st
« on: August 01, 2010, 11:27:33 pm »
Thank you as well for the Blue Valley nod, i will call in sick for that action. ;D ;D ;D

Cliff Drive / Re: Sunday Drive at Cliff Drive - August 1st
« on: August 01, 2010, 11:24:01 pm »
Good show drew, thanks for having the water already to go in coolers.

We would have started on time if people would actually be ready to go at 1:30

Hello everyone, we are all not standing out in the brutal sun so you can get a few more putts in lets go! Hmmm i wonder why he keeps honking his horn??????? ;D

Although maybe i should have thrown a few more putts and then i could have got my $2.50 too.

Enjoyed the course, will be back out again.

Cliff Drive / Re: Sunday Drive at Cliff Drive - August 1st
« on: July 28, 2010, 12:34:19 pm »
We would definetely have to wear orange drew ;D.

Found and Lost / On the lookout for Hootie McBoob
« on: July 28, 2010, 11:52:15 am »
Mr McBoob i have found your white pro destroyer on hole 14 at swope. Thanks for the good chuckle i received when i picked it up. Also had #33475 written in it but if it is a pdga # it is from some guy in florida.

Cliff Drive / Re: Sunday Drive at Cliff Drive - August 1st
« on: July 27, 2010, 10:56:56 pm »
Are the doubles random or pick?

Swope / Re: Swope League, 7-27.
« on: July 27, 2010, 10:51:41 pm »
Only 10 people showed up for what turned out to be a decent night for disc golf. Long tees were played rockline was not ob. Grass is getting pretty long out there, hole 13 fairway is about waist high. Good luck findin ur disc in that crap.

47 - Murphy, Mike   $19
50 - Steiner, CD       $6
50 - Killian, Lee        $6
55 - Herring, Scott
56 - Lyon, Jason
56 - Stiles, Mark
56 - Dreiling, Jesse

59 - Nance, Suzette $9 KC kash
64 - Edwards, Dave
67 - Andrews, Tim

Paired suzette with the ams and she put a whoopin so bad on them that they bailed with the quickness, leaving suzette all the winnings. Nice round from the long tees for her.

Bummer man on this tourney, hope i still have weekends available when this tourney happens. KC needs at least one major doubles tourney a year in my opinion.

If i can't find a suitable partner to overcome my substandard putting i would be more than willing to volunteer with whatever you need billy. Keep in touch on the new schedule.


You can't let yourself get too upset over who you get beat by in an am tourney doug. I would imagine some of the guys you beat in rec were a little upset at you at melvern lake.

If you look deeper at the results of the guy who beat you, you would see that he has been out of contention the last three tourneys. I can speak from experience that it is very discouraging to finish out of the cash for 3 straight tourneys.

Out of towners often play down a division in am because they are intimidated by a new spread, especially one that has a difficult rep like DU.

You just got to use this defeat as motivation not worry about what every one else is doing. You have been playing well in sanctioned tourneys and just need to keep a positive spin on what you have been doing.

Next time when you beat a higher rated player you will enjoy that bragging far more that these defeats will linger on your psyche.

Swope / Swope League, 7-27.
« on: July 26, 2010, 10:49:02 pm »
I can do this if someone gives me the info i need.

Water Works / Re: 07/15/10 Water Works Mini
« on: July 19, 2010, 11:37:24 am »
I know right where i got that precious stroke to beat mister minton.

On the first temp hole he lines up for one of his usual sweet forehands and proceeds to thoroughly abuse the bigass cone on the right side of the teepad.

That amounted to oh say about a 30 foot drive.

I really deserved to win though since i had way more style than anybody out there that night. Had a interview downtown, rememberd to bring my discs but forgot my golf shoes.

I was already at ww so i said eff it and rocked out with the shorts, black socks, and brown columbia loafers.

I think i wore it well ;D.

Swope / Re: New Work Schedule-Cannot Run Swope League
« on: July 19, 2010, 11:16:34 am »
Already have tickets to t-shirt tuesday this week timko, but after this week i think i will be able to commit for the rest of the season. We can talk about it later in the week if nobody else is interested.

General Banter / Re: How HOT is too HOT for disc golf?
« on: July 17, 2010, 09:11:18 pm »
it was almost there at melvern lake today. Shade was scarce.

Tournaments / Re: Melvern Lake
« on: July 17, 2010, 09:02:55 pm »
Wow, it was hot as hades out there today.

A few people out there were struggling, you had to try and drown yourself to keep hydrated.

A huge point that nobody seems to realize as we all talk about the difficulties and merits of the 2 sunday rounds, is the most important round is the 2nd round at Legacy.

That round is combined score, which means it essentially counts as a double round in your score. There is no picking each other up during that round. If somebody goes in the tank, there is nobody to pull them out but themselves. All you can do is play psychologist.

Just imagine if that was the last round, now that could get ugly.

Since the worst shot section comes in the last round those six holes are gonna be the pressure cooker. Gonna have to make safe throws.

A thing i like about the alternate shot and 666 format, while difficult it will allow more variance in the scoring. A lot more people will feel like they have a shot knowing they can make up several strokes on Sunday. Its really hard to make up more than 3-4 strokes in a competitive field of best shot doubles.

It is good to see you in though caleb, how could you really miss a tourney at ur home course. I bet u got some lines i could follow.

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