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General Banter / Re: The Disc Golf List
« Last post by Mike Hyzer on November 18, 2016, 11:46:45 AM »
PDGA Number: 55555 (Thanks, RR!)
When you started:2006
Throwing Style: LHBH
Putting Style: Some sort of motion that feels like it might, hopefully, if I'm lucky, propel the disc into the basket chains.
Favorite Pro: Dick Parker
Favorite Disc: Wraith
Favorite Disc Manufacturer: Innova
Lifetime Aces: 0
Best Round: 44 at Rosedale, and not all of the baskets were set on shortest pin!
Favorite Course: Cliff Drive
Least Favorite Course: Cliff Drive
One Round Disc: Who the f*ck would play a round with only one disc?!
Person who got you into disc golf: Myself, with inspiration and encouragement from John Theiss.
First Disc: Innova Beast
If there was any course you could play: "18 Holes of KC"; An imaginary day trip where we drive to 18 important points and landmarks around KC, with a disc golf hole at each one.
Home Course: William Yates Elementary
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Tournaments / Re: Heritage Park - Dual Fundraiser Event - November 19th
« Last post by DDKC Scott Reek on November 18, 2016, 07:19:46 AM »
Tomorrow morning at Heritage Park.  Check in starts at 9am and we will start at 10a (this is not a flex start).  Meet at Shelter #10
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General Banter / Re: The Disc Golf List
« Last post by kujo on November 18, 2016, 06:57:13 AM »
here ya go steeler

PDGA #: 87277
 When you started: 2014
 First disc: pro aviar/ dx wolf/ pro destroyer
 Throwing style: rhbh/rhfh
 Putting style: depends on wind and elevation
 Favorite pro: Duane Steiner, because he is half my size and throws those blizzards twice as far!!!
 Favorite disc: rocs rocs and rocs
 Favorite disc maker: Innova
 Lifetime aces: 4
 Best round: 47 at WW which trumps the 46's at swope and rosie
 Favorite course: Greenway Park in Holts Summit, MO/ Browns Farm in Hamburg, NY / Cane Ridge in Nashville, TN
 Home course: WW/BRC
 Least favorite course: SMP
 One disc rounds: star cobra or dx roc
 Person who got you into disc golf (tag them):
 started out with Dale Eckert at WW with a Frisbee from Target.
 If there was any course you could play: treehouz or fountain hills, but I cant wait to get back to Browns Farm
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General Banter / Re: The Disc Golf List
« Last post by jamidanger on November 17, 2016, 10:59:55 PM »
Jamie Danger Barry, #3628 my dad taught me frisbee golf in 8th grade throwing through hula hoops attached shoulder high on oak saplings. So that was 1972, and we threw casually but not very often until 1979, when I moved to Yellowstone National Park Wyoming and met other golfers. We threw Whamos, and the little 110 mold was my favorite, but discs crack, you fix em with glue or melted plastic off a bit pen with a big lighter. 1980 we got competitive, organized a league at Fishing Bridge with a championship, and by 1983, there were 3 other clubs and the Yellowstone Frisbee Golf Championships. We bought mail order Aviars and Aeros from Conrad Damon at La Mirada, he was cool so the best of us played the National Chapionship out there and Sam Ferrans won, maybe 1985.
Right now I throw the Bosses and some Prodigy, but can go all day with a Wizard. My style is RHBH with a Scooby putt.

Smithville is my favorite course complex, and I really don't care for Fox Hill in KC or White Birch in STL.
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General Banter / Re: The Disc Golf List
« Last post by SteelerDoug on November 17, 2016, 10:15:54 PM »
Great feedback indeed!
Thank you Kmont for the plug.
I'll have to get back on this reply. Gotta think of some of my forthcoming replies.

I'm looking forward to some of the regulars here too, especially StandingTall CD, JackOvoice On-The-Course, DiscParkeroster, Whistling BombTutler, Whispering-Wisedom  Rick, WichitaTallGuy, JamiDANGER+, phishman7n7 ;), SubtleRobM, LeagueMyster Mk, NovaSSPolite, MikeHyzerWithoutACause, CrispianInPonyTail, JThesisAschool'n, K9Kujo, LaserLiz@Trilogy, to mention a few off my cuff tonight.

I'm truly sorry not to remember more. Cell phone dying and have to post now or LOST IN SPACE. ;)
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General Banter / Re: The Disc Golf List
« Last post by Tracy on November 17, 2016, 09:32:22 PM »
PDGA Number: 7148
When you started: 1980 chucking Wham-O 80e mold Ultimate discs at objects (so not technically disc golfing 'til '83, see first disc)
Throwing Style: RHBH
Putting Style: Straddle pitch (35 years after starting, I finally found a putt style that mostly works for me)
Favorite Pro: Nate Doss
Favorite Disc: Bolt
Favorite Disc Manufacturer: Latnovacraft
Lifetime Aces: 5 (Delaveaga #12 short - casual round, Swope #17 - KCWO, Wyco #5 short - league, Wyco #8 twice; once in casual round another in league)
Best Round: 57 at Pickard in 2007 First Class Challenge, though a couple of 52's at Wyco have felt just about as good.
Favorite Course: DeLaveaga, Santa Cruz, Ca.  nothing will challenge you to sharpen your game like this one played regularly.
Least Favorite Course: Hellyer Park, San Jose, Ca. gully golf defined.
One Disc Round disc: Depends on the course, but pack one for any possibility?  I'd probably go with whatever driver I'm favoring at the time.  So a Bolt
Person who got you into disc golf: Wasn't really a person but a necessity for when we still wanted to throw but not enough players around for a game of Ultimate. But "Rojo" probably did most to keep up my interest in the game with regular friendly competitive rounds in the mid to late 80's.
First Disc: mail order Innova Champion Aero (man was it cool to throw a disc from one goal post to the other on a football field)
If there was any course you could play: Winthrop Gold at USDGC.  It's not just about the course but the entire event and atmosphere around it.
Home Course: Wyco
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Winter Leagues / Re: The Return of Wednesday Night Glow - Travelling Edition
« Last post by Valkyrie83 on November 17, 2016, 04:17:42 PM »
Wow, playing with one disc in the dark was harder than I thought it would be lol (keep in mind two extra holes too, I'm not THAT bad... usually). I had fun though which was the main reason I joined, that and the beautiful weather for November!
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General Banter / Re: The Disc Golf List
« Last post by jhinck2 on November 17, 2016, 03:53:04 PM »
PDGA Number: 45624
When you started: 2009
Throwing Style: RHBH
Putting Style: The style that usually misses? In all honesty, spin.
Favorite Pro: Schu
Favorite Disc: Roc
Favorite Disc Manufacturer: Innova
Lifetime Aces: not sure? maybe 10 or so on holes over 250 ft
Best Round: 44 in last round of Four States Open 2015 to sneak into a cool $300 payday
Favorite Course: Fountain Hills
Least Favorite Course: Rosedale
One Round Disc: Roc
Person who got you into disc golf: Few co-workers at Dick's Sporting Goods (Adam Morrison, Adam Gilbert, Brennan McCarty)
First Disc: DX Innova Wolf
If there was any course you could play: DeLa
Home Course: Bad Rock Creek or Legacy although my beginnings were at William Yates DGC
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General Banter / The Disc Golf List
« Last post by Kevin Montgomery on November 17, 2016, 03:17:46 PM »
This is floating around Face Book right now and I know a lot of you guys don't do Face Book. So why not join in the fun right here on our little forum. Just copy what I posted and change the answer to your personal data. Feel free to add your own items to the list if you want.....

PDGA Number: 12037
When you started: 1987
Throwing Style: RHBH
Putting Style: Mostly push but I straddle a lot too.
Favorite Pro: Kyle Weidwald.... It's fun to play with people who obviously really love the game.
Favorite Disc: Griffin
Favorite Disc Manufacturer: Innova
Lifetime Aces: 4
Best Round: Bogie free hot round at Swope during a KCFDC club championships one year. I was on a card with Charlie Baursfeld and he told me it was the cleanest round he'd ever seen. Not bad coming from a blind guy. Miss you Charlie!
Favorite Course: Too many to mention but for purely sentimental reasons I'm going with Rosedale. But if I'm on vacation - DeLaveaga.
Least Favorite Course: Any of the many courses I had to walk away from because I couldn't find my way around it.
One Round Disc: Flat-top Roc
Person who got you into disc golf: Probably David Applegate or Rick Leverich.....
First Disc: Lightning Spitfire
If there was any course you could play: Ted's Dread... Just one more time.....
Home Course: I have two... University of Saint Mary, Leavenworth, KS and Clover Dell Park, Sedalia, MO.
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Bag Tags / Re: 2017 KCFDC Bag Tag Assignments
« Last post by dickthediscparker on November 17, 2016, 12:44:04 PM »
Yes, except in the case of ties going to 2 different locations. In that case, I just grabbed a tag and said here ya go.
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