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Tournaments / Re: 2016 Midwest Amateur Championship - PDGA A/B Tier - August 26-28th
« Last post by jack on August 19, 2016, 01:46:52 pm »
Thanks, I'll look into the FB page.

But, but, but what about us? sigh.... :-[ :-[ :-[

repeating information isn't the job of the TD.  There is plenty of information available here, but more on the social media site that a MAJORITY of society has chosen to be acceptable....hence the term "social media".  As FB has been around for about a decade now some people have adopted to the struggle of pointing a mouse and clicking to get information....some still use the common approach, calling and asking....I see benefits in all, but I don't see the demand to say "what about us" in a forum where there are links to get the information that the TD already took the careful time to ensure its accuracy.
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Tournaments / Re: 2016 Midwest Amateur Championship - PDGA A/B Tier - August 26-28th
« Last post by kujo on August 19, 2016, 11:33:47 am »
Is there a players party by chance?

Also, what are some other good courses to hit up when round is over?  I've played WW, Cliff and Wyandotte, heard Bad Rock Creek and Wilbur Springs.

Bad rock, Big Blue Valley, Wilbur Young, Birdland, and the 3 courses at Smithville Lake!!!! (definitely worth it)
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Tournaments / Re: 2016 Midwest Amateur Championship - PDGA A/B Tier - August 26-28th
« Last post by 5K on August 19, 2016, 09:44:23 am »
Not everyone want to join Facebook.  Call me old fashioned but if i want to show you something i will do it in person or call you. Whatever happened to face to face with someone. Its a lost art. Everyone should try it sometime its awesome. Trust me
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General Banter / Re: leagues for kids
« Last post by Cade on August 19, 2016, 09:33:44 am »
My son (13) plays as well. We are in Olathe. It would be great to get a young'uns group going!
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General Banter / Re: leagues for kids
« Last post by john theiss on August 19, 2016, 08:53:54 am »
There will be another kids tourney this fall at Fox Hill Elementary.  The event is called Kansas City Juniors Open.  This is not a league, but a chance for kids to come out and play against each other.  It is very casual and geared towards being super affordable, lots of giveaways and good player pack, introducing new kids to the game, and family fun.

We are working on the dates now and hoping to get info out in the next couple weeks.
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Pleasant Hill / New Players 8/18
« Last post by JoeBoy on August 19, 2016, 07:55:12 am »
New Players league had 19 people out on a warm, slightly breezy evening by the lake.  Full results are in the spreadsheet.  Aaron and Dixon tied for hot round at 47.  Billy W took a Westside Sling from the CTP box.  CTP was actually a tie, and from now on a tie like that will be a win for both players.

Side note: I found a couple math errors on people's scores.  In New Players league, it doesn't matter but if you're planning on playing tournaments or ranked leauges a math error on the card is a two stroke penalty.  I'm not calling anyone out, I just want to make sure that everyone knows.  New Players is the place to learn these rules without penalty.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dzif1i41Yy0joiQsbgfBsQ0wdMchXlOc-4ROWdBDBk4/edit?usp=sharing
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Thanks, I'll look into the FB page.

But, but, but what about us? sigh.... :-[ :-[ :-[
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Thanks, I'll look into the FB page.
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Is there a players party by chance?

Also, what are some other good courses to hit up when round is over?  I've played WW, Cliff and Wyandotte, heard Bad Rock Creek and Wilbur Springs.

There is a players party at Swope Park from 6-9p on Saturday August 27th.
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Also, is the map for SMP missing tall grass OB lines on 5?

This MAP is correct and it is a PAR 61
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