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Cliff Drive / Re: 8-25-14 NE League-How will the course be set up?
« Last post by Bill the TD on August 25, 2014, 10:55:57 AM »
I was planning on attending tonight so I can collect money.  I just do not know what the payout will be for the open players.
Bill
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Prairie Center / Re: 08-18-14 PC MINI
« Last post by stevet on August 25, 2014, 10:50:44 AM »
I'm planning on showing up tonight with a cooler full of Ace beer!
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Cliff Drive / Re: 8-25-14 NE League-How will the course be set up?
« Last post by jack on August 25, 2014, 10:16:56 AM »
Dick forgot that he had a draft tonight, and I didn't...but it still means we need someone to run league tonight.  Can anyone volunteer for this wonderful night of league?
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Cliff Drive / Re: 8-25-14 NE League-How will the course be set up?
« Last post by jack on August 25, 2014, 08:49:10 AM »
Silly Drew-Hard at work making things better out there for us all.....he moved the baskets to the Tree Love Classic placement for round 1.  With that in mind the following is probably the set up for the league tonight.  I will not be in attendance, but Dick Parker has volunteered to run league tonight for me (Thanks Dick!).  So here is where the pins are at:
1-original
2-long
3-only
4-short
5-short
6-right
7-long
8-middle
9-only
10-middle
11-long
12-long
13-long
14-long (I think across the street?)
15-long
16-short
17-island (May be short)
18-long uphillshort

If I were running league, I would do as we did last week, which is play #1 to the practice basket, then play the 2 in the woods, then skip #7 out of the woods, and play from #17 pad to #18 basket.

That should curtail some daylight.  You can of course play the hangar, and the short pin on #11 to go a little shorter out there, but ultimately it is the group decision or of course the TD!

:)

Please try to be ready to go by 5:45 so that we can be done with everyone by darkfall.  Reminder, next week is the holiday and there will be NO League at the NE courses, please enjoy time with family and friends, if you need that competitive fix, head out to OooooooooLAYTHA!
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Prairie Center / 08-18-14 PC MINI
« Last post by Tom on August 25, 2014, 06:38:24 AM »
Fourteen pioneers out on the Prairie. It was hot. Brian Corneilius brought ACE beer. it was cold.  8)

No ACE hit so with all in the fund increases to $207.

We tee at 5:30 tonight. Please be signed up by 5:20.

Play the Old Settlers set up tonight. Hopefully the other guy that ACED two weeks ago will show up and bring ACE beer.   ;D

Mark Albers          50
Bryan Guthrir       50
Tom Butler           56
Deano                 56
Anthony Puryear  56
Brian Corneilius    58
Matt Jenkins         59
Dan Zink              59
Andy Lewis           60
Travis Corporon    61
Chris Ehhers         61
Dan Quinn            61
Kelly Babbit          62
Mike Jensen          65

Bring yer swim trunks tonght....  8)
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Tournaments / Re: Old Settlers Open - August 30th, PDGA B Tier
« Last post by Tom on August 25, 2014, 06:27:21 AM »
No problem. It's the love of the GAME that motivates us.  :)

I think any course should be set in tourney position 7 to 10 days prior to the event so the players can get a feel.  8)
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Tournaments / Re: Old Settlers Open - August 30th, PDGA B Tier
« Last post by Peter Bures on August 24, 2014, 09:16:13 PM »
Thanks for having the courses set up Tom, it's nice to be able to practice before hand!
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Tournaments / Re: Japan Open 2014 - June 5th -7th 2014
« Last post by robm on August 24, 2014, 08:18:05 PM »
Local celebrity at 13:59 and following:





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Liberty, MO - Stocksdale Park / Re: Liberty, MO.
« Last post by john theiss on August 24, 2014, 06:12:12 PM »
All tee pads are complete except long 15 and there is a temp fly pad there.  They will be back filling the pads that are above grade soon so that will help with run ups.   

#12 Gold pin is in.  It is fun!  That hole is an old tree nursery for the parks dept.  It reminds you of playing a mountain course or course with pines with the nice symmetry  among all the trees on the right.


Course is on a strict mowing schedule.  Tall grass plays OB and there are plans to eventually turn all tall grass areas into natural prairie with flowers etc.  Grass is not too tight and very generous on many holes even if you are a beginner.
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General Banter / Re: Old Krusty's prep work
« Last post by Tom on August 24, 2014, 01:53:25 PM »
Thanks Dan. it looks even better today.  8)

The remaining tasks that if anyone wants to tackle this week is additional mowing/weedeating along the shoreline south of hole 15 basket (pond), and picking up trash as you play is ALWAYS good course karma.

I think we have two of the best looking courses in the Midwest sitting here ready to be played.

League tomorrow will be a good tourney warm-up. Remember, we will tee at 5:30. Please be signed up by 5:20.

I'm tired now.  ;D
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