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Blue Valley / Re: Be a part of history-Saturday come help!
« Last post by Steve the Quiz Berry on March 26, 2015, 09:50:36 am »
 :)  I thought Aaron was installing the Electronic scoreboard this weekend... guess I mosey out that way and see if any help is needed on saturday..with signs..
I'll either be there, or at Pleasant Hill helping Aaron install tee signs.
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Blue Valley / Re: Be a part of history-Saturday come help!
« Last post by Zier on March 26, 2015, 09:34:42 am »
I'll either be there, or at Pleasant Hill helping Aaron install tee signs.
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Swope - 3
Perry - 3
Centennial - 2
Rosedale - 3
Lake Baldwin - 1
Cliff Drive - 1

I will call the course or courses this evening
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So question:
I currently live in Missouri, but moving to Kansas prior to tournament. Born in Lawrence so I guess that makes me more of a Kansas guy historically. Technically tied for Kansas qualification at Rosedale and will do best to qualify for MO. But are there any rules/precedents on this?

The whole historical,  where your heart is, thing was shot down last year.   You  can only play for the team on the side which you live.

So what's the residency cut-off? It could be set as the date of the event.  But I think the fairest thing to do, for the captains, is to put the cut-off at 2 weeks prior to the event.  That is when tentative rosters are supposed to be set each year.  Where you reside, on that date, ultimately determines which side you're eligible for. This year that date is May 24th.   

I think it logical that if you qualify for one side, then move to the other side of the line, your spot on the moved-from team doesn't travel with you. 

Babbit, Joe would have to determine what he'll do about the tied for spot. But begs the question; do you have to live on the side when you qualify for that side? 

Yeah, we tried keeping Shanan in Kansas last year.  No such luck.  So if Babbit is moving to Kansas, he is ours!  And we will let you have Shanan.




Ties count.  So if you will be living on this side of the line before May 24th,  you are on the Kansas team (And we will be happy to have you, even with your Silly Babbit remarks earlier this year  :o -
Any team leader for the East that gets Tanya Harding (played by Jack) to bash the knee caps of Nancy Kerrigan (played by Joe) with a bat I will vote for.


But I do need to know before the next qualifier (April 13th), because that will drop the 6 spots available to 5.
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Swope...
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We played Cliff just a few weeks ago.

PC
Young
Swope

all good options
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So question:
I currently live in Missouri, but moving to Kansas prior to tournament. Born in Lawrence so I guess that makes me more of a Kansas guy historically. Technically tied for Kansas qualification at Rosedale and will do best to qualify for MO. But are there any rules/precedents on this?

The whole historical,  where your heart is, thing was shot down last year.   You  can only play for the team on the side which you live.

So what's the residency cut-off? It could be set as the date of the event.  But I think the fairest thing to do, for the captains, is to put the cut-off at 2 weeks prior to the event.  That is when tentative rosters are supposed to be set each year.  Where you reside, on that date, ultimately determines which side you're eligible for. This year that date is May 24th.   

I think it logical that if you qualify for one side, then move to the other side of the line, your spot on the moved-from team doesn't travel with you. 

Babbit, Joe would have to determine what he'll do about the tied for spot. But begs the question; do you have to live on the side when you qualify for that side?


If we are drafting players to Kansas, we will take Kelly Babbit and give you Dick Parker. I kid, I kid...

I'd rather not...
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Liberty, MO - Stocksdale Park / Re: * 2015 LEAGUE *
« Last post by kujo on March 26, 2015, 06:49:37 am »
had 13 show up to play in the rain. played all golds, took around 3 hours. here are the 2 cards that were turned in

Bowen S 64
Kelley 68
Javen 72
Kujo 72
Paul B 78
Travis C 81
James 81
Dale 84

next week official start 6pm
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Water Works / 04/02/15 - Water Works League - 5:30 Rolling Start
« Last post by Utz on March 26, 2015, 01:54:12 am »
It's that time again. We are 168 hours (or so) away. The first official week of Waterworks league  will be:

Thursday, April second, two thousand fifteen.
Starting at 5:30pm we'll do rolling starts. This will last until 6:00pm!

$5 for club members, including ace fund which starts at $207 USD! Last year we paid out (after dues and 'splitsies') $831 between 5 lucky golfers!
You can renew your club dues 3 easy ways: in person with me at league, online at: http://kcfdc.org/membership-registration/, or finally, at any of our fine Kansas City Disc Golf retailers; Disc Golf World and Dynamic Discs.

2015 Waterworks Master Sheet
 
Waterworks enjoyed a heaping 719 participants last year. We set a single night record with 56 players.

Here's your setup, as posted by Travis C on 3/24/15:
hole 1 long
hole 2 short left
hole 3 short left
hole 4 peace sign
hole 5 short
hole 6 star
hole 7 right
hole 8 short
hole 9 middle
hole 10 short
hole 11 short left
hole 12 long right
hole 13 short left
hole 14 long long
hole 15 left
hole 16 long right
hole 17 left up the hill
hole 18 long right



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Water Works / Re: Pin Movement At Water Works
« Last post by Utz on March 26, 2015, 01:18:49 am »
As of 3/24/15 from Travis Corporon:

hole 1 Long
hole 2 Long middle
hole 3 Long
hole 4 Peace
hole 5 Middle
hole 6 Short left
hole 7 Right
hole 8 Short
hole 9 Middle
hole 10 Short Middle
hole 11 Straight Long
hole 12 Long Dog Leg Left (LDLL)
hole 13 Short Middle
hole 14 Longest
hole 15 Left
hole 16 Long
hole 17 Long Straight
hole 18 Short
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