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Tournaments / Re: New Years Day Triples at Swope
« Last post by Ken Franks on December 09, 2014, 12:57:58 PM »
Before moving here in 1992, Lynne and I would attend the Backing it Out and Rolling it Over New Year's Day celebration put on by Dave "Dog" Underwood. You'd "back out" the old year by playing Rosey backwards, and then "roll in"  the New Year by having to throw either rollers or tomahawks. (I think you had to putt upside down as well). Dog would always have a big batch of hot spiced rum, which later became a tradition for Ice Bowl that continues to this day.  Several people ran it after Dog, including Otto. I ran it a couple of times as well. One year there was snow, which kind of put a hurt on the "rolling it over" portion, and I believe the second round was played down under. And that is today's historical review, subject to the shortcomings of long-term memory.



That was for the Roll it back and do it over at rosedale, where you had it backwards and had to roll your first shot.  I miss that silliness.

OTTO?

Right, like Otto reads these things.....

 Two of my favorite things about winter golf in KC:
 * Yaj's DU DuBs
 * Playing Rosie backwards on Sundays, with the Vets!!
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Tournaments / Re: 2014 "Double Down" Under - Rosedale Down Under - December 7th, 2014
« Last post by DDKC on December 09, 2014, 12:23:52 PM »
Open
Scott Reek - 92
Andrew Presnell - 92
Jay Rivard - 93
Aaron Shanahan - 94
Luke McCall - 94
Scott Oswalt - 94
JB - 96
Dan Zink - 96
Andrew Stomps - 97
Brendan Egan - 97
Steve Dresser - 97
Duane Waldman - 98
John Davis - 98
Kevin Weiss - 98

Joe Teater - 98
Coop - 98
William Mersman - 99
Anthony Puryear - 99
Lee Killian - 101
Ben Dresser - 101
David Brockman - 104
Mark Anderson - 105
Martin Moranville - 105
Nate Zier - 106
Michael Kreuger - 106
Lanny Quigley - 107
Jen Brockman - 107
Jeff Waldron - 112

Amateur
Andre Labruyere - 104
Derek Broockerd - 104
Chris McKee - 104
Mike Petrin - 104
Jeff Fenton - 106
Dan Morphew - 107
Travis Trober - 107
Ben Patterson - 108

Bryan Fenton - 109
Steve Stansberry - 109
CJ Hucke - 110
Dylan Swanson - 113
Austin Anderson - 125
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Tournaments / Re: GBO question
« Last post by KCWaldo on December 09, 2014, 12:19:52 PM »
34 on the wait list and most of the open spots are advanced and rec.
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Tournaments / Re: GBO question
« Last post by robm on December 09, 2014, 12:02:03 PM »
Current registration is at 712.  That is about 150 more than last year, and it is 5 months away.  Tulsa Masters was 1 week before GBO last year.

It fills at 900.  I would not wait if you want to play.
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Barter Town / Re: I am looking for Vibram Mini Markers
« Last post by jack on December 09, 2014, 11:42:50 AM »
i'll try to look.  I know that I have about 10 of them, not like Utz ,but the foot tread ones as well as I think the Ninja star ones as well
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Tournaments / Re: New Years Day Triples at Swope
« Last post by jack on December 09, 2014, 11:41:24 AM »
I have an UnderDOG disc from Wide Open 1992, XD.  Thanks for the note, I remembered it being a back it out something and rolling something.  I had some fun playing it for certain, couldn't remember the exact plan.  Otto was the last to attempt it I believe.  Hence my reference to him.  Nice to know not only the history of that, but also the Spiced Rum tradition!
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Tournaments / Re: New Years Day Triples at Swope
« Last post by Crispian on December 09, 2014, 10:08:20 AM »
Before moving here in 1992, Lynne and I would attend the Backing it Out and Rolling it Over New Year's Day celebration put on by Dave "Dog" Underwood. You'd "back out" the old year by playing Rosey backwards, and then "roll in"  the New Year by having to throw either rollers or tomahawks. (I think you had to putt upside down as well). Dog would always have a big batch of hot spiced rum, which later became a tradition for Ice Bowl that continues to this day.  Several people ran it after Dog, including Otto. I ran it a couple of times as well. One year there was snow, which kind of put a hurt on the "rolling it over" portion, and I believe the second round was played down under. And that is today's historical review, subject to the shortcomings of long-term memory.



That was for the Roll it back and do it over at rosedale, where you had it backwards and had to roll your first shot.  I miss that silliness.

OTTO?

Right, like Otto reads these things.....

I'd be screwed as my rollers are usually and accident and my tomahawks are an emergency only fling out of the shiy.
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Tournaments / Re: New Years Day Triples at Swope
« Last post by Rick Rothstein on December 09, 2014, 09:57:09 AM »
Before moving here in 1992, Lynne and I would attend the Backing it Out and Rolling it Over New Year's Day celebration put on by Dave "Dog" Underwood. You'd "back out" the old year by playing Rosey backwards, and then "roll in"  the New Year by having to throw either rollers or tomahawks. (I think you had to putt upside down as well). Dog would always have a big batch of hot spiced rum, which later became a tradition for Ice Bowl that continues to this day.  Several people ran it after Dog, including Otto. I ran it a couple of times as well. One year there was snow, which kind of put a hurt on the "rolling it over" portion, and I believe the second round was played down under. And that is today's historical review, subject to the shortcomings of long-term memory.



That was for the Roll it back and do it over at rosedale, where you had it backwards and had to roll your first shot.  I miss that silliness.

OTTO?

Right, like Otto reads these things.....
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Tournaments / Re: GBO question
« Last post by KCWaldo on December 09, 2014, 09:38:06 AM »
Geez, intermediate is now full along with a couple others.  I just registered for am masters because they only had 15 of 92 left in that division.  I think they are going to fill before Christmas at this rate.  Heck the flex ctier rounds are filling up.
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Tournaments / Re: 2014 "Double Down" Under - Rosedale Down Under - December 7th, 2014
« Last post by AStomps on December 09, 2014, 09:16:48 AM »
92 took it, Scott Reek/Andrew Presnell tied in Open.  5 tied for last cash at 98 and had a playoff.  Not sure about AM. 
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