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Just joined this group yesterday (this is my first post) but I believe that you and I met last weekend out at hole 6 when you let my son and I play through.  We talked briefly about the Ottawa course. 

We're going to try to make it over to one of the demos!
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General Banter / Re: Old Krusty's prep work
« Last post by dan howard on August 24, 2014, 12:29:25 PM »
Played PC yesterday, early, and the course looked GREAT! The baskets are moved and the grass is mowed the way they do only in Olathe, like a fricking well manicured ball golf fairway. Thanks Tom and the Olathe crew (many listed above) for giving PC some much needed love! Wish I could be there to help today but I'm working like a dog until labor day weekend.
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General Banter / Re: Friday Traveling League - 8/22/2014 Olathe lakeside 9am and 1pm?
« Last post by Tom on August 24, 2014, 07:35:25 AM »
PC is set to be a par 56. Holes 12 and 13 are the only par 4s in the current config.

Bird is at par 58. Holes 1, 12, 15, 16 are par 4's.
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General Banter / Re: Old Krusty's prep work
« Last post by Tom on August 24, 2014, 07:19:46 AM »
Around 8:15 I'm headin to PC hole 12 and then hole 15 for the morning....light weedeating, mowing, maybe play a round at Bird after.....

I want to thank everyone that has helped dress out both courses over the last two weeks....

Brian Corneilius, Dan Zink, Rob Amos, Andy Lewis, Deano, Kelly Babbit, Pete Cashen, Dan Quinn, Anthony Puryear, Jeff O, Mike Jensen, Mark Albers, and anyone I might have missed. The City has done a lot of extra for us and the courses should be real enjoyable for the upcoming 5th Old Settlers.
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Prairie Center / Do I Make You Thorny Baby?
« Last post by Anthony Puryear on August 23, 2014, 11:11:50 AM »
I spent about two hours removing as many thorns from the trees on hole 12 at PC. I had around 15-20 bucket fulls of thorns that I dumped. Hopefully that makes that hole a bit safer for Old Settlers. I would encourage everyone to still exercise caution around the trees. There were so many thorns I'm sure I missed some. They are also hard to see when they fall on the ground so watch your footing around the trees just in case. If I have time next week I'll go back out and try to do some weed eating and a little more cleanup.
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Barter Town / Re: Looking for Ching JUJUs
« Last post by otter on August 22, 2014, 11:27:14 PM »
Accurate synopsis there, K~Mont.   :)
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There were three of us dumb enough to go a second round.  Wow it was hot.

1pm round results  Par 57

Derick H.  60
Jeff W.    62
Rob H.   65
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Water Works / Re: Pin Movement At Water Works
« Last post by kidmills on August 22, 2014, 06:14:31 PM »
baskets will be moved on sunday,
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Barter Town / Re: Looking for Ching JUJUs
« Last post by Kevin Montgomery on August 22, 2014, 05:11:18 PM »
I have never used a Mojo.  What is it?

Nice memory there Otter, I had forgotten about that....

The Mojo is what the Juju was first called. But they changed the name to Juju after initially releasing it and getting a cease and desist from another company that had already trademarked the name Mojo, or something like that. Don't know all the other details.
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Barter Town / Re: Looking for Ching JUJUs
« Last post by Bill the TD on August 22, 2014, 04:39:27 PM »
I have never used a Mojo.  What is it?
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