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General => Tournaments => Topic started by: Kevin Montgomery on April 18, 2005, 12:36:08 PM

Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Kevin Montgomery on April 18, 2005, 12:36:08 PM
This Saturday, right here in Kansas City (Piper to be exact)

 Map to Course  (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=10325+Hollingsworth+Rd,Kansas+City,+KS&spn=0.091309,0.136051&hl=en)

The 4th annual Redbud Open - Saturday April 23rd and Sunday April 24th.

Two rounds Saturday - One round Sunday.

Registration starts Friday evening 5:00pm to 8:00pm and Saturday morning 8:30am to 9:30am

Tee off at 10:00am both days.

$40 for Pro Divisions
$30 for Am Divisions

$5 To camp just one or both days for one price.

Camping, bonfire and good times Saturday night   :D

For more info call Jeff Woods at 816-333-3105 or Ted at 913-530-3312
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Kevin Montgomery on April 18, 2005, 09:41:36 PM
Clarification on this year's Redbud Open. Yes, it's two days. Two rounds of 18 on Saturday with the course set short to medium. One round on Sunday with the course set long. The two day event is for glass. Trophies will be available for Novice, Am (Intermediate), Advance Am, Am Master, Pro Master and Open.

If you are only available for one day please come out anyway. Arrangements will be made for those that can only play one day, prizes, cash payout etc  But be aware that you will not be playing for glass if there for only one day.

Saturday night will be a party with music a fire and glow golf.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Schoen-hopper on April 18, 2005, 10:40:18 PM
Wow, this really sounds like a killer tournament.  Last man standing wins!  Wood'z is da man!  I encourage everyone to thank him and Ted so that we can enjoy this jewel of a course for years to come.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: kcRhyno on April 19, 2005, 12:37:38 PM
could someone explain what playing for "glass" means?  is it waht i think it means?  :wink:
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Kevin Montgomery on April 19, 2005, 01:17:13 PM
Glass trophies. Plates of varying sizes or other glassware laser etched with the tourney, division and place. So, come out to Ted's and take home some "glass".
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: kcRhyno on April 19, 2005, 10:27:29 PM
id love to and wish i oculd but im not moving out there till May 25th, so after that you can bet ill be playing in as many tournies as i can in and around the area.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Kevin Montgomery on April 19, 2005, 10:48:30 PM
westa.... dude... http://www.kcfdc.org/wideopen.html
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: kcRhyno on April 20, 2005, 11:36:39 AM
trust me dude i know all about it.. do you think its an accadent that im moving there a couple weeks before the tourny starts?  LOL, i planned it like that so i can play Swope and Rosedale for a couple weeks.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Mike Penney on April 20, 2005, 11:48:32 AM
Rosedale is easy......it's Swope you want to know. those cross winds can really be tricky.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: kcRhyno on April 20, 2005, 11:54:34 AM
i use to live in KC a few years ago, Rosedale was my home course, its acaully the first course i ever played... i wouldnt say its an easy course though, not when all the baskets are set in the long pin placements, i think swope can be easier as long as all that OB rope is gone.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Mike Penney on April 20, 2005, 12:02:54 PM
I suppose that Rosedale can be tough long, but I'm a lefty. so you do the math. John Chapman is is running the AM's at the WO this year. So who know's what he has in mind as far as the ropes go. But I imagine that there will be some on the fairways to keep things flowing smoothly.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: kcRhyno on April 20, 2005, 01:26:32 PM
do you know the layout for Rosedale at all, will they switch it up after a round?  id like to see it go from one extreme to the next, i think all longs for one round would be cool and then all short the next round.  let the long arms get in a good round, then let the putters get a good round.  cuz we all know if you can drive 500 feet you cant put worth a damn  :D   and if you cant drive 500 feet you know your blinging putts all day
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: superq on April 21, 2005, 08:28:36 AM
What has the attendance been like historicly for this event?
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Kevin Montgomery on April 21, 2005, 08:52:36 AM
Around 40. This is the fourth year and there has never been less than 30 with a high of 45.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: superq on April 21, 2005, 12:27:26 PM
Quote from: "Nivek9"


If you are only available for one day please come out anyway. Arrangements will be made for those that can only play one day, prizes, cash payout etc  But be aware that you will not be playing for glass if there for only one day.

Saturday night will be a party with music a fire and glow golf.



what would the entry fee be to just play saturday and how will pay out work?  I would love to make a weekend out of this but I do not think I can convince the better half... 8)
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Kevin Montgomery on April 21, 2005, 01:29:27 PM
Wood-Z planned to play it by ear once he sees how many show up for just one day. He did suggest $20 for the day and drop everyone in the same division unless there were folks that were obviously out of place. Calling Wood-Z should get you a more definitive answer - 816-333-3105. As for payout, I think he planned to let the one day group decide. Although he can do prizes or cash. I've heard of about 10 people that MAY be out for only Saturday so far. I plan to be out for just Sunday.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Mike Penney on April 23, 2005, 10:52:20 AM
I was out at Ted's last night. Awsome course. Good vibes and good times was had. I strongly suppest to anyone who hasn't played out there to go. Even it is just for the day. It is well worth it.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Schoen-hopper on April 24, 2005, 01:07:31 AM
How did it go today at Ted's?  You guys don't take your laptops camping with you?

Did the die hards get a good round of glow in?  How was the course set up today?  Will Wood'z go extreme and max it out tomorrow?  How many open players made it and what score is winning?

Us westerners were at Indian Rock Park in Salina.  We got a players as far as from Grand Junction, CO, but no one I can remember off-hand from the eastern third of the state.  I think over 60 total, but only 10 open.  Jon Cunningham from Winfield is the only man that is still under par on a tough, but fun course.  You guys gotta come check it out next year if we can work it around the Redbud.

Good luck tomorrow to all you Dread fans!
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Mike Penney on April 24, 2005, 08:25:29 AM
I was out there friday night and din't see any laptops,but that doesn't mean there wasn't any yesterday. I think the majority of people went up to IA. The schedule of events provided many options of tournaments to go to this year. There was only 5 people out at Ted's on friday night besides the 3 of us that showed up from WyCo league. The course was set short. I believe the plan was to play one round short and the second long on both days, but I could be wrong or that could have changed. Have fun in Salina. I'm headed to Swope to open the emtpy shack up and play a round at 10.
Title: 4th Annual Redbud Open at Ted's Dread 4/23-4/24
Post by: Mike Penney on May 03, 2005, 10:19:29 AM
So where are the final results????????