Author Topic: 2014 Midwest Amateur Championships - PDGA B Tier - Kansas City - August 2/3  (Read 8360 times)

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The Royals are still in the race and it's August.  Chiefs football can wait four more weeks.  On that note, I agree with Danger, let's shut this thread down.
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I for one love the fact that the Royals are in the playoff hunt for a second year in a row! But since I'm a man of many useless talents (i.e. playing with myself and patting myself on top of my head at the same time) I feel confident that I can root for both the Chiefs and Royals for the next four weeks. lol  :P ;D

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He's also been playing since the 90's. (probably much longer, just what the PDGA has on file) To me, that does not say amateur in the least. AM needs to be redefined. Tough to do though!

Here's a little secret folks... It's the Professional disc golf association.

If you want purist amateur only events, the PDGA is not looking out for you, start the ADGA.

Also, consider that bold word, in more ways than one, anytime you are a part of any PDGA sanctioned event. Know the rules of the association you signed up for, play by them and act professionally.

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if the royals move to Oklahoma their merchandise could stay intact by adding an 'o', and be the OKC Royals, and attract a more literate fan base. chiefs 27 bengals 24
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I say if kicking the bejezus out of that dead horse is wrong then I don't want to be right. Cuz it feels good and man does the commentary make me lol.There are many ways around the am/pro classification is our great game. You wanna be a dbag than some are gonna call you a dbag.

I would have played if I could, would I have been a bagger, probably, well maybe, ah probably not. I think I would have finished one spot ahead of steve dresser. Or one spot ahead of utz, all my caddies are degenerates.

Cooter was here.

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I say if kicking the bejezus out of that dead horse is wrong then I don't want to be right. Cuz it feels good and man does the commentary make me lol.There are many ways around the am/pro classification is our great game. You wanna be a dbag than some are gonna call you a dbag.

I would have played if I could, would I have been a bagger, probably, well maybe, ah probably not. I think I would have finished one spot ahead of steve dresser. Or one spot ahead of utz, all my caddies are degenerates.

Agreed.  I think the horse still has a bit of life left.  Better make sure it's finished off. 

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I would have played if I could, would I have been a bagger, probably, well maybe, ah probably not. I think I would have finished one spot ahead of steve dresser. Or one spot ahead of utz, all my caddies are degenerates.
Probably I played terrible.... ;D
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That was a fun read!...like a book!

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If you guys are so mad about being beaten, why don't you go outside and practice rather than complain on an internet forum. It's a silly thing to be preoccupied with how someone else is playing/rated when you are perfectly capable of putting in the work to be every bit as good as you wish to be.

...and always carry a rulebook with you, or download it on your phone (and don't forget to read and understand it). This won't be the only time you are confronted with uncertainty on the course from a TD or another player.



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...and always carry a rulebook with you, or download it on your phone (and don't forget to read and understand it). This won't be the only time you are confronted with uncertainty on the course from a TD or another player.

ugh.....resisting..... :-X

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...and always carry a rulebook with you, or download it on your phone (and don't forget to read and understand it). This won't be the only time you are confronted with uncertainty on the course from a TD or another player.

My rule book is reading what Jack writes on the forum.  It is also more entertaining. 

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What's going on here?  Did I miss anything?
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depends on your player rating flying j
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I dropped to 972 in July but I didn't post when I was 981 in June.
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