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McCabe

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« on: June 08, 2005, 10:35:41 AM »
Emporia Presents the 3rd Glass Blown Open!!

July 9,10, 2005  Jones Park, Emporia KS
PDGA Sanctioned B-Tier
Final Nine for top 4 Open Players.
VERY VERY VERY Sweet Glass Blown Trophies.
Entrys:

Open Men----$70
Open Master-$65
Open Women-$50
Advanced Men-$50
Advanced Women--$35
Advanced Master--$45
Intermediate--$30
Ace Pot--$5
Non PDGA members--$5

More details coming soon!

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« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2005, 11:10:32 AM »
Typically would this event require you to stay in Emporia over night to play in the following day round?  It's about 1hr 44 mins depending on how fast you drive.  If you do need to stay there is there info on lodging available?

Does anyone know anything about this course, difficulty etc?

TIA

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« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2005, 12:46:35 PM »
They have 2 courses in Jones Park.  The west course is the original course.  The course varies in difficulty a lot depending on where the pins are set.  They may move them between rounds like they did last year.

The east course is a long one.  Beautiful holes with plenty of tree trouble to contend with.

McCabe could inform you better than I, but I assure you, Emporia's courses and this tourney are worth attending.

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« Reply #3 on: June 19, 2005, 02:44:01 PM »
Quote from: "DJayhawk"
Typically would this event require you to stay in Emporia over night to play in the following day round?  It's about 1hr 44 mins depending on how fast you drive.  If you do need to stay there is there info on lodging available?

Does anyone know anything about this course, difficulty etc?

TIA

-Dennis

There will be camping on the course's.

We have 2 great course's in the same park, so no driving all over town trying to find the next course.  One is short and tech. and the other one is a lot longer and some elevation shots.  Plus these bad arse trophies!!
Its going to be a great time!!

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« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2005, 01:03:44 PM »
Bring you partner Doubles on Friday night.  
$20 a team.

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« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2005, 11:55:28 AM »
Thanks goes out to all who showed up!  If you didn't...you missed out!
We had 86 people.(Weak :cry: )
Here are the results..

Open Men (10)
1. Eric McCabe   199   $500.  $80 skins
2. Kevin Babble  204   $300.  $80 skins
3. Russ Burns     207   $150   $40 skins
4. Daniel Stacy   208   $100

Open Master (7)
1. Who Man        213   $220
2. Mark Martin    214   $135
3. Rudy Gamino  227   $95
4. Kevin Carter   229   $65

Open Women (1)
1. Tavish Sanders

Advanced Men (33)
1. Chris Boro     217
2. Hammer        220
3. Jake Newell    221
4. Leo Daprato   223
5. Kevin Harwell 226
6. NastyNate      228
7. Fred Smith     230
7. Aaron Martin  230
7. Allan Dibos    230
10.Tracy"I showed up late" Ruder  231
11.Hans Coleman 233
12.Ben Maas        234
13.Nathan Rodger 235
14.Chris Pierce     236
15.Matt Watt        236

Advanced Master (9)
1. Ron Robertson     235
2. Dm4                   237
3. Tom Buttler         238
4. Dave Roberts      241
4. Daniel Coffman   241

Advanced Women (2)
1. Amber Bearce      284
2. Sarah Wilkerson   341

Intermediate Men (24)
1. Jeremy Rusco     242
2. Michael Haines    243
3. Neal Montgomery 244
3. Todd Fagan         244
5. Ryan Weston       246
6. Nathan McDonald 248
7. Beau Mitchel        251
8. Andy Lowery       258
9. Greg Wink           262
9. Pat Hall               262
11.Jimmy Miller       266
11.Nick Newell         266
Here are some pics of the trophies..

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« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2005, 05:45:11 PM »
Cool looking oversized marbles.