KCFDC Courses > William Yates Elementary

School rules and expectations

(1/4) > >>

john theiss:
William Yates Elementary is open to the public after school hours and it has gotten a great deal of play since its insallation.  This course was funded by a $5,000 grant from Sprint to battle obesity. Yates is a great course to take new players of all ages.  The course is a pitch and putt type of course, but it offers great elevation, wooded shots, tunnel shots, mandos, and some alternate pads.  Players need to remember that the 18 hole course is on school grounds and responsible behavior is a must.  All Blue Springs Schools are Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug free. In addition, the course has several holes that abut houses.  Some neighbors have expressed concerns about the course, but many have openly welcomed the course.  The course has opened up some of the over grown woody areas that were once breeding grounds for illicit behaviors.  However, the school district will not tolerate innappropriate activities and Yates could be pulled if negative issues arise.

If you go out and and play Yates, please help me out and make appropriate choices.  Yates has already introduced many new faces to our sport.  And one of those new faces, Mike Keizer is now a course coordinator at Cliff.  Grab two discs and come out and throw Yates.

John Theiss
course coordinator

CD:
I'm pleasantly (?) surprised that the City of Independence did not snag Wm. Yates from BS Schools when they took over the KCMO Schools in their city limits.

Directions? 39th Street between M-291 and Lee's Summit Rd, go north at the light at Davidson (?) at the top of the hill in front of the church. Keep going directly to the parking lot. First tee on your right.

Thanks John!

Keizer:

--- Quote ---Yates has already introduced many new faces to our sport.  And one of those new faces, Mike Keizer is now a course coordinator at Cliff.
--- End quote ---

Man, if people think playing at Yates might cause them to become a course coordinator, they might not want to play there... :D

Kevin Montgomery:

--- Quote from: Keizer on November 21, 2008, 02:43:26 PM ---
--- Quote ---Yates has already introduced many new faces to our sport.  And one of those new faces, Mike Keizer is now a course coordinator at Cliff.
--- End quote ---

Man, if people think playing at Yates might cause them to become a course coordinator, they might not want to play there... :D

--- End quote ---

Quit complaining and get back to work..... why aren't you at the course preparing for tee pads or something....  (sound of whip cracking)

Seriously, John needs our help making sure the folks that play WYE are aware of where they are and that they behave accordingly.

bbman:
Glad to see that Yates has it's own place on this web site.

Brad B

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

Go to full version