Caleb-thanks for your 100 hours work and cleaning of the pond.
Kevin-thanks for your over 10 years of support and over 5000 hours of labor and time donated over the lifetime that you have helped.
Rick-Thanks for the last 3 decades and the over 100,000 hours you have given to the sport.
John-Keizer, words go far, and just because someone does work in an area that you feel is important, does not in any way limit the work that others do that you don't do as well. Just as others don't do work machines as well and clean up as well, we need to have all people with all skillsets to make our sport strong.
BTW 100 hours on a course is a good start to helping it look better, but its a far cry from countless people that are not online haev done Caleb, so before you feel entitled to call people out, you must learn to respect the people that have helped to make this sport where it is today. Its only here today for the work that thousands of people before you in Kansas city have done that you are even able to post on this forum, to work on a park. Learn some respect for others and it will carry you farther in everyone's eyes.
I have no idea of how many hours of work I've done Caleb, but if I had to guess, I would ball park it at close to 10,000 both cleaning, running events, writing grants, going to meetings, flying to other cities to gain more support for disc golf in Kansas City, so you can thank me by simply just realizing the people that you seem to bash are the exact reason that you can even play this sport in our community, so please think outside your littlebox, and realize we aer a community, as of late you have not made our community look good.
Actions speak louder than words, yes, but words hurt feelings, and change that stance to a more approachable zone, and you will be more welcomed with all. If you are not wanting to be welcomed in our community, then quit typing the poison rhetoric you seem to be fond of.
Thanks again for all you do for our sport though Caleb, I appreciate everyone that helps it grow!