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tall guy versus g-money, hmmmmm...by one stroke
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tall guy versus g-money, hmmmmm...by one stroke

My money's on Tallguy!  ;D

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How come blue valley is a shotgun start? It is the only course we play that day why can't we do tee times?
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I believe they are running 2 groups through Blue Valley that day.. :o
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no tee times at all this year....
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Boo  :(
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So I got a question. I walked most of swope today and noticed hole 10 is an island. Is there no drop zone? If not do we just empty our bag till we reach it?  And then if I run out of discs what is the procedure at that point? 
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Boo  :(

Why do you prefer tee times? Just curious is all.
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Boo  :(

Why do you prefer tee times? Just curious is all.

 Feels like a "REAL" event....
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Boo  :(

Why do you prefer tee times? Just curious is all.

 Feels like a "REAL" event....

Agreed. I think there is an element of excitement to it too. If the tournament is close at the end there is a larger base of players to watch it draw to its exciting close. If there aren't tee times that could happen before the last place people finish and there just seems to be something wrong with that.

Also, many of the best tournaments I've played have been on tee times. GBO and Vibram have been exclusively that way and I think they are better for it.

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Boo  :(

Why do you prefer tee times? Just curious is all.

 Feels like a "REAL" event....

Agreed. I think there is an element of excitement to it too. If the tournament is close at the end there is a larger base of players to watch it draw to its exciting close. If there aren't tee times that could happen before the last place people finish and there just seems to be something wrong with that.

Also, many of the best tournaments I've played have been on tee times. GBO and Vibram have been exclusively that way and I think they are better for it.

Cooper pegged it.
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....and if you really suck, you play earlier so you can watch the big guns play later.  Not that I would know, just speculating.
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Planning on taking my kids to the youth clinic tomorrow. What's the particulars, cost, registration, etc.?


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Can you purchase extra tickets to the BBQ and can anyone come to the opening ceremonies?

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I am not in the know, but last year you could buy extra tickets at BBQ.   So I am assuming you could again and I am pretty sure anyone can go to opening ceremonies.