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Shoot The Breeze / Re: My Friend FRANK
« on: August 13, 2011, 10:10:59 AM »
"went on about the loss of hair on the back of my shoulders & thinning on my arms & legs, & the new hair on the top of my head."

That's a COMPLAINT?!?  I wouldn't mind having that problem!  See you tomorrow, think and be well.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: CHUCKFest 2011
« on: August 08, 2011, 11:39:46 AM »
O.K.  The CHUCKFest 2011 is now in the history books.  12 people braved the early rains and showed up for a really fun event.  A great time was had by all, and I hope turnout increases for next year!
We held off on the start for about 15 minutes to allow the rains to subside.  The teepads were a little slimy during the first round, but didn't seem too bad.  #17 was played as-is, there was some mud and a puddle or two, but very playable.  Since the IOS was coming to Aurora the following weekend, the course needed some cleaning.  To entice entrants to help out with this, I held a "trash raffle".  Everyone that brought back a full bag of garbage after the first round would be entered into the raffle for a 177+ first run X Buzzz from the 2004 Am Nat's from my collection.  Everyone did a great job of cleaning up the course.  Many bags were emptied and re-filled.  The Pro/Adv. card that was following the Am cards was having a hard time finding trash!  Everyone was entered into the raffle and Ryan Stilson won the Buzzz.
The first round was a little damp, but everything went off without a hitch.
We all just sort of hung out for a while for lunch and then started up again for a drier second round.
With 11 people entered into the CTP contest, two CTP's were in play, #4 (a short one) and #8 (the long one).  Blaine S. took the first one on #4 (for $16) and none of the pro's could top it.  Blaine also had the CTP on #8 until Randy Sr. stepped up to the tee and beat him by about 6" to take $17.  Once the round was over the scores were totalled and here are the results:
Pro/Advanced
1. Tafe Hemler 43/42, -23 total with a 175 CE Aviar; $33 and a CHUCKFest 2011/FVMDGC dry-fit t-shirt
2. Randy Moore Sr. 46/45, -17 total with a 176 Z Buzzz; $17
3. Kyle Chapman 48/46, -14 total with a 174 SuperSoft Wizard
4. Bryan Jenkins 47/50, -11 total with a 175 CryZtal Z Buzzz
5. Adam Luxich 56/56, +4 total with a 175 StupidSuperSoft VooDoo
Amateur
1. Blaine Schepp 50/46, -12 total with a 175 Champ Wraith; declined first place prizes, took only the CTP!
2. Ryan Stilson 53/49, -6 total with a 173 CryZtal Z Buzzz; won sudden death on hole #1; $20 and a CHUCKFest 2011/FVMDGC dry-fit t-shirt
3. Steve Owens 53/49, -6 total with a 175 Star Destroyer; $10
4. John Cleaveland 54/58, +4 total with a 175 Avenger SS; $5
5. Rich Owens 58/57, +5 total with a 175 Meteor.  Dbl-checked scorecards, no mis-count
6. Dahlton Schepp 57/56, +5 total with a 171 Champ Wraith
7. Wes Lindquist 58, withdrew after first round due to a family obligation.
With $24 in the Ace fund, and none hit, we threw off afterwards.  We threw from hole #1's short tee to hole #8's basket.  Sr. was closest for $16 and Blaine next for $8.  This made Randy Sr. the BIG money winner for the day.
I hope I can shoot that well at IOS #4 next Sat.!  I hope to see more of you next year!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: CHUCKFest 2011
« on: August 04, 2011, 12:22:21 PM »
What was a 50/50 CTP (50% to help pay for the trophies) is now a 100% CTP!!!
A donor (who wishes to and WILL remain anonymous) has offered to pay for the trophies.  So all money brought in on the CTP will get payed out!  Be sure to sign up!  And make sure to be at the player's meeting around 9:15, as I have another prize in store for the player's!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: CHUCKFest 2011
« on: July 29, 2011, 02:14:32 PM »
I'll be taking pre-reg (entry fee ONLY) at the following events;
-  7/31, FVMDGC Bagtag challenge, Oswego (Wes L. will be filling in for me)
-  7/31, IOS #3, Sterling
-  8/1, FVMDGC Doubles, Geneva
-  8/4, FVMDGC Handicap league, Oswego
Looking forward to a fun event!  See you there.

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Leagues & Tourneys / CHUCKFest 2011
« on: July 09, 2011, 06:52:18 PM »
Officially anouncing...

CHUCKFest 2011!!!


A one-disc challenge.  That means play the whole course with just one disc and a mini.
(NO back-ups!)  Please present disc to TD @ registration.
Saturday August 6, 2011 @ Jericho Lake Park, Aurora, IL.
Registration from 8-9 AM.  Tee-off approximately 9:30.
Two divisions available; Pro/Advanced and Amateur.
$10 for Pro/Adv. and $5 for Amateur.
$3 CTP and $2 Ace Funds.
Short tees only, 19th hole if necessary.
Special trophies for the winners.
Pre-reg available at FVMDGC events the week of, ONLY!
Please contact the TD (Tafe Hemler) at taferoo@comcast.net or 630-781-1922 with any questions.

Flyer attached.

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Courses / Re: Trinity Links
« on: July 08, 2011, 02:07:26 PM »
I'll definitely try to get out and help, just let me know what day.
I'll especially be there if I can run the pump while I'm there!!!  ;)

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Good point Tafe.

I had planned to have Adv. and Pro play the blue tees at Highland, and the longs at Trinity. With that being the case, it's better to keep the other Ams separate from the Adv/Pro divisions for safety reasons.

I'll look at the field on Sunday though, and if I feel it doesn't make any sense to stay separate, then I may put the whole field together, but all on the shorts at Trinity, and White tees at Highland.

Aw, bollocks to that!
I really want to play the longs.
How much of a safety issue could it be?  I think we can handle it.  Just have to warn the card behind the long tee players and send out a spotter from the card to keep someone from walking in front.  It should only come into play at #13 Lockport, and #'s 11, 12 and 15 at Highland.  Everhthing else is pretty obvious if people are playing longs, yeah?
Just a thought.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: July 06, 2011, 10:07:57 AM »
If anyone is playing tonight and is also planning on attending Deuces Wild on Sunday, I'd appreciate it if you could get my J-town tag from Dave K. (35, I think).  Otherwise I should be able to get it at IL States.
Thanx.

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Since the majority of Pro's will probably be in IN, any chance with a low turnout we might just all play the same locations?  Just a car or two heading to Highland in the morning seems a little weird.

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I love my boy Dan P.
I didn't see hide nor hair of him on Sun., anytime.
Wut up wit dat?
I know you have obligations on a Sun., Dan,
How 'bout an assistant?  I'd love to see your stuff, on days I play!!!

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Here you say check-in by hole #1, on your site you say the pavillion?
I'll assume hole #1, yes?

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Trinity Lake Open
« on: June 12, 2011, 06:03:42 AM »
The course kicked my booty!
I know I said I was going to do bagtags, but when my ride showed up, I couldn't make him wait for the cards to get in.  Sorry about that.  If anyone grabbed mine, I'll be at Whet up or Shut up on Sat. if you can bring it, Thanks.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Trinity Lake Open
« on: June 10, 2011, 07:51:18 AM »
Thor told me that the PDGA wants more money from the tourney to keep it open up to the day before.
He'd rather save it for payouts.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Trinity Lake Open
« on: June 08, 2011, 08:41:22 PM »
The course is REALLY coming along.  The new changes are sick.
It really looks clean, and I like all the newly planted trees.  Nice job guys!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Trinity Lake Open
« on: June 07, 2011, 11:04:51 AM »
I've heard of some/most/all of the course changes.  Are they going to be marked for practice purposes?  I'm thinking of getting out tomorrow/Wed. or Thur.  Maybe flags or painted?
Thanks.

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