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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Woman's Global Event-Channy-5/12/12
« on: May 02, 2012, 10:07:35 AM »
Yes sir! There has been a major lack of communication with the PDGA sign up person and the lack of online pre-reg is killing me softly.  I have tried to call and email and no replies at all.

So I am taking "verbal" pre-registrations at this point and so long as the player pre-regs with the global side of things that is good enough for me and day of payment for the local is all good. 

hope that makes sense.. any questions please ask :)

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Woman's Global Event-Channy-5/12/12
« on: April 26, 2012, 09:29:22 AM »
All females are welcome young and old.  Maybe your wife, girlfriend, mom, sister, co-worker, that girls you don't know how to ask out.. so many possible people can play in this one.. Who will you bring???

UPDATE:

Hi Again Women's Global Event Organizers,

This email marks that we are just over 2 weeks away from the Women's Global Event! Our registration has hit 450 players, which really sets the bar high for future Women's Global Events. As we continue to organize the event, player's packs, and update registration we wanted to touch base again to ensure you know about the recent updates to the WGE.

1. New Update: ALL WOMEN Will Receive a Player's Pack!! Regardless of when the ladies sign up, we'll make sure they get a player's pack! Click the link to see what's inside http://www.discgolf4women.com/index.php/Women-s-Global-Event/global-event-sponsors.html

2. We will continue to offer online registration until May 4th. Event Organizers can use their discretion if they will be offering "Week of" or "Day of" Sign-ups.

3. We are planning on creating a DiscGolfPlanet.tv show with footage covering the Women's Global Event, but we need your help with content! We'll soon be creating a page on DiscGolf4Women.com to inform you on how you and your local Global Event can be a part of the show!

-Valarie Jenkins

Chairperson, PDGA Women's Committee
"Dedicated to Attract, Encourage, and Retain Female Participation in Organized Disc Golf Events"

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hey Scott, just curious if this will this be a USADGC qualifier or not.  Was listed on the web as pending still.. http://www.usadgc.com/qualifiers.html

thanks again! 

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Pine Hills Sat April 14 C TIER
« on: April 12, 2012, 10:46:20 AM »
yes sir.. I will have tags in my bag for sure.. Thanks Tafe!!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Woman's Global Event-Channy-5/12/12
« on: April 05, 2012, 02:01:58 PM »
What: Woman’s Global presented by the J-Town Disc Golf Club a PDGA C-Tier Event
Where: Channahon Community Park, Channahon, IL
When: May 12,2012
Cost:
     Global: $20 for pro, $15 for am (Pre-Reg Only)
     Local: $20 for pro, $15 for am (Cashless pre-reg)


Sign-in from 8am-9am
Players Meeting 9:15
Tee off 9:30

Here is how it works:   First off this one is for the LADIES ONLY! Gentleman this is a great opportunity to caddy for your female friends, family, or loved ones and help introduce someone new to the game.   
The best way for me to describe this is two tournaments in one, Global and Local.  Players MUST sign up for both the local event and the global event to participate.  Each payout is determined by the event.  Locally we will pay out the top 45%+ in each division.  You can play in any division globally, but locally we need 3 to open a division please.  Globally the idea is that there will be enough for any and all age protected divisions.  Most info can be found at DiscGolf4Women.com
Any questions please ask.
Ray Hill (contact me): gratefuldad420atgmail.com or eight one five eight two three seven one six eight.

(Edited 5/11 to split local and global costs)

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Courses / Re: Ball Golf /Channahon Disc Golf
« on: March 14, 2012, 02:50:37 PM »
Frankie-- we should get this shirt for the Park Superintendent as a thank you :)

http://www.etsy.com/listing/91116459/tired-of-playing-with-your-balls-disc


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Courses / **Lockport CLOSED for repairs/ renovations** 3/13-3/26
« on: March 13, 2012, 10:23:02 AM »
Tom Mmmmmm asked me to post something letting everyone know that Lockport IS NOW CLOSED for repairs and spring clean up until (around) March 26

Please post something here or contact Tom Mmmmm/ (new daddy) Thor if you are interesting in giving a hand volunteering out there..

Thanks!

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J-Town Disc Golf Club / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Club Meeting 03/12/12 5pm
« on: March 12, 2012, 02:56:47 PM »
just a reminder

see you tonight!!

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Shoot The Breeze / Re: Thor's a Dad!
« on: March 12, 2012, 02:55:16 PM »
CONGRATS! Don't let dale babysit until he quits smoking  :P

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2012 DISContinuum Club Challenge
« on: March 12, 2012, 02:53:40 PM »
thanks everyone who has posted a confirmation already.  Please ask all the <935's that you know if they want in.  We would love to see 15+ in the lower division if possible.
Thanks in advance... 

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Bringing The Nonstop Disc Golf Tour to J Town
« on: March 12, 2012, 02:50:44 PM »
I agree 100%, the problem is they waited too long to make the announcement.  The Illinois calendar is filled up good, and we can only wait and see what time they have to make their stops.. here is the email reply that was given to the masses:

"To the supporters of Non Stop Disc Golf

Hello all. We are blown away by the response over the last couple of days to our vision. We have currently received nearly 100 requests to either run an event or play in an existing event all around the country. We are putting together our schedule right now for the rest of the season. Being that there are only 10 or so open dates (weekends with no NT, Major, or large A-Tier), we will be selecting our tour stops based on many variables. We thank you for your interest and we will be contacting clubs / organizations personally to work out details of Tour Stops and Clinics during the week of the stop. We truly hope that this concept is something that is more than a one hit wonder. If the year goes well, we will plan on having multiple tours, traveling the world promoting the sport that we all love.

As you may or may not know. We are traveling in a “blacked out” RV. We are using the entire exterior surface of the RV for advertising and sponsorship. We have estimated the RV to be seen by over 100,000 disc golf enthusiasts. Take this opportunity to promote your club, your event, or even your company. If you are interested in a logo, please send an additional email to nonstopdiscgolf@gmail.com and include in the subject: RV advertisement.  The club prices are $150 for disc size logo and $50 for mini size logo. If your club is interested please send a vector file logo of your club and we will contact you for payment options. For personal sponsorship we are also offering your PERSONAL 3in signature to be put on the RV for $50. This is a way to be personally connected with the NSDG Tour.

Thanks again for all of the support and we hope to be in a town near you soon.

-The Non Stop Disc Golf CREW "

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J-Town Disc Golf Club / J-Town Disc Golf Club Meeting 03/12/12 5pm
« on: March 05, 2012, 09:57:42 PM »
J-Town Disc Golf Club Meeting
03/12/12 5:00 PM-- Meeting #16

McDonald's on Jefferson in Shorewood. 

1) Financial Report

2) Ice Bowl (recap)

3) Discontinuum Club Challenge

4) Handicap Singles League (Tuesday Night Frank and Bean's)
  A) PDGA Sanctioned?

5) J-Town Invitational

6) Club Name on Tournaments
  A) Woman's Global Tournament
  B) Mokena Tournament

7) Elections
  A) Timeline
  B) Nominations

8 ) Course Projects

Open Q&A

Hope to see some members in attendance!

Thanks!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2012 DISContinuum Club Challenge
« on: February 24, 2012, 11:32:53 AM »
#25183 Ray Hill 947


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J-Town Ice Bowl / Re: The Ice Bowl total Is?
« on: February 14, 2012, 09:07:14 AM »
that's is nothing short of amazing Frankie.. Congrats!!  :)

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J-Town Ice Bowl / Re: What a day!!!
« on: February 05, 2012, 07:23:13 PM »
http://sports.yahoo.com/top/news?slug=ycn-10930400

Shawn Harmon Gets the Victory at Disc Golf’s J Town Ice Bowl in Channahon, Illinois
By K.C. Dermody, Yahoo! Contributor Network

The J Town Ice Bowl took place in Channahon, Illinois on Saturday, February 4, 2012, at the Community Park Disc Golf Course. This was a PDGA sanctioned C-Tier event with 82 disc golfers coming out to compete on rather chilly winter day in the Midwest.

This tournament served as a fundraiser for the Morning Star Mission, which supports both spiritual and physical hunger of the poor by providing food for the hungry, clothing for the needy and shelter for the homeless. This was the third annual event, and it was Shawn Harmon of Joliet, Illinois who captured the victory in the open division in overtime after tying with Chris Brenholtz of Downers Grove, Illinois. Both players had a final score of 12-under par.

In 2011, Harmon had a second place finish at the Dave Pitner Memorial in May, and he had a third place finish at the Whet Up or Shut Up Throwdown in June. It was Brenholtz who won the Whet Up or Shut Up Throwdown last year. He had a fourth place finish at J Town Ice Bowl last year, and an impressive sixth place finish at the Illinois State Disc Golf Championships that was held in July.

Finishing in third place behind Brenholtz was Rich Klein III of Pana, Illinois scoring 10-under par. Last year he had victories in the advanced division at the Bloomington Normal Open and the ROC the Worlds Preview #3 - Basil Marella.

Randy Moore of Oswego, Illinois was in fourth place with a score of 8-under par. Moore had a third place finish at the Oswego Open and at the JTown Disc Golf Club Invitational. In a tie for fifth place, was Alan Hermosillo of Blue Island, Illinois and Clayton Drake of Metropolis, Illinois, both scoring 7-under par.

The advanced division winner was Bryan Sullivan of Minooka, Illinois, scoring 11-under par. Sullivan had a win at the Pine Hills Experiment last March. He was followed by local Ben Carrescia who scored 8-under par, and in a tie for third at just a stroke behind, was Randy Moore Sr. and Jason Riley, both with a score of 7-under par.

Colleen Thompson captured the win for the women in the advanced division with a score of 11-over par. Thompson is from Lemont, Illinois and had several wins in the same division last year, including last year's Ice Bowl event and the Channahon Classic held in September. She also had an impressive second place finish for the women in the open division at the Indiana State Championships in July.

Danny Bilow won the intermediate division scoring 6-under par, while Ryan Barcas was the winner of the recreational division, John Seaborn took the win in the novice division and Danny Tejero won for the under 19 boys.

Congratulations to all the winners and competitors for a great day of disc golf for a good cause!

The first time K.C. Dermody played disc golf was in the spectacular Black Hills of South Dakota. She has since become addicted to promoting the sport, and enjoys playing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She welcomes comments and suggestions, with the goal of promoting the sport of disc golf throughout the world. Find her on www.facebook.com/KCDermodyWriter or Twitter @kcdermody

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