« on: April 25, 2014, 10:41:52 AM »
Interested in the details. Ill be home from training in Tx for a couple of weeks before heading to Washington state. This would be the one tourney I could play while home
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« on: April 04, 2013, 03:13:24 PM »
In case it gets seen here first. I posted on the Aces and Chains FB page regarding my registration
the Dela's are discontinued
not that it may matter to anyone else or any may have thought about it, but that last day of winter leagues falls on Easter. Does it typically end this way or was it just chance since Easter is early this year?
« on: March 13, 2013, 07:48:52 AM »
awesome. thanks for the heads up Rob
« on: March 12, 2013, 02:54:18 PM »
in the event the course still has unplayable conditions for the end of march, are we looking at pushing the series back, or substituting one of the others to be played early and push pine to that events date?
there is still a competitive element to tags, walking out with the lowest number and trying for the ctps. If people didnt care about their score, then they would just turn in the tag at the beginning and ask for the highest number, then leave
having the OPTION to have it sanctioned is a great idea. If Ive been playing good golf and want to go shoot west/channy/shorewood and have that help my pdga rating out, then why should that be a bad thing?
I started with bag tags this year and have switched to the sunday leagues for a more competitive element. have I gotten better? no, still the same player. I go for a chance to learn from other players and have more of a chance to win some $$.
Sundays have a great group of people that are always willing to help out, share rule knowledge, etc with other players. Casual rounds should be that, casual, with nothing on the line. When there are ctps/competing for tag numbers...all you are leaving out is use of the mini/rule enforement and its an inch short of a tournament (minus paying out the $)
All in all, I think having the OPTION to have it sanctioned for those that want to come shoot a hot round, have it help their pdga score, and walk away with the lowest tag (you know, for bragging rights) is a great addition to the league options JTown has to offer
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Plastic Addict's presents: "Morton Spring Doubles" Disc Golf Tournament March 16« on: March 07, 2013, 07:59:57 PM »
best of luck with this. I know there is the club challenge up here that many tend to participate in
« on: March 03, 2013, 10:33:30 PM »
there is one on the left side of the screen under the leagues headline if thats what you mean
« on: March 02, 2013, 11:43:39 AM »
Just signed up. If you call Pine Hills you can avoid the $5 fee on IRO.
I personally want to thank Dana for putting this on and making it a series that I can attend all 3 events before I leave for the Army. There aren't too many tournaments this early in the season, but Dana is a players player and knows how to run things. This will be my first time out at Pine Hills and I can't wait.