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Courses / Rogers Lakewood Park, IN
« on: November 05, 2010, 12:30:26 PM »
Going to go play this course and called up Jon to get some info on the course. Found out they are working on getting another course in so they can be in contention for 2013 Worlds. They would play the 4 courses at Lemon Lake and the two at Rogers Lakewood. Looking forward to playing this course!

Courses / Re: Channahon
« on: November 04, 2010, 10:45:33 AM »
Hole 9 is mine Grimes, now take your Italian Sausage fingers off of it. All i want from you is about a couple thousand rocks to line both sides of the fairway. Then clear out about another 75 feet behind and slightly to the right of current basket, and build around a 20 ft mound to put the basket on top of. After you do all that put my name on it, oh and by the way thanks in advance. One last request i forgot about frank. The large tree just left and in front of the tee that blocks big anhyzer shots, i need that removed. Twenty years ago that thing was the size of a 5 ft bush and was quite easy to throw over. I hope your passion can accomodate my needs brother, otherwise i'll have to find someone else to do all the work so i can take ownership of my hole. Let me know how long this will all take, i was thinking you could have all this done by thanksgiving.
You crack me up Flash. What I'll do is put thay on the to do list. Short term I'll make a sign & stick it in the ground with your name on it. I'll stick it on the right of the short tee pad. We have to think of a name, it used to be Harmon's Hill.

I got  it.

"Flash Drive"
Jumpin Jack Flash?

Courses / Re: Channahon
« on: November 03, 2010, 11:59:50 PM »

                             THANK YOU MY BROTHER!

Thank You's / Re: Winter & Summer League
« on: October 17, 2010, 04:11:47 AM »
Thanks J-Town for the good times playing summer leagues again this year.
        As usual, the party was outstanding and I had one great time!

J-Town Ice Bowl / Re: Ice Bowl Cash Results
« on: September 30, 2010, 08:15:46 PM »
Congrats J-Town! Look on page 45 of the Discgolfer Magazine. You came in 14th place in money donations for the 2010 Ice Bowls. Pretty good considering there were 222 Ice Bowls last year. Year 2010 raised the most money since the Ice Bowls began in 1987. Good job Frank and the rest of the well oiled J-Town machine!

Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 23rd CHANNAHON CLASSIC
« on: September 27, 2010, 08:43:40 AM »
I know Frank is part of the great J-Town Crew but I must give Frank a special Thank You for the heart and soul he continues to put into Community Park. Not to mention the 10s of thousands of dollars he spends of his own money so disc golfers can enjoy themselves on a mother nature of a course. Frank is also a very caring person and he has helped me personally at the same time he is battling cancer. Can't say enough about how lucky I am to have Frank as my friend! Keep up the good work buddy.


Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 23rd CHANNAHON CLASSIC
« on: September 26, 2010, 07:21:00 PM »
Thanks Jesse and the whole J-Town crew for another great tourney. Gary Lewis has a awesome selection and the payouts were out of this world! Always love coming to J-Town!


Courses / Re: Respect...these are public parks
« on: September 22, 2010, 04:33:25 AM »
Our Park District would pull the baskets if we went against a safety issue more than once. We have been warned. Disc Golf doesn't bring in revenue for the Park District so it's real easy for them to pull the plug on disc golf. That would actually save them money by doing that. Discers must be real careful. We are almost always in a losing situation. Revenue would change their minds but can't see that happening soon.

Shoot The Breeze / Re: Best Players In Illinois When You Started
« on: September 17, 2010, 08:52:43 AM »
Joe is a bomber! Just overthrew #16s basket at Eagle Ridge Wednesday. He also shot two rounds at -6 with no bogies in both those rounds! He tore me up on my home turf. Good shooting Joe! We missed Franks presence as he is a busy busy man. See you next time Frank!


Thank You's / Re: Kudos Jason Poole!!!
« on: September 15, 2010, 10:08:52 PM »
Jason is the bomb. Quietly gets things done in a very efficient manner. Just one piece to the great puzzle of J-Town! Thanks Jason. Now get out here so I can get your tag!



Shoot The Breeze / Re: Metal Detector
« on: September 15, 2010, 10:04:35 AM »
Glad you got it.

Shoot The Breeze / Re: Metal Detector
« on: September 14, 2010, 12:18:57 PM »
I have one. I'll be at Trinity Links tonight for leagues if you want it. I'll bring it. It's brand new and I only used this model 4 or 5 times. It should do the trick.

                                  Randy Sr.

Shoot The Breeze / Re: My Friend FRANK
« on: September 09, 2010, 02:20:44 AM »
Most people your age Frank sleep like that normally. Sleeping in is also a common thing in life. You my friend have done a superb job of beating this thing! Those numbers are awesome and I'm thrilled for you! Keep up the good work Frank. It's pretty safe to say that those prayers you have been asking for have been received. So deserving!


Courses / Re: Channahon No sod #11
« on: September 02, 2010, 07:54:36 AM »
You two are far too young and hip for me.
Yes Mr. Elf I believe your right. You have been around much longer then us. Let's share your history with everyone lol lol lol:
      In early modern and modern folklore, Elves become associated with the fairies of the 19-century Romantic portrayal of English folklore and assume a diminutive size, often living underground in hills or rocks, or in wells and springs. 19th-century Romanticism attempted to restore them to full stature, often depicting them as very young, probably adolescent (lack of facial hair on male elves), men and women of great beauty. From their depiction in Romanticism, elves entered the 20th-century high fantasy genre in the wake of the publications of J. R. R. Tolkien, especially the posthumous publication of his Silmarillion where Tolkien's treatment of the relation of light elves, dark elves, black elves and dwarves in Norse mythology is made explicit. The elf is now-and has been for years-associated with Christmas acting as "Santa's little helpers."

I'm learning more and more about you Mr.Elf. Very interesting. lol

Courses / Re: Channahon No sod #11
« on: September 01, 2010, 09:12:54 PM »
Thanks for all that hard work Frank! Don't kill yoursef brother. Nothing wrong with saving some money and labor. It is what it is, and u r what u r!


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