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Thank You's / Re: More Thanks!
« on: May 11, 2012, 07:50:06 AM »
Thanks for your help at Eagle Ridge Frankie! Would hate to see what that Park would look like without you. Words can't describe how much I appreciate that Frank. Lot's of good kudos last night at handicaps for you my Brother..... :)
You're welcome my brother! I love seeing your energy & spirit pick up when we're at your house, working. There are many good people out there also, so it's my pleasure. We've got the bench to do on #3 in the next two weeks.  ;D


Paco are you cheating on us again?

Your work is always amazing!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: May 11, 2012, 07:36:03 AM »
NEW POINTS UPDATE
1st Half
APRIL Ė JUNE, 2012


APRIL 4 Ė May 9, 2012

Pro/Adv
Fern still leads the Pro/Adv field by two points.

Am/Nov
Jeffers takes total control of the leader board in the sixth week of the season.


http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week6PRO:ADV.pdf

http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week6AM:NOV.pdf


look at the sidebar called "leagues" to download a pdf

See you later,
Jesse

633
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: May 10, 2012, 07:46:27 AM »
WEEK 6 - May 9, 2012
First Half #6

Trinity Links - Lockport

TEES
18 Holes - Short Tees - Par 54
 
CONDITIONS
Around 60  to start the round and dropped to around 50 by the end of the round. The recent rain made the course a bit muddy. The Trinity swamps where way up and hungry. A nice night buy a little cool.

COMMENTS
The Swamps of Trinity were very high, deep and ruthless as they swallowed up discs like there was no tomorrow. The otherwise short and relatively easier shots over the swamps of hole  1, 2 & 15 played major mind games with many players. At least 10 -15 discs from just last night  lie in the dark abyss of the Trinity Swamps. The murder rake got another workout!
Thanks again to Thor for letting us use the clubhouse. Also thanks to all the Trinity crew that have shaped these great course into what it is today.

To our experienced Ams that pair up with a beginner. Your guidance towards these players are a major part of the future success of the league. Please be a mentor to  these new players and make sure when they leave they feel like they had the coolest time and want to come back. Itís great to win but if feels a whole lot better knowing you helped make difference in someoneís game. You just might be helping the next great player in our area.   
Please donít be discouraged if youíre an AM and had a rough night. Shake it off and try again next week. The more you play and learn from the leagueís more experienced players the better your game will evolve. Weíve all been through this stage.

 
The Taco Lady is back! Juanita & Scott will be selling tacos for a $1.50 at league for most of the rest of the year.


Next week is CHANNAHON so to guarantee a spot  try and get there when we open registration at 4:15 - 4:30pm.   

WE START AT 5:30 NEXT WEEK . 

PLAYERS
71 Players
35 PRO/ADV   36 AM/NOV

 
TOP THREE
PRO/ADV

Buddy Lee & Justin Elmore  wreak havoc on the Pro/Adv field by shooting an incredible round of 40.  This is an awesome round and a new doubles record on the new Trinity layout. The old record of 41 was set back in week three by Tom M. and Al H. Lester & Justin end up splitting 129 bucks. We also had a new Cali record set with a great round thrown by Dave Kociuba. He finished a fantastic round of 42 (12) and took home $85. Itís been a long time since someone playing Cali has done this well. Tom Matesevac & Randy McMurray end up taking the third place honors for the night with a very nice round of 44 (10). They end up taking home 28 bucks each. They also tack on much needed points to their totals for the first half.

TOP THREE
AM/NOV

Kester Jeffers & Brian Carey completely destroy the Am/Nov field by three strokes. They end up shooting an incredible round of 45 (-9). Kester has won every time he has been out this year. This is Kesterís third win in a row and he is putting on a clinic for the rest of the Am/Nov field. He now jumps in to first place in points alone. Dan McMillin and Steve Rasberger take the second place honors and they split 39 bucks. They end up shooting a nice round of 48 (-6). We had a tie for third with the teams shooting good rounds of 49 (-5). Dave Broughton & Dave Pleski win the ctp playoff on hole #1 to capture the win. They end up taking home $19 and tack that important extra point on their totals.



CTPS
Justin Elmore - CTP Party Fund hole #2 = $51
Tony Laskowski- CTP Basket Fund hole #8 = $50
Joe Witzl - CTP Tournament Fund hole #16 = $50
Mario Guzman - CTP CFR Disc hole #1 = 2011 Channahon Classic Champion Glow Teebird

ACES
No Aces= $67
 

BIG MONEY NIGHT
Justin Elmore wins first place in the PRO/ADV and wins the Party Fund ctp hole #2.
Dave ends up taking home $115.50  for the night.

Next Week - COMMUNITY PARK (CHANNAHON)
DONíT FORGET 4:15 - 4:30 REGISTRATION AND 5:30 START!!

See You Later,
Jesse

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Woman's Global Event-Channy-5/12/12
« on: May 08, 2012, 06:58:05 AM »

be sure to check out this sweet story

http://rattlingchains.com/?p=905

That's one of the coolest things I ever read.


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PDGA / Re: New World Record
« on: May 04, 2012, 07:58:41 AM »
Hey Brian hereís a link your fiancť might be interested in.

http://jtowndiscgolf.com/SMF1/index.php?topic=585.0

Womenís Global Event

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Thank You's / Re: Thank You J Town
« on: May 04, 2012, 07:47:26 AM »
You should come out to the doubles league on Wednesdays or the J-Town Disc Golf Club hosts a handicap league on Tuesdays. These leagues will better your game at a lower stress level then a tournament. Youíll meet a ton of great players but even better people.

Hereís the links to the schedules

http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week5AM:NOV.pdf

http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/HandicapPoints_2012.pdf

637
Questions? / Re: Am I At A Loss Being Competetive?
« on: May 04, 2012, 07:40:01 AM »
Ultimately most of us have the same problem but yours is just a little more unique. We try to develop different shots to solve the problem. Have you tried a forearm with your left hand? What about a beginner friendly disc that is under stable, which might help you turn it over to the left like a Discraft Nuke SS?   

638
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: May 04, 2012, 07:15:54 AM »
NEW POINTS UPDATE
1st Half
APRIL Ė JUNE, 2012

APRIL 4 Ė May 2, 2012


Pro/Adv
Fern is slowly pulling away from the Pro/Adv field.

Am/Nov
Batchelor & Yockman take control of the leader board in the fifth week of the season.


http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week5PRO:ADV.pdf

http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week5AM:NOV.pdf


look at the sidebar called "leagues" to download a pdf

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: May 03, 2012, 07:56:48 AM »
WEEK 5 - May 2, 2012
First Half #5

Highland Park - Joliet

TEES
18 Holes - White Tees - Par 54
 
CONDITIONS
HIGH 70s to start the round- LOW 70s at the end of the round. It was a little humid but a perfect night. The red tees where a little muddy so we played the white. The storms never showed up.

COMMENTS
To our experienced Am's that pair up with a beginner. Your guidance to these players are a major part of the future success of the league. Please be a mentor to  these new players and make sure when they leave they feel like they had the coolest time and want to come back. It's great to win but if feels a whole lot better knowing you helped make a difference in someones game. You just might be helping the next great player in our area.   

Please don't be discouraged if you're an AM and had a rough night. Shake it off and try again next week. The more you play and learn from the league's more experienced players the better your game will evolve. We've all been through this stage.

 
The Taco Lady or is it Dude is back! Juanita & Scott will be selling tacos for a $1.50 at league for most of the rest of the year.Scott actually  made the tacos for last night and did a hell of a job.

The damn mosquitoes are back!

Next week is Trinity Links so to guarantee a spot  try and get there when we open registration at 4:15 - 4:30pm.   

WE START AT 5:30 NEXT WEEK . 

PLAYERS
64 Players
29 PRO/ADV   35 AM/NOV

 
TOP THREE
PRO/ADV

Steve Forneris & Dave Kociuba  shoot a very nice round of 44 (-10)  to claim the victory. They end up splitting 122 bucks and tacking on 4 big points to their totals. After five weeks Fern moves into first place alone for the first half. Right behind them in second place where Paul Pazanin & Al Hermosillo. They end up shooting a nice round of 45 (-9) and take home 39 bucks each. Al now is tied with DJ for second place for the first half battle. We had a tie for third with the teams shooting good rounds of 46 (-8). Dean Bingham & Eric Fite pull out the ctp playoff on hole #1 to capture third place. They end up splitting $50.

TOP THREE
AM/NOV

Kester Jeffers & Kevin Yockman tied for first with two other teams, but with a deuce on the first playoff hole of sudden death they defeat their rivals. They take the first place honors for the night and take home $33 each. This is Kesterís second win in a row pushing him up the points list quickly. Kevin jumps into a tie for first with the victory. Mike Noe & Chris Roberts take the second spot and split 38 bucks. Thor Batchelor & Matt Bagnola wound up in third place taking home $13.50 each. Thor still remains in the top spot for the first half but a lot of  players are moving up in striking distance.

CTPS
Dave Kociuba - CTP Party Fund hole #1 = $41
Scott Tramblay - CTP Basket Fund hole #5 = $40
Anthony Rodriguez - CTP Tournament Fund hole #16 = $40
Randy McMurray - CTP CFR Disc hole #2 = 2011 IL State Champion Glow XCaliber

ACES
Mike Noe Aced hole #16= $56
This was also a Money CTP hole but Mike did not get in. CíMon Man!


BIG MONEY NIGHT
Dave Kociuba wins first place in the PRO/ADV and wins the Party Fund ctp hole #1.
Dave ends up taking home $102  for the night.

Next Week - TRINITY LINKS (LOCKPORT)
DONíT FORGET 4:15 - 4:30 REGISTRATION AND 5:30 START!!

See You Later,
Jesse

640
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Woman's Global Event-Channy-5/12/12
« on: May 02, 2012, 09:53:42 AM »
Will there be day of event registration for the local part of the event?

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: April 27, 2012, 09:23:18 AM »
NEW POINTS UPDATE
1st Half
APRIL Ė JUNE, 2012


APRIL 4 Ė April 25, 2012

Pro/Adv
DJ & Fern still have control of the leader board in the early part of the season.

Am/Nov
Batchelor & Reardon still share the top spot on the leader board in the fourth week of the season.


http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week4PRO:ADV.pdf

http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week4AM:NOV.pdf

look at the sidebar called "leagues" to download a pdf

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: April 26, 2012, 07:56:46 AM »
WEEK 4 - April 25, 2012
First Half #4
Community Park - Channahon


TEES
22 Holes - Short Tees - Par 66
Added Holes A-D after hole #18
 
CONDITIONS
Low 70s to start the round- High 50s at the end of the round. Winds were strong throughout the night. The course is in Unbelievable shape. A perfect night for league. The storms never showed up.

COMMENTS
Frank Grimes has turned Community Park into  a botanical garden. We all know the amazing hard physical work Paco has put into making this course look and play great. But itís his attention to detail that puts this course into that completely amazing category. You know you have a special disc golf course when the course caretaker is fertilizing and putting down dandelion killer.   

The Non Stop Disc Golf crew were in town to give a clinic and share their knowledge to the local disc golf scene. It seemed like it went very well with a least 40 players participating in the clinic. The crew of Catrina Allen, David Feldberg, Cale Leiviska, Paul Ulibarri, and Will Schusterick all ended up staying and playing in the league. It was exciting and an honor to have these players come out.
Thanks to all our local guys who were involved in making this happen.

With the extra players from the clinic the league sign-up turned into a feeding frenzy.  We tried to let as many players sign up as we possibly could, but itís tough with the shorten daylight. We had no choice but to cut off the field. As the year goes on we can add more holes and let more players enter the field. We are sorry if you were turned away

Again last night we had many new faces that we hope will continue to show up each week. We also hope that the familiar faces that werenít there will make their way back and be part of this yearís league. We know youíre listening so get out here. We miss you!
Please donít be discouraged if youíre an AM and had a rough night. Shake it off and try again next week. The more you play and learn from the leagueís more experienced players the better your game will evolve. Weíve all been through this stage.

The Taco Lady is back! Juanita & Scott will be selling tacos for a $1.50 at league for most of the rest of the year.

Next week is Highland Park so to guarantee a spot  try and get there when we open registration at around 4:15 - 4:30pm.   
WE START AT 5:30 NEXT WEEK. 

PLAYERS
93 Players
54 PRO/ADV   39 AM/NOV

 
TOP THREE
PRO/ADV

Jimmy McDonald & Chris Brenholtz put an old fashion whipping on the Pro/Adv field shooting an amazing round of 46 (-20). They win by two strokes and split a sweet pot of 153 bucks. Jimmy Mac also aced hole #7 which was also the basket fund ctp. With the extremely strong and very large field this will go down as one of the best rounds in our doubles league history. Nice shooting guys! Leo Borowski & Cale Leiviska end up in second place alone shooting an amazing round of 48 (-18). They end up taking home $52.50 each. This was another very strong round. Will Schusterick & Mike Sale end up taking the third place honors with a great round of 49 (-17). They end up splitting 76 bucks.

TOP THREE
AM/NOV

Kester Jeffers & Kevin Won shoot an extremely impressive round of 54(-12) to win the top honors out right. They immediately jump up in the point totals and split $70. Mike Chinderle & James LoPresti take the second place honors with a very nice round of 55 (-11) They end up splitting 41 bucks. We had a three way tie for third with teams shooting nice rounds of 56 (-10). Joe Heinen & Kevin Yockman win the ctp playoff on hole #1 to take third place honors. They end up splitting 32 bucks.
Itís definitely shaping up to be an extremely competitive Am/Nov field this year.

CTPS
Jeff Reardon - CTP Party Fund hole #3 = $67
Jimmy McDonald - CTP Basket Fund hole #7 = $67
Justin Elmore - CTP Tournament Fund hole #15 = $63
Jeff Reardon - CTP CFR Disc hole #18 = 2011 IL State Champion Glow Destroyer

ACES
Jimmy McDonald Aced hole #7= $77
Jeff Reardon Aced hole #18 = $77


BIG MONEY NIGHT
Jimmy McDonald wins first place in the PRO/ADV and Aces the Basket Fund ctp hole #7.
Jimmy Mac ends up taking home $220.50 for the night.

Next Week - HIGHLAND PARK (JOLIET)
DONíT FORGET 4:15 - 4:30 REGISTRATION AND 5:30 START!!


See You Later,
Jesse

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PDGA / New World Record
« on: April 20, 2012, 01:03:33 PM »
David Wiggins, Jr. sets new Distance World Record.

Check it out here:
http://www.pdga.com/new-world-record

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: April 20, 2012, 07:42:16 AM »
NEW POINTS UPDATE
1st Half
APRIL Ė JUNE, 2012


APRIL 4 Ė April 18, 2012

Pro/Adv
DJ & Fern take control of the leader board in the early part of the season.

Am/Nov
Batchelor & Reardon share the top spot on the leader board in the third week of the season.


http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week3PRO:ADV.pdf

http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week3AM:NOV.pdf

look at the sidebar called "leagues" to download a pdf

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« on: April 19, 2012, 07:50:03 AM »
WEEK 3 - April 18, 2012
First Half #3

Trinity Links - Lockport
18 Holes - Short Tees - Par 54
 
CONDITIONS
LOW 70s to start the round- MID 60s at the end of the round. Winds were strong throughout the night. The course is in great shape. A perfect night for league.

COMMENTS
Trinity Links has come a long way these last couple of years. A huge THANK YOU goes out to all the guys whoíve busted their ass working on this course. Thereís been a  lot of blood, sweat, tears and heart put into making this course great. Iím just glad to say itís one of our home courses.
The Murder rake got a work out last night with a least 10 discs going in the water on holes #1 & #15. Thanks Thor for letting us use the Trinity Links club house for registration. It was great not having to worry about the weather elements which makes a huge difference when getting things ready. Every course needs one.

Again last night we had many new faces that we hope will continue to show up each week. We also hope that the familiar faces that werenít there will make their way back and be part of this yearís league. We know youíre listening so get out here. We miss you!
Please donít be discouraged if youíre an AM and had a rough night. Shake it off and try again next week. The more you play and learn from the leagueís more experienced players the better your game will evolve. Weíve all been through this stage.
Next week is Channahon so to guarantee a spot try and get there when we open registration at around 4:00 - 4:15pm.  We try to accomadate all our players entry, but itís tough with the shorten daylight. We have no choice but to cut off the field. As the year goes on we can add more holes and let more players enter the field. Weíll see you next week.

PLAYERS
74 Players
32 PRO/ADV   42 AM/NOV


TOP THREE
PRO/ADV

Iím going to say we have a new doubles record on the short tees, on the new Trinity design. Al Hermosillo & Tom Matesevac shoot a  record round of 41 (-13) to take first place. They put a two stroke beating on the rest of the Pro/Adv field. They make big moves in the points standings and take home 61 bucks each. 
We had a three way tie for second with the teams shooting 43s ( -11). Darrin Johnson & Steve Forneris win the ctp on hole 1 to take the second place honors. They end up splitting $79. With three weeks in Steve & Darrin take the early points lead. Leo Borowski & Kris Hutter end up in third splitting 52 bucks. Nice shooting guys!

TOP THREE
AM/NOV

Kevin Macuiba & Rico Lopez tore through the course shooting a fantastic round of 44 (-10) to take the top honors for the night. This was a very impressive win considering the quality and size of the Am/ Nov field. They end up tacking on four points and splitting 70 bucks. Thor Batchelor and Josh Pole shoot a great round of 45 (-9) take second place out right. They end up splitting $41. Dan Wisemantle & Brian Cantrell shoot a very nice round of 46 (-8) to take the third spot for the night. They end up taking home 16 bucks each.
Itís definitely shaping up to be an extremely competitive Am/Nov field this year.

CTPS
Tom Matesevac - CTP Party Fund hole #1 = $55
Jeff Reardon - CTP Basket Fund hole #3 = $54
Josh Pole - CTP Tournament Fund hole #16 = $52
Kevin Hoffmann - CTP CFR Disc hole #14 = 2011 IL State Champion Glow Wraith

ACES
No Aces $68 to start next week

BIG MONEY NIGHT
Tom Matesevac wins first place in the PRO/ADV and wins the Party Fund ctp
Steve ends up taking home $117 for the night

Next Week - COMMUNITY PARK (CHANNAHON)
DONíT FORGET 4 :00 - 4:15 REGISTRATION AND 5:15 START!!

This is the last 5:30 start for the first half.
Get there early to guarantee a spot because Channy is going to fill quickly.

See You Later,
Jesse

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