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Leagues & Tourneys / Final points totals after The Wild West
« on: September 07, 2011, 09:10:56 AM »
Points are up for The Wild West, and I've compiled the totals and listed them in the posts below. My apologies if I spelled anyone's name incorrectly.....I was up pretty late making these lists. So if I butchered anyone's name, please let me know and I'll edit out the mistakes.

Invites for the AC Match Play tournament will be put in a separate post later today or tomorrow, along with more details on the format.

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Equipment / Re: Looking for used Discs
« on: September 07, 2011, 09:03:49 AM »
I'll bring some by tonight if I can make it out to leagues.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Mini long drive competition
« on: August 30, 2011, 12:20:03 PM »
Results:

Saturday's winner - Mike Robinson - 323'  ($100)

After having several players throw in the 150'-175' range, Mike showed up. He bought in for an additional 3 throws. 3 of the 4 throws went over 300' easy. The 4th wasn't straight enough, and went ob. There were lots of oooohs and ahhhhs from the people watching him throw. It was truly impressive! No one else threw after that.....

Sunday's winner - Jon Boster - 265'  ($91)

Sunday's race looked much tighter. A few players were throwing over 200'. Jon walked up and thumbered his mini out to 240 feet or so, beating the longest throw so far. A couple of throws later, and one player was able to pass him up, forcing him to pay $5 for 3 more throws. On his next throw, Jon threw another thumber out to 265', beating the longest throw so far by about 12'. No one could beat it, so Jon left two throws unused. If you were watching him throw, you got the impression he could have thrown it farther with just a bit more effort.

I have a little bit of video footage from Saturday's long drive competition. Once I get it edited, it'll be put up on the Aces and Chains website.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: August 27th & 28th - The Wild West
« on: August 30, 2011, 12:10:25 PM »
Oh, and scores are up.

I put in the official TD report today, so the ratings will go in on the next update a few weeks from now. (ie: not today's update, but the next one.)

As soon as I get the points totals for all 5 tournaments added up, and the final 16 in each division selected, I'll post here with more info on the AC Finals Match Play.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: August 27th & 28th - The Wild West
« on: August 30, 2011, 12:06:36 PM »
Thank you so much to everyone that came out!

I would like to officially thank my team for The Wild West:

Cory Clements: Cory is always there to help, from beginning to end. He took care of registration, checking scorecards, & the leaderboard, along with a bunch of smaller tasks, all necessary to the tournaments success. And once again, I got to play on Saturday while Cory watched the table for me. That was icing on the cake. It often feels like I'm helping him run the tournament, instead of the other way around.

My sincere thanks Cory....I couldn't do it without you.

Mike Kursell: All my stamps are Mike Kursell originals. Mike produces fantastic artwork, and he's very generous with his time. He's also been a big help with trophies, scorecards, posters, shirts, and the shop logo. Mike is another irreplacable member of my team!

Jon Boster: Jon is my sponsored player (when I can afford to sponsor him), and without him, the shop wouldn't be open on Saturday, or late on Sunday after the tournaments. Thanks for bringing the water......and the CTPs.....and whatever else I forgot. Friend, employee, and mentor, Jon has been a huge help to me. Hopefully, I have returned the favor often enough...

Diane Johnson: My wife was kind enough to come out and help both mornings, and to caddy for me on Saturday. Thanks baby!

Jacob Burton: Jacob is always offering to help me. So I tagged him this time to help with the mini long drive competition. Both days, Jacob was there for me, standing in a field to chase down errant, and not so errant minis. I really appreciate the help Jacob.

Several other players helped with the long drive competition, most notably Eric and Larry. Thanks guys!


There are a LOT of other people who have helped me both at The Wild West, and at my other tournaments this year. Though I can't possibly list all their names here, I can't thank all of you enough for your help, whether it be a kind word at the right time, or some heavy lifting. So, thank you to everyone who made being a TD easier this year. It is very much appreciated!

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Shoot The Breeze / Re: Gary Lewis Achievement Award
« on: August 25, 2011, 10:47:25 AM »
also by Mike Kursell:

Trophies for First Flight

Logo for Aces and Chains shop

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: USDGC 2011- RAY HILL
« on: August 24, 2011, 07:12:18 AM »
Tear it up at Rock Hill Ray!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: August 27th & 28th - The Wild West
« on: August 23, 2011, 06:45:38 AM »
As an additional incentive, I am giving away a free custom stamped mini driver to the first 50 players who pre-register for The Wild West.

Registrations are starting to come in. Get yours in early enough, and get a free mini driver!

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Shoot The Breeze / Re: My Friend FRANK
« on: August 19, 2011, 07:48:17 AM »
"I wonder what the odds are it gets in my eyes?"

Hippie...    ;?)


So glad to hear you are doing well Frank! Don't second guess your decisions....you're doing great!

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Mini long drive competition
« on: August 16, 2011, 06:57:19 AM »
We'll only be using Federation-approved mini discs:

Little Flyer and Little Flyer spiral
Inova heavy weight DX and CE plastic
Discraft mini magnet (hard or soft) and Z plastic
Ching mini JU JU or MoJo
All Minis under 4-1/2 inches in diameter are approved for play. Wood and metal minis are not allowed.


That way, if someone breaks the record, it'll count.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Mini long drive competition
« on: August 11, 2011, 11:14:42 AM »
Mini driving competition:

As part of the Wild West experience, I will be running a mini driving contest during the lunch break. Let's see who can drive their mini the farthest. Bring your favorite mini! Or, I will have some excellent driving mini's available for purchase if you don't have one that's suitable. One drive is included in your registration fee. Extra drives can be purchased for $2, or 3 for $5. All money from the extra drives purchased will go into the pot. May the longest drive win.

$2 will be taken out of every entry fee and put into a pot for the longest drive with a mini. As always, Am's will be paid in funny money, and Pro's will be paid in cash.

The contest will be held on the green mile (hole #11). All mini's must stay in the fairway or be disqualified. Any mini that comes to rest in or beyond the weeds on either side of the fairway is considered OB and cannot win. I'll take a look at the fairway before the contest starts and make any adjustments necessary for a fair contest. I will be the sole judge and jury regarding OB, unless I appoint someone to run the driving contest, in which case, that person shall be sole judge and jury.

I would like to get a few volunteers to help out with the mini driving contest. I'd like a few runners to bring mini's back to the tee box and to generally help out with the contest. If you are willing to volunteer, please PM me.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Wild West mini long drive competition
« on: August 11, 2011, 11:10:46 AM »
Mini driving competition:

As part of the Wild West experience, I will be running a mini driving contest during the lunch break. Let's see who can drive their mini the farthest. Bring your favorite mini! Or, I will have some excellent driving mini's available for purchase if you don't have one that's suitable. One drive is included in your registration fee. Extra drives can be purchased for $2, or 3 for $5. Money from the extra drives purchased will go into the pot. May the longest drive win.

$2 will be taken out of every entry fee and put into a pot for the longest drive with a mini. As always, Am's will be paid in funny money, and Pro's will be paid in cash.

The contest will be held on the green mile (hole #11). All mini's must stay in the fairway or be disqualified. Any mini that comes to rest in or beyond the weeds on either side of the fairway is considered OB and cannot win. I'll take a look at the fairway before the contest starts and make any adjustments necessary for a fair contest. I will be the sole judge and jury regarding OB, unless I appoint someone to run the driving contest, in which case, that person shall be sole judge and jury.

I would like to get a few volunteers to help out with the mini driving contest. I'd like a few runners to bring mini's back to the tee box and to generally help out with the contest. If you are willing to volunteer, please PM me.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2011 IOS #4 Aurora Boralis
« on: August 10, 2011, 08:35:18 AM »
That map was a nice touch!

Hoping to be out there Saturday.....see you then.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Novice division totals
« on: August 09, 2011, 12:20:11 PM »
Novice points:

1.)   Kenny Loeffler 80
2.)   Jake Guajardo 80
3.)   Eric Smith 72
4.)   Sean Callahan 70
5.)   Dan Miller 56
6.)   James Cordes 46
7.)   Larry Pennuto 46
8.)   Tim Scheer 44
9.)   Brandon Gutierrez 42
10.)   Donnie Geel 42
11.)   Greg Cozzolino 40
12.)   Phil Ash 34
13.)   D. J. Eskra 28
14.)   Derek McKenzie 28
15.)   Mark Onstad 28
16.)   Tim Guajardo 28
17.)   Alex Africa 26
18.)   Danny Cardwell 26
19.)   Jacob Burton 26
20.)   Kevin Dunne 24
21.)   Shawn Kulhan 22
22.)   Alex Nelson 20
23.)   Steve Taylor 18
24.)   Aris Pashos 16
25.)   David Pung 16
26.)   Brian Paul 14
27.)   Jeff Kinsella 14
28.)   Tom Reiter 14
29.)   Joseph Roppo 14
30.)   Aaron Studer 12
31.)   Keith Minor II 12
32.)   Brian Quezada 10
33.)   Corey Mattson 10
34.)   Lee Strait 10
35.)   Jack Heinz 8
36.)   Kevin McGonigal 8
37.)   Kaylee Barbosa 6
38.)   Patrick Johnson - 6
39.)   Adam Gerencher 4
40.)   Scott Proud 4
41.)   George Mantis 2
42.)   Tim Cerven 2


Kenny Loeffler and Jake Guajardo in a dead heat at 80 points each, with Eric Smith and Sean Callahan right on their heels. All four are within 10 points of each other. The points difference between 13th and 42nd is only 26 points. That last qualifying spot (at 16th place) is up for grabs, and could be captured by anybody at this point.

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Leagues & Tourneys / Recreational division points totals
« on: August 09, 2011, 12:15:09 PM »
Rec points:

1.)   Mike Stahulak 165
2.)   John Marren 144
3.)   Eric Willhite 117
4.)   Jason Rocks -117
5.)   Nick Dilley 117
6.)   Michael Rott 96
7.)   Alan Truesdale 90
8.)   Jacob Burton 84
9.)   Kyle Leos 81
10.)   Dan Wisemantle 69
11.)   Adam Brkovic 66
12.)   Bryan Jenkins 66
13.)   Matt Jakusz 60
14.)   Robert Wright 60
15.)   Aris Pashos 55
16.)   Peter Sakoulos 54
17.)   Thomas Rafac 54
18.)   Danny Tejero 51
19.)   D. J. Eskra 51
20.)   Jackson Buzea 48
21.)   Mark Onstad 46
22.)   Billy Stubbs 45
23.)   James Stegmann 45
24.)   Ron Huebner 45
25.)   Ryan Barcas 45
26.)   Tim Guajardo 45
27.)   Donald Geel 39
28.)   Brian Cantrell 33
29.)   Dan Wawerski 33
30.)   Joe Heinen 33
31.)   Mark Hoffman 33
32.)   Kyle Hiller 27
33.)   Aaron Crombie 24
34.)   Phil Ash 24
35.)   Tyler Seddon 24
36.)   Adam Peterson 21
37.)   Alan Serafiniak 18
38.)   Matt Kentner 18
39.)   Brad McCarthy 15
40.)   Kevin Rosenkranz 12
41.)   Michael Cellini 12
42.)   Dan Meyer 9
43.)   Jacob Dunne 9
44.)   Justin Cutter 6
45.)   Ken Sherlock 6
46.)   Michael Dugan 6
47.)   Tim Clabby 6
48.)   Patrick Johnson 3
49.)   Shawn McCarthy 3
50.)   Ryan Norton - 3



Mike Stahulak and John Marren fight for top honors, with Mike holding a strong lead of 21 points. And the difference between 10th and 27th is only 30 points.

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