There was a lot of movement in the Intermediate division.
1.) Randy Moore Sr. 256 2.) Kester Jeffers 204 3.) Cory Clements 176 4.) John Marren 164 5.) Mike Thompson 144 6.) Jacob Burton 142 7.) Matt Walter 132 8.) Justin Teller 108 9.) Aris Pashos - 106 10.) Jesse Tackett 104 11.) Tim Guajardo 89 12.) Eric Fite 76 13.) DJ Eskra 75 14.) John Boyd 72 15.) Kent Hengels 68 16.) Nathan Taylor 68 17.) Jeff Reardon 64 18.) Gabe Guerrero 60 19.) Brandon Rosch 56 20.) Chasen Birdies Gowan 56 21.) Robert Hatch 56 22.) Rudy Spiller 56 23.) Dan Janes 48 24.) Steve Vose 48 25.) Matt Cook 40 26.) Rob Wright 40 27.) Robert Radtke 40 28.) Elmer Mueller 36 29.) Scott Brozenec - 32 30.) Adam Hatch 28 31.) J.P. Kelhmann 28 32.) Mark Santa Maria 28 33.) Todd Paraday 28 34.) Tyler Seddon 28 35.) Brian Davis - 24 36.) Daniel Pastore 20 37.) Tyler Marrero 20 38.) Nick Biebel 20 39.) Robert Huebner 20 40.) Eric Mademann - 20 41.) Nicholas Cellini 16 42.) Patrick Haaker 16 43.) Jason Rosillo 12 44.) Jenny Cook 12 45.) Bryan Pierce 8 46.) Lauren Lakeburg 8 47.) Shane Mytnik 8 48.) Max Diaz 4 49.) J.D. Boone - 4
Randy Moore Sr. has been on a tear all year long. Sitting 52 points above second place, his lead is nearly insurmountable. But can he win 5 match play rounds in a row to bring it home? This Intermediate field looks very tight, with the difference between 12th and 22nd being only 20 points, anything can happen.
No changes to Pro, AGM, GM, or the Women's divisions.
1.) Jon Boster 175 2.) Jason Riley 145 3.) Ben Carrescia 110 4.) Elmer Mueller - 91 5.) Steven Jacobs 90 6.) Jeremy Buzea 75 7.) Kyle Chapman 65 8.) Mike Conlee 65 9.) Kenny Glassman 65 10.) Matt Travis 60 11.) Michael Austin 55 12.) Matt Preston 55 13.) Kris Linscott 50 14.) Nathan Nelson 50 15.) Keith Kowalczyk 45 16.) Ryan Gavrick 45 17.) Zach Zandstra 45 18.) Tafe Hemler 45 19.) Lee Nusbaum 35 20.) Anthony Ippolito 30 21.) Mike Sale 30 22.) Ryan Buikema 30 23.) Scott Murphy 20 24.) Brett Lakin 15 25.) Scott Slugarski 10 26.) Du Zandstra 5
A wide spread of points thru the top three of Jon Boster, Jason Riley, and Ben Carrescia. Looks like the 16th spot in Advanced could be highly contested. The difference in points between 6th and 18th is only 30 points. With 16th place at 45 points, anyone could still get in the finals.
Deuces Wild points are finally up on the PDGA. New points totals for each division listed below. There is only one tournament left to pad your totals: The Wild West 2011 at Westpark in Joliet IL on August 27th & 28th.
Please note that if you move up to a higher division, you can still use the points earned in the lower division to qualify for match play in the higher division. (You cannot use points earned in a higher division toward play in a lower one.) That way, there is no penalty for moving up.
As soon as Deuces Wild gets fixed on the PDGA site, I will update this list again.
Need to pad your totals? We only have one tournament left - The Wild West at West Park on August 27th & 28th.
I'm going to try something new to encourage pre-registration. I will be adding at least 3 free CTPs for everyone who pre-registers. If I get a lot of pre-registrations, I'll add more. I have some beautiful Supercolor Buzzz's and Roc +'s that I will donate for CTPs. Mike Kursell's "Zombie Bandit" artwork is on these, and they came out great. That's a $25 value for each FREE CTP. I may add a shirt or two if I do more than three CTPs.
So, pre-register and have even more fun!
Now, here's the official info:
West Park - August 27th & 28th - The Wild West 2011
Two rounds of 24+ holes thru mature oak trees and elevation changes. Come out and see why West Park is a local's favorite. First round shorts, and second round long tees. Players meeting at approx. 9:15am and tee off at approx. 9:30am both days
Pre-registration is available until 8pm the Friday before the tournament, both at the shop (1706 W. Jefferson St., Joliet, IL) and online at the link above. Registration the day of the tournament is available from 8am-9am with a $5 walk up fee.
Novice Intermediate all Pro divisions
all Jr divisions all Women's divisions Recreational all Advanced divisions
Hope to see you all there. If you have any questions, post them here and I'll answer them.
Absolutely, Jesse's name should be on that list! He fits the description nicely. Not only does he make a good candidate this year, but he has a long history that fits this award description. Thanks for all the good times at doubles, and the quality ISDGC tournament every year!
I'd also like to plug for Dean Bingham: This guy does a lot behind the scenes that many disc golfers may be unaware of. I think most of us that frequent J-Town understand this, but it won't hurt to mention it here. I just seem to see his name mentioned on every project that gets done in the area. Glad to see you get nominated Dean!
Thor Batchelor has done a fantastic job over at Trinity Links this year. Amazing amount of changes that have made that course more interesting, and more challenging. Congrats on getting nominated Thor!
And then we have the dark horse.....Jason Poole. I say dark horse because Jason is so quiet. He's like Andre Johnson in the NFL.....indespensible to his team, but not the first name to come to mind because he's so quiet and unassuming. Great to see you get nominated Jason!
I've thought about this one a lot. The walk up fee is intended to encourage pre-registration. And I was tempted to stick to my original stance. It just makes the tournament run so much smoother when the majority of the players pre-register. So, before I announce any changes, let me just say this:
Please! If you can, please pre-register!
I've decided to compromise, and reduce the walk up fee to $5 for Deuces Wild. In addition, the first 5 players that offer to help with registration, or whatever else needs doing can get the fee waived.
I'm going to try this as a trial run. My intention is to make the walk up fee less painful, while improving the registration process. If this reduces the chaos in the morning, I may use this model going forward.
I'm also going to make a sign for the Pre-reg only line. Players who pre-reg will be able to walk up, sign their card, get their players pack and be done.
Hopefully, this will improve the process and the experience for everyone involved.
Pre-registration for Deuces Wild is open thru SATURDAY at 7pm. You may register online (see link above), or in person at the store (1706 W. Jefferson St., Joliet, IL.) My thanks to everyone who pre-registers!