Randy Moore Sr. Int 72 72 144 Matt Walter Int 68 64 132 Kester Jeffers Int 48 56 104 Mike Thompson Int 56 36 92 Eric Fite Int 76 76 Cory Clements Int 20 56 76 Nathan Taylor Int 68 68 Kent Hengels Int 68 68 Jeff Reardon Int 64 64 Gabe Guerrero Int 60 60 Robert Hatch Int 56 56 Justin Teller Int 56 56 Chasen Birdies Gowan Int 56 56 Brandon Rosch Int 56 56 Steve Vose Int 48 48 Dan Janes Int 48 48 Robert Radtke Int 4 36 40 Elmer Mueller Int 36 36 Jesse Tackett Int 32 32 Tyler Seddon Int 28 28 Todd Paraday Int 28 28 J.P.Kelhman Int 28 28 Adam Hatch Int 28 28 Tyler Marrero Int 20 20 John Marren Int 20 20 Patrick Haaker Int 16 16 Nicholas Cellini Int 16 16 Jason Rosillo Int 12 12 Shane Mytnik Int 8 8 Bryan Pierce Int 8 8 Max Diaz Int 4 4
We'll be running a special match play tournament (probably in September) from the shop this year. To qualify, you must be one of the top 16 in points earned at an Aces and Chains tournament this year in one of the main 5 divisions (Novice, Rec, Int, Adv, and Open). Points add up from each Aces and Chains tournament you play in. (other divisions - see below....I haven't left you out.)
If you qualify, you will be invited to play in the match play tournament in your division. This will be a single elimination (ie: sudden death) tournament. Entry fee will be $10. The winner in each division will get the cash, and their name engraved on a trophy/plaque that will be permanently hung in the shop. Each year, a new winner will be added to the same trophy/plaque.
Divisions other than the main 5 will still be able to participate. The number of entrants in each division will be based on the number of players who have earned points in that division. This will be determined after The Wild West 2011. Winners from divisions other than the main 5 will get the cash (entry fees for the AC Finals from their division), and a small trophy to take home.
This is meant to be a thank you to all the players who come out to play in an Aces and Chains tournament this year. It will be non-sanctioned, and all entry fees go straight back out as cash prizes. Hopefully, this will add an extra element of fun and competition to the tournaments this year.
Aces and Chains is proud to present, the second annual Chain Reaction tournament, this time at West Park.
Two rounds of 25+ holes at West Park, for a total of 50+ holes in this tournament. Barring any issues, round one will be from the short tees, and round two from the long tees. Registration/Check in will be by hole one both days.
Registration is open at http://www.acesandchains.com/node/440 and will be available till 8pm the Friday before the tournament. You can also register in person at Aces and Chains Disc Golf Pro Shop - 1706 W. Jefferson St, Joliet. Registration will be available at the shop during store hours thru Friday 6/24. Assuming we have spots left, registration will be open from 7:45am-8:45am on tournament day, but there is a $10 fee to register the day of. So please, make it easy on my team and pre-register......you'll save yourself $10 in the process!
Novice Intermediate Pro Open
Jr. Divisions Recreational Advanced
Cost is $30. $10 extra if you are not a current PDGA member. CTP = $3, Ace = $2.
Players meeting at approx 9:15am, and Tee off at approx. 9:30am.
I'd like to provide a replacement basket for Channahon. I'm thinking that 6 could use a new basket, but you're welcome to use it wherever you like. Another option would be to use it for 11 (so you can keep the temp basket in the ground while you work on it.) and then put the temp from 11 in place of 6.
I plan to get this basket by the end of the month. It'll be a Discraft Chainstar.
Thanks to Larry Pennuto for bringing out an extra temp basket. When I called him at 8:30am, it was obvious I woke him up. And yet, a short time later, he was walking up with the rest of the basket I needed. Thanks for the extra effort Larry!
I'd also like to thank Nugget, Joe, Brandon, and my team for helping me unload, setup, break down, and load the car. Jobs that are often taken for granted, but with my bad back, they are greatly appreciated!
To everyone else that offered a kind word or a lending hand, thank you!
Just another quick thank you to Frank and Ellen for saving the tournament!
The course looked great, and the weather held out for us. All in all it was a beautiful day! Frank stopped by for a bit and we had a nice conversation. Too bad you weren't there to hear the roar of applause for you and Ellen at the players meeting Frank. It was enthusiastic to say the least.
I'd also like to thank my team: Cory Clements, Jason Riley, Jon Boster, and Kaylee Barbosa. I know I can count on each and every one of them. Without them, I couldn't run the tournaments smoothly.
It was a great day, and I hope everyone had a good time out there!
A HUGE thank you goes out to Frank Grimes and Ellen Macuiba (of the Channahon Park District) for their help saving my Shot Down in Flames tournament. My permit at Shorewood was denied today.....two days before the tournament.
When I called Frank to ask if I could move it to Channahon, he didn't hesitate. I know this creates some extra work for you Frank, and you were probably switching gears in your head as I was asking you for the favor. Yet, you didn't hesitate to save my butt. A heaping helping of gratitude from me Frank. I owe you. I told Ellen, and I'll tell you when I see you......I'd like to pay back the favor. If you need something for the course, please let me know. It could be a new basket, or something as simple as some dirt and cement. Whatever it is, there will come a time you want to do something and no one will provide the funds. Please come see me and let me repay this favor.
And when I spoke to Ellen, she was a total class act. Had me set up within a few minutes with a pavillion on the hill. So again, a HUGE thanks from me for helping me out and making this tournament possible. I really do appreciate it and I'm sure all the players do to.
I have big news........HUGE news. Frankly, you're not going to believe it.
The Village of Shorewood denied my park permit today.
I want to give a HUGE thanks to Frank Grimes and Ellen Macuiba at the Channahon Park District for saving this tournament and allowing me to move it over to Channahon. Frank, as always, a huge thank you from me for switching gears and allowing me to put the tournament at Channy. I know this creates some work for you that you weren't counting on, and you were a class act when I called you to ask the favor. Ellen, I can't tell you how much of a relief it was when you agreed to give me the permit for Channy. Both of you save me, and my tournament, and I won't forget it!
Sorry, I was skipping the text in the middle and I truncated that part too. Of course I recognized that you were thanking my team as well, but I wanted to say a little bit about each team member.
Frank does great work. Just sat on the bench for 16 last night......ahhhhhhh. Nice to relax after that long walk (back and forth across the fairways.....my throws weren't so good last night. Lol) I am amazed at how much work Frank finds time to do at Channahon. There is no way I could keep up with this guy.
So many people do the work for us. It's hard to mention them all in a post. But I do remember them always. Frank, Gary, Jesse, Darrin, Jason & Jason, Dean, Ray, Mike......the list could go on and on. Keep up the good work guys!