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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« Last post by Disc71 on April 27, 2015, 12:57:30 PM »
Don’t forget we are at Knoch Knolls Park in Naperville this week with a 5:30 Start.
I’ll have maps.


A few changes:
Hole #1 we will be playing the original hole. The old tee pad is still there.
Hole #2 there will be a mando left of a marked tree down the original fairway.
Hole #3 we will be playing the old tee pad to the new basket.
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Only 5 more days to get the free t-shirt added to your players pack by registering early for First Flight presented by Axiom Discs. Anyone who registers after the end of April "only" gets 4 discs, a poster, and the players guide. Players who pre-register prior to May 1st get the free t-shirt in addition to the above. Please note that only the first 100 players to register will get the free t-shirt. We are currently at just over 70 players registered.

You can register at www.acesandchains.com


This will be a great event. 3 rounds over two days at The Canyons at Dellwood Park, Highland Park, and Channahon's Community Park. The players party Saturday night will feature free food to all registered players who attend. Current plan is to have chicken, subs, and pizza. We will also have a long drive competiton, and a putting competition open to registered players. Winner of each event gets a free Innova Sport basket! We will also have a raffle with some choice items.

As the biggest (and only) Ams only A-tier event in the Joliet area, you don't want to miss it.
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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« Last post by Disc71 on April 23, 2015, 08:55:28 AM »
NEW POINTS UPDATE
1st Half • April 1 – April 22, 2015 • Week 4

 
FIRST HALF POINTS
 

Pro/Adv
Hermosillo busts open an early 4-point lead
http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week4PROADV.pdf

Am/Nov
Cembala, Pashos & K.Seddon are all tied in the early going of the first half.
http://jtowndiscgolf.com/files/League/Week4AMNOV.pdf


See You Later,
Jesse

Next Week Knoch Knolls Park, Naperville!
5:30 Start


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Courses / Re: Community Park, Channahon
« Last post by Disc71 on April 23, 2015, 08:01:28 AM »
The course is in great shape! The actual course was almost completely dry and looked great! All water area levels are high.
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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« Last post by Disc71 on April 23, 2015, 07:45:33 AM »
WEEK 4 - April 22, 2015
First Half #4
Community Park, Channahon, IL


TEES
18 Holes - Short Tees - Par 54
The course is in great shape and it looks beautiful!
 
CONDITIONS
It was a winter type night with temps only around 46-48 degrees all night. The wind was blowning ridiculousy hard all night. All water area levels were up. The course was almost completely dry and looked great! 

NOTES
 
• Tom “Tomás” MMM Matesavac & Chris “Crispy” Brenholtz shoot a fantastic round of 41 (-13) to easily capture the victory.   

 • Kory “El Nino” Seddon & Marc “The Mailman” Post easily take down the Am/Nov Division. They shot a great round of 45 (-9). Two wins in a row for Kory!   

 • Shout out to Dave Kocuiba, Tom Matesevac, Aris Pashos and anyone else that helped out last night.

• J-Town One Disc Challenge will be Friday June 5 at West Park.
For more info click link.
http://jtowndiscgolf.com/SMF1/index.php?topic=1070.msg5676#msg5676


PLAYERS
43 Players
18 PRO/ADV     25 AM/NOV
 
 
TOP THREE
PRO/ADV

Matesevac & Brenholtz take the top honors. They end up taking home 50 bucks each and take a big jump on the leader board with 4-points. In second place shooting a great round of 42 (-12) were Leo Borowski & Al Hermosillo. This is Al’s third second place finish in four weeks. Dana Vicich & Cody Schmook take third place shooting a great round of 44 (-10). They split 24 bucks.

TOP THREE
AM/NOV

Seddon & Post take the top honors. They end with 4-points and $31 each in their pockets. We had a tie for second with the teams shooting nice rounds of 46 (-8). Tyler Seddon & Kyle Leos win the ctp on hole 1 to take the second place. They end up taking home $16.50 each. Aris Pashos & Kurtis S. take third and split 20 bucks.


CTPS
Brian Kevish - CTP Party Fund hole #3= $33
Randy Moore Jr. - CTP Party Fund hole #5 = $33
Tom Matesevac - CTP Tournament Fund hole #15 = $34
Mick McGowan - CTP CFR Disc hole #18

ACES
Mick “The Irishman” McGowan skip aces hole #18 = $69
Aris “The Greek” Pashos blows up the basket on hole #1 = $69
 
BIG MONEY NIGHT
Pro/Adv
Tom Matesevac wins first place in the PRO/ADV and hits a ctp to take home $84 for the night.
Am/Nov
Aris Pashos takes third place in the AM/NOV division and hits an ace. Aris takes home $79 for the night.

Next Week -KNOCH KNOLLS PARK, NAPERVILLE
WE ARE BACK TO 5:30 STARTS
DON’T FORGET 4:30 REGISTRATION

See You Later,
Jesse
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Leagues & Tourneys / 7th J-Town One Disc Challenge
« Last post by Disc71 on April 23, 2015, 07:39:50 AM »
7th J-Town One Disc Challenge
West Park Short Tees
1 Round of 24 or 27 Holes
Friday June 5, 2015
Registration Closes at 5:45 P.M. Start about 6:00 P.M.


An IL State Fundraiser.
$5 from each entry will go towards the
33rd Illinois State Disc Golf Championships on July 18 & 19, 2015.



• Choose & declare (with group) ONE disc for the round. For each time you lose your disc you can declare another disc with a 2-stroke penalty. If you throw the wrong disc it’s a 2-stroke penalty for each throw.

• Multiple Free CTP holes will be set-up.

Open      $20.00   1 Trophy
Advanced   $15.00   1 Trophy
Amateur   $15.00   1 Trophy   
Women     $15.00      1 Trpohy

Top 1/3 will receive MONEY!
NON-SANCTIONED

$2.00  ACE FUND (optional)
$3.00  50/50 CTP (optional)

For More Information Contact:  Jesse Saenz Jr. (630) 759-6818 or disc71@comcast.net
Check out  jtowndicgolf.com  for more local & regional Disc Golf information
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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Random Draw Doubles Fundraiser • Saturday April 18
« Last post by Disc71 on April 22, 2015, 08:27:46 AM »
Cool event! Nice work!
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Courses / Community Park, Channahon
« Last post by Disc71 on April 22, 2015, 08:26:32 AM »
Does anyone have any course condition updates? Is it wet?
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Overall Series Website: www.illinoisopenseries.com
Pre-Registration: http://www.paperorplasticsports.com/2015/2015ios68.html
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/824246024308240/846208765445299/
Current Registration: Saturday / Sunday

TOURNAMENT FORMAT:
Singles - 2 rounds of at least 21-holes from concrete tees. Temp holes will be played from grass or pavement tees. Number of holes subject to change depending on weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances. All divisions will play the same tees and basket locations for both rounds. 1st round will play from short tees, 2nd round from long tees.

REGISTRATION/CHECK-IN (note new times!):
7:30-8:30 AM, Players Meeting: 8:45 AM, Tee Time shortly thereafter. There will be a 1 hour break for lunch. If you do not check in by the appointed time, there is a possibility that your spot will be given up to another player!

ENTRY FEES/DIVISIONS:

Save $5 off the prices below when you pre-register!
Saturday Divisions (5/2/15)
MPO Open Men - $55.00
MA2 Intermediate - $35.00
MA4 Novice - $35.00

Save $5 off the prices below when you pre-register!
Sunday Divisions (5/3/15)
MPM Masters - $55.00
MPG Grandmasters - $55.00
FPO Open Women - $55.00
MA1 Advanced - $35.00
MM1 Adv Masters - $35.00
MG1 Adv Grandmasters - $35.00
MS1 Adv Sr Grandmasters - $35.00
FA1 Advanced Women - $35.00
FA2 Intermediate Women - $35.00
MA3 Recreational - $35.00
FA3 Recreational Women - $35.00
MJ1 Junior - $25.00 (trophy only)

1/2 In For Pros - $30
Trophy Only for Am's - $25
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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Random Draw Doubles Fundraiser • Saturday April 18
« Last post by srachan on April 18, 2015, 06:37:26 PM »
Thanks to all who came out to support Highland today at our fundraiser event. We had 20 players out there (and 1 at West Park) and have raised a whopping $400 towards getting new baskets at Highland Park ($240 from entry, $100 from ctp donation, $40 from Aris Pashos, $20 from Thor). Today's breakdown:
-$25 entry
--$10 to payouts
--$10 to Highland
--$5 to (2) 50/50 ctps and Ace fund

Extra $5 donation, which went straight to Highland, for the chance to shoot at every ctp. We had 19 different ctp's. One on each hole with a bonus "second shot" ctp on hole 17. Of those ctp's, there consisted 27 items that included discs, shirts, towels, cups, beer, and cash. We could not have done that without the help of our players. 12 of those 27 items were donated by players who could not even play today, how awesome is that? I'd like to give a huge  thank you for everyone who donated towards this cause.
(Biggest sponsors, both could not play)
-Thor - 4 discs, 2 shirts, and $20 towards Highland
-Ryan Fancher/Unstable disc golf gear - 2 shirts, 2 towels, water bottle
-Kevin Schramm, Adam Brkovic and Mike Stahulak (Zephyrs of America), and Jeff Kinsela all donated.
-Aris Pashos and Steve Rachan donated the other 10 ctps.

I need to give a huge shout out to Aris Pashos for making this event happen. Aris was the man behind the scenes and with the plan to make this event run great. Him and his fiance made some sweet trophies for the top 3 teams. On top of all the time, work, and ctps he donated he also threw in an extra $40 towards our fund. Aris, you're awesome man!

On top of raising these funds, we also brought garbage bags for our players to bring around as they went through the course. A ton of garbage was picked up today, I cannot wait to see how beautiful this course can get over the summer!

I will keep everyone updated with the financial report of where this $400 is going down to the penny, we will be as transparent as possible. To give everyone a rough idea of what the costs will be, check out this link to Discraft's pricing guide - http://www.discraft.com/pricing.html#chainstar. Sleeves: $17 ea, Locking Collar $9 ea, Baskets $353 ea (will be accoutned for). There will be at least 18 sleeves and collars bought (most likely 28 will be needed, details on this later). All of this does not account for cement, rebarb, welding, added protection/security. 

Keep an eye out for future work days! There is going to be a lot of improvements going on at Highland this year. Thanks again to everyone who came out and helped today!

-Steve Rachan
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