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J-Town Disc Golf Club / J-Town Disc Golf Club Meeting 11/9/15 5PM
« Last post by pooleje on November 03, 2015, 01:16:45 PM »
J-Town Disc Golf Club Meeting 38
11/9/15 5:00 PM
McDonalds – 4280 W Jefferson St, Joliet, IL 60431

1) Financials
2) Handicap League Awards
3) Saturday Bag Tags
4) 2016 Ice Bowl
5) Dan O Bag Raffle
6) Member Advocate Election
7) Open Q&A
Leagues & Tourneys / Lights After Dark Trinity Glow Doubles
« Last post by throwinrocs on November 02, 2015, 05:07:08 PM »
Mike Stahulak and Adam Brkovic Present to you:

"Lights after Dark" a Trindo Doubles Glow League.

Week 1: November 6th Trinity Links, Lockport
Sign in from: 6:30 P.M.-7:15 P.M 
Teeoff: 7:30 P.M.

One Division Pros/Ams
$12 All In
$8 towards Cash Payout
$3 Cash CTP (optional) $1 of this goes to a Trinity Links Course Fund
$1 ACE (optional)

This is a random draw doubles league playing for cash and points. With an overall winner that has the most points receiving a trophy after the 8 week season.

The following points will be awarded each week.
 1st place- 4 pts (per person)
 2nd place-3 pts (per person)
 3rd place- 2 pts (per person)
 Everyone else who shows up but doesn't place- 1 pt

Cash payouts will be determined by the number of players.

Lights will be placed on all of the baskets before the round starts.

We will have Led lights for sale which we encourage and highly recommend over glow tape. Especially with the possibility of snow this time of the year.

Led Lights will cost $3 for a pack of 2 lights, or 2 (2)packs of lights for $5. There will be blue, red, and green lights for sale.

We will also have snacks, hand warmers, and beverages for sale (Bottled Water as well as Bottles of Lagunitas beers to warm you up for the night!!!)

Everyone make sure to bring extra layers and dress accordingly as the temperature is starting to drop quickly this time of year.

We will have lights placed on all the baskets before the round.

If you have any questions or concerns you can contact me at mstahulak87@gmail.com

We can't wait to see all of you out there for this first week!
Leagues & Tourneys / Fall Festival!!!
« Last post by Frankie on October 28, 2015, 07:27:12 AM »
A tremendous job Jesse & crew did for the league picnic!!! I can't forget the women that did the cooking!!! Awesome to Everyone!!!
Leagues & Tourneys / Highland Halloween Open PDGA C-tier 10/31
« Last post by 26228 on October 27, 2015, 10:02:14 AM »
Highland Halloween Open
Highland Park, Joliet, IL
Check in/Register 7:30-8:45
Limit 72 Players
Player Mtg 9:00
2 Rounds of 18
All Am Divisions $30
All Pro Divisions $45
Add $10 if you are not a current PDGA Member
Optional $2 Ace Fund and $3 50/50
Payout 50% all divisions
3 Ways to sign up- In person with Dana, online at www.iregisteredonline.com or send a check to 24052 Lakeview Dr. Minooka, IL
TD Dana Vicich 815-575-1917 vicich@gmail.com

All White tees, except for Blues on 2,8,9,15. Rubber tee on 16.
Shoot The Breeze / Re: Gary Lewis Achievement Award
« Last post by Mcfrolfer on October 22, 2015, 11:31:57 PM »
I'm extremely honored and humbled to receive the Gary Lewis Award. In the spirit of keeping things quick on Saturday, I would like to post my long winded speech here and on Facebook. I will of course have a shortened version for the event:

First off,  congratulations to my fellow recipient Dave Kociuba! I feel it's a great thing that there was two of us receiving this award. It shows how much the local community is growing and giving back.

I would like to thank Gary Lewis for not only having this award but for everything he does and has done to promote this sport. There would not be a strong community of disc golfers in this area if not for him. His endless hours of dedication has provided us all courses that we will enjoy for years to come.

The previous winners of this award have continued to remain great ambassadors to the sport in their own ways. But more then that they have inspired those around them, myself being one such person.

Frank Grimes got me into doing course work. From the first time we worked together there was a synergy between us that made the hard work fun. Thanks for being a great role-model.

Jesse and Darrin ran some of the first events I attended. The fun laid back atmosphere of their tourneys kept me coming back. This year I was asked to help with ILL State and had a blast. Thanks for all you guys do, behind the scenes, week after week, year after year for us to have a great time.

Mr. Poole. Prob the most active behind the scenes guy in the Joliet area, maybe the State? He runs bag tags during the winter, handicap during the summer. Helps with course work, is a J-town board member, helps with tournaments and the list goes on and on. I'm very lucky to have him to learn from. Thank you for being awesome.

Sean Callahan, I appreciate you being the first to nominate me this year. Your work at Dellwood is very impressive and I look forward to what you have in-store for the future. Your a passionate person that pushes the sport and the players forward.

I would like to thank my wife Kristi and brother Brad. I love you and thanks for putting up with me.

I would also like to thank Mike Flynn, his help with the Highland wood chip project was crucial.

Finally I would like to thank all of you, the Disc Golfing community. From the Pro to the Am, I have meet all types of players the past couple of years. The thing that always impresses me across the board is the generosity. Donations of cash, time and plastic are given out with almost no thought when a cause comes up. I'm proud to call myself a disc golfer.

Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2015 J-Town Fest
« Last post by Disc71 on October 20, 2015, 07:08:43 AM »

• The "Dan O" Distance Contest
• Koetz's Putting Contest
• Throw Through The Piñata, Sponsored by Mario Guzman and Jon Vargo
• The Gary Lewis Throw for the Pies, Sponsored by Dave Kociuba
• Kids Piñata, Sponsored by Mario Guzman and Jon Vargo
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2015 J-Town Fest
« Last post by Disc71 on October 15, 2015, 09:34:24 AM »
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2015 J-Town Fest
« Last post by Disc71 on October 15, 2015, 07:43:08 AM »

1.   All divisions are combined for the doubles round which will start between 11:00 and 11:30 am. You’ll have a great chance to pair up with one of the top pros in the area.
2.   Possible Womens only doubles if we have enough come out and sign up.
3.   Wives, girlfriends, kids, etc. are all welcome.
4.   Bring a lot of money for the huge raffle.
5.   Basket if you have one.
6.   A lot of money for raffles!
7.   Favorite mug  (Octoberfest!)
8.   A lot of money for raffles!
9.   Appetite.
10.   A speech if you won something.
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2015 SL Award
« Last post by Thor on October 08, 2015, 08:42:39 AM »
Shitty Luck Story.  Scotty Coyne and myself went out to Highland to clear the tree that fell on Hole 15.  Getting Scott's Truck stuck going into Snake road should have been a sign but we got it unstuck and down snake road.  After 3 hours of running the chainsaws the tree was cleared up and Scotty needed to get his truck out of snake road and got stuck again.  This time there was no getting him unstuck, he had to run out to the main road and flag down a big truck to come help him get out.  He got out but it only took us an extra hour, and he wouldn't let me drink beer during this time. 
Leagues & Tourneys / Re: J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League
« Last post by Disc71 on October 08, 2015, 07:05:07 AM »
J-Town Disc Golf Doubles League 2015

27 Weeks - April 1 - September 30, 2015
First Half April 1 - July 29
Second Half August 5 - September 30

West Park, Shorewood Park, Community Park, The Oaks, Trinity Links, Dellwood Park, Highland Park, The Round Barn and Knoch Knolls Park

70 plus Open/Adv
90 plus Am/Nov
Kory “El Nino” Seddon takes on and beats Shawn “ Big Smooth” Story in a glow round late last night at Shorewood. Kory shoots a great round of 47 (-7) to take second place for the second half. Shawn ends up shooting a nice round of 51 (-3) and takes third for the second half.

Dan “Mickey D” McMillin, Dylan “Orange Krush” Frederick and Aaron “Lets Cook” White played a thriller 18 holes at West Park yesterday. Frederick & White shoot nice rounds of 50(-4) while McMillin shoots a nice round of 51(-3). Aaron White ends up winning on the first hole of the playoff. He ends up taking the fourth and last spot for the second half.

• Pies for the Gary Lewis throw for the pies
• CTP Prizes
• Prizes for the raffle
• Mario Guzman & Jon Vargo have once again sponsored the pinatas.
Let me know if you can and thanks!

• Thanks Dave Kociuba for helping out for most of the year! 

• Also thanks to everyone who pitched throughout the year.

•Gary Lewis Achievement Award Winners!

• Don’t miss all the winners speeches at the
J-Town Fest 2015. Sam Adams Octoberfest and Miller Light will be on tap.

• SL Award has a winner!

1st -  Al “Lefty” Hermosillo
2nd - Kris “Big Hutt” Hutter
3rd - Anthony “Twan” Rodriguez
4th - Ryan “G-Unit” Gremillion

1st -  Mike “This Is My Year” Eichorst
2nd - Kory “El Nino” Seddon
3rd - Dan “Mickey D” McMillin
4th - Aris “The Greek” Pashos

1st - Kris “Big Hutt” Hutter
2nd - Al “Lefty” Hermosillo
3rd -  Ryan “G-Unit” Gremillion
4th - Tom “MMM The Tool Man”  Matesevac
1st - Mike “This Is My Year” Eichorst
2nd - Kory “El Nino” Seddon
3rd - Shawn “Big Smooth” Story
4th - Aaron “Lets Cook” White

1st - Al “Lefty” Hermosillo
2nd - Kris “Big Hutt” Hutter
3rd -  Ryan “G-Unit” Gremillion
1st - Mike “This Is My Year” Eichorst
2nd - Kory “El Nino” Seddon
3rd - Dan “Mickey D” McMillin

Bring lots of raffle money to the 2015 J-Town Fest Saturday October 24, 2015.

Wednesday April 6, 2016 next league night.

See You Later,
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