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Sanctioning Bag Tags

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kev:
For me, I think just competing for the lowest number tag is enough.  We are fortunate to have a variety of opportunities in the J-Town area for competition.  Many of them do include a chance to improve one's rating.

I personally enjoy the laid back atmosphere the bag tag league provides.  I don't feel as though every league/tourney or chance to play has to be at such a competitive level.

While I enjoy competition and plan my disc golf schedule with the competition in mind, I often don't have the opportunity to play a "casual" round...The bag tags provide that casual round for me.

I am not in favor of bag tags being a handicap league but in fairness I will say that if the $1 is an option and I can still participate in tags without being in the rating of the league, I would continue to play on Saturday mornings.  If it was mandatory, I would probably discontinue playing in the bag tag league as I already play in the Tuesday night Handicap league.

Just my 2 cents.

Kevin

freezermink:
I would be in favor of the sanctioning with two stipulations...

1. You have the choice to opt out of the sanctioning for any given week.  Some weeks or at some courses, weather etc I may not feel like having a round rated, but I would like to play for tags.

2.  There is a minimal amount of paperwork/time involved for Aaron.  I am more than willing to help out with the load if there is any, but if it becomes a chore than it may not be worth the trouble.

Mcfrolfer:

--- Quote from: freezermink on February 28, 2013, 09:09:57 AM ---I would be in favor of the sanctioning with two stipulations...

1. You have the choice to opt out of the sanctioning for any given week.  Some weeks or at some courses, weather etc I may not feel like having a round rated, but I would like to play for tags.

2.  There is a minimal amount of paperwork/time involved for Aaron.  I am more than willing to help out with the load if there is any, but if it becomes a chore than it may not be worth the trouble.

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Agreed.

On another note, any idea if/when sat tags will be moved to a different day?

blackandwhite:
or about how long it would take to get squared away with the PDGA to get the sanctioning started

aaron49423:

--- Quote from: Mcfrolfer on February 28, 2013, 10:08:36 AM ---
--- Quote from: freezermink on February 28, 2013, 09:09:57 AM ---I would be in favor of the sanctioning with two stipulations...

1. You have the choice to opt out of the sanctioning for any given week.  Some weeks or at some courses, weather etc I may not feel like having a round rated, but I would like to play for tags.

2.  There is a minimal amount of paperwork/time involved for Aaron.  I am more than willing to help out with the load if there is any, but if it becomes a chore than it may not be worth the trouble.

--- End quote ---


Agreed.

On another note, any idea if/when sat tags will be moved to a different day?

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Saturday tags will remain on Saturday.  I have a schedule ready for spring.  Tuesday night handicap also plays for tags.

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