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$Dollar$ wrote:I hope to make both days, but will definitely be there for dubs!
Bhuff wrote:Rnance7 wrote:ohhhhh yeeahhhh, definitely count me for this one Mash
mixed dubs? I'll bring Leanne, you bring your wifey.
almost wrote:When will we know the format? Details please
$Dollar$ wrote:I feel this event needs some crazy CTP action. In the tradition of Fright Flight and Monty Dubs, I'd say a CTP on every hole is good for the soul.
Matthew- Thanks for going the extra mile as a TD and blowing it out for Meeks Madness this year. I have to work Saturday, but WE ARE gonna make the long haul up on Sunday!
The only question now, is should we find a puppysitter for Dobby or bring him as a mascot/distraction?
Sign up Pros, don't be scared of getting beat by a lady!
D-Wiz wrote:Player's list now available (top post). Unless something changes with the PDGA later on, the registered players list will not show current ratings or current membership status.
Teams must play in the division of the highest rated player. If an advanced player (over 935) teams up with an intermediate player, the team must play up to advanced.
Go ahead and save the bagger talk, because if someone's rating falls within the appropriate PDGA division, you really have no case to heckle.
However, if you notice anyone that is not self-policing, help a TD out since player ratings are not automatically listed.
Rich Meade wrote:Having a team with an 882 and a 937 rated player in advanced was ridiculous.
gvan wrote:Steve Adams wrote:Matt,
I really liked the alternate pin placements on 3 & 5.
Where were the pins? I sure wish I could have been there.
Rich Meade wrote:@Gerrit... The ratings from singles aren't really indicative of the rating I would have gotten on the long course...
I'd say the rec tees we played were a good 1500- 2000ft shorter than the pros we played in doubles...
Recs had Only 2 holes over 300'.
Rnance7 wrote:I had a great time at the tournament mashburn, and look forward to jumping in on the singles action next year..Golf isn't a sport of perfection, and there are those days when you just aren't "feeling it." Getting DFL doesn't bother me at all, but rather builds character instead. At the end of the day, who can complain about spending a day at the park with friends throwing discs?!? Sure the tournament got frustrating at times, but that happens...its golf...Speaking for myself only, I think the DFL in advanced is much more honorable than missing cash in intermediate...IMO
@Rich- You da man
@D-Wiz- You da man
Love you guys
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