Anthony Lake - Sept. 16th

Tournament information for KDGA Oz Tour events
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Postby iqbal » Sun Sep 16, 2007 8:42 pm

Did anyone lose a disc?

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Postby Schoen-hopper » Sun Sep 16, 2007 11:27 pm

I really wanted to play this one. How did it go?

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Postby 2K » Sun Sep 16, 2007 11:44 pm

It was actually a great tourney. James has done a FANTASTIC job with the course. It should be a bigger event next year :wink:

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Postby scarpfish » Mon Sep 17, 2007 10:09 am

I think we could have put discs in the drink on every hole yesterday, even the ones where we were shooting away from the water.
:shock:

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Postby Guyster » Mon Sep 17, 2007 10:23 am

I just wanted to thank everyone again for making the tournament a success. A thanks to Ron for putting the word out in Emporia and Hays the past few weeks, to Bob Decker for putting the word out to the Wichita league and to Smitty for all of the TD advice.

Thanks to all that donated discs; Smitty, Dennis, Ron, Eric.

Thanks to Kenan, Brad, and Cooper who all pitched in Saturday to help build the trail from 3 to 4 and also the alt placement for 3 back in the sticks. Two busted chainsaws and two broken weed-eaters later :shock: , but it looked great! A big thanks to Kenan, Brad and Joe for sacrificing their lunch break to get all the baskets set up for the 2nd round.

And to everyone that showed up, thanks for coming down. I'm working on a raised basket signature hole 18, as well as a few other modifications, so it should be even better next year, and probably less wind?!

If there are any artists out there, or if anyone has ideas for hot stamp art now that you've been on the course, PM me your ideas.

Finally, it was good to see old friends. If anyone is making a trip down over a weekend to play a round, let me know, and I'll join you! Take care.

-James 8)

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Postby disclizard » Mon Sep 17, 2007 10:25 am

Great course. I would love to get some people together and make a run down there again some weekend. Would love to play against the course and not against the wind. I dont think the scores from sunday reflect what the course really has to offer. I felt as if i wasnt competeing against the course or the other players but competeing against mother nature and all her hot air. Had a fun time though . Donated one disc to the gods of anthony lake.

I do wish more AM Masters would have shown up from wichita. even though i won the division it would have been cool to have more compitition in the division. great job smitty, scooba, tom, ring, and all the others that placed well .

james did great for putting on his first turney. look for this one to get bigger and bigger.

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Postby smitty » Mon Sep 17, 2007 5:08 pm

Guyster-

Could you post the final results. Mike will need them to figure the KDGA points.


Great job on all the new pin locations. You and your crew have done a ton of work.

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Postby Guyster » Mon Sep 17, 2007 10:12 pm

I went swimming Sunday night and only found 5 discs; 3 Z Flicks and a purple Hays tourny '06 disc belonging to Randy Mattingly and 1 Beast of Miranda's.

What I'm trying to say is that someone apparantly had pretty good luck fishing out wet discs before I could get to them. Is it common courtesy to give back discs when found? I know alot of discs went in Sunday and not returned.

What's the call on this one? :cry:

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Postby disclizard » Mon Sep 17, 2007 11:31 pm

If they have thier name or pdga# on the disk yes it is nice to return them. alot of people will even pay you for getting a good disc back. If there is no name or number but you know whos it is sure return it also. Un known discs though i would say its fair to say congrads on finding your self some discs .

Its totally up to the person finding them though.

I know the kids out there were looking for discs and fishing out what they could. lol . some day they will learn what its like to lose one and how cool it is to have one returned to them. I know when i get a favorite driver back that was lost i am so happy i have paid full price for them several times. lol

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Postby disclizard » Mon Sep 17, 2007 11:34 pm

if you find a bright neon green esp avenger in the midle of the lake by hole 12 i sure would pay for it. its brand new and hadent even put my name on it yet .. .lol i still havent learned to name the disc before useing it i guess.

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Postby Bangrrr » Tue Sep 18, 2007 5:36 am

I tossed a Red Tsunami in on #10, well I hit the tree and the tree dropped it in......
Throw some D's on it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Postby Guyster » Tue Sep 18, 2007 8:22 am

I will talk to the boys and if there are discs with names on them, I WILL get them back. Thanks for the heads-up.

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Postby Leo D. » Tue Sep 18, 2007 8:39 am

Guyster wrote: Is it common courtesy to give back discs when found?


Did I really just read this statement?

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Postby Guyster » Tue Sep 18, 2007 8:57 am

The results from the 1st Annual Anthony Lake Wind Challenge:

OPEN

1. Smitty 50 51 101
2. Scooba 50 53 103
3. Nathan Martin 51 53 104
4. Shan Mann 53 52 105
5. 2K 53 56 109
6. Beisner 62 61 123
7. Miranda 70 70 140

ADVANCED

1. Dustin McDaniel 57 61 118
2. Jeff Ring 58 61 119
3. Kenan Staples 57 64 121
4. Josh Hull 64 58 122
5. Crispin 61 63 124
6. Brad Rush 63 63 126
7. Bo Carrasco 61 65 126
8. Dale Boice 67 62 129
9. James Brown 70 62 132

MASTERS

1. Tom Vierthaler 58 60 118
2. Randy 64 62 126

AM MASTERS

1. Lizard 65 70 135
2. Joe Rush 86 82 168

NOVICE

1. Russ Horning 66 60 126
2. Otis 59 68 127
3. Charles Dickinson 61 69 130
4. Josh Luinstra 65 68 133
5. Andy Horning 70 66 136
6. Jed 72 68 140
7. Shane Crisler 69 74 143
8. Bob Bangrr 68 76 144
9. Scott Carpenter 78 71 149
10. Eric Maynor 79 76 155

JUNIOR

1. Scooter 67 70 137
2. Cooper 76 78 154
3. Sheldon 91 81 172
4. Bryant 98 100 198
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Postby Guyster » Tue Sep 18, 2007 9:03 am

Leo D. wrote:
Guyster wrote: Is it common courtesy to give back discs when found?


Did I really just read this statement?


Sarcasm........ I'm disappointed, I was planning on fishing out all of your discs and returning them. My bad


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