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2008 LSDiscs Open Sunday July 13th Topeka, Kansas

Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 8:45 am
by carlbren21
2008 LSDiscs Open
Sunday, July 13th
2 rounds (Lake Shawnee)
9:30 players meeting @ Lake Shawnee Disc Golf Course, 10:00am Start

Open Divisions- $40
Advanced Divisions-$30
Intermediate-$25
Beginner-$20
Ace Fund-$5
Must be at least 3 participants to open a division.

Winner of the Am Division with the most entrants will receive a free Discatcher Traveler Basket.

CTP, Long Drive, and Run for Roses Contests

All AM entrants will receive a t-shirt and towel with entry.



If anyone is interested in sponsoring a hole, I will post your info/logo on the tournament handouts and also on the hole sign. 1 hole will be $15 or 2 holes for $20.

DDDC members get $5 off entry
Non-PDGA


For more information call:
Bren Nordgren 785-608-8688, or carlbren@sbcglobal.net, or pm me.

More info to come....

Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 9:08 am
by smitty
Will the entire tourney be at Lake Shawnee on the normal course?

Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 10:07 am
by carlbren21
Yes. We will be adding several new holes (20 total holes) to the original course and/or modifying the original holes to make it play a little tougher for the first round. The second round will be played backwards from the teepads. Example= hole 18 tee pad to 16 basket, 17 pad to 15 basket, etc.... Both courses will be more challenging than the normal birdie or die lake course...

Posted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:21 pm
by girlgolfer
Is this also the tourny that is part of the Sunflower State Games?

Posted: Fri Jun 20, 2008 9:49 am
by carlbren21
No. The sunflower state games is the following two weekends. Hope to see you at the lake on the 13th!

Posted: Fri Jun 20, 2008 9:49 am
by carlbren21
No. The sunflower state games is the following two weekends. Hope to see you at the lake on the 13th!

Posted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 11:44 pm
by iqbal
Sweet, I've never played Lake Shawnee backwards. That sounds pretty cool. 8)

Posted: Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:55 am
by carlbren21
iqbal wrote:Sweet, I've never played Lake Shawnee backwards. That sounds pretty cool. 8)


I like it! It plays about 5 strokes harder that normal lake. You can still shoot under, but definately more challenging.

Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 10:26 am
by carlbren21
carlbren21 wrote:Yes. We will be adding several new holes (20 total holes) to the original course and/or modifying the original holes to make it play a little tougher for the first round. The second round will be played backwards from the teepads. Example= hole 18 tee pad to 16 basket, 17 pad to 15 basket, etc.... Both courses will be more challenging than the normal birdie or die lake course...


There will be some alterations to this format concerning location of the teepads. All of these will be covered in the players meeting, and everyone should get notes and a map to follow. Hope to sell you all there!

Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 5:22 pm
by mrsenortyler
So it's two rounds of 20 holes? Once forward, and once backward?

Posted: Wed Jul 09, 2008 7:42 am
by carlbren21
mrsenortyler wrote:So it's two rounds of 20 holes? Once forward, and once backward?
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At this point it will be 20 first, 18 second. I will post any changes if any are made.

Look Out Lake Shawnee . . .

Posted: Wed Jul 09, 2008 9:07 pm
by PETRIE
because here I come and I'm bringing back up!

Okay, enough of the silly talk. This will be my fist tournament so I'm pretty excited about making the trek to T-Town, The Capital City, etc.

Do you guys have any guess of how many people will be participating Sunday?

No matter what my crew is going to have a good time in our first ever tourney (okay, one guy might have played in a tourney before).

Posted: Thu Jul 10, 2008 8:49 am
by carlbren21
To tell you the truth, I'm not sure how many will be there. We don't have pre-registration for this one. I'm glad to hear that you will make this your first tourney! Where are you coming from?

Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 11:14 am
by Mace Man
Phil Schmidt has a small selection of KDGA discs for the members. If you have not received your KDGA Disc that goes along with the KDGA membership pack see him.

Posted: Mon Jul 14, 2008 10:01 am
by carlbren21
Thanks to everyone for coming out to our tournament.... even though I couldn't be there :cry: All in all, it ran very smoothly with 42 people showing up. There was an ace hit on probably the most improbable hole on the course (16 pad to fourteen basket) by Josh Luinstra.... but he didn't pay the ace fund :x :x :x :x Anyway, here are the results and hope to see all of you at Pomona!

Open

Ryan Orton- 103
Chris Smith- 104
Kevin (Fuzzy Duds) Babbit- 104
Hans Coleman- 105

Rudy Gamino- 106
Randy Brown- 107
Crispin Carrasco- 109

Kyle Roadcap- 110
Iqbal Jehan- 114
Leo Daprato- 114
Todd Hilrichs- 122

Advanced

Nils Nordgren- 113
William Marshall- 114
Bo Carrasco- 116
Phillip Schmidt- 118

Deva Bonnel- 118
Robert Uitts- 133

Advanced Master

Tom Thompson- 127
Thad Pultz- 127
Charles Dickinson- 128
Darren Boaz- 128

Intermediate

Lee Allen- 120
Joey Collins- 122
Shane Crisler- 124
Josh Luinstra- 125

Richard Marshall- 127
Juergen Greve- 129
Neil Killian- 129
Nick Tobobban- 129
Elliot Hicks- 130
Chris Tyler- 130
Josh Case- 134

Drew Hansen- 134
Mike Butler- 142

Beginner

Charles Dickinson Jr.- 136
Josh McRae- 138
Frosty Hicks- 139
Tim Newcomb- 141
Rick Fusaro- 145
Chris Harrington- 146
Jonathan Harrington- 165

Advanced Women

Sarah Wilkerson- 137