KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby smitty » Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:24 pm

No online reg. in the past, and doubt that it will be happening this year either.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby Schoen-hopper » Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:42 pm

Don't think the event has ever filled, but Jeff and Bill would probably make it work even if it did.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby kscustom » Sat Feb 12, 2011 2:03 pm

So it's show and go! Sweet i plan on attending, sounds like a good time
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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby discscout » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:14 am

Entry fees will be the same as last year: Open men $35. Open Women, Master and GM $30. Advanced $35. AmII and Am Master and Am GM and Am Women $25. Novice and Jr $20. These fees include a $2 KDGA fee, $1 ace fund and $5 taken out to fund the scholarship. There are at least 60 trophies this year which we want to give to the best 60 players for the $5.
Additional fees: You may purchase 5 mulligans for $5. Individually they are $2. They can be used anytime, anywhere. Lunch will be offered for sale or you can bring your own. There will also be merchandise for sale.
Winfield rules will be in effect. Two throws on first tee each round. (Second throw aces count only toward score). Discs on top of the chain assembly count. If you don't have to release the disc from your hand to get it in the basket, it can be picked up by anyone. Face mask putts count.
Hope to see a lot of people there to help support this scholarship. I am certain the students that received past awards are grateful.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby smitty » Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:26 pm

discscout wrote:Winfield rules will be in effect............................................... Face mask putts count.



Is this in effect on all putts? If so, not exactly a Winfield Rule.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby Schoen-hopper » Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:28 pm

He's probably taking about putts that stick in the cage, not those that just hit the cage.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby discscout » Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:39 am

That's right. If it sticks in the cage. As we all know, the PDGA has outlawed those putts as counting. It was a bad putt in the first place so why get rewarded? I see it as a flaw in the basket design or the allowance of too flexible a disc or a steriod user but that is not the point. If the basket in anyway keeps the disc off the ground; it is a good putt at this tournament.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby disclizard » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:48 am

ok thats understandable. But why on top of the chain assembly ? sure i know its keeping the disc from hitting the ground . but not because of design flaw. Shouldn't we be teaching and conditioning people to play by the same rules and regulations that they would have to play if they were playing a PDGA tourney? It doesn't make it any more or less fun. It just confuses the average player next time he/she plays a sanctioned event.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby Schoen-hopper » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:57 am

The event is about having fun and helping to raise money for the scholarship fund. I know a lot of folks from Winfield have supported the event and the fund since the beginning, so it sounds like this is just a gesture from Bill to show appreciation. I don't think anyone will get confused. Unless we are using the "reach out and grab shots that are so bad they roll back to the tee pad so we can get a free re-throw" Winfield rule.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby disclizard » Fri Mar 18, 2011 12:09 am

yeah I love that one !!! first time i heard of that one was at the frizz, I thought WTH is up with that? LOL If i can make it i'll be there though . Love to play new courses that I have never played.
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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby discscout » Fri Mar 18, 2011 8:37 am

OOPS- Forgot that one. This tourney is about fun. While we do pay normal payouts after the "donation" to the scholarship is taken out; we try to give everyone a winners trophy for being there and helping the cause. Not always possible but the majority get a thank you "trophy". And these aren't your average trophies. Can't find them in any store.
For those first timers; the address is (I think) 15535 Tawakoni Rd. From the light at Andover and Kellogg go 5 miles south to 150th (This is 47th south in Sedgwick Cty) turn east (left) go 4 miles to Tawakoni. Turn south (right) and 5/8 mile on the left. You will see the signs at the drive.
Normal start time. This is one place I try to deviate from Winfield rules. Players meeting at 9:45 means 9:45. Try to be early enough to sign up prior.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby disclizard » Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:52 am

Is this course playable the day before the tourney ? In fact is this a permanate private course that people can play during the summer too?
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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby disclizard » Tue Mar 22, 2011 1:24 pm

disclizard wrote:Is this course playable the day before the tourney ? In fact is this a permanate private course that people can play during the summer too?

does no one know the answer to this? Would be nice to know if we can go out and see the course the day before, and also nice to know if we can play it again after the tourney.
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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby cfluty » Tue Mar 22, 2011 1:59 pm

Call the land owner and ask him if you can play it.

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Re: KDSSF Scholarship Tourney @ Tick Ranch

Postby disclizard » Tue Mar 22, 2011 2:23 pm

1) I have no Idea who that is. 2) I cain't use a phone because of my hearing lose. Thats why i thought i would ask on here. I figured that who ever is putting on the tourney would know or be able to find out .
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