Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby smitty » Mon Aug 27, 2012 10:33 pm

Friz-Rocker wrote:
smitty wrote: and come with a free cold adult beverage.
I am also kind of kicking around the idea of heading to Pratt Friday afternoon and playing some golf then camping someplace close. Anyone interested in that?



Sure! Where can I plug in my amp?



Preferably in Wichita. :D

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Boomer9time » Mon Aug 27, 2012 10:38 pm

FYI, another masters player.
Marc Barnett that pre registered for am 2 would most likely want to play advanced masters if it is a possibility.
If and when Jeff Wheatcroft signs up he would be in the same boat and could play grand masters.

I might be interested in some friday golf. most likely would camp at home though.

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Doug » Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:47 pm

smitty wrote:
Doug wrote:Looking at the online registration, I didn't see an option for Amateurs or am I just not knowledgeable enough to interpret it right? I'm not good enough to compete with the big boys but may be able to make my schedule work to get me out there Saturday if there is an Amateur division.


Intermediate is the lowest Am division we are offering.


So if I can make it, I'll register as an Intermediate, receive a players pack and bonus disc since I'm an amateur. Can you give me an idea of what an Intermediate would throw at Oak or HH since I'm kinda of new and don't have a handicap yet?

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Schoen-hopper » Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:57 pm

If you were playing from half long / half short tees and the baskets were set half long, an 850 to 900 rated intermediate player might shoot about 12 or 13 over par 54 on average.
http://www.pdga.com/tournament_results/63138

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby smitty » Tue Aug 28, 2012 2:34 pm

Doug-

This is what you would get as an Intermediate Player, plus the chance to win several Intermediate only CTP prizes.




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DD has hooked it up for the players packs in Pratt! If you are playing it might be worth you time to preregister!

All PreReg-----Koozie and Dirt Bag

Advanced players-------ESP Buzzz/DX Roc or DriFit Tee

Am players-------ESP Buzzz/DX Roc, DriFit and Towel (plus the chance to win several CTP prizes for the AM division only)

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby smitty » Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:11 am

Looking like I will be in Pratt on Friday. I want to make sure the course is good to go. Corbin has also received permission to Camp at the course on Friday night. No Fires and pick up your trash was the word he got. It is going to be a full moon on Friday, Glow anyone.


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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby smitty » Wed Aug 29, 2012 5:38 pm

FW1 Mel Snodgrass
MA1 Adam Spexarth
MA2 Mike Bates
MA2 Jason Dahl
MA2 Dustin Swanson
MA2 Marc Barnett
MA2 Mike Unruh
MA2 Brian Thompson
MM1 Bale Dare
MPO Kidron Riner
MA1 Corbin Newland
MG1 Mark Newland
MA1 Cort Hughes

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Doug » Wed Aug 29, 2012 10:09 pm

Schoen-hopper wrote:If you were playing from half long / half short tees and the baskets were set half long, an 850 to 900 rated intermediate player might shoot about 12 or 13 over par 54 on average.
http://www.pdga.com/tournament_results/63138


Thanks to you and Smitty, I'm in along with a buddy of mine. We're looking forward to Saturday!

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby smitty » Thu Aug 30, 2012 7:00 am

FW1 Mel Snodgrass
MA1 Adam Spexarth
MA1 Corbin Newland
MA1 Cort Hughes
MA2 Mike Bates
MA2 Jason Dahl
MA2 Dustin Swanson
MA2 Marc Barnett
MA2 Mike Unruh
MA2 Brian Thompson
MA2 Ty Herrington
MA2 Codi Larmer
MA2 Doug Dick
MG1 Mark Newland
MG1 Jerry Sherwood
MM1 Bale Dare
MM1 BoeBo Larmer
MPO Kidron Riner

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Eaglehigh99 » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:41 am

Smitty:

Please count me as pre-registered. I don't have a PayPal account and it won't let me simply pay with a credit card.

Advanced Grandmasters please.

Thanks,
Bob

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby basket_case » Thu Aug 30, 2012 4:50 pm

Wow, this is a fantastic response. I haven't had much time to check the forum, but I was not expecting a 3 page thread.

A couple things I want to add:

1. There will be onsite lunch available for $5. Pulled pork sandwich, chips, cookie, and water bottle.

2. Free camping is available at Pratt Lake. There was a conflicting response from the city, so better to assume the answer is no to camping at the park.
I will post directions to the lake later tonight.


The course is coming along nicely and will be ready for doubles on Friday. The baskets are set up to play the pink course first.

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby smitty » Thu Aug 30, 2012 5:20 pm

FW1 Mel Snodgrass
MA1 Cort Hughes
MA1 Corbin Newland
MA1 Adam Spexarth
MA2 Marc Barnett
MA2 Mike Bates
MA2 Armondo Ceja
MA2 Arturo Ceja
MA2 Jason Dahl
MA2 Doug Dick
MA2 Ty Herrington
MA2 Codi Larmer
MA2 Dustin Swanson
MA2 Brian Thompson
MA2 Mike Unruh
MG1 Bob Decker
MG1 Mark Newland
MG1 Jerry Sherwood
MM1 Bale Dare
MM1 BoeBo Larmer
MPO Kidron Riner


Corbin 3 pages would be impressive if I wasn't responsible for 80% of the posts on the thread.

Thanks for hooking up lunch and clearing up the camping question.

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Friz-Rocker » Thu Aug 30, 2012 8:03 pm

I am still camping at the park, please take my bail money out of my entry fee. Where do you sign up for the post tourney Dui?
When you have to choose between your woman and discgolf,don`t be stupid-choose the discgolf.

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Baconius » Fri Aug 31, 2012 5:32 am

:arrow: :arrow: :arrow: Did someone say glo? :mrgreen:

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Re: Pratt Hot/Cold Classic Sept. 1st

Postby Baconius » Fri Aug 31, 2012 6:09 am

Friz-Rocker wrote:I am still camping at the park, please take my bail money out of my entry fee. Where do you sign up for the post tourney Dui?

It'll be nice to have someone keeping an eye out. Just remember it isn't "sanctioned" so no campfires, or loud music, etc... There will probably be people out Glo'ing most of the night anyway, as is a typical Friday night in Pratt.

A very big thanks to Smitty for making all of this possible.

I have to commend Corbin on all his hard work, as well.

Course is looking good and final preparation will be finished today.


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