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Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:01 pm
by Schoen-hopper
We will have KDGA food drive discs available as well. Love this year's stamp.

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:51 pm
by disclizard
It's almost here. I'm almost giddy waiting for this years Ice bowl. Its gonna be a good one Money wise, and I can feel it i'm gonna do better than 13th place too.

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2012 8:10 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Mike Speer and I got the course done tonight. Not too much trimming was needed, but we still did what we could to tidy it up. Everything nice and dry, shouldn't be any trouble driving on the course.

-Was tempted to move hole 2's tee back into the wood behind the cedar and move the basket short near the cliff. I like the righty hole though, since there are so many lefty's.
-Hole 3's tee was too soft, so we moved it back 20' or so.
-Only significant change on the course is hole 4. Speer had the idea to move the pin to the right, on top of a mound with tall grass in front. You will want to go to the right of the middle tree with a little bit of anny. Just don't go too far right. This should be a little tougher. Shorter walk to hole 5.
-Hole 7's tee is about 15' longer.
-Hole 10's basket is about 10-15' longer right. I think it may make it noticeably harder?
-Hole 11's basket might be 10-20' longer. Was the tee back on top and behind the dirt road last year? That's where it is this year. Without strong south winds, the route will definitely be to the left, which should be some trees into play for the second shot unless you bomb a roller or low shot. Going high and right may still be an option.
-Hole 12's tee might be about 20' longer? Couldn't really tell as we did the last 7 holes in the dark.

The weather is going to be great, perhaps the best ever or in a long time. Mid 50's and light winds! Even if a couple of holes are slightly harder, I believe scores will be lower in general. More people will break par.

Weather won't be too bad tomorrow. Which means there may be kids out there. It would help if someone could check on the flags before sunset to see if any were pulled. I have extra flags. I could get them to someone before the start of the round Sunday if needed. Just won't have time to go check the course myself.

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:50 pm
by smitty

Thanks for the dear carcass in the middle of the fairway on hole 10, that was a great touch.

How many people hit that sucker?

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 9:50 pm
by b
I landed on the head 1st round. Took relief back a meter.

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:53 pm
by disclizard
That was a good one guys. I had a blast .

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:11 am
by DUH
Will you be posting results? please & thanks

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 7:59 pm
by Schoen-hopper
We had a record 75 players in attendance despite frigid temps and howling winds. Actually, this year's "Nice Bowl" was 57 degrees and about 8 mph wind. Quite an enjoyable day to be outside!

I want to offer my sincere thanks, which is due to all the volunteers that helped make this event another huge success. Mike Speer, Jack Robinson, Jerry Sherwood, Bill Paulson, and many others got baskets on & off the course without incident. Bob Decker, Brandon Tull, Russ Trice, Taylor Camp, Bill Paulson, Jerry Sherwood, Jason Adkins, and Jehramy Heckman helped with registration & scorecards & payouts. Didi Schoenhofer & Mrs. Paulson helped with getting all the food ready and cleaning up afterwards. Several brought some killer grub. My favorite was Paulson's Southwest Chicken Chili! To all the others I didn't mention, I am sorry, my thanks to you also!

Thanks is espescially due to our sponsors. Mark Wilson getting Freddy's Frozen Custard on board was a huge help. Please thank them when you go to use your meal voucher. Wickham Instrustries donated $100, but I failed to not who brought this sponsor in. But, thank you! This is exactly what we need to take this event to the next level. Found a big shocker when I got home to see a $300 check from Buddy Kassner. This was on top of his entry. He could have bought 10 milyun mulgiens with this, but he and Bill played straight up and ended up tied. He deserves a special thanks. Sorry we didn't notice your donation at the event. Fox and Hound again sent some Party Cards our way. Casey Fluty, Brandon Tull, Hand Eye Corp, Bob Decker, Russ Trice, and some others kicked in prizes for the raffle. Bob with Heibert & Decker CPA's gave $100 donation yet again and Bob helped with many preparations this year and every year. Many people supported by purchasing a total of over $1200 in raffle tickets. our donation to the KS Foodbank. I'll post the official amount when we cut a check, but it looks like we will easily be surpassing our goal of last year's $2800! Thanks to everyone for coming, bringing baskets & good food, & supporting our fundraising effort.

I know I'm not the best at running disc tournaments, but I feel proud to be able to help in this years effort. And I think all of you should as well. Doing great things to help those in need. The value in that lasts forever. But we'll do it again next year!

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 8:01 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Place, Name, Score, Mulligans

1 Chris Smith 95 4
2 Iqbal Jehan 98 22
3 Joe Boller 99 11
4 Crispin Carrasco 101 4
5 J.D. Wyatt 102 9
6 Ben Wiggins 103 4
7 Jeff Ring 104 12
8 Michael Schoenhofer 104 15
9 Shane Crisler 108 9
10 Brandon Nelson 112 4
11 Casey Fluty 112 4
12 Jason Adkins 115 7
13 Peter Mohr 115 6
14 Bo Carrasco 128 4

1 Curtis Broadhurst 95 10
2 Mike Speer 102 16
3 Chris Dendurent 102 12
4 Kevin Stauffer 107 23
5 Lenny Edwards 109 18
6 Phil Snare 111 17
7 Dale Bare 111 7
8 Tom Vierthaler 111 7

1 Bill Paulson Richardson 107 7
2 Buddy Kassner 107 7
3 Randy Sullard 119 7
4 Marcus Sumner 127 7

1 Brandon Tull 103 12
2 Danny Roman 104 4
3 Jeff Vest 111 4
4 Russ Trice 114 12
5 Howard Dine 114 3

Am Masters:
1 Bob Decker 109 42
2 Tom Diener 112 7
3 Ken Voth 113 15
4 Steve Brown 121 36
5 Scott Parker 122 4
6 Lee Allsman 126 7
7 Eddie Santos 128 14
8 Jerry Sherwood 141 2

1 Jeremy Kindy 108 25
2 Stephen Volbruck 109 29
3 Trey Thompson 109 7
4 Jehramy Heckman 109 17
5 Mark Wilson 110 22
6 Loyd Majors 114 7
7 Bryce Miller 114 4
8 Brian Thompson 116 9
9 Austin Johnson 116 5
10 Casey Lilley 117 6
11 Jason Childre 117 10
12 Scott Carpenter 118 12
13 Don Zimmerman 119 9
14 Ryan Ashby 121 14
15 Hans Drachenberg 122 9
16 Taylor Camp 125 7
17 Daniel Couey 128 2
18 Stephen Billups 129 4
19 David Blackwell 132 8
20 Marc Anderson 136 7
21 Les Ramsey 137 2
22 Adam Hartley 137 4
23 Christopher Bracy 137 12
24 Jordan Vieyrsa 999 8

1 Aaron Scifer 121 11
2 Andrew McGee 122 2
3 David Poolman 125 7
4 Brian Brandos 126 12
5 Jeremy Brown 126 12
6 Jeff Schoenhofer 128 12
7 Erick Schoenhofer 132 9
8 Derek Wilkerson 134 12
9 Rick Harrison 148 15
10 Jacob Thoren 154 2
11 Josh Thoren 164 2

Am Women:
1 Kylie Vest 155 4

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 8:21 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Congrats to Chris Smith and Curtis Broadhurst for winning the low score bounty: Fox & Hound part card. Both shot 95 for the day.

CTP winners: Bob Decker, Ben Wiggins, Jeff Ring, Curtis Broadhurst.
And Jason Adkins busting an ACE on CTP hole 5 for $126!
Raffle winners: Many. Kindy won the party card, Iqbal won the basket?

DGU Basket - Innova Traveler: $120
Fox & Hound Party Cards: $200
Freddy's Frozen Custard Vouchers: $600
Club plus donated other raffle / CTP Prizes: $260
Total Sponsorship Value $1180

Mini's (75 players @ $3 each) $225
Pro Payouts $536 including ace
Am Payouts $355
Total Prize Payouts $1,116

Total value of awards: $2,296
Average payout on entry fee less $10 donation: 158%

ACDGC Prize Pool Donation: Value of total sponsorship not deducted from payouts + $50 from ACDGC Ace Fund. $682
ACDGC Foodbank Donation: Profits from club discs + money reserved for donaton + profit in IB merch + cash for credits: $848

Total Foodbank Donation will be posted soon.

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 8:26 pm
by Schoen-hopper
A couple of prizes were not claimed. They are now in the Herman Hill clubhouse.
Jeff Ring CTP prize: Full Color Buzzz
Danny Roman: Ice Bowl Towel

A couple of items were found. Also now in the clubhouse.
Weber Metal cooler bag.
LH black thermosoft winter glove.

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 1:22 pm
by disclizard
do we have a total for the food bank donation yet?

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 1:31 pm
by Schoen-hopper

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:33 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Just made the donation and report with Rick today. Here is the breakdown.

Total donation of $3320 and 83 lbs food. Exceeds our previous record by $500!

Mulligan sales exceeded $1300. In addition to these donations, some additional donations included:

Buddy Kassner: $300
Bob Decker: $100 plus 83 lbs.
Wickham Industries: $100
Steve Brown: $20
Don Schoenhofer: $20
Miranda Fulton: $20
Les Ramsey: $10

To all the extremely generous golfers who made it out to this event: Thank you! It's amazing to watch it get bigger and bigger each year. Note that almost all of the money donated came straight from the players. If we want to take this to the next level, we will have to pursue more sponsorship. I'm sure there are some angles to take with this to get more sponsorship. Glad to be apart of it again this year. You guys are incredible!

Re: 23rd Annual Wichita Ice Bowl, January 29th

Posted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 9:15 pm
by discscout
The people that have ran the Ice Bowl for Wichita needs a big hand. Rick Rothstein told the board that Wichita has raised over $16000 for the food bank since its inception back in 1996. While it is the players that have given freely to this worthy cause, we all know it would not have happened if Mike (and before him Buddy and Bob and Chad Garrison did it one year with somebody) had not TD'd these events. Did I forget somebody? If so I am sorry, these are the ones I remember but my memory is getting bad; Oldsheimer.