I still have #1. Scot Jamison has #2 and Bill Richards will be receiving #3 the next time I see him, which should be Saturday at the ElDo tourney. Gotta take care of the long-time sponsors of the EIEIO. :)
Per the BTC Rules.....doubles challenges are optional but encouraged! You can make it work with 2, 3, or 4 people having tags, provided that if only two have 'em they aren't on the same team. With 3 or 4 people having them, you'd just use the "tie" rules for the team-mates to decide who gets what after it's all said and done.
Trying to do a mass-challenge with doubles could get kind of messy, but if someone wanted to deal with the headache it would be do-able.
There are no mandatory mass-challenges, so each tag holder can opt-out of any mass-challenge, although everyone is always encouraged to accept all optional challenges for more fun. :)
If anyone can play from 4:30 to say 5:30 during the week let me know. I have EI bag tag 18 and haven't had a challenge yet or even seen anyone to challenge. I work at Camp Pendleton and get off at 4:00 this month, so if you want to play a round please respond.
Let me know if you will be there at all from monday the 17th thru thursday the 20th because I can play any of those days. Tomorrow I will be heading up to Long Beach to practice for the El Dorado Open on Saturday. Thanks
There was a bag tag challenge at Emerald Isle on March 14. Vincent put EI tag #1 on the line against Jared, AJ and myself. Final score were Jared (-5) takes tag #1, Vincent (-1) gets AJ's #10, AJ (E) takes my #13, and I finished (+8) to take #15. Aces and SoCal bag tags remained with there respective holders. Jared's uncle, Rich, played EI for the first time and made some good shots along the way.
I played pretty poorly but I finished strong with 2 birdies from 20 and 35 feet. I just have to learn how to avoid the greens and the water (DOH!) Lost two discs on back to back holes. Not smart.
Tags have since changed hands again which is what they are all about.
I know what you are saying. It'll be hard to break some people of their Morley habits. Fortunately I believe in variety in life. At this point, I can only be considered a fringe prospect in the big leagues. I'm hoping to stick around though and prove I can play. Maybe others will follow but it'll take some time.
And with over 200 Aces members, I've been seeing alot more red tags these days. I couldn't even tell you who had what tag at this point.