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Well, its that time of year again. We will be having our annual the day after Thanksgiving Skins match.
Friday Novembber 28th at 1:00pm.

As in the past I will have 3 divisions, $90 Steak,
$40 Hamburger and because of FurDog, we will also have the $20 hotdog division.

We will tee at 1:00 so get signed up by no later than 12:45, so that I can get the groups out on the course.
Sign ups will be at hole 2's parking lot for Black Hawk.

A flyer will be posted on the TDSA site.

Come on out, lets see who wins the big money this year and who has the balls to step up to the STEAK division and who hides in the hotdog division.

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that is a pricey steak!!!

ive never done this before... how does the signing up for division thing work, i dont mind trying to hang with the big boys but i dont wanna pay no 90 bux...
Just pick the division you want to play in based on much money you want to risk or based on how much you want to win.
It will be true skins and you only play against those on your card.

Here is the listing from 2006
$20 division
Wayne gregory
Brad VonAschen
Joe Blackwell
Jeremiah
Justin Bougher $7
Scott Schumacher $7
Mike Conners $14
Dan Bougher $21
Johnny Thompson $28
Dave Nicholson $28
Mike Treat $28
Sal Felanto $35
Jay Slack $49
Andrew Treat $56

And the $90 division
Kelly Watson
Joe Rotan
Kevin McCoy
Devan Owen $35
Cris Hicks $35
Chris Wagel $175
Dave Wise $385


Any one can win in skins, as you can see above.:) It only takes one hole to win cash and the most beautifull thing about skins is, once you have won a skin or more, no one can beat you out of them, its your to keep.

Usually the big money division plays for $35 to $45 per hole. It adds up quick out there.
This is always a fun time. But it's no fun paying $90 to play and get nothing in return which is why I play in the cheaper divisions. Hell I hardly cash in the hotdog division. Hey Dave did you consider using McClure gold tees with severe OB?
Nope, now that you mention it I didn't even consider it. I just went with Black where a bad shot will be rewarded the same way, plus I like Black for the aspect of no other people in the park and we get some wind break, if there is any. Next year if Copperhead is in good shape we may do it there.

As for the $90, its like I said. It all depends on how much you want to risk against how much you want to win.
Just like Vegas, they have $5 black jack tables and they have $50 tables, depends on what you want to play for.

To anyone else reading this, there is NO SHAME in playing the lower divisions, its about having fun also. Sometimes its as much fun winning a dollar as it is winning a hundred of them, it all dpends on how and who you win it from.
Maybe xmas skins can take place at golds.
So is this 90 dollar one time entry fee and how much a hole?
...It's like the year I played the Steak division ($90), and walked away with $660....so you never know...
Jeremy, for the $90 division it is usually $35 to $45 per hole. Any ties carry the hole to the next one and so on, until it is hit. The holes build up pretty quick, before you know it someone tells you thats a $200 putt.
And then you make it!!!
But I only pay $90 once right? Then I'll have a steak!
Hey Andrew I found your Roc and Hunter found your EcoXCal
Guys you know I am always up for a money game but we will not be in TULSA for thanksgiving........but I will be there for the Christmas version!!

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