"Another way to look at it is
$60 - $20 for 2 discs - $20 for 2 shirts - $10 for 2 sloppy joes means $10 of your entry fee went to payouts. First place got ten times their entry fee in payout. A disc a shirt and a sloppy joe is an…"
"I think mediocre disk golfers like to shoot under par and there fore complain if a hole is too hard for them to birdie on occasion. Instead of going hole by hole I would use the SSA, or an estimate of SSA, to determine the overall par for the…"
"I don't care what people do to protect their rating. It doesn't affect me. With the extremely low ratings not counting it's difficult to tank enough rounds to bring your rating down for bagging without spending a fortune…"
"I think people underestimate how difficult it is to play Cali. I feel that if I had another 920 rated player as a partner I'd like my chances against even a 970 rated pro playing Cali. I see a lot of good players opt for Cali when…"
"If everyone would just play their rating you'd always be playing people pretty close to your skill level. First tourney I played up in I was rated rec and played int. Did pretty well and then looked online and found that everyone in…"
"There are some instances where par is relevant. First if someone arrives late and misses a hole and has to take a par +4 ( this is really the only instance I can think of where par on an individual hole has any meaning and it's rare where…"
Yeah, I'm a fan of the new Kensington, too. Despite all rumors I did not design it, the credit goes to Jim Kenner. I have always been a fan of Grand Woods except I have probably lost more discs there than any other park.
If the weather is going to be an issue, you are going to be out of luck. We play no matter what. I was counting on you as being one of those people. I am trying to get a league going. Hope we see you later! Thanks you for your efforts though.