"Thank you very much for the fast responses. I think what I will do is Inform members of the most improved player trophy to help motivate people to continue to play a round well even if they are sure to lose the round BUT, i will also inform them…"
"I was thinking the same thing. If they don't know they are getting an award, there is no way for them to sandbag. All Day Corey makes a great point as well. Perhaps you should use his advice on top of keeping the trophy a secret."
"You can try what the PDGA does with ratings. When the league play is finished, throw out 2-3 of the lowest rounds and than figure out your winner. That way it really does not matter if some has thrown a round or two because those rounds will be…"
Our new league stats ina couple of weeks and I have an idea to award a trophy to the player who improves most throughout the 10 week league period. I know I can look at a players average and determine it from that but how do I get a starting number? Someone give me a hand with this so that i can discourage baggers. I was thinking about recording the first 2 or 3 scores, taking the average, then subtracting that average from the average at the end of the league. But won't players try to…See More
"I too recently discovered this. I try to keep my eye on the target throughout, only to keep me from wanting to overpower it. Also i try to hold back my pull-through speed as long as possible and then speed it up right at the end. It always leaves me…"
"Up until about 4 weeks ago and fought to keep my wrist stiff like allll the videos say. Then on day I was trying to try some stuff, I curled my wrist and flicked the disk with less arm power but just fluid motion and the discs fly so mych more…"
"Mark, I based my origonal plan on 12 people but the more people show up, the more money I make BUT, the more money (disc) i pay out. if there is any cahs at all left, it will all go into prizes for the final game. I plan to get shirts and towels and…"
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