Thanks for link. I have looked at that site and it is very good. I am trying to target a different set of disc golfers (a group vs an individual). My site www.rbqsoft.com/discgolf is meant to keep track of groups of players and standings, although each player does get a set of individual stats as well but they are related to the group. I am hoping that both sites might be useful.
Well, well, well... This years disc will be a BOMB! we finishing working on the stamp. It will be hot stamp this year, but a very special one! Keep in touch and who knows, you might be lucky to get one for yourself.
Picture of Innocence. That's right! Anyway, Dee Houck called me and wanted to know who was running the Orroville World's Biggest Disc Golf Weekend this year. Here's her info. ( Dee Leekha Houck at 512-426-7722 )
Please pass it on, if you would. If not, well, you know what's next!
Mate, i am good. The fires have been absolutely horrible. The worst disaster in Australia's history, man made or natural. The death toll will be over 300 dead and 1000's homeless. We had over 115 degrees F that day.
They were only 20 minute drive from my place. I have been working there since they occurred, long hours with no relief. Can't complain when so many in this area have lost family and friends.
On a brighter note, the Melbourne Disc Golf Club is up and running. We still play on a temp course but have managed to get our membership up to double figures in the first 2 games of our league comp. All good.
Hey Rick, my friend Andy and I are going to the St. Patrick's Classic in Orangevale and it says on the flier that it is a A-tier event........what does that mean and what's the different between that and a a B-tier event?
At 6:31pm on February 5, 2009, Bruce Brakel said…
I looked to see if the Armed Forces had a standard liability waiver agreement. Could not find one. This is adapted from the liability release you have to sign to ride the Space Shuttle[!]:
I hereby waive and release any claims I may have against the United States, against its agencies and departments, and against its respective contractors and subcontractors, for any property damage I sustain and for any bodily injury I sustain resulting from my participation in disc golf activities, regardless of fault.
Have no fear. Disc Golf Live video magazine is alive and well (at least as well as ever.) DGTV was an online thing put together by a couple of fellows out of Minnesota. Lots of folks mix us up, but DGTV never was on TV. DGL, however, keeps chugging along.
What's up with the battle over your course? Haven't seen anything recently on the news feeds. You guys got some nat'l attention, hard to do in the park and rec realm.