Hey, Gary! After I bought some used discs from you last Saturday, I lost a pink Buzzz and a Yellow Roadrunner in the water at #7 at Tuscawilla and am hoping they were recovered somehow and are in your lost and found collection! If not, no worries!
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I will be at Tuscawilla to join & support the Disc Golf folks meeting with the Zip line people this morning (wed. 03/14/12). Unfortunately, my brothers are are working this morning and will not be able to attend.
I am also writing to the city as suggested by Jamie, to show support for DG, & I am encouraging all my family and friends who enjoy playing DG at Tuscawilla to do the same.
Further, I will gladly do whatever else I may to help preserve DG as it currently is, at Tuscawilla.
In regards to your questions. In doubles we do random draw most of the time around here. Some leagues do a pro am random draw where they put am1 and pros into one group, am2 into one group and then am3 and 4 into a group. They randomly pair pros and am1 up with am3 and 4 until one group is gone then they pair the remainder of the players with the am2. It's a little more fair for everyone this way but we do have some people that get pissy if we do this because they only want to get paired with certain people and they wouldn't be able to durring pro am dubs.
As far as ctps go I like to see them on holes that everyone can reach. I find that holes that are right around 220 to 250 are the best. Not so short that pros and am1 don't have any trouble getting there but not out of reach for most players. I also like to put them on holes that reward a good shot ( heavy trees, major hyzer or Anhyzer).
Just thought you would like to know, I filled out a PDGA complaint form to Bryan Moore last night and he responded back today and they are looking into it. I have to reply back with more details. If Garrison kills me will you run the Brian Swift Memorial for me?
Thank you for the comment. I am not good at English. Therefore, the page of the translation is used. Please forgive me when you do not understand what I say. Is the injury safe? It prays to improve early. The place where I live is away from the nuclear plant with the accident. It prays that the accident settle early.
hey gary good to hear from you. ive been playin about 3 times a week at my local course at lincoln memorial university, i got ahold of my 2nd ace. im tryin to partner with the university and finish out a full 18 holes and possibly instruct a course. but im way im very sorry for your loss, i just rectently lost my dog that was like a kid to me. i hope you find strength like i have. wish you well, and talk to you later
Thanks for your words of encouragement. It's hard working with the clubs president (who is head of Fort Custer DGC). I quit for a short time, but am back with the course. Some called me nuts, but I really like the locale of the DGC, so I had to weigh it out. Fort Custer won. So...here I go. Again...thanks and I hope to see you in the future. BTW...I'm still interested in those pins (believe it or not).