Whether you're fairly new to disc golf or a seasoned professional, Spring League is a great chance to tune up your game in a fun and competitive environment. You don't need to be a member of the club to play. All players are welcome! Both Professional and Amateur Divisions are offered, to accomodate all skill levels. Nightly Prizes and Payout will be disbursed. Where: Edora Park Hole 1 When: Every Tuesday, Starting March 16th
* Sign Up 5:00-5:20pm * Tee-Off 5:30pm * Note: Sign Ups close at 5:20 (Can't wait or we'll finish in the dark!)
Cost: $5 entry fee ($1 of which goes toward the Ace Pool) Note: Ace Pool carries over from week to week, but is capped at $100 per week.
Also, FYI: Spring League will run up until the beginning of Summer League (normally last week of May, or so).
KC Terry - PDGA #24773
"Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That's why we call it the present." - Baba Olatunji –
First of all, thanks for posting stats online very cool to check status weekly. I was supposed to get Jep's tag for him last night but forgot, I'm guessing that you had an extra left. Is there anyway I could pickup from you somewhere soon? Let me know, you can text me 970-988-6333, thanks
Players who have participated more than 8 weeks have had 1 or more of their lowest point totals dropped from the series total. Only 1 more week to make that move!
Unfortunately, I will be unable to make it to league on August 10th. If anyone can help run that evening, please pm/reply to this thread and I can give you some details. Essentially, you will only need to collect names/money and write/collect scorecards. I can do payouts prior to the start of the round on Week 12. I will move pins later on this week.
Thanks, man! Too bad you can't make it on Tuesdays.
Week 12 is handicap night. As long as the player has made it to 2 or more weeks this summer, their handicap will be applied to their score on Tuesday. Every player will be grouped into one field of which 40% will be paid out.
Again, Week 12 is handicap night. As long as the player has made it to 2 or more weeks this summer, their handicap will be applied to their score on Tuesday. Every player will be grouped into one field of which 40% will be paid out. We will use the full handicap for HC night, not the .8. Handicap Night will not be factored into the season standings. The non-handicapped score will be entered into the stat sheet only to contribute to the player's season average.
Make sure that you show up to Week 13 (Aug 24th), which is our awards night. We will NOT play before Awards. We will have pizza & sodas as well as a "ring of fire" and at least 4 CTPs (closest to the pin) worth $50 each to extinguish the ace pool. YOU MUST HAVE PLAYED AT LEAST ONE WEEK DURING THE SUMMER LEAGUE (June 1st through August 17th) TO PARTICIPATE ON AWARDS NIGHT. If I don't have your name on a registration list, you will not be able to participate in any of the festivities.
I'm also tossing around the idea of holding a Glow Round tourney after the Award Night action is over, if there's enough interest. The glow-round tourney structure will be the same as a typical league night: $5 to play w/ no ace pool. 40% of each division will be paid out. The Glow-round will start immediately after the Awards Night festivities have finished.
Last Edit: Aug 18, 2010 1:49:16 GMT -5 by CE Johnson
Post by CE Johnson on Aug 17, 2010 14:05:12 GMT -5
Thanks Luc! and thanks for coming out & supporting the league.
Well, you own 1 more glow disc than I do. You don't need a glow disc to play. We tape these little LED lights to the top or bottom of the disc and they're quite visible. They look really cool, too, when they're zippin' through the air. You can buy 'em at the Wright Life or sometimes, in the fishing sections of sporting goods stores. They're meant to go inside of a bobber for night fishing, but they work great for night disc. The club has an amount of these that I'll try to get for us to borrow next week. I usually just use 2 when I play glow rounds. I just switch 'em between drivers for each hole. I think LEDs are better than glow discs anyway. 1. I don't own a glow disc, and if I did, I probably wouldn't integrate it into my everyday arsenal (so, I'd be pretty unfamiliar w/ it's flight characteristics) 2. With LEDs, you get to use your everyday arsenal during the glow round 3. You don't have to keep recharging the glow disc via flashlight/camera flash- saves time & batteries.