Kenai Eagle Disc Golfers
Chris Goodrich May 30, 2011 at 3:49am
$5 mini-tourney for Memorial Day. $1 extra to enter the acepot (ctp if no one aces). 2:00p. Bring your discs, have some fun. We'll do divisions if enough people show up, otherwise we'll base on handicaps.
Chris Goodrich May 23, 2011 at 9:28pm
Remember disc design ideas are due tomorrow after leagues. So, if you have an idea bring it with. It doesn't have to be finished, raw ideas are welcome.
Chris Goodrich May 18, 2011 at 11:24am
We debated Kenai Eagle Eagles for a second year, and it is probably still on the table, but for the moment, we wanted to expand our various plastic collections. Personally, I wanted Nukes, Buzzzes and Predators. As for the Ape, yes, it is way too much for most people, but it is new and fast and fun, meaning most players want to try one. So, for now Apes (not sure if I can throw them), teebirds (who doesn't love them) and leopards.
AK Discer May 18, 2011 at 10:35am
That is awesome to hear that you got all that money for the tee pads. What is your goal and how much is saved for that project? Can't wait to see 14 get a tee pad...I have a love/hate relationship with that pad. I got an ace on it and it has drawn blood from me and toppled Chris (my gf) more than once.
Why not get some Eagle stamped Eagles?
Apes are way too much for most people (400'+ arm and/or wicked headwinds), unless they're used to torquing forearms and backhands to the infinite degree....won't help with aquiring good form.
Can't wait to see the next stamp.
Chris Goodrich May 18, 2011 at 6:09am
The Challenge was a success, we're at $300 and counting for the teepad fund. If you need a putter, we have plenty of challengers left. I talked to Parks & Rec about the new posts on the course, and the possibility of another bear-proof can on 12. No promises were made, but it was an encouraging conversation. As for the Kenai Eagle Open. Eight members attended the meeting tonight. For the tournament we will be ordering from Innova. Be on the lookout for custom Eagle stamped Ape ... more
The Challenge was a success, we're at $300 and counting for the teepad fund. If you need a putter, we have plenty of challengers left.
I talked to Parks & Rec about the new posts on the course, and the possibility of another bear-proof can on 12. No promises were made, but it was an encouraging conversation.
As for the Kenai Eagle Open. Eight members attended the meeting tonight. For the tournament we will be ordering from Innova. Be on the lookout for custom Eagle stamped Apes, Teebirds and Leopards in the near future. If you have ideas for the stamp get them in this week. We'll be voting on designs for the disc next Tuesday at leagues. And this year we will be looking for league players to step up and help pay for the initial order.
James Gough April 29, 2011 at 2:47am
Im going to try and make it out tomorrow around noon but i have no wheels so dont wait on me
Edan Badajos April 28, 2011 at 11:14pm
Change of plans, looks like Hiram is working Sat. but off tomorrow. We will now be coming up tomorrow (Friday) around noon.
Chris Goodrich April 26, 2011 at 12:57pm
I'll be in anchorage (barring serious problems). But Ian and the rest of the guys should be around.
Edan Badajos April 26, 2011 at 5:20am
Is there league play this weekend? Hiram and I might come up.
Chris Goodrich April 25, 2011 at 1:39am
Ian says all baskets have been recovered. With stern warning to Mom that the next time the Police will be involved.
Chris Goodrich April 22, 2011 at 3:48pm
Be on the lookout for Ian, Casey, and Rem's baskets. Someone stole them last night. Ian has a red topped all metal portable. Casey has a red DGA portable, and Rem has a blue skillshot. Keep your eyes peeled for baskets in new places in the community.
Chris Goodrich March 28, 2011 at 12:19am
Fact, posting the basics now. The disc design looks great!
Andrew Jackson March 27, 2011 at 11:40pm
I thought I saw something about an event in May here at the Eagle...fact or ficton
Louie Orozco March 23, 2011 at 5:23pm
My turn! Andrew, these guys are right. This will be my 6th year playing and I wish I would have known how valuable knowing your discs is. I used to just throw a disc and wonder where it would land. Little by little I put the pieces together and now I know and understand what my discs will do (with or without wind). My FLX Buzzz is my money mid range disc. At one point I put that disc in my "spare discs" box. Once I saw that "everyone" else threw one I pulled it out of the box and figured out what was wrong. I wasn't aware of all the different ways to throw the Buzzz. Now I know.