2012-2013 DFOK SUMMER Points League

Singles league June - October 2012 Manhattan, KS
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Rick Petrie    November 5, 2012 at 8:34pm

I agree, we need to set down ASAP to establish the parameters of a Glow League. I'm okay with meeting to discuss anytime other than 7am to 4pm on weekdays, or during a K-State FB or BB game. :-)



Regarding me needing a break, I do not plan to be the League Administrator of the Glow League. I will still be the Administrator of the Winter Points & Bag Tag League, which will provide me with plenty of winter data entry entertainment... LOL!



In other words, we'll be looking for a Glow League Administrator or Co-Administrators.

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Mark Kewley    November 5, 2012 at 8:17pm

We need to get together off the course and talk about this and glow league soon.

I think Rick deserves a short break though. It's a lot of work putting in the sores every week.

Good job Rick!

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Kevin Clouse    November 5, 2012 at 6:58pm

When do we start playing the fall league? And what time?

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Rick Petrie    September 20, 2012 at 11:21pm

Sorry I have not yet posted last nights league results. I will get that done tomorrow night.

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Rick Petrie    August 24, 2012 at 6:09pm

Damen,

You should post this info on the Talk tab of the DFOK club page. A ton more people "follow" that permanent page than this single season page.

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Damen W    August 24, 2012 at 5:36pm

Here are better specifics on the approximate payouts for tootletoss on sunday. Advanced 1st $100, 2nd $50, 3rd $10; Intermediate 1st $40, 2nd $20, 3rd $10; Beginner 1st $20, 2nd $15, 3rd $10. Prizes for ring of fire: $20 gift card Gambinos, Large pizza from Caseys, 20 piece Stanley socket set, $10 gift card Threads for Him, $20 discs unlimited, free tacos from taco johns, free six inch subs from subway, $10 gift card Kountry Kafe, and many more.

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Damen W    August 24, 2012 at 5:30pm

Here are better specifics on the approximate payouts for tootletoss on sunday. Advanced 1st $100, 2nd $50, 3rd $10; Intermediate 1st $40, 2nd $20, 3rd $10; Beginner 1st $20, 2nd $15, 3rd $10. Prizes for ring of fire: $20 gift card Gambinos, Large pizza from Caseys, 20 piece Stanley socket set, $10 gift card Threads for Him, $20 discs unlimited, free tacos from taco johns, free six inch subs from subway, $10 gift card Kountry Kafe, and many more.

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Rick Petrie    August 24, 2012 at 4:38pm

Jon, as I understand it from the discgolfscene site administrator, the scores in the little green boxes are the differences between (your) posted score and the average score for that specific course. In other words, it's showing your score relative to the other scores (that have been posted on discgolfscene) for that course.

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Damen W    August 24, 2012 at 4:15pm

The forecast for sunday is 85 and no chances of rain. Should be a beautiful day! There will be payouts for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in advanced, intermediate, and beginner with the largest payout in advanced. We have more prizes for ring of fire than there is room on here to list. Come out and play the best FREE tournament in the state! I am trying to work on getting this on the KDGA tour for next year and would love to see 30 - 40 in the tournament this year. Help us out, chances are you'll go home with some type of prize.

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Austin Cranston    August 24, 2012 at 1:39pm

I think it's your average for that month on that course or something like that. I'm still planning on going for sure

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Jon Tveite    August 24, 2012 at 10:58am

Can anyone explain to me how the little numbers under posted scores work, exactly? I take it they have something to do with averages, but the numbers don't follow any pattern I can discern.



I am still thinking about Miltonvale. Anyone else? The more the merrier....

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Josh Carroll    August 23, 2012 at 5:29pm

For what it's worth, I believe Kirk is referring to "handicap" appropriately for this discussion. In ball golf, most courses assign a handicap index for each hole (essentially ranking them in terms of difficulty): "The hole identified as "1" on the handicap line has been rated the hole where a golfer is most likely to need a stroke in competition against a better golfer. The hole identified as "2" on the handicap line is the second-most likely hole where a stroke will be needed, and so on. ... more

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Jon Tveite    August 23, 2012 at 9:44am

Rick said: "Not to mention I've made some serious "get into trouble" decisions lately on #1 & #2..."



Ah, but user error doesn't constitute hole difficulty.... :-)

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Rick Petrie    August 23, 2012 at 1:16am

Clarification: Hole #9, I should probably be calling them legit birdie opportunities. (but haven't made my putts).

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Rick Petrie    August 22, 2012 at 11:20pm

After playing tonight's round, I realize I need to revise my earlier rankings... but I'm too lazy to...

but if I did, here's what would happen.

#9. I would move as even easier because I've finally found a killer driver for that hole (have had a lot of birdie shots lately).

#3. I would move as more difficult because I can't seem to figure out the summer breezes of that fairway.

#6R. I would move as easier because I've been making par on that hole a lot lately.



Not to mention I've made some serious "get into trouble" decisions lately on #1 & #2...

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Jon Tveite    August 22, 2012 at 6:10pm

I think there is a need for holes of all difficulty levels. There is a special kind of pressure on you when playing birdie holes: you know you've got to make 2 to keep pace with others, and a bogey is a disaster. There are no holes at Warner where you can't get into trouble. As you mentioned, Rick, I think that wind and weather play a huge role. #3 and #6 are particularly rough with a strong wind in your face, but not nearly as hard on a calm day. An errant tee shot turns some of the "easier ... more

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Rick Petrie    August 20, 2012 at 10:11pm

Okay here goes. I went with my confidence in scoring a 3 on these holes. With that said though, I seem to have some huge swings on these... Thus I entered the Intermediate Division :-) 1 = TOUGHEST 1. Hole 5 Long 2. Hole 5 Short 3. Hole 2 Long 4. Hole 2 Short 5. Hole 8 6. Hole 4 Left 7. Hole 6 Left 8. Hole 6 Right 9. Hole 1 10. Hole 4 Right 11. Hole 9 12. Hole 3 13. Hole 7 Left 14. Hole 7 Right 15 = EASIEST By the way, as a course co-designer this was really tough to admit ... more

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Jon Tveite    August 20, 2012 at 12:28pm

My list is similar to both yours, but a little different. I am basing it on how hard I think the holes are to make a par 3 or better on. It might be interesting to do a different list on how hard they are to birdie.



1. 2 long

2. 5 long

3. 9 long

4. 5 short

5. 6 right

6. 1

7. 3

8. 4 left

9. 6 left

10. 9 short

11. 2 short

12. 7 right

13. 4 right

14. 8

15. 7 left

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Adam Johnson    August 18, 2012 at 11:19pm

No. 5 should be 6 right instead of 7 right.

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Dimond Cutter    August 18, 2012 at 8:56pm

Adam, our top 5 is similar but ai dont see 6rightthe on your list.

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