Stu Jensen November 4, 2010 at 10:20pm
Side bets, ctps, and ace pots. Sounds like a good time, but forcing anyone to pay entry fee to our 1 o'clock tag rounds? That doesn't sound very nudga-like
Cody Nebeker November 4, 2010 at 4:30pm
I also agree with Rick and Eky. you should be able to play for tags without paying, maybe just a club dollar minimum. if you want to put your money down go ahead, but more people would probably play if it was more for fun and not money.also I feel tags should be played from the same teepads for everyone. someone who shoots five down from red should not lose a tag to someone who shot six down from yellow. my opinion.
Rick Wardell November 4, 2010 at 3:48pm
I would have to agree with mister Eky, but I don’t like the increase in fees to enter. The Saturday tag round used to be just that, a tag round, no money. Then it went to $5 that is acceptable. Probably won’t play much for $10. But whatever everyone else wants to do is fine. I have the option to not play if I don’t want to. A tag round is for the exchange of tags 1 thru whatever. It doesn’t matter what division you play in. If a Rec. player shoots 14 down, then he deserves the 1 tag. I’m only one person, do what the majority wants to do. This is America.
David ''Eky'' Ekenstam November 4, 2010 at 1:12pm
I agree with this. However there was talk last week of there being payout for the winners of each division. I don't agree with that. It does just the opposite and encourages players to stay in a division they can easily win. And drives those who don't have a chance of winning away from playing. I don't mind an increase in the cost of playing tags now that doubles has ended. But I would want the payout to go towards more ctp's or more $$$ for ctp's or something along those lines.
Justin H November 4, 2010 at 12:04pm
I was talking with Josh about the format of the Sat rounds. I believe it is time that we introduce a "Pro" division. We should provide an Intermediate, Advanced, and Pro Division. Advanced and Pro divisions should always play from the same tee pads, this way Adv players wont be afraid to move up when the time comes. I think it is important to establish a clear format. What do you guys think?