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Mike "Papa Par" Even  › Loco Sixo   May 3, 2011 at 3:19pm

For starters.....This is Disc Golf. I love the game, support the game, and I am actively promoting the sport to anyone that will listen for over a decade. With that being said.....Are we seriously going to whine about what lunch was served and how many people/percentage were paid out? Seriously!?!?!?!?! I would understand and maybe be a little more tolerant if you guys were getting paid out like the PGA, and the top purse was $4.8 Million. But it's not, we don't play this sport to pay our mortgages, support our families and pay our insurance premiums. So crying and whining about a payout structure that isn't even going to cover filling your gas tank it ****ing stupid and counterproductive. These guys are giving players a pretty fair shot at winning a decent chunk of change, all while having a fun day bull****ting with local players & having a good 'ol time. Let me know when the Top Tier players are walking away from a 4 Day Tournament and making millions just from the purse. Oh, and let me know when the Pro DG players get that $1.2 Billion deal from Nike with their personal logo on every Nike disc, bag, shirt, shoe and hat. Until that day actually comes, this argument is moot. As for lunch....Be glad the 101 even provided a lunch for you. Next year, bring your own damn lunch. Do some work in he AM when get outta bed and make a few peanut-butter jelly sandwiches. Grab a banana, a Mt. Dew, and throw them into the old brown bag (yes, they still sell them at all local grocery stores).

On a more positive note......Saw the photos of all the garbage & cigarette butts that were collected. Very impressive guys!!!! Cheers to all the players that helped clean the course that day. I am serious, Chuck D looks great! I was very, very impressed with the condition of the course, the mini-bridges that were installed, and a major beef up in wood chips. With a tiny amount of man power, you guys sure did a phenomenal job cleaning up that course and besides this piddly grumbling, sounds like I missed a great tourney.