Rusty Chains

Sunday, April 6, 2014 at Robert Morris in Kalamazoo, Michigan
Disc golf singles tournament

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One day singles tournament Player max: 40 Online registration cap: 32 Registration fee includes: -Player ... more
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Brian DeVries    April 11 at 8:10am

lol. Looks like that went well. You tried to run an illegitimate tournament. Nobody knows who you are, you didn't put up flyers, you don't advertise your so called league, and you put a bunch of bunk ass stipulations on your wannabe tourny. You need to allow for AT LEAST THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PLAYERS (4 per hole). Never include parking, some of us pay for a season pass. Always have separate divisions for different skill levels. Always have a Cash Payout for the Pros (open division), p ... more

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Michael De Winter   April 11 at 12:14pm

We are just trying to have fun, and it's people like yourself that take the fun out of the game. People came out and had a good time, and that is what matters to us. We aren't trying to compete with K'Aces, or anyeone else for that matter. I appreciate your kind suggestions. I will take them into consideration.

Evan Brogan    April 5 at 12:54pm

How do I go about registering for this event? Also, being a general admission/unsanctioned event, in theory as an AM3 I could be playing against players who are Open/Pro status? Just wanted to ask before I registered.

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Evan Brogan   April 5 at 10:06pm

Either way, I'm in. See you gents bright and early!

doug smith    April 4 at 4:41pm

is it only one round?

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Michael De Winter   April 4 at 5:46pm

Yes

Brian DeVries    March 14 at 2:26pm

Why is there only one division and why is the field limited to only 40 players when 72 people will fit on the course, more if you added baskets. Also if the top prize is a $100 gift certificate where is all the money from entry fees going?

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Michael De Winter   March 17 at 9:21am

Parking, ace pool, paying for the discs/player packs, and whatever is left goes into the general league fund. This is the first tournament we have run so we limited the field to ensure that things run as smoothly as possible this first time around.

Brian DeVries   March 28 at 6:19am

League fund? What league. I've never heard of any of you. so you're telling me the money I would be paying to play in this tournament would go towards your parking? This sounds shady to me. Nobody I know would ever play a tourney like this. league fund. pssssh. sounds like you're trying to profit off this endeavor.f

Michael De Winter   March 28 at 3:18pm

We're small and just started last year as a group of friends playing together. We're trying to expand a little this year. We have sunk far more of our own money into this than we plan on getting back. If you think we're being shady, that's on you and I'm sorry you have such a mistrusting personality.