Ben Calhoun February 26, 2010 at 6:57pm
I was already thinking that would be a good idea- but the time constraint by pushing it back 30 minutes and 10 minutes further from work, with a long, snowy round could be troublesome. Let's play 18 short tees if we do this.
Ryan Mac January 28, 2010 at 7:35pm
Lets try to get a good turn out for saturday guys! Anyone who can get the word out please recruit!
Scott White January 28, 2010 at 1:50pm
For those who are not playing the tournament on Saturday, doubles this week at Independence is on! Joe Arnet will be taking the money and determining the teams. Double points is a very good possibility.
Joe Arnet January 21, 2010 at 12:57am
yall are in for it now! I'VE GOT EVERY SATURDAY OFF BITCHES! (bout friggin time)
Daemon Stahlin January 12, 2010 at 5:14pm
what course are we playing on saturday? seems like it's been awhile since we played picnic.
Mike Fortunato January 2, 2010 at 2:52pm
Double Points in effect today. Wind chills at -10 degrees! We will vote on which course to play.
Garrett Graham 4G's January 2, 2010 at 6:51am
looks like double points are in affect today
mark ellis December 21, 2009 at 12:09am
Lost disc at the Chuck D course at Indy Lake.
Yesterday (12/19/09) I left a pink Z Flash (with my name on it) on hole #18. If anyone picked it up I am offering a generous reward for its return. Thanks. 248-505-3568
Scott White December 19, 2009 at 3:34am
Man, I never realized this video existed:
Scott White December 19, 2009 at 3:30am
Daemon Stahlin December 10, 2009 at 10:04pm
i vote that kira always has to play longs tho.
Scott White December 10, 2009 at 9:31pm
Thanks everyone for the feedback.
I think for now we will go with AM Women shoot from the whites when we play the Chuck D. Pro Women shoot from the longs if we are playing longs. We'll see how it goes and adjust if needed.
Jeff Kaluk December 10, 2009 at 12:55pm
Here are the facts we had from the summer session.
15 women attended
56 total rounds
9 of those rounds cashed out of 132 possible payouts.
So a 14.7% payout average for the season. Which is very good.
No Junior (Andrew and Cody both play like everyone else) cashed.
Partners included: Al Shack, Mark Ellis, KT, Mike Henery............
Jeff Kaluk December 10, 2009 at 3:48am
The way we do it at Kensington is: AM women shoot from the short tees and draw as an AM. PRO women and AM1 women shoot from the longs and draw as an AM. All Juniors (except Andrew) shoot from the shorts and draw as an AM. There were 4 occasions where women cashed this year. Its the luck of the draw the same as it is with men. How many times has Mark E gotten an AM4 player or woman and won, or gotten an AM2 partner and not cashed. It is all part of the great cycle of league play. Jim sai ... more
The way we do it at Kensington is:
AM women shoot from the short tees and draw as an AM.
PRO women and AM1 women shoot from the longs and draw as an AM.
All Juniors (except Andrew) shoot from the shorts and draw as an AM.
There were 4 occasions where women cashed this year. Its the luck of the draw the same as it is with men. How many times has Mark E gotten an AM4 player or woman and won, or gotten an AM2 partner and not cashed. It is all part of the great cycle of league play. Jim said it best "on the pro side, there is a select group of people that usually cash, another group that occasionally cashes, and some that rarely/never cash". So we give a group of people we need for the sport to grow an opportunity to have a positive experience at the sport they love. Everyone has a chance to win something at leagues. If not cashing, an ace or win CTP. We play the game to win , yes. We also play for the experience and the rush it brings when you have a great shot. If we dont cash then we try to get better and the thing we do wrong. So we give a little kid of woman a chance to cash, but its how they come to love the sport. Trust me, I know.
Jim Daniels December 9, 2009 at 10:51pm
First of all, you can't be totally fair with pro/am doubles. Let's face it -- on the pro side, there is a select group of people that usually cash, another group that occasionally cashes, and some that rarely/never cash. The lower third of the Pros and upper third of the Ams is often interchangeable and when a top pro pulls a top am, mark them down for the win. Perhaps ratings should be used. Anyone at 850 (or whatever) and below plays whites from all tees -- then there is no arguing, the numbers decide it.
Joe Anttila December 9, 2009 at 7:31pm
Regardless that makes Beerman, Vanessa, and I the Cartier Park State Doubles Champs! HAHAHA! CAW!