BLURR wrote: dgdave wrote:
Baggers. Well, thinking about it, you can suck it to, Joe
You're just pissed because I won't send you my wizard collection
And Chuck...yes I think there should be a bump rule for player ratings....even if you are only 14. If you are carrying a 988 rating and 14...you pretty much have game and can play with the big dogs.
I almost think that you should not have to, because at 14 and 988 you are almost all skill and no mental game. So to be thrown in with the top pros in the world you would find that you lack the maturity needed to be competitive. Maybe if you are 16 have been in the PDGA for at least 5 years and a rating >970 then maybe.
I almost think disc golf is growing and this is the beginning for a need of a new division for guys that are young and good (amateurs, semi amateurs, pro or something like that). As the sport grow we will have much more players like this who will be out of place in pro or amateurs.
I was looking at the tee off times for the first day and noticed that almost no two players over 1000 were on a card together. So I was thinking about how they are broken up. Is the whole group of players put in order of best to worst and then broken into groups and the top people in each group are on a card? Or is it something like; the best, the worst, and the best in the second group and the worst in the third group all on a card? OR maybe all the ratings added for each card have to come close to equaling the same number? etc... can you give me some info on this? Thanks Chuck.