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Postby chainbanger » Wed Dec 19, 2007 8:29 am

January 5th at grand woods park in lansing, michigan.

http://www.pdga.com/msgboard/showflat.p ... Post769373

Its a PDGA C tier event!
Anyone from here besides me goin?
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Postby jHarr » Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:10 am

yep
you're welcome for the shoveled & salted teepads... :D
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Postby chainbanger » Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:59 am

Yea thanks i was wondering who did that when i was there on tuesday. Looks great. Are you in the ccr?
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Postby jHarr » Fri Dec 21, 2007 12:50 pm

yeah...
but we give the pads love from the goodness of our hearts and just selfish good footing for teeing reasons
(though I guess the club will cover my salt costs- we donate the labor)
got to 'em on monday- funny how 6-8" cleans up better than a half inch of freezing rain- better but not easier...
2 lost discs in the snow between mon/tues- inferno on 8 and drone on 16
played a glow round last night- easier to find 'em almost with the lights on

headed out soon here for a sunshiny 230ish teetime...
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Postby chainbanger » Fri Dec 21, 2007 1:27 pm

I would love to go today but more than likely ill be there tomorrow afternoon.
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Postby uNicedmeMan » Fri Dec 21, 2007 5:45 pm

jHarr wrote:yep
you're welcome for the shoveled & salted teepads... :D


From what I hear, one should avoid salting concrete teepads. Seneca Creek disc golf course here in MD has old concrete teepads that get so slick when wet. I am told this results from years of teepad salting. It smooths out the crucial texture on top of the concrete.
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Postby Smoke » Sat Dec 22, 2007 12:22 am

jHarr wrote:yeah...
but we give the pads love from the goodness of our hearts and just selfish good footing for teeing reasons
(though I guess the club will cover my salt costs- we donate the labor)
got to 'em on monday- funny how 6-8" cleans up better than a half inch of freezing rain- better but not easier...
2 lost discs in the snow between mon/tues- inferno on 8 and drone on 16
played a glow round last night- easier to find 'em almost with the lights on

headed out soon here for a sunshiny 230ish teetime...


What color was the Inferno? Buddy of mine lost a Stratus on #4 he seems to think it was in the woods, right side right off the path. Good deal on the salting and clearing of the pads. Went out today and got a few bags of salt to help. I plan on being at the Burrg and hopefully get out there the night before and help clean up the pads if need be.
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Postby jHarr » Sat Dec 22, 2007 7:03 am

yeah makes you wonder about the state throwin salt all over the roads and then replacing portions of curb & gutter every year- job security...
we try to go lightly with the icemelt and only after shoveling and scraping (which in its own right may serve to smooth teepad texture), & since its money we're sprinkling on, we try to make it last...
noticed a few top chainlinks getting rusty too- they may need some attention before the teepads do....

inferno on 8 = pink, hyzered out left just past the water, def. a disc I can live without though

I'm out til after xmas now but FYI there's $6 doubles at 10am saturdays and usually a 2nd round after that- 5 to payout, buck for the acefund (150ish now I think)
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Postby Smoke » Sat Jan 05, 2008 5:29 pm

So how did everyone do?

Myself if there is anything lower then crap, then thats how I played.
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Postby chainbanger » Mon Jan 07, 2008 8:58 am

Finished 4th in am3 and i lost 3 discs. found two of them on sunday morning but if anyone finds a red star destroyer with a timebomb on the bottom and #34225 on the inside lip that is mine. Please return.
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Postby Smoke » Mon Jan 07, 2008 5:56 pm

chainbanger wrote:Finished 4th in am3 and i lost 3 discs. found two of them on sunday morning but if anyone finds a red star destroyer with a timebomb on the bottom and #34225 on the inside lip that is mine. Please return.



I took last in AM2, the group I was with the first round didn't spot worth a crap. Ended up taking a +11. After that I knew I was screwed so I started trying experiments on the second round. Ended up losing a Green Flash on hole #3 off to the right of the path in the woods. Name and Number is on back. If you know who Stan is, ask him about your Destroyer, he was trying to sell one today but I didn't see if it had anything on the back.

Sidenote: Your name is David?
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Postby chainbanger » Tue Jan 08, 2008 6:52 am

my name is dave! yea i know all about stan. haha
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Postby jHarr » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:49 am

did alright 1st rnd and had it goin good 2nd- but a lost disc bit me for a 6 on 14 (reteed then found the first right near my bag :x )
plus another couple of dumb bogeys on 5, 8 and 3 blah.....
my curse at grandwoods lives on in tournies- had to dash away quicklike to take over the kids at home too, but no prize to wait for either...
got a lost one back from earlier in the week, been out there for the past 2days, haven't seen stan, haven't found any either but there were 2 on the barely there ice on 6.....
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Postby chainbanger » Wed Jan 09, 2008 12:12 pm

J if you see stan can you check and see if he has red star destroyer with a timebomb on the back with #34225 on the lip. If hes got it can you pick it up for me and ill pay you back and give you some extra money. I wont be out there until saturday for doubles.
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