Furthur wrote:Either get a lighter one, throw harder, or find a disc with more glide.
chronicatm(DGCR FORUMS) wrote:the only person that deserves to be hit with a disc is frank delicious imo
Frank Delicious wrote:Welcome brother bear.
You feel generous to your enemies and handicap your deadly claws. You are now Evander Bearifield
We actually have a volunteer who calculates ratings on non-members and unrated new members which we use at our tournaments to place players in the appropriate division. He is a computer programming guy, so he has written a program to mine PDGA data on the non-members and do the work without having to do too much actual work. I'm hoping the tournament will fill on invitational pre-reg, and then the unrated unknown player won't be an issue.Working Stiff wrote:It seems straightforward. I’d understand what was going on, and I’m pretty slow so I think you’re safe.
You probably already have a way to deal with folks who have no rating. That should become less and less of an issue as time goes on. If I had no rating I’d wonder what you were going to do with me, so if you are hoping to attract Rec/Novice-type players with no PDGA experience you might want to make what you are going to do with them clear.
Your quintile is assigned. He can play Open for purposes of PDGA points and stats, but if he is third quintile, he's third quintile.This is farfetched, but I am thinking of one guy in particular who is “Mr. Pro.” He goes on and on about always playing Open and never sandbagging, but he sucks. If he showed up for something like this and ended up in the 2nd or 3rd quintile he would throw a fit. Would you throw him in the 1st quintile to shut him up or tell him to grow up?
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