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Lost In The Woods PDGA C-Tier 6 Oct 2007

Postby Imran » Sun Aug 19, 2007 6:11 pm

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LOST IN THE WOODS
East Roswell Park
PDGA C-Tier Event

October 6th, 2007

* Minimum $500 added cash!
* Free ROCKSTAR!
* Trophies awarded to winners in each division.
* Add $5 to entry fee if not current PDGA member
* All Am players will receive a players pack.



*** Field limited to 72 players ***

REGISTER ONLINE: http://www.soldiscsports.com/pd_lost_in ... ds_erp.cfm
or
DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM: http://www.discgolfatlanta.com/flyers/L ... ds2007.pdf

Make check payable to and mail to:
Andrew Lofstrand
211 Autumn Ridge Trail, Roswell GA 30076


Format
All players will compete for 2 Rounds of 18 holes
Top 5 pros in the Open Division will play a final 9 holes.

Pro Divisions: Black Tees
All Advanced & Intermediate Men: Blue Tees
All Amateur Women and Juniors: Red Tees

Tournament Schedule
Friday - October 5th
Random draw doubles at ERP (sign up at 3:30pm / Tee-Off at 4pm)

Saturday - October 6th
Players Meeting: 9am
1st Round Tee: 9:30 am
Lunch Break: 1 hour
2nd Round Tee: TBA
Final 9 Tee Time: Immediately following Round 2.

*** All Times Subject To Change


Entry Fees
Pro Open - $45

Pro Masters - $35
Pro Gr. Masters - $35
Pro Women - $35

Advanced - $25
Adv. Masters - $25
Adv. Gr. Masters - $25
Intermediate - $25

All Non-Pro Women and Juniors - $20

Keep checking back for tournament updates.
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Postby Lofstrand » Mon Aug 20, 2007 4:18 pm

List of registered players thus far (72 limit).

http://www.pdga.com/tournament/tourname ... urnID=7199
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Postby Bootsie » Tue Aug 21, 2007 11:31 am

Just curious, but is there going to be any added money in the purses? Don't know how much incentive it is to someone to pay 50 bucks to only win 170 for first and having to beat out 14 other players. Also, not really sure if the entry was the same last year, so i could be talking with my foot in my mouth which i'm notorious for.
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Postby Imran » Tue Aug 21, 2007 2:24 pm

Bootsie,

In my opinion, walking away with more than 3 times the amount of money you walked in with is a pretty good return on the investment.

We are looking into sponsorship discs but we could be under a time crunch. Not sure how it will work out, but we are looking into it.

Since this is a C-Tier, we are not aggressively seeking sponsorships to help boost the payout. This tournament will be moreso based on fun and comraderie rather than high payout. Having said that, ERP tournaments are known for their great payouts.

Hope you play! It will be fun!

P.S. - Congrats on your win Champ!
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Postby Bootsie » Tue Aug 21, 2007 11:35 pm

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Postby kat.disc.golf.her » Wed Aug 22, 2007 6:01 pm

Did mr.disc sign in as "Bootsie" also??? How many screen names does he have?
MEOW!!
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A new payout system.

Postby Imran » Thu Aug 23, 2007 8:33 am

The Am payout system is going to be KAAWAAAA this year!

Each player that cashes in an Amateur division will receive a Gift Cert/Voucher from Solstice with their prize value hand-written on it. This voucher will also have a computer generated code with the option to use it online, for store credit at the Solstice Online ProShop. Solstice will keep track of all of the vouchers they issue, noting which players choose to redeem their Payout in person at the event and which players do not. The ones who do not will have their codes activated by us as soon as the event is over.

This will give the players unheard of flexibility with their payout options. They may partially redeem their voucher at the event and then redeem the balance online. The may choose to redeem it entirely at the event or entirely at home...whatever they want/whenever they want. This also gives the player a wide variety of items to spend their payout on; not only discs, but clothing and other accessories, bags, targets, even online entry into another event!!!...anything that is in the ProShop is fair game!

Now that's sweet!!!
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Re: A new payout system.

Postby cmueller » Thu Aug 23, 2007 12:56 pm

Imran wrote:... even online entry into another event!!!
That's pretty cool.
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LITW SPONSORSHIP

Postby Imran » Thu Aug 23, 2007 1:04 pm

Lost In the Woods Sponsorship Info

There are only 36 hole sponsorships available. Since there are only 18 holes, we will have two sponsorships per hole (your choice of tee-pad [black, blue, red]). Sponsorships are available for $25 each.

Sponsor Package includes the following:
1. Discraft Supercolor Surge with tournament artwork (shown in the top thread)
2. Sponsorship sign at your requested Hole / Tee-Pad (if available) with your name or company logo.
3. VIP designated parking at the tournament (until all VIP spots are full).

Don't get left without one of these sick looking discs!

Send me a PM to reserve yours now.


LITW Corporate Sponsors
ADGO
Alliance Pool Service
Canada Tire Co.
Discraft
Discman DGS (Wes Campbell)
Play It Again Sports
Primoplastic
Rockstar
Roswell's Handsome Lumberjacks
Solstice Disc Sports
Starbucks



LITW Honorable Sponsors
Andrew Lofstrand
Barry Arnson
Charles Brooks
Chris Rickey
David Walls
Don Austin (3x)
Dusty Jones
Eric Foss
Jay Voss
Jeff Gomez
Jerry Rohrer (2x)
John Wells
Jordan Nelson
Jordy Boyd
Mark Campbell (2x)
MookyDipper
Rob Case
Robby Mansfield
Scott and Ari Walker
Shoe Scheuer
Steve Adams
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Sponsorship

Postby Dusty » Thu Aug 23, 2007 4:20 pm

I would like to buy a sponsorship. Can Solstice add the charge to the online registration page? Or when would you like to get the $25. I haven't signed up for the LITW yet, so if they add that option I can pay entry & sponsorship at the same time or I can give you the money at GA State, if you are going to be there. Just let me know.
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Sponsorship

Postby solstice_disc_sports » Mon Aug 27, 2007 8:51 pm

We did update the Online entry form to include thte Sponsorship Option.

Thanks to Dusty for being the first Sponsor to pay online for LITW.

Good to go. 8)
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Postby Lofstrand » Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:58 pm

BUMP... entrees are still trickling in, but there should be a surge after Lake Russell this weekend. Sign up by mail or online.

Also, be a sponsor and for only $25 more you get one of the sweet full color discs and more.
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Friday doubles round mandatory?

Postby Steve Adams » Mon Sep 10, 2007 12:51 pm

Imran,
Just verifing that attending the doubles play on Friday is not mandatory. I will NOT be able to attend.
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Postby Lofstrand » Mon Sep 10, 2007 9:41 pm

No, doubles is NOT mandatory, just a good way to check the course out before the event and practice. Also a way to get your players pack a day early.
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Postby Lofstrand » Tue Sep 11, 2007 9:59 pm

Tournament is nearly half full. Registering is as easy as it gets so no excuses. I have gotten some head nods from people at ERP doubles but haven't seen those registrations yet.

C'mon pros, I know its common to wait until the last minute, but surprise us all and register early.

Interested in other GA tournaments coming up??? Play Lost in the Woods, play well enough to cash, and use those winnings online to register for the next tournament here http://www.soldiscsports.com/cat_tournament.cfm

Also, sponsor a hole and get a disc, there is something else, something sweeeeeter in the players pack.
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A little over 2 weeks to go...

Postby Imran » Tue Sep 18, 2007 11:08 pm

Less than 3 weeks before it all goes down. Sharpen those discs. Fix your homing devices. It’s almost SHOWTIME!

Like always, the Amateurs are stacking the field deep.
47 Ams registered.
9 Pros registered.

Only 16 spots left!

Current List of Registered Players: http://www.pdga.com/tournament/tourname ... urnID=7199

No spots will be held. Please don’t wait!
When you get down to the last 2 weeks, entries really pick up speed. With the addition of online registrations… well, I think we all know the affects of that.

ATTENTION PROS: Now is the time to get in. Send in those registrations!

Online Registration: http://www.soldiscsports.com/pd_lost_in ... ds_erp.cfm
Print the flyer and mail: http://www.discgolfatlanta.com/flyers/L ... ds2007.pdf

We have managed to build an extensive list of sponsors, which equals added cash. More sponsors, more added cash.
A BIG THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS!
We still have a few sponsorships available. So get one while they last!

Keep checking back for current updates.
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2 weeks out.

Postby Imran » Fri Sep 21, 2007 12:30 pm

We are 2 weeks out!

Get in those registrations!
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Countdown to Cut-off!

Postby solstice_disc_sports » Fri Sep 21, 2007 2:37 pm

Spots left: 11
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Postby Lofstrand » Mon Sep 24, 2007 6:48 pm

10 spots left.

Also, it is clear that there are a lot of players in this event who are not PDGA members which is excellent that you are all competing in this event, which hopefully won't be your last PDGA sanctioned tournament.

Even if you are not a PDGA member, it is your responsibility to be familiar with the rules of the game during tournament play. These rules can be found here. http://www.pdga.com/rules/index.php?PHPSESSID=4db2b63bd89ffbe5df2d085a4ae547af

If you do not adhere to certain rules of play you can (and will) be penalized strokes. So please, if you are a casual player and this is your first tournament, familiarize yourself with the official rules set fourth by the PDGA.
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Countdown to Cut-off

Postby solstice_disc_sports » Mon Sep 24, 2007 8:14 pm

6 Spots Left
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Postby Imran » Mon Sep 24, 2007 11:21 pm

SOLD OUT OF SPONSORSHIPS! :D

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!

For those of you who didn't get one, you'll have a chance to win one!

There will be a sponsor disc as a CTP prize for each division.
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Re: Countdown to Cut-off

Postby solstice_disc_sports » Tue Sep 25, 2007 9:31 am

solstice_disc_sports wrote:6 Spots Left


5 Spots Left
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Re: Countdown to Cut-off

Postby solstice_disc_sports » Tue Sep 25, 2007 10:54 am

solstice_disc_sports wrote:
solstice_disc_sports wrote:6 Spots Left


5 Spots Left



3 Spots Left!
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Postby richardhead » Tue Sep 25, 2007 2:23 pm

How many spots are left? Can you hold a spot for me? I can't pay until my reperation check comes in on the 1st. Unless you take food stamps.
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Postby solstice_disc_sports » Tue Sep 25, 2007 2:27 pm

3 Spots Left!
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Postby richardhead » Tue Sep 25, 2007 3:12 pm

Well you answered one question. I was being sarcastic BTW.
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Postby solstice_disc_sports » Tue Sep 25, 2007 5:45 pm

Yes, I think they will accept food stamps! :wink:

ONLINE REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED!
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Will give stamps to play?

Postby Imran » Tue Sep 25, 2007 6:06 pm

How many food stamps do you have Jay?

I thought you were going the USDGC to whip up on Avery? What happened?
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Postby solstice_disc_sports » Tue Sep 25, 2007 6:19 pm

richardhead wrote:Well you answered one question. I was being sarcastic BTW.


You....sarcastic...........NOOOOOOOOOO. :shock:


You're first on the waiting list Jay!
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Postby Imran » Tue Sep 25, 2007 7:20 pm

Wait, I'm still bargaining with Jay!

You're not going to go home prematurely, are you Yak-N-Pak? :lol:

Just jesting. You're in Jay. You owe me $25. I covered you to make it official. Waiting list starts now!
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Postby Imran » Tue Sep 25, 2007 7:29 pm

LITW IS FULL!

Online registration has been closed. Any entries coming in will have to be sent thru the mail and we will put you on the waiting list. Usually there one or two no shows, so if you wanted to play but didn't register in time, there is still hope. Get on the waiting list.

Thanks guys for selling this out early. It really makes things much easier on the TD's.

See you at the tourney!
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Full!

Postby Vern » Tue Sep 25, 2007 9:38 pm

WOO-HOO!!!!
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Postby richardhead » Wed Sep 26, 2007 7:17 am

Sorry for any misunderstanding. Yak-N-Pak will not be at ERP. I'll be in Rock Hill courting Valerie. She's so in love.
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Postby Imran » Wed Sep 26, 2007 8:07 am

Boooooo!!! Boooooo!!!

...and to think that I pulled $25 out of my own pocket to get you that last spot and then shut down online registrations and had Andrew put someone on the waiting list who handed him a check on the course. All for you Yak-N-Pak. Maybe it's Post-N-Bail. :?

No problem bro. Have fun courting Valerie. :D

Tourney is still full. The first guy on the waiting list is in.
Post-N-Bail is out.
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Postby Lofstrand » Wed Sep 26, 2007 9:22 pm

New entry received today.

WAIT LIST
1. Ethan Adams - Junior
2. Dave Doke - Advanced Am
3. Thomas Siebert - Junior
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LITW

Postby solstice_disc_sports » Fri Sep 28, 2007 3:27 pm

Can't wait! See you all next week!
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Postby Lofstrand » Mon Oct 01, 2007 10:15 pm

ATTENTION!

New format for the pros after the 1st & 2nd round are complete. Instead of a final 5, 9 hole playoff; there will be a 5 hole - $50/skin playoff for the top 4 Pro Open players. That's right $250 extra cash in skins for whoever can take it.

Holes 1,3,4,6 & 7 will be played. This should be great to watch.
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Postby Imran » Mon Oct 01, 2007 10:40 pm

About the 5 hole skins that Andrew posted - I don't think we are going to have enough time to play an extra 9 holes. However, I thought it would be a perfect tournament to showcase what the pros can do since we have a large amateur field and a lot of new players. It's rare that they get to see the pros play. After speaking with a few pros that are playing, it was determined that a skins match would be a good alternative. Therefore, we have decided to do a 5 hole skins match, but it will not count towards the round scores. It will be separate as an added bonus to the top 4 pros.

The five holes that Andrew listed will be played from the blacks. If there are any carrying skins after the 5 holes, we will play consecutive holes after 7. Meaning hole 8, 9, 10, 11, and so on, until someone wins those remaining skins.

I agree... should be great to watch!

Also, wanted to announce that Starbucks is a new sponsor of Lost In The Woods. We will have free Starbucks coffee for all players at the tourney. We will also have Starbucks coupons to be given out in the players packs. May have enough for all players. We'll have to see.
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Postby kurt » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:12 am

ANDREW AND IMRAN:
I just read the post about the skins match, it is a great idea. i do agree that since there is a large am turnout that it would be nice "treat". but i would say the top pros should play the following holes really showcasing how the course can be played and allowing for less walking and more room for spectators.
1, 8, 16, 17, 13
i think that configuration has the potential to demonstrate how the top players play the more difficult holes as well as push the competitors to really go for risky shots. and ending on 13 with a potential ace, what could go wrong??
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Postby Jay » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:25 am

i will even clear a little trail from 8pin to 16tee


.....I am sure you are aware of this but I want to remind everyone that "Only East Roswell Park Employees" work on that course. Volunteers are welcome to help under ERP Employee supervision.
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Postby $Dollar$ » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:43 am

thank you Imran! i think the skins game will be awesome.

I think that 16 would either be a good hole to end on, or be the 1st extra hole if the skins push on the 5th hole. Hole 16 from black has a way of sorting things out!

or instead of finishing on 7, how about playing 7's tee to 8's basket? thats a nice par 5
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Postby Vern » Tue Oct 02, 2007 12:31 pm

However, I thought it would be a perfect tournament to showcase what the pros can do since we have a large amateur field and a lot of new players. It's rare that they get to see the pros play.


I am just hoping I can get the Pro's to sign my autograph book. Maybe they will even let me wash their cars....
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Postby Can't Hit Open Putts » Tue Oct 02, 2007 1:08 pm

Vern, if you wear something really tight and stand up close to the tee pad you might even get to go home with one!
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Postby Vern » Tue Oct 02, 2007 1:10 pm

You won't trick me again CHOP. I was on anitbiotics for 3 weeks the last time I did that.
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Skins Match

Postby Imran » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:44 pm

All good suggestions.

But what's a skins match without hole 4? I love that hole/I hate that hole. It's a love/hate relationship.

I really like Dollar's idea.
Holes: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7 to 8's basket(par 5).
16, 17 and 18 to finish if necessary.

How's that? Is that cool?

I like it.
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ERP - No drugs, no alcohol

Postby Imran » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:47 pm

Just wanted to remind everyone about ERP's Drug/Alcohol policy.

DON'T DO IT! You will get DQ'd. You will go to jail.

That is all.
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Bring your wallet.

Postby solstice_disc_sports » Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:10 am

Solstice will have Champion Destroyers for sale this weekend!! $30.00 gets you one of the most sought after discs to hit the market since ???. Proceeds go to benefit the Solstice C-Tour 2008! We'll have plenty to choose from and even some lighter weights. Thanks in advance and remember if you purchase one you are a valuable sponsor of next years series.
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Friday Doubles

Postby mrpbody33 » Thu Oct 04, 2007 7:00 am

Just like the flyer says: random-draw doubles will be held on Friday (10/05/07) before the tournament.

Sign-up begins at 3:30pm
Shot-gun start at 4:00pm

The buy in will be a total of $10 ($5 for the round and $5 worth of CTPs!) All teams will be playing from the blue pads.

Tell your boss you're leaving early to be part of this. :D
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Postby Carl Wms » Thu Oct 04, 2007 12:27 pm

Looks like a grudge match in Pro Masters - Woody, Jordy and Moose.

My brother got a new car and gave me his old one last week.
I was on the way to a doctor appt yesterday and a fool totaled
it from behind. Sore today, but not as bad as I thought it would be.
Went to the ER and nothing is broken. I'm still gonna try and play
Sat. See you then.
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Postby Vern » Thu Oct 04, 2007 1:06 pm

Dang Carl .... Glad you are OK! ... Did your Pull Cart survive?

Go to Miss Lucy's Oriental House of Massage and Wonton Soup. She can rub the kinks out so you will be ready to play on Saturday. 8)
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Postby Laserman » Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:01 pm

Bummer Carl - hope you had it overinsured with the Verminator.

Glad you are OK. Was she talking on her cell phone?

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Postby Clunck » Thu Oct 04, 2007 3:30 pm

I'm just glad it was a new car. Carl would have been crushed by the engine block in his bag along with all his other camping gear, had he been in the old car.
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Postby Mr-Disc » Thu Oct 04, 2007 4:57 pm

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Side Action & Jim Warner Fundraiser

Postby Imran » Thu Oct 04, 2007 8:52 pm

There will be a lot of side action on Saturday.

$5 Ace fund + 5 CTP's ($1ea.) = bring $10

Also, Gator wanted me to post the following for him.

The "Jim Warner Memorial Fund" will hold a raffle onSaturday at the Lost In The Woods Tournament. Tickets will be available and the Prizes will be on display at sign up(8:30AM). Anyone wanting to add to the prize pool with donations, please bring them with you on Saturday and they will be greatly appreciated. We are on course to make our goal of $5,000 by April/May 2008 opening of the "Jim Warner East Course"at the IDGO(International Disc Golf Course) in Augusta.Thanks so much Imran Khan, for your help and to the entire Atlanta Disc Golf Community on contributing your time, money and effort into making this happen. Look for more Jim warner CTP's at local tournaments through April/ May 2008!Greg "Gator" Guttinger #11156678-557-1699PS-
JIM WARNER DISCS WILL BE ON SALE THIS SATURDAY,Too!
Beautiful Wraiths($15), Rocs(12), and Big BeadAviars($10),all with special commemorative stamps will be on display near the Raffle Table.
See you Sat!!!



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Doubles Reminder!

Postby mrpbody33 » Fri Oct 05, 2007 12:59 pm

Don't forget!

Pre-Tourney Doubles Today! Sign in at 3:30pm and start at 4:00pm. $10 gets you all in to the action!
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Postby JimS » Sat Oct 06, 2007 7:30 pm

POP! (Virgin Tournament Player's cherry popping.) What an awesome event! Thanks to Imran and Andrew for all their hard work, and hats off to all the other volunteers. I had the best time even though my score doesn't show it.

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Postby Vern » Sat Oct 06, 2007 9:56 pm

Thanks Wratha and Andrew, as well as all of the other folks who helped out with the event. Thanks to the sponsors and those that donated prizes as well.

Congrats Crickey - You the man!

I would also like to put out a special thanks to the makers of Dial Soap for helping me revive after a beautiful but humid day :D
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Postby kurt » Sun Oct 07, 2007 9:04 am

Just wanted to say thanks to all those involved in running and organizing this tournament; imran, andrew, mitch, erp staff, and anyone i did not list. this was a first class event and the payouts and skins match were awesome. great job for just a little c tier.
i would also like to thank jesse mcmillion (sp??) for helping give me the mental mindset needed to secure putts on 17 and 1 and to do the right thing on 18.
thanks again to everyone
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Scores Posted on PDGA website

Postby Imran » Sun Oct 07, 2007 8:33 pm

Scores are now posted - http://www.pdga.com/schedule/event.php?TournID=7199.

Thanks guys. Hope all of you had a good time.

Congrats to Team ERP member Kurt Waggoner on his win at the LITW! Way to represent the house Kurt (nickname coming soon)!

A BIG thanks to Keith Johnson for helping me calculate and organize the board in-between rounds, keeping me straight, and also for being the official for the skins match. Thanks bro!

Send me a PM if you notice any discrepancies on the scores.

Thanks,

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Woody??

Postby Mike D » Sun Oct 07, 2007 9:16 pm

What happened to Woody?

Did he get hurt?
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Woody

Postby Imran » Sun Oct 07, 2007 9:56 pm

He didn't drink enough Rockstars.
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Pix posted to Flickr / Juniors

Postby 12StonesScott » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:27 pm

Posted what was worth posting of the shots from after LITW on Flickr:
http://www.flickr.com/gp/8843345@N06/1u4B93

Had an equipment malfunction that kept a bunch of the shots I took from turning out -- the piece of equipment that failed was my brain, which failed to register a problem with the camera settings for a huge part of the trophy distribution. Many are too dark to see anything. Will see if I can salvage any of them later when I have time to do some Photoshop voodoo.

BTW, did anyone notice that one of the five below-par performances was by Tom Greer in the juniors division? Three-under 109 ain't too shabby, even from the reds. Was in the same group with him for all 36, and can tell you it was no fluke -- very mature game for someone not old enough to drive yet. He's gonna give you guys in advanced a run for your money soon if he stays with it.
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Postby daustin » Mon Oct 08, 2007 9:08 am

Excellent job running the tourney, really enjoyed it. It was great visiting with people i haven't seen much this year. Very well orgainzed, spotters were great and the weather was even good. Well done guys.
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LITW

Postby Carl Wms » Mon Oct 08, 2007 9:16 am

I love ERP tourneys. Thanks to all who made LITW happen.

Mike D - Woody pulled a muscle.
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Postby $Dollar$ » Mon Oct 08, 2007 10:59 am

LITW was a blast!!! thanks for all the work guys.

btw-does anyone have pics from the skins match that are available online?
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Postby mrpbody33 » Mon Oct 08, 2007 11:50 am

btw-does anyone have pics from the skins match that are available online?


I know Shoe took a lot of pictures during the skins match (and some videos too). Mitch was also taking pictures as well. Hopefully those guys will post their pics. If they need help I can upload them to Flickr for everyone to see.

Thanks for the pictures of the Award Ceremony, Scott. They all looked pretty good (once you got the light levels corrected).

Big thanks again goes out to Andrew, Imran, and the folks from Solstice! I used my voucher for entry into Fright Flight! And thanks to anyone else that helped run the tourney. It was a really great C-Tier event.

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Postby Imran » Mon Oct 08, 2007 12:28 pm

Young Tom Greer is definitely an up and coming...
Impressive numbers for sure.
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Postby solstice_disc_sports » Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:05 pm

Big thanks again goes out to Andrew, Imran, and the folks from Solstice! I used my voucher for entry into Fright Flight! And thanks to anyone else that helped run the tourney. It was a really great C-Tier event.


Thanks Barry! I've seen quite a few people using their Payout Voucher online for Solstice Gear and entries into other local events. How SWEET is that?! Thanks to everyone who supported SDS this weekend and to Imran for having the vision for the most flexible Am Payout with the most variety of products!!
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Re: Scores Posted on PDGA website

Postby keith johnson » Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:38 pm

Imran wrote:Scores are now posted - http://www.pdga.com/schedule/event.php?TournID=7199.

Thanks guys. Hope all of you had a good time.

Congrats to Team ERP member Kurt Waggoner on his win at the LITW! Way to represent the house Kurt (nickname coming soon)!

A BIG thanks to Keith Johnson for helping me calculate and organize the board in-between rounds, keeping me straight, and also for being the official for the skins match. Thanks bro!

Send me a PM if you notice any discrepancies on the scores.

Thanks,

Imran


glad to help as always, thanks for putting on the show

the only scoring issue i saw was the payouts were'nt showing the ties
(dollar,mel) and me & brett

the dollar amounts just need to be adjusted for the ties on the am side also....



woody was already getting beat down before his injury, and then without woody pushing me, i folded like a wet paper sack(7 over in the last 6 holes), kurt stayed steady, and jessie got hot enough to get 5 strokes back
it was eerily quiet after woody left, and i have to say i missed his prescence in the group - so essentially i'm blaming woody for my collapse - but thankfully others were tanking also, so i still cashed!

see everyone next at the crucible this weekend

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Postby Can't Hit Open Putts » Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:42 pm

Was Woody injured by a rabbit or other woodland creature? They are known to harbor grudges over a long period of time!
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Postby Woodrow » Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:53 pm

Thanks Keith. Oh, and you're welcome also. Chop, it was a wood nymph and she pulled on the wrong leg of the tripod. :roll:
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Postby ET » Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:55 pm

gawd, glad the woody mystery finally got straightened ouy. rumor was it was a handsome lumberjack.
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Postby Shoe » Mon Oct 08, 2007 7:08 pm

Here is some more pictures:


http://www.flickr.com/gp/14754292@N06/06S83m

Unfortunatly I started experimenting with video clips which did not come out as good as they appeared on the camera. But some are alright and I'll try to get them posted soon

Had a damn good time this weekend

well done to all those involved
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