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14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Fri May 08, 2009 1:48 pm

14th Annual Fright Flight

Saturday, October 31st, 2009
8:30 Player's Meeting (very short player's meeting)
9:00am Tee Off
White Oak Park Hiram, GA
$500 added to Pro Purse! (That is if pro teams sign up)

Bring-Your-Own-Partner - Best Shot Doubles
Two rounds of 18 holes (Field Limited to 90 players)

Four Divisions:

Pro $100/team Cash Payout
Amateur $60/team Disc Voucher
MIXED (Guy/Girl) &
Pop and Pup (Adult/child) $50/team Disc Voucher
These two divisions aren’t sanctioned, so no PDGA points will apply.

¤ $2from every entry will go towards PDGA player’s fees (Mixed/Pop & Pup exempt).
¤ MANDATORY Pre-Registration is required online at http://www.eatsleepdisc.com.
¤ 1st Place Amateur, Mixed Division & Pop/Pup will receive trophies and discs.
¤ 1st Place Pro team will receive cash and trophies.
¤ Top 3rd of each division will be paid out.
¤ All players will receive a tournament stamped disc at check in on Sat.

Side Action: “More side action than a dog track” $20 all in.
$2 Ace Fund – CTP throw off if not hit.
$1 CTP on every hole
CTP prizes on designated holes

Get a partner – It’s going to fill up!

Need a partner or would like to sponsor the tournament?
Hole sponsorships available for $35 (includes tee sign and tournament disc)
Contact Rand at randeberhard@gmail.com
Or post an ad at http://www.discgolfatlanta.com
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Re: Fright Flight 14

Postby Funky Bobby J » Fri May 08, 2009 2:49 pm

I'll slip you 5 bucks to move the tee time up and hour so those with lil' urchins at home can get home in time for Halloween??!! :wink:
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Re: Fright Flight 14

Postby jonp » Fri May 08, 2009 5:32 pm

Randgolf wrote:Two rounds of 18 holes (Field Limited to 92 players)


How does this work?
5 ghost cards or 10 six-somes?
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Re: Fright Flight 14

Postby Randgolf » Sun May 10, 2009 8:00 am

10 holes will have six players.
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Re: Fright Flight 14

Postby noputtinsavage » Tue May 12, 2009 2:07 pm

Hopefully the shoulder would be all healed up by then! Can you say "Birthday Boyz 3-peat"! Oh yeaaaaaaaa......
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby volsfandl » Fri May 15, 2009 12:39 pm

Funky Bobby J wrote:I'll slip you 5 bucks to move the tee time up and hour so those with lil' urchins at home can get home in time for Halloween??!! :wink:


Check.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Funky Bobby J » Fri May 15, 2009 4:54 pm

He moved it up 30 minutes - do I owe him 2.50 now? I am not sure if Team Johnson can defend at FF this year.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Fri May 15, 2009 11:20 pm

Looking for a partner. Plotky? Did I mention big deck?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby luke » Fri May 29, 2009 7:20 pm

Grease, do you still need a partner? I throw my hat in the ring, as long as you promise not to kick a helpless, utterly blameless inanimate object between now and then.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Fri May 29, 2009 8:02 pm

GAME ON!!!!!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Sat Jun 27, 2009 10:24 pm

Online registration is up: www.eatsleepdisc.com

Please sponsor a hole if you are willing and able.

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby gvan » Mon Jun 29, 2009 2:46 pm

What's the age range of "Pup" this year? Had a great time with my son last year, but I think he barely fit the age requirement. We came in 4th! out of 4
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Re: Fright Flight 14

Postby Jay » Mon Jun 29, 2009 4:05 pm

Randgolf wrote:10 holes will have six players. Mike mentioned that we could add a few more holes if needed. If we move the start time up to 9:30 that might help as well.


So 8 holes will have 2 teams and 10 holes will 3 teams. Sounds like the holes with two teams will wait, play, wait, play, etc........no?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Wed Jul 15, 2009 4:20 pm

Sign up for Fright Flight now. Registrations are coming in. We need hole sponsors PLEASE help us out. Two rounds at White Oak is going to be fun.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Fri Jul 24, 2009 7:03 pm

Sign up. Registrations rolling in. White Oak doubles
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby atl scott » Fri Jul 24, 2009 8:20 pm

When I sign up why does it add $6 to the event fee? It says there is no registration fee?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Fri Jul 24, 2009 9:37 pm

"$6 Bagger Fee" for you!! :P
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby TokioJason » Fri Jul 24, 2009 10:41 pm

There a registered players list?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby atl scott » Fri Jul 24, 2009 11:11 pm

djester wrote:"$6 Bagger Fee" for you!! :P


finally my true bagger status is realized :lol:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Tue Aug 11, 2009 11:16 am

i need a partner :P amateur division.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby VERMIN » Tue Aug 11, 2009 5:55 pm

TokioJason wrote:There a registered players list?


Theoretically there is one. Haven't we covered this under another tourney thread :?: :mrgreen:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby kade.erp » Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:24 pm

You have to excuse Tokio. He's a noob. Whatta they call it? Oh yeah Barney. :mrgreen:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Mon Aug 17, 2009 11:03 am

hey guys! check it out!!! here is this year's Fright Flight design! enjoy, and look for cfr discs soon!

http://i788.photobucket.com/albums/yy16 ... LORFIN.jpg (full size)

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby mrpbody33 » Mon Aug 17, 2009 4:41 pm

It will be interesting to see how that turns out on a disc.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Mon Aug 17, 2009 4:47 pm

Nice freakin' artwork! Do the sponsor discs look like this too?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:13 am

The CFR sponsor disc are going to be Inncolor versions of that art. Nice job Skinner! Sponsor a hole now to reserve yours. Remember, each player will receive a players pack disc with a black and white version of the headless horseman stamp.

UPDATE:

We are going to move the TEE OFF to 9am Sat morning October 31st. This will give us time to get home or where ever else we need to go. Short players meeting at 8:30 (very short at that). Most of us get to tournaments well before the tee time any way. For those of you who just love to over analyze, feel free to voice your concern, but this is final. When I say final think of it like a Keith final = bottom line :evil:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Redan Randy » Tue Aug 18, 2009 12:34 pm

I love the artwork, just needs some zombies. :wink:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Tue Aug 18, 2009 1:11 pm

Randgolf wrote: ...When I say final think of it like a Keith final = bottom line :evil:


:lol:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Sun Aug 23, 2009 10:35 pm

The disc order has been placed. The only way to get an Inncolor version of the stamp is by sponsoring a hole, so please help us out and sponsor.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Sat Aug 29, 2009 5:46 pm

Rand, put me down for a hole sponsor! I'll be sending (through Chris) my money this week.
What discs are going to be the Inncolor? I'd like an Aviar if possible.

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:30 am

Technically there is no age limit, but Hugh makes a good point.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Birdall » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:38 am

Is there an age limit on the pup in the "Pop and Pup" division?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby htorbit » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:42 am

Yes Josh you are too old to play with your Dad! We are 2 time defending champs and if you are playing it will be with me!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:43 am

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Birdall » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:49 am

htorbit wrote:Yes Josh you are too old to play with your Dad! We are 2 time defending champs and if you are playing it will be with me!


If we play, we have to play Open.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:13 pm

rand, you get the disc order yet, i'm excited to see how the inncolor and hotstamping look. :D
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:38 pm

I got the discs in this week. They look great! The Inncolor in particular are awesome! Remember that the only way to get one is to sponsor a hole. We need sponsors, so help out by getting yours today.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Sun Sep 06, 2009 9:22 pm

i'll sponsor a hole for sure.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Tue Sep 08, 2009 9:25 am

Show me the Money fellas. I need to generate some income to pay for the huge disc order I just received. Fright Flight has filled the last several years, but for some reason I am thinking that it might not this year? Sign ups are coming in very slow.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby richardhead » Tue Sep 08, 2009 9:28 am

What's the cost to sponsor a hole? I'd love to play, but White Oak is a day away from me and I have to take the kiddies Trick Or Treating.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Clunck » Tue Sep 08, 2009 10:11 am

Randgolf wrote:Show me the Money fellas. I need to generate some income to pay for the huge disc order I just received. Fright Flight has filled the last several years, but for some reason I am thinking that it might not this year? Sign ups are coming in very slow.

Should have had it at Redan :lol:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Mike D » Tue Sep 08, 2009 12:00 pm

I think some of the reason for slow sign-up is the online only deal.

If there was a way to sign-up without the online deal, I think more would be signed-up already.


Just my 2 cents
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby mrpbody33 » Tue Sep 08, 2009 12:13 pm

I think some of the reason for slow sign-up is the online only deal.

And the fact that the "sign-up fee" is twice what is normally charged because it is for two golfers. I found it a little tough to fork out an extra six bucks but I did.

My guess is people are waiting until after Lake Russell and/or P.P.I.C. to sign up. Still a long ways away.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Jay » Tue Sep 08, 2009 12:31 pm

mrpbody33 wrote:
I think some of the reason for slow sign-up is the online only deal.

And the fact that the "sign-up fee" is twice what is normally charged because it is for two golfers. I found it a little tough to fork out an extra six bucks but I did.


I totally agree. If you sign up 1 team, it should be 1 transaction and pay one fee.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:46 pm

Talk to Solstice about that
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Sun Sep 20, 2009 8:32 pm

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Tue Sep 22, 2009 12:34 pm

Randgolf wrote:Pro

1. Rand Eberhard / Brad Hammock
2. Scott Renz / Tim Ellis
3. Josh Henley / Nate Garner (Team C-Town) :P

AM

1. Dave Doke / Jason Bradshaw
2. Dusty Jones / Ed Jacob
3. Craig Dickerson / Ryan Dickerson
4. Matt Rudzinski / Jeff Ruby
5. Barry Arnson / Andrew Lofstrand
6. Stan Kuhn / John Harris
7. Dustin Penwright / James Naughton
8. Mark Dammes / Rick Kennel
9. Christopher Albers / Steve Adams
10. Mike Eldridge / Charles Eldridge
11. Chris Senador / BING

Pop and Pup

1. Gerrit Van Vranken / Conor Van Vranken
2. Bob Johnson / Griffin Johnson

Mixed

1. Scott Vaughn / Renee Oxendine


Is anyone going to dress up for the tournament?? I was thinking of being a "cop" or a "Indian Chief" 8)
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby jonp » Tue Sep 22, 2009 3:33 pm

djester wrote:Is anyone going to dress up for the tournament?? I was thinking of being a "cop" or a "Indian Chief"
Great idea! Just enough Pros to complete The Village People
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Tue Sep 22, 2009 10:16 pm

...walked right into it, didn't you?
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14th Fright Flight Doubles Hole Sponsors

Postby Randgolf » Thu Sep 24, 2009 10:12 pm

1. Deck Source
2 Gerrit VanVranken
3 Bob Johnson
4 Brad Orman
5 Wade Selph *
6 Future World Champion Lorelei Johnson #13697 *
7 Mike Dammes *
8 Tom Greer
9 Disc Caddie Golf *
10 Pete M *
11 Provino's Italian Restaurant
12 GDGO
13 Rick Greer
14 Jeff Gomez *
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17 Primo Plastic
18 Nathan Skinner of Show|Dough Disc Golf Design *

I need some hole sponsors as you can see. Help me out fellas. I have the discs in hand so if you want to secure yours now and get it from me early, let me know. Thanks for the support!

I need 2 more hole sponsors.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Mike D » Fri Sep 25, 2009 9:19 am

Rand,

I have money colloected from the following people for hole spomsors...

Wade Selph
Pete M
Mike Dammes


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Fri Sep 25, 2009 1:52 pm

Gimme back that sponsor money Mike! I told you I was only sponsoring a hole if you were my partner, but now I hear that you're bringing in a freakin' ringer!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Mike D » Fri Sep 25, 2009 2:31 pm

Pete,

My partner has had to drop out due to back issues. Give me a call if you still need a partner.


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Sat Sep 26, 2009 1:01 am

Great! Nine holes have been sponsored. Nine more sponsors and each hole is covered. Come on I know some of yall read every post made on the board. 14 years and runnin "Fright Flight", for real, thanks for helping me continue the streak.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Sat Sep 26, 2009 10:43 am

Sent the check yesterday.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:14 am

You already gave away Lorelei's hole. :cry:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Tue Sep 29, 2009 8:42 pm

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Tue Sep 29, 2009 8:46 pm

Folks, get those entries in! This event is the longest running in the Atlanta
area and deserves to fill every year. Help Rand out and get this filled early!
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be crying on your Hulk Hogan wrestling buddy doll! Tears may wash out, but
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:05 pm

Is anyone interested in teeing off from really sweet gravel pads for this classic tourney ? Then get your rhetorical butts over to White Oak this Saturday(Oct.3rd) so you can help make this dream a realization. If you can make it, then we got lunch for you.
Also, does anyone know someone from whom we can borrow a 'Green Machine' type cart ?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Thu Oct 01, 2009 11:11 pm

Is a rhetorical butt one of them rainbow monkey butts like you see on National Geographic?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Fri Oct 02, 2009 8:36 am

grease wrote:Is a rhetorical butt one of them rainbow monkey butts like you see on National Geographic?

As rhetorical as it may sound, the answer is definitely not! Hey you got Cookiepuss's number ?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Wookie » Fri Oct 02, 2009 9:27 am

Hey you got Cookiepuss's number ?


I'll let you speak to my supervisor. He's got the number...
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:48 pm

That kid knows good ice cream!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Sun Oct 04, 2009 10:07 pm

This year I would like to hold a silent auction with all proceeds going to Melanie and Jason Hughes. Their one year old son Aiden, has been courageously fighting cancer for the last several months. Jason and Melanie have spent an incredible amount of time in various medical centers and could use all of the support we can give them.

If you have any items that you would like to contribute to the silent auction please let me know. The Hughes' are an incredible disc golf family, we all need to get behind them. The silent auction will open Sat morning Oct 31st during the check-ins for FF. The auction will close one hour after the round two final card is turned in.

Please let me know if you have anything to contribute to the auction.

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Mike D » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:23 pm

Rand,

You can count me in for a couple.

I will go thru the garage and see what I can find.

I know for sure that I have a USDGC Champion Roc from a couple years ago. Has the eagle stamp on it, still in plastic and I think it is close to max weight.

The rest of you guys who are thinking about donating, PLEASE do, this family can really use our support. My wife and I stay in contact with Melanie and Jason and they almost lost Aiden Friday night. Please do anything you can to help out.

Even if you do not bid on anything, cash donations would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you Rand for doing this!! May God bless you and yours.


Later,

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Tue Oct 06, 2009 6:02 pm

i'll paint something a bring it for auction.

a piece of disc golf related fine art sound nice?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:14 pm

downtownXXking wrote:i'll paint something a bring it for auction.

a piece of disc golf related fine art sound nice?


Oh bro, (PLEASE!) paint the view of White Oak's #17 from the teepad perspective. That would be too sweet!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:41 pm

Oh bro, (PLEASE!) paint the view of White Oak's #17 from the teepad perspective. That would be too sweet!


get me some good photos and i may.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby dialawheelie » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:39 pm

Great job to all for the hard work on the T-pads and on the benches
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Funky Bobby J » Wed Oct 07, 2009 1:07 pm

downtownXXking wrote:
Oh bro, (PLEASE!) paint the view of White Oak's #17 from the teepad perspective. That would be too sweet!


get me some good photos and i may.


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Fri Oct 09, 2009 12:07 am

Funky Bobby J wrote:
downtownXXking wrote:
Oh bro, (PLEASE!) paint the view of White Oak's #17 from the teepad perspective. That would be too sweet!


get me some good photos and i may.


Bob Ross wannabe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3RYOawNITs


nice, bob. nice.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Fri Oct 09, 2009 10:34 pm

How about a rainbow trout on roller skates eating corn on the cob?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:44 am

Wookie is going to have Fox Brother's BBQ sandwiches and chips for sale at the course for $5, so lunch will be provided on sight.

Where are all of the Pro teams. If you know of anyone that wants to play (Dollar, Vach, Matlack, etc...) get in touch with them and let them know to sign up. I still need two more hole sponsors, Bueler...

Every player in the tournament will get a tournament stamped disc Roc or Aviar. I have more Rocs than Aviars, so if you want an Aviar get there first. Again, dont forget about the Aiden Hughes silent auction. If you have something to donate please bring it. Bring your money as well.

Thanks to everyone that helped with the tee pads at White Oak!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Mon Oct 12, 2009 12:26 pm

I'll send my sponser money today to you Rand.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles NEED A PARTNER

Postby Fusca » Wed Oct 14, 2009 12:14 pm

This is Nick, you may remember me from the Cardiac Cup
Need a partner for Amature division of Fright Flight.
White Oak is my home course.
call 770-238-6836
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Steve Adams » Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:42 pm

Randgolf wrote:I still need two more hole sponsors, Bueler...


Mailed my check to you this morning.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Swamptoy » Mon Oct 19, 2009 11:46 am

Hello I am from Seattle and I would like to play in the Fright Flight if any one needs a lefty partner let me know . Thanks
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Fusca » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:10 pm

Swamptoy wrote:Hello I am from Seattle and I would like to play in the Fright Flight if any one needs a lefty partner let me know . Thanks

I'm still looking for partner so if you want to team up that's cool w/ me.

call or email and we can discuss details. 770-238-6836 , Fusca2@gmail.com
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Swamptoy » Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:07 pm

Cool do want to play in the pro division ?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Tue Oct 20, 2009 9:55 am

Teams update please?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby kade.erp » Wed Oct 21, 2009 1:01 am

I am looking for a partner before this thing fills up. Any other adv am want to play? Drop me a PM.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:42 pm

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:56 pm

Only one spot left?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Wed Oct 21, 2009 11:03 pm

(Field Limited to 90 players)


9 holes will have six players. So it looks like we have room for 6 more teams. Let everyone know to act quick if they want in.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby kade.erp » Thu Oct 22, 2009 1:47 am

kade.erp wrote:I am looking for a partner before this thing fills up. Any other adv am want to play? Drop me a PM.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Matt Polk » Thu Oct 22, 2009 12:34 pm

kade.erp wrote:
kade.erp wrote:I am looking for a partner before this thing fills up. Any other adv am want to play? Drop me a PM.


check your PM...let's do this
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Thu Oct 22, 2009 11:44 pm

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Fri Oct 23, 2009 2:28 pm

TOURNAMENT IS FULL
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Redan Randy » Sat Oct 24, 2009 1:38 pm

Now that it's full, i can't help but notice all the disgraceful Bagger "Pros" playing in the AM division. A team that really stands out to me is team Plopky/Clanck. They have their eyes on that voucher! It's a sad story, but didn't Clunck/Benton win the Pro division one year? Plotky and Clunck will both be battling it out in the Pro division tomorrow. :lol:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Sat Oct 24, 2009 8:24 pm

I agree, its a very sad story line.

Good memory Randy. Clank did win the Fright Flight one year with Brian Benton. This may be the first time in GA history that an Open player wins a tournament in a pro division and then backslides to Am. Hasnt Plotoky won a Pro Master's tournament this year? WOW. We havent been labled "Amlanta" for no reason I guess. All in fun. It is funny how this message board has the "Bagger" thread spark up every few months. The Am division is pretty stacked with good players as well as volume. There is no telling who will take home the title. Though Plotky and Clunk are "baggin" there is no guaranteed victory.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Sat Oct 24, 2009 8:41 pm

Clunck is an old man past his prime..... :lol: just the other day he had to buy a gun because a few of his nieghbors were robbed and he didn't think he'd be able to out-man any robbers (if they decided to rob him) It's a sad story of getting old.... one I will have to face, and then I can be the "old man" bagging in the Am division.

I would say they are in the right division as Clunck will just hold Plotky back.... :wink:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Clunck » Sat Oct 24, 2009 10:30 pm

djester wrote:Clunck is an old man past his prime.....

eh? What?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby luke » Sun Oct 25, 2009 11:31 am

HE SAID CLUNCK IS OLD AND PAST HIS PRIME! God! You can't hear anything.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Redan Randy » Sun Oct 25, 2009 2:15 pm

........AND YOUR FEET MEAT IS YELLOW!!!!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Q Mayben » Mon Oct 26, 2009 2:55 pm

i wont be able to make i cant get off work
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:10 am

Q Mayben wrote:i wont be able to make. i cant get off. work!


No punctuation was made, so I derived my own breaks. This dude can't poop, nor reach climax. If that were my problem, I would be frustrated too!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby arrdee33 » Tue Oct 27, 2009 5:21 pm

Just a last minute thought, maybe its lame, but here goes.

how bout' a pumpkin carving contest (it is halloween after all) to be judged during lunch. (everyone gets to vote for one, most votes wins)
every one entering a pumpkin could pay 2 or 3 bucks and the money goes towards the Hughes Family fund.
winner gets one of those full color CFR discs or something.

also,
I'll volunteer to bring a jar full of candy where one can pay a buck to guess how many pieces are in it. winner gets the jar of candy (to hand out to the trick or treaters) and the money also goes to the Hughes'

it's not my tourny of course and i dont want to interfere with your side action, but if those in charge like the idea let us all know.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:10 pm

I am offering this disc up for the silent auction to raise money for the Hughes family. It
is absolutely sick and I hate to let it go from the uber private stash. Some of my private
stash gets seen, this one would normally not. This is a crazy rare 8 time KC Roc weighing
in at 179 grams. That's rare enough as it is! This puppy was one of the few that were dyed
by J-bird and got his added stamp in the center. J-Bird, if you are not aware, handles the tie
dyes for Innova as well as the early dyes for Discraft. Back then when tie dying discs was in it's
infancy, J-Bird found early on that unless it was a KC Teebird or Eagle(earlier Pro plastic) that
the colors were less vibrant. This was one of the trials. Albeit, the color is pale, this Roc has a
crazy rare robin's egg blue hue to it. Old schoolers are drooling at this point and rightfully so.
This disc has been thrown, but is still in wonderful shape with only a few scratches. The previous
owner's name has been mostly removed, but is still visible. I am entering the first silent(public)
bid at $100 as I would rather pay that and take this beauty back home than see it go.


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:13 pm

I'm guessing that's for the silent auction? Sweet!! I'll be making some bids on that!! :)
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Mike D » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:21 pm

Greg,

I think we should post this on the PDGA site as well.

Maybe we could be like the Barrett Jackson auto auctions and have internet bidders as well.

I will be bringing some other stuff for the silent auction as well, I do not know what but rest assure it will not touch that 8 time!!

All you others who can bring things for this cause.. PLEASE DO!!

By the way,,, YOU ROC GREG!!

Melanie and Jason would be proud of ya!!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:46 pm

Thanks for the suggestion. It's already up. A little added info:

To help put this all in perspective, Jason and Melanie have a son Aiden who has been undergoing treatment for brain tumors for the past 5 months. Neither the mother, father, or of course Aiden have been able to spend more than 1 night at home over this period of time. The Atlanta disc golfers have contributed quite a bit to help them out in their time of extreme need. If you would like to make a bid, please IM me and it will be added to the other bids. Bidding will end at 10 est Saturday (10-31). The winner will be notified Saturday night.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby downtownXXking » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:32 am

unfortunately, my school schedule has not allowed time for a disc golf related painting.

HOWEVER!

for the silent auction, i'll do the next best thing.

THREE complete designs from Show|Dough disc golf design.

Whatever your design need, I will do it for free. business cards, tournie stamps, t-shirt design, poster design, whatever.

(awesome for all you TD's out there, for next year)

i'll make up some certificates.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:39 am

I will also bring some goodies for the silent auction, which won't rival Greg's beauty, but will hopefully help in a small way.

I'll go on record here that if I get an ace I'll donate all of the winnings to the fund as a generous golfer (Mr.Campbell) did in May when he hit one at "the Lick".

Maybe no one will get an Ace and the players will vote to give the ace money to the fund for Aiden . :wink:

I'll also go on record that I'll outbid Greg's opening bid for the Roc to help out. :shock:

See everyone Saturday morning!

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby atl scott » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:52 am

Wow, I don't even have anything that cool to give but I will donate my Nikko Locastro signed USDGC san marino roc for the cause.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:02 am

atl scott wrote:Wow, I don't even have anything that cool to give but I will donate my Nikko Locastro signed USDGC san marino roc for the cause.


I would say that's a pretty cool prize that will/could be worth alot of money.

One of these young guys is the most likely to be the next "Climo", so it could potentially be worth alot more one day.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:40 am

Thanks for the help Keith, Scott, and everyone who is contributing either by donating
or bidding. This is a great thing for a great cause. Makes me all warm inside.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:00 am

Glad to see you warmed up, hopefully you can stay that way - and see how things that happen at the same time can coincide and that people can still work WITH each other for the good of a family who has undergone a lot of grief in the last several months.

I also have some surprises set up that will be revealed Saturday to help raise funds for the cause.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:34 am

ATLScott- you are alright in my book.
Yo Keith- Give us an idea of how much cash we'll need to pony up for these on-the-side fundraisers.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:28 am

O4PETESAKE wrote:ATLScott- you are alright in my book.
Yo Keith- Give us an idea of how much cash we'll need to pony up for these on-the-side fundraisers.



As the saying goes - if you ask to ask you can't afford it. :mrgreen:

Seriously, I don't know what value the golfers there at Fright Flight will put it on it, but online it has sold for over $300, and I may ask my pal Greg to put it up on Ebay for me if it doesn't raise enough in my opinion, so we can raise as much as possible.

Specialty discs have the good and bad element in that it has to be something someone may be looking for and willing to spend money on to make them valuable to someone besides the seller.

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby arrdee33 » Wed Oct 28, 2009 11:18 am

arrdee33 wrote:Just a last minute thought, maybe its lame, but here goes.

how bout' a pumpkin carving contest (it is halloween after all) to be judged during lunch. (everyone gets to vote for one, most votes wins)
every one entering a pumpkin could pay 2 or 3 bucks and the money goes towards the Hughes Family fund.
winner gets one of those full color CFR discs or something.

also,
I'll volunteer to bring a jar full of candy where one can pay a buck to guess how many pieces are in it. winner gets the jar of candy (to hand out to the trick or treaters) and the money also goes to the Hughes'

it's not my tourny of course and i dont want to interfere with your side action, but if those in charge like the idea let us all know.


I hear nothing but crickets chirping :shock: , oh well, i think i'll bring the jar of candy anyway as a donation.

Our team is also bringing something real nice for the auction.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:24 pm

keith johnson wrote:
O4PETESAKE wrote:ATLScott- you are alright in my book.
Yo Keith- Give us an idea of how much cash we'll need to pony up for these on-the-side fundraisers.



As the saying goes - if you ask to ask you can't afford it. :mrgreen:

Seriously, I don't know what value the golfers there at Fright Flight will put it on it, but online it has sold for over $300, and I may ask my pal Greg to put it up on Ebay for me if it doesn't raise enough in my opinion, so we can raise as much as possible.

Specialty discs have the good and bad element in that it has to be something someone may be looking for and willing to spend money on to make them valuable to someone besides the seller.

See you Saturday!


I thought you might have been thinking about running 'ring of fire' or 'super-CTP challenge'. I'd pony up for stuff like that.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:53 pm

Rand is already doing that as part of the Event as he does every year.



From the top post by Rand:
Side Action: “More side action than a dog track” $20 all in.
$2 Ace Fund – CTP throw off if not hit.
$1 CTP on every hole (separate for pros and ams)
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:37 pm

Just got a bid for $115 on teh PDGA board.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Mike D » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:08 pm

Nice!!

When will the bidding end?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:32 pm

I am giving it until 10 p.m. est Saturday. Highest bid at that time wins. I can take
the bid sheet from the tourney, but will also take bids via pm here and on pdga.com
up until 10:00. At that time I will stop the bidding and announce the winner asap.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:47 pm

keith johnson wrote:I will also bring some goodies for the silent auction, which won't rival Greg's beauty :wink:

Keith


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby richardhead » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:49 pm

Does anybody else hear dueling banjo's?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:50 pm

No, that's just up there in Gainesville.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby richardhead » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:13 pm

I live in Jefferson Dick Tard.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:21 pm

Gainesville or Jefferson Dick Tard doesn't matter. Still neck! I guess Hiram's better huh? :?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby mr.disc » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:27 pm

its a tie.... :shock:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby richardhead » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:53 pm

Check.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 4:29 pm

Okay, I admit it! I heard the banjos!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby mr.disc » Wed Oct 28, 2009 4:37 pm

confirmed.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby craigd » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:25 pm

Craig and Ryan Dickerson humbly offer the following for little Aiden's silent auction on Saturday...

We have a nice "sterilite" tub that is the perfect size for storing extra discs. Inside we have filled it with the following goodies...
1 ) Innova Teebird with a "Fly Me To The Moon" stamp.
2 ) Innova First Run Skeeter. (donated by 11yr old Justin Dickerson)
3 ) DGA Aftershock.
4 ) Gateway Magic with a 2009 Bowling Green "May Daze" stamp.
5 ) Black sharpie.
6 ) Birdie Bag.
7 ) Innova mini.
8 ) An Innova and a Discraft sticker.
9 ) Innova "Play Disc Golf" licence plate frame.
10 ) Discraft Hat (blue).
11) Folding disc golf chair.
12 ) And Finally, a six pack of Blue Moon, "Harvest Moon Pumpkin Ale" beer. :mrgreen: (must be 21, obviously)

We hope some folks will find some value in it and bid on it for the Hughes' family sake. 8)

See you Saturday!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:31 pm

Cool! Thanks Craig! Keep it coming folks! At this rate, we may have to auction lots versus
individual items.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:28 pm

I will offer for your consideration to auction: 1 day(up to 8hrs.) of my labor for coursework at any course in the metro area.... Not that I am as much a stud as Wade Selph.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby craigd » Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:54 pm

grease wrote:Cool! Thanks Craig! Keep it coming folks! At this rate, we may have to auction lots versus
individual items.


I edited my post above. I think it might have originally read as though we were auctioning off each individual item. We were actually going to make it one big offering to be bid on all together.

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby $Dollar$ » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:15 pm

If we are playing the same tees, then why are the pro and am ctps seperate? Was it that way at Merriweather? I thought it only split up bc we played seperate tees at Toccoa. So the most any pro ctp can be is $24, while the ams can win over $50 in cash on every hole. Wtf??? So all the cash is in playing am. Why am I suprised
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:20 pm

I'm not positive, but wouldn't it be CTP for Pros "ONLY" and CTP for Ams "ONLY" on each hole?

And I don't know what Rand is planning but there are short tees on 4,6 and 17.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby $Dollar$ » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:27 pm

keith johnson wrote:I'm not positive, but wouldn't it be CTP for Pros "ONLY" and CTP for Ams "ONLY" on each hole?



What??? What kind of answer is that? You just restated the obvious. The Am "only" ctps can be worth over twice as much as the Pro "only" ctps. Therefore....WTF????
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:33 pm

Sorry - I missed the EVERY hole part - I have never played in Fright Flight before, and even though I knew Rand went nuts on CTP's from his "more action than a dog track" comment every year, I didn't know they were on every hole.

You obviously would have to ask Rand about that, but it still falls back on the pros to signup if they want to play for more action in larger fields.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Redan Randy » Thu Oct 29, 2009 6:48 pm

Because most of us AMs can't compete with the likes of:
1. Rand Eberhard / Brad Hammock *
2. Scott Renz / Tim Ellis *
3. Josh Henley / Nate Garner
4. Greg Campbell / Paul Trent
5. Q / Jordy Boyd *
6. Michael Burton / Brian Benton
7. Messy Hulen / Jessie McMillion*
8. Chris Millay / Justin Drage
9. Jeff Bryk / Aaron Dean*
10. Dollar / Vach
11. Cody Britain / Scott Hall*
12. Will Cralle / Phil Arthur*

......and probably would opt NOT to pay into them.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Thu Oct 29, 2009 9:05 pm

In Toccoa the Ams played the short tees and Pros played the long, therefore we had two ctps per hole. This year, since all of the items that were going to go up for ctp prizes are now going to the silent auction, we are just going to have money ctp shots on every hole.

I would like to make each ctp one division, especially since most of the Am field is just as capable of winning any given CTP on the course. I did advertise seperate ctps for pros and ams, but I think I cam going to combine those two divisions to make the holes worth more money. This is the way that I have always done it so we are going to go back to it.

On a seperate note, I am going to have ctps for the mixed and pop and pup divisions that will not require a buy in. Meaning each of those two divisions will have a few seperate ctps.

Just to be clear one more time, AM and PRO will both be competing to win the same CTP on each hole. If you want to get in put your money in. If you dont want to get in then dont. Last time we had two ctp flags per hole many of the flags were moved by people in the wrong division. ONE DIVISION FOR CTPS. Anyone in the tournament is welcome to buy in on any given hole $1 per hole $20 for all sides. Show up early enough to get your money in on everything including start up bids. By the way, this was already decided before I read Dollar's teary eyed post :cry: One love Dollar

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I am really excited about all of the support for the Hughes family. I have quite a bit of stuff to kick in as well. I hope we can find someone to hang out around the pavillion while the players are on the course. A BIG thanks goes out to all of the supporters. As G-reg mentioned, this family has lived in a hospital room for five months. Lets come behind them generosity and compassion.

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1. Rand Eberhard / Brad Hammock *
2. Scott Renz / Tim Ellis *
3. Josh Henley / Nate Garner
4. Greg Campbell / Paul Trent
5. Michael Burton / Brian Benton
6. Messy Hulen / Jessie McMillion*
7. Chris Millay / Justin Drage
8. Jeff Bryk / Aaron Dean*
9. Dollar / Vach
10. Cody Britain / Scott Hall*
11. Will Cralle / Phil Arthur*


AM

1. Dave Doke / Jason Bradshaw
2. Dusty Jones / Ed Jacob
3. Craig Dickerson / Ryan Dickerson
4. Matt Rudzinski / Jeff Ruby
5. Barry Arnson / Andrew Lofstrand
6. Stan Kuhn / John Harris
7. Dustin Penwright / James Naughton
8. Mark Dammes / Rick Kennel
9. Christopher Albers / Steve Adams
10. Mike Eldridge / Charles Eldridge
11. Chris Senador / BING
12. Brad Orman / Pete Malinowski
13. Nathan Skinner / Mike Hallworth
14. Jeff Gomez / Rob McElreath *
15. Dave Douglas / Matt Long
16. Mike Dammes / Brett Porter
17. Mason Carruth / Adam Marks
18. Jeremiah Woodall / Joseph Woodall
19. Matthew Chipman / Ryan Adams
20. Jon Plotky / Chad Rickle
21. Randy Tedder / Daniel Tedder
22. Wade Selph / Kevin Miller
23. Nicholas Foscarini / Chris Hawkins
24. Kade Atkinson / Jason Tokio
25. Adam Toll / Jeff Bonney

Pop and Pup

1. Gerrit Van Vranken / Conor Van Vranken
2. Bob Johnson / Griffin Johnson
3. Rick Greer / Tom Greer
4. Josh Woodall / Kevin Woodall

Mixed

1. Scott Vaughn / Renee Oxendine
2. Stephen Holley / Amber DuVall
3. Team Shimkus
4. Keith Johnson / Lorelei Johnson
5. Christine Wright / John Wright

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:05 pm

great call on the CTP's.... any of the Am's can bomb as well as Pro's..... just sayin"
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby jonp » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:17 pm

djester wrote:great call on the CTP's.... any of the Am's can bomb as well as Pro's..... just sayin"
pin positions?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:21 pm

I think there will be 3 pins in longer positions.... but I'm sure a local will confirm this sooner or later
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Fri Oct 30, 2009 3:01 am

jonp wrote:
djester wrote:great call on the CTP's.... any of the Am's can bomb as well as Pro's..... just sayin"
pin positions?


In the ground. :mrgreen:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Mike D » Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:19 am

Pin Positions..

HOles that changed:

Hole 1 - tucked in right "B"
Hole 2 - Super long "C"
Hole 8 - Medium (on top of hill) "B"
Hole 13 Short (new position)
Hole 14 - island hole (new position)
Hole 17 - on the point "A"
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:42 am

According to the weather forecast it looks like I'll get a chance to see how well the tee pad work helps personally. :(

Hopefully the weather won't be too bad.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Wookie » Fri Oct 30, 2009 9:14 am

djester wrote:great call on the CTP's.... any of the Am's can bomb as well as Pro's..... just sayin"


I can't throw as far as you or Dollar or 99% of the Pro field that is listed as playing so why would I want to get in on all the CTP's just to donate them. :roll:

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby djester » Fri Oct 30, 2009 9:17 am

AM showers @ 50% chance of rain/T-storms..... w/ winds at 10-15 mph not too bad, atleast not as bad as The Crucible :twisted:

Dave.... you would want to get in on the ones you had a chance of hitting off the drive (if you were playing)
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby millayday » Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:02 am

There are only a few tees that some Ams may not want to get in on. Even though several of the pros playing can chuck 500-600+ feet, that will only help out on 2 or 3 holes. I'm pretty sure most of the Ams can give Pros a run for their money on the other holes. #2 used to be a 3 1/2, but in the long par 4 position I think that most teams could 3 it. That also raises another question for Rand. Will #2 be a second shot CTP? #3 might be a stretch for most Ams (and pros. I've never gotten closer than 50ft out). #6 and #8 are a little long, but other than that I think that everyone has a pretty equal chance of claiming CTPs. That being said, I can't wait to take all of that sweet sweet Am CTP money from you guys :twisted:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Fri Oct 30, 2009 11:07 am

millayday wrote:There are only a few tees that some Ams may not want to get in on. Even though several of the pros playing can chuck 500-600+ feet, that will only help out on 2 or 3 holes. I'm pretty sure most of the Ams can give Pros a run for their money on the other holes. #2 used to be a 3 1/2, but in the long par 4 position I think that most teams could 3 it. That also raises another question for Rand. Will #2 be a second shot CTP? #3 might be a stretch for most Ams (and pros. I've never gotten closer than 50ft out). #6 and #8 are a little long, but other than that I think that everyone has a pretty equal chance of claiming CTPs. That being said, I can't wait to take all of that sweet sweet Am CTP money from you guys :twisted:


Even on my best days I can't compete with Pros on holes 2,3,4,6, & 8. So instead of giving my money away to them, I will give those $5 bucks to the Hughes family. BAAKAAA!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby kade.erp » Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:18 pm

millayday wrote:I can't wait to take all of that sweet sweet Am CTP money from you guys :twisted:


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Funky Bobby J » Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:36 pm

Do they still hold these tournament thingys if it is kinda rainy? Is there a tournament weather hotline for players to call in on?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby gvan » Fri Oct 30, 2009 2:17 pm

Funky Bobby J wrote:Do they still hold these tournament thingys if it is kinda rainy? Is there a tournament weather hotline for players to call in on?


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Clunck » Fri Oct 30, 2009 5:03 pm

O4PETESAKE wrote:I will give those $5 bucks to the Hughes family. BAAKAAA!

SWEET Idea! I say all the Ams should boycott the CTP's and give what you can to the Hughes'. Let those greedy Pro's fight it out for those $15 CTP's.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Fri Oct 30, 2009 9:55 pm

Clunck wrote:
O4PETESAKE wrote:I will give those $5 bucks to the Hughes family. BAAKAAA!

SWEET Idea! I say all the Ams should boycott the CTP's and give what you can to the Hughes'. Let those greedy Pro's fight it out for those $15 CTP's.


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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby richardhead » Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:11 pm

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:56 pm

Clunk,

It is because of remarks of that nature that inspire me to refer to you as "Course Oaf" in this particular instance! So, hey Course Oaf, based on your last comment which is undeniably an attempt to totally undermine my final decision as the TD, I have now decided to not allow you to participate in ANY of the side action. Let me be more clear as to why. It is clear to me that your misguided opinion has ulterior motives. Let me help you understand exactly what that means: "being beyond what is seen or avowed; intentionally kept concealed". Supporting the Hughes family is the reason that I came up with the idea to hold a silent auction, please don't try to promote yourself by causing division in the tournament and acting like you alone are doing something for a better cause. Clunk, you are a former Fright Flight Open Pro Champion. Why arent others calling you out? I put plenty of thought into my decision, if you didnt want to get into the side action you should have just donated your money where you choose.

For any player that wants to get in on the CTP think about this, how many tournaments do you get to play in where every tee shot is worth $30 - $75 BUCKS? One good shot could earn you enough money to buy a new disc golf bag from Greg or a stack of plastic. Then you could walk by CLUNK and tell him how happy you are that you didnt let him mislead you.

Like I said before, I have always had one division for CTPs at FF. The only time I didnt was when the AMs played different tees.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Woodrow » Fri Oct 30, 2009 11:09 pm

That's a SLAM CLUNCK!!!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby $Dollar$ » Sat Oct 31, 2009 5:48 am

Put on your rain boots. the latest update shows 80% as the LOWEST chance of rain at any hour today. :roll:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Woodrow » Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:28 pm

Nice 9 hole play-off win Vac-ollar!
Good golf by Drage-illay and Big Red Bryk kept it goin' til the thumbers came out on 7 and 9.

I had a blast (despite the wetness). Thanks Rand!











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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:30 pm

Thanks to Rand for another great Event!It was my first Fright Flight, but won't be the last.

Thanks to all of the golfers who raised 1041.00 DOLLARS ( yes - ONE THOUSAND FOURTY ONE) for the Hughes Family!!!!!

Congrats to Nathan Skinner (hole 9), Chris Millay (hole 6 :shock: ), and Josh Woodall (new hole 13) for their aces - (Nathan and Chris also want to thank Josh for not being in the ace fund :shock: )

Congrats to the open winners Dollar and Vach (shooting a 42 2nd round to get into the tie) in a NINE hole playoff for first with Aaron Dean/Jeff Bryk (shooting a 43 in the 1st round in the rain)(3rd), and Justin Drage/Chris Millay (2nd)
Thanks also to Aaron Dean who declined his share of the payout to maintain his AM status as that half went to the Hughes family also.

Am winners were Jason Tokio/ Kade Atkinson
Pop and Pup winners were the other Johnson family - Griffin & Bob
Mixed winners were THE Johnson family :mrgreen:

Over $800 in CASH CTP's were paid out, with a few people winning 2 and Nathan Skinner winning 3(including the ace on 9)

Bad weather first round / Good weather second round

HUGE THANKS to GREG CAMPBELL for running the end of Event action after Rand had to leave to coach a football game, as well as the great supply of merch to choose from.

Everyone needs to do their best to get out to "theLick" this weekend and support one of the top supporters of the sport in this area and play the PPIC3!

See everyone at "theLIck"

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:45 pm

Today we raised over $1000 for the Hughes family! I just talked to Melanie and Jason and they were overwhelmed.
Thank you everyone for participating in the silent auction as well as the baked good sales which netted $76. From what
Melanie and Jason told me, the disc golf community has contributed more than anyone else. Give yourselves a huge pat on
the back. The Hughes are home (finally after 6 months) for about 2 weeks. They wanted to tell everyone thanks for the
generosity. From me, I want to send out an e-hug to everyone who has contributed. Atlanta disc golfers rock!

BTW, my 8x Roc is still sitting at $115. Bidding ends in 15 minutes. BID!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby grease » Sat Oct 31, 2009 10:19 pm

I was a little off on the Hughes family money. It WAS $1041 and is now $1157.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Sat Oct 31, 2009 10:31 pm

grease wrote:I was a little off on the Hughes family money. It WAS $1041 and is now $1157.



Isn't that what I posted in big red letters before you? :mrgreen:

Great job on your disc sale to raise more!!!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Woodrow » Sat Oct 31, 2009 10:40 pm

Read. Re-read. Comprehend. Reply.
So easy, a caveman could do it.(At least you'd think so.)
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Sun Nov 01, 2009 12:27 am

Woodrow wrote:Read. Re-read. Comprehend. Reply.
So easy, a caveman could do it.(At least you'd think so.)


Yeah, you need to read before it gets editted by Greg, Woody. :roll:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Clunck » Sun Nov 01, 2009 4:56 am

Rantgolf wrote:Clunk,

I have now decided to not allow you to participate in ANY of the side action.

Clunk, you are a former Fright Flight Open Pro Champion.
Then you could walk by CLUNK and tell him how happy you are that you didnt let him mislead you.

First off Rant, er Rand please learn how to spell my name, it's right there on the top left of all my post.
Second, I got in ALL the CTP's so your whole diatribe is moot.
Third, Happy B-day. Had a great time, see you next year!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Jaronshaffer » Sun Nov 01, 2009 4:54 pm

Someone aced 6?!!!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby $Dollar$ » Sun Nov 01, 2009 5:58 pm

Chris Millay made one of the sickest aces anyone will ever see in GA. I feel incredibly lucky to have witnessed it. Thank God White Oak has brand new Discatchers, because that would have exploded any basket at Wills Park into a million pieces
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Mon Nov 02, 2009 2:17 pm

1 Matt Dollar 26045 47 42 89 $300.00
1 Jason Makarovich20793 47 42 89 $300.00
2 Justin Drage 21545 45 44 89 $175.00
2 Chris Millay 34058 45 44 89 $175.00
3 Aaron Dean 18082 43 46 89 refused $
3 Jeff Bryk 18706 43 46 89 $125.00
4 Will Cralle 12813 44 48 92 $100.00
4 Phil Arthur 7289 44 48 92 $100.00
5 Rand Eberhard 7584 48 49 97 $50.00
5 Brad Hammock 5912 48 49 97 $50.00
6 Scott Renz 15477 50 48 98
6 Tim Ellis 13438 50 48 98
7 Cody Britain 32094 48 51 99
7 Scott Hall 31621 48 51 99
8 Michael Burton 11591 52 49 101
8 Brian Benton 7862 52 49 101
9 Jesse Hullen 13281 51 51 102
9 Jessie McMillion 15432 51 51 102
10 Josh Henley 17380 52 51 103
10 Nate Garner 17381 52 51 103
11 Greg Campbell 12968 53 53 106
11 Paul Trent no 53 53 106

AM

1 Kade Atkinson 34569 49 48 97
1 Jason Tokio 38819 49 48 97
2 Jeff Gomez 23053 50 49 99
2 Rob McElreath 24966 50 49 99
3 Barry Arnson 28128 52 48 100
3 Andrew Lofstrand 29514 52 48 100
3 Pete Charlton no 49 51 100
3 Pete Malinowski no 49 51 100
5 Dustin Penwright 40618 52 50 102
5 James McNaughton no 52 50 102
6 Ed Jacob 22441 55 48 103
6 Dusty Jones 3933 55 48 103
6 Chris Senador 34699 52 51 103
6 Michael Beaupre no 52 51 103
6 Mike Eldridge 16066 51 52 103
6 Charles Eldridge 17768 51 52 103
6 Woodrow Blackwell 20940 51 52 103
6 Ryan Adams 37132 51 52 103
10 Mike Dammes 12941 54 50 104
10 Doug Porter 14013 54 50 104
10 David Doke no 53 51 104
10 Jason Bradshaw 27377 53 51 104
10 Dave Douglas 27576 52 52 104
10 Matt Long no 52 52 104
13 Jon Plotky 33411 49 56 105
13 Chad Rickle 12716 49 56 105
14 Adam Toll 34880 53 53 106
14 Jeff Bonney 18845 53 53 106
15 Nathan Skinner 36569 57 50 107
15 Mike Hallworth 30952 57 50 107
16 Craig Dickerson 38061 56 53 109
16 Ryan Dickerson 37841 56 53 109
16 Christopher Albers 33919 55 54 109
16 Steve Adams 34138 55 54 109
18 Randy Tedder 14726 59 51 110
18 Daniel Tedder no 59 51 110
19 Matt Rudzinski 37323 54 58 112
19 Jeff Ruby no 54 58 112
20 Mason Carruth 40752 59 54 113
20 Adam Marks no 59 54 113
20 Nicholas Foscarini no 56 57 113
20 Chris Hawkins no 56 57 113
22 Jeremiah Woodall 35398 57 58 115
22 Joseph Woodall no 57 58 115
22 Mark Dammes 12708 57 58 115
22 Rick Kennel 14738 57 58 115
24 Wade Selph 31574 65 63 128
24 Kevin Miller 34970 65 63 128
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Funky Bobby J » Mon Nov 02, 2009 6:02 pm

No respect...
Living in the United States where the hottest European import is Plutocracy...
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Mon Nov 02, 2009 7:23 pm

Funky Bobby J wrote:No respect...



I was waiting for the big drum roll and Extra large font for the other 2 divisions. :cry:
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby O4PETESAKE » Mon Nov 02, 2009 8:13 pm

Either Chris is 'THE' White Oak Diety, or he and the Great Pumkin are in cahoots. Either way that ace is like a Halloween Miracle! (that's not to say it was just luck, cause that dude can buzz the tower almost anytime). Sorry you had to split the ace fund man, but I am glad some of my money went to you!
Congrats on owning the shortest and longest ace throws in White Oak history.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:10 am

Sorry guys, I will post the other divisions if I ever get a chance to have some time off. I copied the TD Report and pasted it in. The two of you likely know the scores of your divisions better than I would. I just know that you Keith and you Bob won your divisions. Feel free to post the results or wait until I can get to it.

The TD report has been turned in to the PDGA. It should be posted soon. Thanks again to all of those who sponsored the tournament and to those of you who supported the Hughes family.

I heard a drunk meth neck was doing doughnuts in the gravel lot?
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby TokioJason » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:43 am

Hey I was just wondering when the trophy's will be sent. Thanks for running a great tourny Rand I look foward to next years
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby $Dollar$ » Tue Nov 03, 2009 12:14 pm

Randgolf wrote:
I heard a drunk meth neck was doing doughnuts in the gravel lot?


I saw something close to that, and throw in some involuntary headbanging to no music!

By the way, Rand thanks for the great event! I liked Fright Flight's new home. And thanks for the Sick Doubles payout!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Woodrow » Fri Nov 06, 2009 9:22 pm

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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:24 pm

I have trophies for those of you that won your division at Fright Flight. If this pertains to you please contact me.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby keith johnson » Fri Nov 20, 2009 10:34 am

Cool Rand - Thanks, Lorelei will love getting one!
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Randgolf » Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:03 am

Mixed Vampions = Keith and Lorelei Johnson

Pop and Pup Vampions = Bob and Griffin Johnson

Trophies are in my possession. I will get them to the winners soon. Sorry for delay.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby Lofstrand » Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:09 am

Trophies should always be given at the event. I am in the business and know how things should work. Barney is all i got to say.
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Re: 14th Fright Flight Doubles PDGA C-Tier 31 October 09

Postby TokioJason » Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:16 am

I assume advanced winners also get a trophy?
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