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keith johnson wrote:....i'm actually trying to NOT step on others toes, areas, and ideas.....which is why i used the pdga schedule to find dates that didn't conflict with other sanctioned events in georgia, sc and tennessee.....
i wish you well with your series, and solstice well with his series and i hope that disc golfers in the state are the ones who benefit from more opportunities to play events in the state
online signups will be FREE!!!! at discgolfseries.com (GEORGIA'S own signup service) when we go live soon
Jay wrote:online signups will be FREE!!!! at discgolfseries.com (GEORGIA'S own signup service) when we go live soon
Will this sign-up be free for all local TD's as well to promote local georgia tournaments when it goes on line?
keith johnson wrote:online signups will be FREE!!!! at discgolfseries.com (GEORGIA'S own signup service) when we go live soonkeith
Keep up the great work Keith. It's tough being at the top
Yes, Keith is a ball of fire at times and he is producing results.....that is Keith.......like him, love him, or leave him
We ALL have our issues, but one thing I see in common is that most of us all try to make things better for disc golf and not ourselves.......the individual, as some seem to think that.
GSSS is for the disc golfers....period. It sure isn't for Keith. A series of 6 tourneys run by Keith (thanks by the way) which should bring in not only the local competition, but out of towners as well. WHO Keith chooses to do his pay out is HIS choice as TD, as well as all TD's have their choice.
If you want to play a tourney play it, if you don't, don't. If you have something better then the other person, bring it....just stop the craziness, please and enjoy this game!
grease wrote:Only 432 spots left! Get those entries in!
keith johnson wrote:grease wrote:Only 432 spots left! Get those entries in!
no greg........only 408 spots so far until we add the sponsored am player, then 402
who will be in the first 10 to sign up for all 6 events when we go live???
Carl Wms wrote:Great source of info on one page.
I guess I need to try to make a minimum of three events.
I've never played Lake Olmstead and look forward to that.
Wookie wrote:I like the artwork, is that what will be on the discs?
cmueller wrote:Is it possible to get the set of 7 discs without registering for a tournament? (I'll need to talk to Cathy about this, but I might be interested in getting the full set of discs.)
grease wrote:You can buy all of the series discs by going through the site as if you were signing up for the events without actually doing so. There is an option under "series discs" to buy all 7 for $175.
keith johnson wrote:Super color Mini's(with series logo) are in and there is only 60 left (35 sold on Sunday at "the P")
DOWN TO 40 LEFT!
They also make great GSSS calendars, as they have the dates and locations on them!
1 - $4
2 - $6
3 - $8
4 - $10
They make great Stocking stuffers and holiday gifts for that disc golfer in the family.
Also please remember to signup for the events at www.discgolfseries.com
The store is now active to use your player package vouchers at, with several hundred items available to choose from, so come check it out!
First event has less than 65 spots left and we are 2 months away.
Don't get left out!
Vern wrote:I PM'd Keith and told him how many I wanted. I then sent him a check and covered the postage. He had a bunch of them, probably still has quite a few, and I am sure he would sell them to anybody. Get some - they are cool. I am sure he will be at a course in your area that you could also meet him and buy a handful.
ET- I am going to hold on to mine and then sell them for $100.00 a piece after Keith sells all of the ones he has. I will even have one the GA Team members sign it for you but then I have to give them the standard $25.00 Pro Disc Golfer autograph fee.
keith johnson wrote:Only 30 more player spots left for event #1!
Only 7 Series Tee Signs Left!
Pro field pretty weak so far, Pro's need to sign up or risk waiting for event #2.
I thought the PROS liked playing the Crucible more than AM players.
Pretty soon I'll be hearing that nobody knew about the event I've been promoting since last September.
I guess the 22 pros that played last August in the FCO 2 weren't happy with a 278% payout.
Big Red wrote:This is not meant to be critical in any way it’s just a question; why one day C tiers for the Super Six Series? There seems to be more one day C tiers out there now than anything else?
keith johnson wrote:Big Red wrote:This is not meant to be critical in any way it’s just a question; why one day C tiers for the Super Six Series? There seems to be more one day C tiers out there now than anything else?
Not taking it as criticism, but here are some of MY reasons:
1) Not living near any of the courses except Central means Hotel costs, and late night returns with work and school early Monday if 2 days.
2) Most players seem to PREFER 1 day events so they can do other things.
3) The Series Finale is a 2 day Event at Lake Russell which is like a family mini-vacation, where there are things to do for Dawn and Lorelei (and others spouses and children) while the Event is going on - where at the other parks there isn't much else to do unless you are playing golf.
4) Having 1 day to spend with the family doing non-disc things allows me to still have a family.
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