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Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 11:29 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Mike ran event
Oak Park
Red Tees

17 players
Single digit wind chills.

9 Open players
Scooba: 50
Ben Maass: 55
Chad: 57

8 Handicap division players
Andy Horning: 63-14=49
Deb Imel: 65-10=55
Robin Reimer: 67-12=55
Josh Luinstra: 62-7=55

4 women braved the frigid temps and played hard. Deb set a handicap on the short tees last weekend and cashed with only a 10 stroke handicap. I heard that she beat some of the pros! That would include me.

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2008 4:49 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Mike ran event
HH Park
Blue Tees
Even Long Pins

9 players
light rain to start drying up after a few holes

Open (5)
Scooba: 51
Bo Carrasco: 54!

Handicap (4)
Andy Horning: 61-12=49
Russ Horning: 60-6=54

Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 8:36 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Mike ran event
Oak Park
Blue tees

12 Players

Open (6)

Mike: 51
Chad: 54

Handicap (6)

Amanda: 54
Robin: 55

Starting weekday league tomorrow!

Herman Hill at 5:30pm.

Posted: Wed Mar 12, 2008 1:37 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Mike ran event
Herman Hill Park
Red Tees
Evenlong Pins

24 players
Light winds becoming calm & 65 degrees.

Open (9)

Mike: 49
Crispin: 50
Jeff: 50

Handicap (13)

Shane: 53-10=43
Peter: 61-12=49 (Crispin has your ambucks)
Grant: 55-5=50
Dave Wiley: 57-6=51 (ambucks in clubhouse)

Posted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:11 am
by Schoen-hopper
Playing singles tonight at Oak. This week and next week will be short tees at Oak.

Posted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:38 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Oak Park
Short Tees

17 Players
35 mph south wind

Open (9)

Jeff: -2
Scooba: -1
Crispin: +1
Josh Hull: +1

Handicap (8 )

Lizard: 59-10=49
Josh L.: 58-7=51
Robin: 65-12=53

Not to bad for scores considering that was some killer wind. Twice on my card, there was a 20 foot putt for birdie that ended up in a 5.

Next Tues. is singles at Herman. Blue tees, I believe.

Posted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:38 pm
by disclizard
I know I screwed up a birdie chance on 16. Disc was hyzering right for the basket from about 30 some odd feet when the edge lifted up and showed the bottom to the wind. the wind caught it and lifted it right over the basket and it landed about ten feet from the road but the wind just pushed it up the hill and over the road and up the curb on the other side. That left me an Ob drop shot against the wind back down to the basket which of course was lifted up again and hit the hole marker on the top of the basket. I went from a very posible chance of ending up 2 or 3 over to a 5 overpar . still a great round for me.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 10:59 pm
by Schoen-hopper
31 players out at Herman Hill tonight, including 8 first time singles players. Sold 15 discs and 3 memberships. League is getting big in Wichita.

Mike (& Crispin) ran event
Herman Hill Park
Blue Tees
Even-Long Pins

31 Players
Steady 15 mph breeze

Open (12)

Ron Unruh: 50
Ben Maass: 51
Scooba: 53
Jeff: 53

Handicap (13)

Josh L. 60-8=52 (guess the challenge was yet again, a tie)
Jason A. 60-7=53
Andy H. 64-11=53 (I have 5 bob bucks for him in the clubhouse)
Grant: 60-5=55
Shane: 64-9=55

Recreational (6)

6 Players chose to play for free to set handicaps.

Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:39 pm
by jump_putter
thats right people, i baaaaack!!!!! taking this league back over!!!! Get used to it!!!! lol was nice to see everyone again, ima try to get back and play more this year, but just had a baby in dec and gonna be tough to get the fiance to let me out much.

Posted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 10:04 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Crispin ran event
Oak Park
Short Tees

12 Players

Open (4)
Crispin: 52
Scooba: 56

Handicap (8 )
Adam Skladzien: 56-10=46
Josh Skladzien: 57-7=50
Josh Luinstra: 59-8=51
Lizard: 61=10=51

Posted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 10:12 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Here is your chance to pad your handi. Were playing all long pins and tees tomorrow! Crispin shot 54 on the this longest of ICT layouts on Friday.

Should have discs priced and in the inventory ready to sell.

Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:16 am
by jtkustomizer
Mike could you please post whos rounds got thrown out of the handicap system because they were above the average.

Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 11:30 am
by Schoen-hopper
Yeah, I'll post all the info tonight.

I did have one question come up last night. I was asked why a players handicap went down a stroke when the last round logged was not below their handicap.

While this is very rare, it did happen. But, it is the scoring average that is the key here, not the handicap number. If you shoot below your scoring average, your handicap could go down.

Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 1:04 pm
by disclizard
Mike could you please post whos rounds got thrown out of the handicap system because they were above the average.

Josh I don't undersand what you meen by a round being thrown out for being above average. I never really did understand handicaps and stuff. Mike when you post whoes rounds got tossed couls you also explain what this meens and why . heck i just go out and throw and try to have fun . some of this is really technical and I don't get technical stuff some

Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 2:14 pm
by Schoen-hopper
Here's how the handicap system works.

All players who finish their round during singles league get their rounds re corded.

The handicap is figured (rounded to the nearest whole number) at 80% of the difference between a players scoring average and 52. That handicap number equates roughly with the number of strokes you average over par 54, but not always the same.

Only a player's 8 most recent rounds are included.

For players who already have 3 rounds logged, future scores need to be reasonably close to their scoring average to count. I use a specific method to determine this. Within 9 strokes of the scoring average for players who's average is in the 50's. Within 10 for players in the 60's. Within 11 for players in the 70's and up.