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  • 2011 Corbin Park Open

    I will be running the 2011 Corbin Park Open on Sat. May 7 2011 at Corbin Park DGC in Post Falls, ID. Registration is as follows:

    Open Divisions $50
    Advanced Divisions $40
    Intermediate Divisions $30
    Junior/Rec Divisions $20

    Subtract $10 if current PDGA member except JR/Rec. Register at Rapid Fire in Post Falls. Mail reg to Rapid Fire Plastics at 2450 E. Seltice Way, Post Falls, ID 83854 make checks payable to Jack Wardian. Sorry no online reg. Call me at 5O9 six88 5two38 if you have questions

    $2 optional ace pot

    Last chance registration will be 7-8:30am on day of. get there early to make sure you get signed up. I will not wait for late players so come prepared.

    I'll try to get the flyer posted soon

  • #2
    I've got the event info up on PDGA now, here's the link:

    http://www.pdga.com/tournament_results/67963

    The reason I did not do online registration thru PDGA is because I was hopeful that we could get it set up on the northidahodiscgolf.com website but the webmast couldn't come thru like he said he could, so that was my mistake and I'm sorry for the inconvenience. Sign ups can be taken at Rapid Fire Plastics, you can mail them there, and I will also start bringing flyers with me to weekly league as well - we'll be at Cherry Hill on 4-13 and Corbin again on the 20th.

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    • #3
      So for the tournament, did we get a dispensation from Post Falls to use the baskets in the longer positions? The reason I ask is it's a fun shot for 15 to the long from the off season tee pad. Also, who wants to throw a short ass hole four. With that being said, I think that we could make the course exceptional with a little bit of out of bounds string and some well placed mando's.

      Can't wait Scott, you always put on a good tournament. This should be no different.
      "Honest work is for the downtrodden and the Polish"
      Cleveland Brown

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      • #4
        For instance, I envision some very different play if we were to make all road shots o.b. Definite risk reward on some of those holes.
        "Honest work is for the downtrodden and the Polish"
        Cleveland Brown

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        • #5
          Stu, for the sake of simplicity and my head not exploding I want to keep things as simple as possible. I personally as a player really like the idea of long 15, long long 18, and roads OB. As a TD I don't want to get a bunch of string or paint to mark OB. One of the main reasons I dont' want to do those odd things is because I want to see exacting how rounds at Corbin get rated as they are usually played. I probably will not use hole 4 in the shortest position - it's dumb, probably won't play 15 in the long position because we seldom do, and won't pursue the long long position on 18 because we never use it there. I want it's set up to play like a regular league round. That said I could have a change of heart. Perhaps future events there will have more added to make rounds lore difficult. Thanks.

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