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  • #16
    Magilla can we come up and play thursday to see what the course is like, by chance?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Scott View Post
      Look at Justin, always giving back to the sport.
      and some people join the sport for the wrong reason...

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      • #18
        The whole megillah...

        Online registration closes tonight
        Most answers are here

        Friday Registration from 2 - 4 PM at Skibowl East/ Multorpor. Saturday Registration 8AM at Skibowl West. Player's Meeting 8:30AM - West. Men's Advanced divisions play the Beast with tee times Saturday, lifts at 10AM. Everybody else has a shotgun start on Multorpor at 9:15AM. Everybody plays two rounds Saturday, lunch is hosted at Skibowl West Starlight Cafe(unlimited hotdog buffet and drinks - show your wrsitband) and dinner is hosted at the Beer Stube (BBQ Chicken, Mash, Coleslaw, Beans and drinks.) Entry also includes a couple of rides on the alpine slide. Sunday is one round for everybody with the Pros on the Beast layout (teetimes) and all others shotgun start at 10 AM at Multorpor. KOM Basket Race is Saturday night after dinner.

        The KOM finals are Sunday afternoon. If you've played any of these events you know what you're in for. Qualifiers will get booty. The top four Open Men (cumulative score from all Tour events) will tee from the top of the bowl to the base of Skibowl West. Discs will be flying a long way and each player will need a team of spotters. Binoculars will be helpful! Spectators can hang out in the bowl and follow the action. Sunday awards are at the Ratskeller in Government Camp, 6PM.

        Camping is at your discretion. The National Forest allows overnight parking across the road from Skibowl West at the Snowpark. No matter your
        decision, please be respectful. The group lodging option is $25 per night per head per bed and will include breakfast each morning. There is super limited parking, so guests only are allowed and you must rsvp by tonight to reserve your space.

        The East course, Multorpor, is a loop base course (starts and finishes at the East lodge.) The West course, 666, is accessed by a two seater chair. After the first 6 holes you ride the Upper bowl chair to access the next 6 holes and then play 6 back to the base from the warming hut in the bowl. There are some pretty good views.

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        • #19
          i just got signed up

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          • #20
            Played the Multorpor course yesterday with a couple Portland ringers and it is really fun. Nice mix of holes, including 2 downhill holes that will make anyone say wow (or in my case: oh @#*&).
            Note to anyone considering venturing up today (thur): there are only a few baskets up on the course, and the walkouts are not marked. It would have been just about impossible to play the course without an escort.

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            • #21
              Will?



              that cracked me up. sorry guys but i'm not going to make this one. i gotta work friday night and watch some duck football on saturday. tears me up inside. oh, geez... :sniff talk amongst yourselves...

              i will see whomever makes it to whistlers on sunday...
              May the wind be in your favor...

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Dr. Zaius View Post
                Will?



                that cracked me up. sorry guys but i'm not going to make this one. i gotta work friday night and watch some duck football on saturday. tears me up inside. oh, geez... :sniff talk amongst yourselves...

                i will see whomever makes it to whistlers on sunday...
                There is NO football team in this state worth watching....unless you like seeing them LOOSE...
                We wont miss you...we will be having too great a time.



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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Magilla View Post
                  There is NO football team in this state worth watching....unless you like seeing them LOOSE...
                  We wont miss you...we will be having too great a time.



                  i DO like seeing my team "loose". limber too. gotta root for your team brah.

                  and don't worry gilla, i won't miss you either...
                  May the wind be in your favor...

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                  • #24
                    http://www.pdga.com/tournament-resul...ratings=1#Open

                    Results are up! Nate took it down, solid play all week. Second round was brutal in the wind and rain and for those on the mountain...yikes, they had to play in the CLOUDS. Visibility was very poor, the round ended in the dark around 7:30 PM.

                    Lane Mason is the King of the Mountain overall, beating Kirk, Dion and Andrew by six, seven and sixteen strokes respectively.

                    Thanks to Ryan and the whole Rebels crew that kicked ass all summer long! Sweet tournament, perfect execution!
                    Team DISCRAFT
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                    Gorilla Boy
                    Paragon Disc Golf
                    Odwalla

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                    • #25
                      I second that. Thanks to Ryan and the Rebels for putting on a great mountain series...f*ing. bad. ass!
                      Golf appeals to the idiot in us and the child. Just how childlike golf players become is proven by their frequent inability to count past five. - John Updike

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                      • #26
                        That alpine course was brutal in the fog, rain, cold, and wind. I wish I could have played it in better conditions but it was still a badass course anyway.
                        On another note I noticed that on the results it shows me as not being a PDGA member. I think it have happened to a few people.
                        -Shaun Kirk 33030

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by ahukingacehole View Post
                          That alpine course was brutal in the fog, rain, cold, and wind. I wish I could have played it in better conditions but it was still a badass course anyway.
                          That Mtn course WAS SWEET!
                          It would be insane IF Ski Bowl made that the permanent layout.

                          The Pro pool was LUCKY (and happy) that we didnt have to play it in Saturdays weather...

                          It was sure nice up there on Sunday...

                          Congrats to Jeff Cox sealing the win in Masters with a throw in from around 200' or so on Hole 17.

                          The "Rebel House" was ROCKIN'.....LATE into the night both friday & saturday.

                          Finally.......



                          All for Rebel Leader Ryan Lane....for his awesome dedication to this Mtn Series.
                          The amount of work that he put into these events was IncrediBowl.

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                          • #28
                            nice shooting Mr. 33030 you'll need it Tuesday

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