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  • sduvaul
    started a topic The Amateur Paranormal Event-Bryant Park-September 17th

    The Amateur Paranormal Event-Bryant Park-September 17th

    We will be holding a fundraiser disc golf tournament at Bryant park in Albany. It will be two rounds of golf played in the easy (A) positions. This is an amateur only, non-pdga event (no pros). This is a fundraising event for the Oregon Indigent Burial fund. This is a charity that reimburses funeral homes for the cost of burying the homeless and unidentified. This is a creepy charity, but it needs our help. Media coverage will be at this event. Entry fee is $30 and includes lunch and a catered dinner. There will be trophies, prizes, and a raffle with fabulous prizes for all. Come help support the forgotten dead and get your revenge on Bryant park. Show up and pay. Give me your name and division here. More details to follow. Limit 80 players.
    Last edited by sduvaul; August 23rd, 2011, 07:55 PM.

  • Altophish
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    We had a lot of fun even with the limited number of people who made it.

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  • E Smith
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    How did this event go?

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  • TwiZ
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    Kelley(my friend from work) will definitely need to be in rec. as far as Kevin...If I have to play Int, he should too!

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  • SMOKIN JOE
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    Originally posted by sduvaul View Post
    There is recreational, intermediate, advanced, and advanced masters. If any women show up to play, there will be girl prizes--clothes and a spa/facial treatment. The top advanced will receive skydiving for two. Each division will have it's own cool list of prizes. Everyone entered will receive a gift bag full of various items of value. Sign-in starts at 8 am. Players meeting begins at 830 am.
    Thank You. Haven't had a Saturday off in a while. Haven't had a Friday night either. The wife said I might still be drunk Saturday, but go have some fun.

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  • sduvaul
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    Originally posted by SMOKIN JOE View Post
    What divisions have formed already?
    There is recreational, intermediate, advanced, and advanced masters. If any women show up to play, there will be girl prizes--clothes and a spa/facial treatment. The top advanced will receive skydiving for two. Each division will have it's own cool list of prizes. Everyone entered will receive a gift bag full of various items of value. Sign-in starts at 8 am. Players meeting begins at 830 am.

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  • SMOKIN JOE
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    Divisions?

    What divisions have formed already?

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  • Scott
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    I heard there might be a rec division added. If so, would that be the best place for someone who has only played one tournament and, in that tournament, shot rounds rated 877, 801 and 855?

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  • sduvaul
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    There are over 300 dollars in donated prizes for each division. Donating sponsors include - Play It Again Sports, The Dollar Tree, Huklab, The Party Store, Deek and Bryan's Sport Adventures, Shanghai Tunnels, Scream at the Beach, Jano's Trophies, and many others. For more information on the tournament and the group of outside people organizing this event go to www.oregonprosociety.com

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  • Altophish
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    No need to apologize. The forum exists to find answers to your questions.

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  • Matt B.
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    Originally posted by Altophish View Post
    "Did you really think your fundraiser was going to cause a Pro to withdraw from the ORDGC?"

    Nope...it's called "common courtesy". So we forgot it was invitation only. Sue us. And yes...we hope to fill up with the help of Mark Minor and the circle of support he already has.
    And since you mentioned it earlier....Pro's DO whine to much but it didn't take the CC to have a bead on that issue!
    Ok, sorry for asking.

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  • Altophish
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    "Did you really think your fundraiser was going to cause a Pro to withdraw from the ORDGC?"

    Nope...it's called "common courtesy". So we forgot it was invitation only. Sue us. And yes...we hope to fill up with the help of Mark Minor and the circle of support he already has.
    And since you mentioned it earlier....Pro's DO whine to much but it didn't take the CC to have a bead on that issue!

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  • Matt B.
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    Originally posted by Altophish View Post
    #1 You make more money from Ams.
    #2 There are way more Ams than Pros
    #3 It's our way of helping the Pro field out for the Oregon DC Championship(since they are unfortunately on the same weekend.)

    And finally....EVERYONE from ANY division is WELCOME, always!!! They just can't all play!
    Jeromie - I hope your event goes well, and as I can't play that weekend I have no dog in this race, BUT if you're going to get all #1, #2, #3 on me, I will almost always play along.

    #1 - You'll make less money for the charity with less participants. Unless you think this is going to fill up....

    #2 - Yes, and see #1.

    #3 - ORDGC is a pre-qualified invitation only event and it's full. Did you really think your fundraiser was going to cause a Pro to withdraw from the ORDGC?

    You have your reasons I am sure, and it sounds like a great cause. I've just never seen someone exclude a group from a non-PDGA fundraiser before. It's a head scratcher. Good luck, I hope it goes well.

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  • Altophish
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    #1 You make more money from Ams.
    #2 There are way more Ams than Pros
    #3 It's our way of helping the Pro field out for the Oregon DC Championship(since they are unfortunately on the same weekend.)

    And finally....EVERYONE from ANY division is WELCOME, always!!! They just can't all play!

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  • Matt B.
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    Sounds like a good cause. But, a fundraiser event where some divisions aren't welcome? I can't play either way, but why limit the divisions of a non PDGA fundraiser?

    Did the comments coming from some whiny Pro players at the CC bother you that much? Wouldn't you raise more money for the charity if everyone was welcome?
    Last edited by Matt B.; August 30th, 2011, 08:31 AM.

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