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  • Vector_2008
    started a topic RIVERfair at Keizer Rapids, 11 August 2012

    RIVERfair at Keizer Rapids, 11 August 2012

    RIVERfair at Keizer Rapids

    Keizer Rapids Park, Keizer, Oregon


    PDGA sanctioned "C" Tier

    11 August 2012

    2 rounds of 18+ rounds

    Maximum # players = 72

    This tournament would run in conjunction with
    RIVERfair 2012 that is also happening in another part of the park. Food, adult beverages, and music will be happening there.

    More information will be available soon.

  • M.Parker
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    Awesome tourny, thanks for all the hard work chris and everyone else at ccdgc. hopefully this is the first of many more pdga events in salem. props

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  • Vector_2008
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    A lot of work has happened on the course in the last couple of weeks. Mowing, weed eating, more tee signs, all the concrete tee pads are in, more alt basket locations. You all better check out the course before the tourney.


    Online signups are still happening.
    If you like to play and pay day of, send me a pm so i know you playing.

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  • CarlitosBonitos
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    Pro divisions 6 registered
    Open
    6 players
    Chris Wilcox PDGA 35721
    Leland ODriscoll PDGA 28079
    Marshall Dunst PDGA 52872
    Mckenzie Baldwin PDGA 47906
    Reed Key PDGA 34411
    Shaun Kirk PDGA 33030
    Amateur divisions 18 registered
    Advanced
    5 players
    BEAST JOHNSTON
    Carl Boje PDGA 38901
    Hayden Rue PDGA 54751
    Jordan Tardie PDGA 30526
    Michael Ray PDGA 49078

    Advanced Masters
    3 players
    Bill"Chubbyman"Harpster
    nathan kabza PDGA 27316
    Steven Egler PDGA 52181

    Advanced Grandmasters
    5 players
    Ed Johson PDGA 48332
    Joe Higgins PDGA 51565
    Kevin Canfield PDGA 48150
    Rich Ayers
    Swami Swanson PDGA 5296

    Intermediate
    5 players
    Chris McRae PDGA 41407
    Corbin
    Jason "FILLY" Fillis
    Joshua Parker
    Robert Littrell PDGA 48619

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  • Vector_2008
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    Originally posted by natebond View Post
    you guys don't do pre reg list?
    http://www.discgolfscene.com/tournam...2/registration

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  • CarlitosBonitos
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    pre registration is up

    At discgolfscene.com

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  • natebond
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    you guys don't do pre reg list?

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  • Vector_2008
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    Discs have been hot stamped and on their way. I should have them on Friday!

    22 players are signed up. 5 open and 17 Amateur.
    Looking for more junior players. We would like to have that division.

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  • Vector_2008
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    All amateur players will be getting an Innova disc in the players pack.

    I have ordered Champion Destroyers, Sidewinders, Firebirds, and Monarchs.

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  • Vector_2008
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    Originally posted by natebond View Post
    So, I will be in town on my vacation and was wondering if I should try and play this event. I see from other posts that the course is fairly young and maybe in need of work. Is it going to be playable for the tourney or should I just play a casual round elsewhere? Coming from Raleigh, NC.
    I would definitely recommend you play this tourney.
    This a difficult course the rewards accuracy over distance and power.
    I play this course weekly and can honestly say I have only lost one disc on the course and several in the water hazards due to errant throws. I got that one disc back the next day from the person who found it.

    We are having a work party on the 28 of July to deal with the grass and other vegetation. We are also working on getting an inmate work crew to deal with some scotch broom and other vegetation.

    This isn't a ball golf course, this a disc golf course in a wooded area with some respect for the natural surroundings. (Sorry we couldn't use heavy equipment to build it like other courses) The more people who play the course, the better it gets.

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  • DEG3
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    Originally posted by natebond View Post
    So, I will be in town on my vacation and was wondering if I should try and play this event. I see from other posts that the course is fairly young and maybe in need of work. Is it going to be playable for the tourney or should I just play a casual round elsewhere? Coming from Raleigh, NC.
    is a fun course, especially for an east coaster. however it is not even remotely close to the best Oregon has to offer. This course is a high risk for disc loss due to extensive undergrowth, which is the bulk of the complaints from what i can tell, which could make for a slow tournament...which is why I'm not sure if I'll play yet either.

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  • natebond
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    So, I will be in town on my vacation and was wondering if I should try and play this event. I see from other posts that the course is fairly young and maybe in need of work. Is it going to be playable for the tourney or should I just play a casual round elsewhere? Coming from Raleigh, NC.

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  • Vector_2008
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    Registration

    Registration is now open for RIVERfair!

    http://store.northwestsignup.com/ind...products_id=70

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  • CarlitosBonitos
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    What a wonderful birthday gift...

    This is on my bday, I think I know how i will spend my bday now. Thanks Chris!

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