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  • #16
    Originally posted by LJ Jubner View Post
    I look ed at the PDGA site and =,>935 is the cut off to play advanced so why would I raise it above what I set for a Pro Am.

    I was talking to one of my friends who offered that BYOP is inherently elitist. The idea that you bring your partner removes all the chance (or luck if you want to call it that) trying to win.

    In this instance it about getting tees in at Sedro. so I am changing the format and entry fee.

    BYOP sounds elitist? Sounds like words from someone who hates to lose.
    Maybe that "friend" should look for another partner. Just a thought.

    "What's in the bag", pdga #37977, dgcr #356, **Team Chainbanger'z**

    You are never really playing an opponent. You are playing yourself, your own highest standards, and when you reach your limits, that is real joy.
    -- Arthur Ashe


    • #17
      It's a little over a week away. With the money raised from the FBO raffle we need $350 to have a grand for pads Lets make tees happen


      • #18
        Is this still random doubles? I think you will get much better attendance ($'s) if it is a BYOP.


        • #19
          Sedro The best kept secret in Western WA.
          That's right I said secret!
          With concrete it will be ready for tournament paly
          It really not that far 2nd exit past the recently replaced bridge then about 8 miles


          • #20
            Facebook says this event is a BYOP for $50 a team. Jub says it is random draw for $10 a person. The event is tomorrow. It would be nic to know if I need to scramble to find a partner if I don't have to work tomorrow.