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  • The 2010 WA State Series Schedule

    Sorry it's taken so long, we've had some complications along the way, but here is the official schedule for the series this year:

    Windy River…Kennewick…April 17 & 18
    Whiners in the Woods…Kitsap…May 15 & 16
    Lilac City Open…Spokane…June 5 & 6
    Lakewood (at least) Open…July 24 & 25
    White River Open…August 7 & 8
    Finals in Spokane…September 25 & 26

    You may notice that there is one less event than previously planned. Due to that, players will only need to attend 3 out of the 5 regular season tournaments in order to qualify this year.

    Again, sorry for the delay, but hopefully this helps folks plan out their tournament season a little better now.

  • #2
    nothing at steli????

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    • #3
      I heard a rumor that Stielly will have two PDGA tourneys this Summer/Fall, they just won't be included in the series.

      Back to the Washington state series:

      Here's my $.02, please include Sea Tac with Lakewood for the Lakewood Open. The Jet Wash Open is almost a month later and my IMHO will NOT suffer in attendance from both tournies being close in dates. Both will sell out.

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      • #4
        in 09 steli was state finals..in 2010 spokane has the honors...but what was the reason for steli not being in the series? no baskets in when the dates where set in stone? eather way don't matter i hope to be in spokane for finals

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        • #5
          Multi course events

          Originally posted by Yardbird View Post

          Here's my $.02, please include Sea Tac with Lakewood for the Lakewood Open. The Jet Wash Open is almost a month later and my IMHO will NOT suffer in attendance from both tournies being close in dates. Both will sell out.
          I love the idea of two rounds at Lakewood on Saturday, and a round plus finals at Seatac, or two more at Seatac with no finals.
          I love trying to beat a course, whacking away at it multiple times, but when I travel I prefer to experience the variety different regions have to offer.
          Even changing tees or pin positions during a tournament, to me, creates interest and new challenges.
          From a touring pros viewpoint, I can see the disadvantage to playing multiple courses, trying to find time to practice each one, but that's half the fun. Extra trips to the region to play the courses.

          Another problem, or advantage, to running multiple courses is having cooperation and help. With help, both courses can run simultaneously and the event can hold twice as many players. The problem is finding the help and cooperation. It can be twice the undertaking.
          Ho Hum, or Multiple Courses, either way, I'm coming over for both.
          Stimpi
          Last edited by Stimpi; March 6th, 2010, 06:57 PM. Reason: forgot something

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          • #6
            Originally posted by WSS10 Info View Post
            Sorry it's taken so long, we've had some complications along the way, but here is the official schedule for the series this year:

            Windy River…Kennewick…April 17 & 18
            Whiners in the Woods…Kitsap…May 15 & 16
            Lilac City Open…Spokane…June 5 & 6
            Lakewood (at least) Open…July 24 & 25
            White River Open…August 7 & 8
            Finals in Spokane…September 25 & 26

            You may notice that there is one less event than previously planned. Due to that, players will only need to attend 3 out of the 5 regular season tournaments in order to qualify this year.

            Again, sorry for the delay, but hopefully this helps folks plan out their tournament season a little better now.

            What will be the PDGA Sanctioning Tier Level for each of these events, please, so I may add that to the calendar.
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            • #7
              They'll all be B-tiers.
              Untwist thine undergarments, 'tis but a Frisbee.

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              • #8
                thanks, updating.....

                hey, wait minute:

                According to: http://www.pdga.com/event?TournID=10350
                and: http://www.pdga.com/event?TournID=9905

                Windy River and Jet Wash are C-Tiers, not B-Tiers.

                But at: http://www.nwdiscgolfnews.com/forum/...58&postcount=7

                it says that all WAS events are B-Tiers.

                Which information is correct?

                Thanks in advance for your informed response!
                Last edited by TreeLove; March 15th, 2010, 12:47 PM.
                Ratings-based divisions: disc golf's inevitable future.
                Disc Golf Calendar: www.NWDiscGolf.info, or click CALENDAR at top of page
                Submit Event to Calendar: treelove@nwdiscgolf.info
                Team Disc Golf: http://www.teamdiscgolf.com
                Bitchin' URL: http://www.nwdiscgolf.com

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TreeLove View Post
                  thanks, updating.....

                  hey, wait minute:

                  According to: http://www.pdga.com/event?TournID=10350
                  and: http://www.pdga.com/event?TournID=9905

                  Windy River and Jet Wash are C-Tiers, not B-Tiers.

                  But at: http://www.nwdiscgolfnews.com/forum/...58&postcount=7

                  it says that all WAS events are B-Tiers.

                  Which information is correct?

                  Thanks in advance for your informed response!
                  Windy River shows up as a B tier for me.

                  And according to the official list of events above, Jet Wash is not part of the series this year.
                  Untwist thine undergarments, 'tis but a Frisbee.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks, I stand DOUBLY corrected!
                    Ratings-based divisions: disc golf's inevitable future.
                    Disc Golf Calendar: www.NWDiscGolf.info, or click CALENDAR at top of page
                    Submit Event to Calendar: treelove@nwdiscgolf.info
                    Team Disc Golf: http://www.teamdiscgolf.com
                    Bitchin' URL: http://www.nwdiscgolf.com

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by WSS10 Info View Post
                      Windy River…Kennewick…April 17 & 18
                      Whiners in the Woods…Kitsap…May 15 & 16
                      Lilac City Open…Spokane…June 5 & 6
                      Lakewood (at least) Open…July 24 & 25
                      White River Open…August 7 & 8
                      Finals in Spokane…September 25 & 26
                      Again, sorry for the delay, but hopefully this helps folks plan out their tournament season a little better now.

                      I noticed Lakewood is not yet listed Nationally. Anytime soon?
                      and whats the "at least" part all about is it a Mystery?
                      rewindb.com

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by LJ Jubner View Post
                        I noticed Lakewood is not yet listed Nationally. Anytime soon?
                        and whats the "at least" part all about is it a Mystery?
                        I believe the "at least" refers to the fact that the goal is a two course weekend--Lakewood and SeaTac. I applaud efforts to achieve this goal as I think it is a gread idea for a tournament that is in the WSS.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Kenny B View Post
                          I believe the "at least" refers to the fact that the goal is a two course weekend--Lakewood and SeaTac. I applaud efforts to achieve this goal as I think it is a gread idea for a tournament that is in the WSS.
                          Ah, the mythical "Seawood Open."

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                          • #14
                            Don't you mean Laketac?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Cold Steel View Post
                              Ah, the mythical "Seawood Open."
                              Funny. Maybe the stamp could be a piece of driftwood.
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