definitely feeling a little nostalgic here at the keyboard as i realize this will be my last post in my first thread for a tournament i am co-td'ing... ahhh... memories...
okay, enough nonsense already... i thought it might be helpful to repost the schedule, so here it is (big and bold):
Check In: 7:30-8am
Players Meeting: 8:15
Tee Off: 8:45
Players Meeting: 12:45
Tee Off: 1:00
Awards: 45 minutes after last card comes in
and a couple other things of note:
stop worrying about mandos and OBs... we'll have a list, they'll be marked (no need for drama)
and please still use caution on the drive up the hill... no matter what the weather decides to do, there is still a distinct possibility of slickery corners and patches of black ice... the freezing fog this year's been a tad on the wicked nasty side out here on the west side, so give yourself a few extra minutes for the trip (and don't worry, arriving early for check in is never a bad thing)...
looking forward to seeing everybody out there... looks like Slosh #2 is shaping up to be a right nice little event... thank you to everyone preemptively for showing up and participating.
p.s. and don't forget your lunch.
p.p.s. goooooo, Slosh!!!
"'There are two mantras.,' Bernard said, 'Yum and yuk. Mine is yum.'"
Tom Robbins, Still Life With Woodpecker
Thank you Emma, Gary, Jeff and all the others that made this such a fun event.
Well run, timely and thoroughly enjoyable. I really appreciate all the hard work and attention to detail that made this such a great event.
Nihilists! F@#$ me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.
Had a great time. Even after the events of my drive up, I thoroughly enjoyed myself.
"Love is not primarily a relationship to a specific person. Love is an attitude, an ordination of character which determines the relatedness of the person to the whole world as a whole, not toward one object of love.”
What can I say? It is well run event! Great jobs, Emma, Garry and the staff! It was the most fun especially to witness Sara's first ace at # 6 From what I learned that it was Andrea's first win as Advanced Women, and the best part is that not of us settled for 3rd or 4th as three of us end up in tied for 2nd!!
2012 Beaver State Fling Women ADV Master
I had a great time and that is the 1st priority.A ton of props to Emma and Gary for stepping up and TDing.As usual the experience of Jeff Haggerty and Steve Carson along with some awesome sponsors made this another great event.Stumptown Slosh events
I set the par for the Canyon at 56. Holes 13 & 18 being par 4s.
I set the par on Meadow Ridge as 60. Holes 10 & 16 being par 5s and Holes 7 & 14 being par 4s.
Actually the only difference is the par set by Jeff on Meadow Ridge, hole # 10. Hole 13 and 18 on Canyon we list as par 4's, hole 7 on Meadow Ridge we list 2 ways, par 4 for non-pros, par 3 for pros, Hole 14 we list as par 4, and 16 of course is par 5. We do list hole 10 as a par 4, though all this is up to the TDs for each tournament.
A big shout out to Emma and all for a great event, and Emma, please thank your dad again for the souvenir trophy, very fun and cool!