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  • keith_shupp
    started a topic Championship feed back

    Championship feed back

    I know the thread got long but this is what some of us think would work for a State championship in the fall.

    PDGA c tier event, two days Saturday 36 holes and Sunday a final 18.

    Have all division - You need at least 4 to make a division. Were looking at using two courses or maybe Milo or Hornings hide out. We could go to Corvalis and use two courses there but we could go to any courses nothing set yet.

    We would need someone to be willing to take on being TD but your not alone there is plenty of help already. This is more of a test to get a state championship back and running again. I know its hard to please everyone even myself but this is a step in the right direction. Oregon disc golf has changed alot since I started playing when we only had Rockwood and that we would be lucky to have 15 players show up for events but myself and others have been looking for a true state championship for awhile and this would be a start.

    so let me know what you think I need the input plus it would be nice to also hear from some old timers outside of the Portland metro area.

    Thanks

  • Kevin Madrid
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    Originally posted by keith_shupp View Post
    Kevin lets say there is still 130 more acres down below it just takes time.

    OOOHHH Yes Kind Brother!!

    Just let me know what I can do

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  • keith_shupp
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    Originally posted by Kevin Madrid View Post
    Keith......ummm...Are you still thinking what I think you thinking just past 13 and below
    Kevin lets say there is still 130 more acres down below it just takes time.

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  • Kevin Madrid
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    Originally posted by keith_shupp View Post
    Dabney is a challeging course but your right its tight on the bottom but that will change down the road. What the feed back has stop any more ?

    Keith......ummm...Are you still thinking what I think you thinking just past 13 and below

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  • SMOKIN JOE
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    not that jub jub can still play but we used to have an out of state champion trophy for those who were not from the state and still wanted to play, espicially if it is pdga so people can have rated rounds, don't personaly like the baskets but they seem to hold a disc if you putt it right, will stub be finished by then, just in case we have to many people, real glad to see it happen, haven't been to one since it was at our house, thanks Keith for getting er done, see you there, had a real good time at the masters last year with you in the final round, hope to see you there

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  • keith_shupp
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    Thanks for all of your response but I think we got it figured out. I have been talking with Bob from Hornings hide out and he said that he is almost finished with the third course and will be putting concrete tee pads in on the two bigger courses this month.So we are shooting for mid October there is nothing on the schedual that is major and the Oregon series will be done by then. I just working with some groups to iron out details and will post more details soon. I like Horning hide out for this year because of the 3 courses and you can camp plus you can set up a disc golf festival area too for vendors to come out and sell disc products and have clinics. The smaller course is great for juniors and am womens so that makes plenty of room for the rest of the field. Thanks for all your input and sorry we cant have Jub Jub come down and play. Maybe next year he could move down here to Oregon and play with us since he is always worryed about what we do down here.

    Thanks

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  • SMOKIN JOE
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    thanks again Keith for your work here, two days , multiple courses, anywhere sactioned or not, milo not being my favorite is still a great idea with 36 there and 18 at timber and 18 at dabney, drove farther between courses at the worlds, that's 72 different holes, just like the big boys, I believe four rounds should decide it, it's nice to get people home earlier on sundays though too, i've played full tournaments at dabney before abd didn't think it was any worse than other places, and a slow round at dabney is still quicker than some of the 4 hour rounds i've had in the oregon series and soss series with multiple ghost groups, i'd love to t.d. the event but we have one course with a great feild next to it, and other parks to set up a temp course, camping could be arranged i'm sure, the depot could bring the trailer for script, let's have another more capable club come up with a plan too. let's just get er done, we have some of the best golfers in the world here ,we should make a venue they want to attend and have one of the elite state championships in the country, enough said for now and thanks again keith for gettingn this rolling

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  • NWDiscer
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    Originally posted by dooley View Post
    as well you should be....I will be bummed when we finish again this year...Thursdays will be..alas...just another day.thanks Kevin..the last 4 years have been a blast



    Originally posted by Madrid
    Yeah maybe...but it's a hell of a course for my Dabney Dubz!!! On nights with 60 people on the course it can be cramp and the play is slower. Still very proud to be the TD for Dabney Dubz.
    Dooley you missed the quote for your answer.........i got your back old man.....

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  • dooley
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    as well you should be....I will be bummed when we finish again this year...Thursdays will be..alas...just another day.thanks Kevin..the last 4 years have been a blast

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  • keith_shupp
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    Originally posted by Dr. Zaius View Post
    ah. hence never seeing tourneys there. well, i'm glad that i could at least provide a healthy chuckle.
    Dabney is a challeging course but your right its tight on the bottom but that will change down the road. What the feed back has stop any more ?

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  • Dr. Zaius
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    ah. hence never seeing tourneys there. well, i'm glad that i could at least provide a healthy chuckle.

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  • Kevin Madrid
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    Originally posted by gwillim View Post
    It's a very, very cramped course for serious tournament play. The bottom section is always a big problem for speed of play, and the holes are in such close proximity to each other that it can be pretty dangerous at times.

    Not a good place for serious tournament golf
    Yeah maybe...but it's a hell of a course for my Dabney Dubz!!! On nights with 60 people on the course it can be cramp and the play is slower. Still very proud to be the TD for Dabney Dubz.

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  • gwillim
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    Originally posted by Dr. Zaius View Post
    really? man, i know it's been a few years but i always thought that dabney was pretty nice! why would an ambulance be necessary? muggings? an ignorant mid-valley disc golfer wants to know....
    It's a very, very cramped course for serious tournament play. The bottom section is always a big problem for speed of play, and the holes are in such close proximity to each other that it can be pretty dangerous at times.

    Not a good place for serious tournament golf

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  • Adam Schneider
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    I play Dabney regularly, and I don't know what he's talking about either.

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  • Dr. Zaius
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    Originally posted by gwillim View Post
    No offense Will, but this made me laugh pretty heavily!
    really? man, i know it's been a few years but i always thought that dabney was pretty nice! why would an ambulance be necessary? muggings? an ignorant mid-valley disc golfer wants to know....

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