Angie Dickinson is 78 years old. Maybe 30 or 40 years ago, but I think I'd want someone a little younger.
Ok, I have to admit I'm a little fuzzy on the organizational hierarchy. When you put on an event, presumably you have a sanctioning body or a club to provide some liability relief and insurance. If it's a PDGA event, they provide the insurance. If not, who knows. But if an event is sanctioned by a club, most clubs are non-profit by definition, and if the money was going back to the club, then that would show up in their accounting. Policing of profiteering by non-profits is probably sketchy, but I'll bet there is some rule written somewhere that requires accounting of the funds collected, that might be construed to give me the right. And I'm not sure I really want to know. Putting on events is time consuming and we could give the TD all the money and they might not ever do it again. But I was surprised at the idea that this knowledge should be hidden.