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  • #46
    Originally posted by DMajor View Post
    I think this statement is true if you are talking about the 8th through 12th men on the bench.

    Judging from my own experience most of the players playing in the "big dance" are in fact playing for themselves more than for their team. I do think they play a much better team game than the NBA.

    Back to the thread.

    I will huck for Haiti with as many partners as allowed.

    Will it be a mystery venue???


    I'm leaning toward 3-headed monster format for the Huckin' for Haiti fundraiser...
    with that said, I'm thinking that it needs to be someplace challenging...
    I need to consult with some folks in the next few days before throwing out any prospective ideas or courses though.

    I disagree about the college players not playing for the team... of course, there's going to be some 'I' guys on every team, but those that make it through to the Final Four will have meshed as a 'team' first and foremost.
    Don't just walk past that candy wrapper on the fairway-- I know you saw it!

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    • #47
      When are you thinking this event is gonna take place? How many players are you going to accept? Whens the sign up? Id love to play it sounds like a great way to help out and generate awareness and interest. Please post something when you get the information narrowed down a bit. Thanks

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      • #48
        Also Hockey is the shiznit. Bad ass game played with intensity and enthusiasm for the full 60 minutes. Not a bunch of showboating individuals flexin their bling and things. Hockey just isnt as mainstream as the nba. Last years nhl finals were the best in years. Same two teams from the year before, came down to game seven and the Penguins win it in detroit. Awesome.

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        • #49
          Your hockey not as mainstream as basketball comment is ammusing sitting up here in Canada. I personally don't like hockey but about 95% of the people I know do, and exactly zero of them care about basket ball.
          My favourite putter is my driver.

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          • #50
            The only sport I'm gonna be watching for the next month is the other mainstream Canadian sport, curling of course
            'Weekend 4 Women':
            Saturday, June 30th - Sudoku Showdown II - FREE PDGA XC Tier
            Sunday, July 1st - Seattle SuperClassic - FREE PDGA XC Tier

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            • #51
              Just to try to get this thread back on track...


              The Burnaby Disc Golf Club with the Tsawwassen Disc Golf Club
              and British Columbia Disc Sports Society present the

              2010 Burnaby Open

              a PDGA C-Tier Event

              At Robert Burnaby Park, Burnaby, BC, Canada
              March 20th and 21st, 2010

              Pro Open/Pro Women - $65*
              Pro Masters/Grandmasters - $55*
              Adv/Int (MA1, MA2, MM1, FW1, FW2) - $45*
              Recreational/Novice - $35*
              Youth/Junior - $25

              Add $2.00 for the Optional Ace Pot
              Current BCDSS Members receive a $5 discount on any entry fee
              *Current PDGA Members receive a $10 discount
              All Amateur Division Players will receive a tournament t-shirt with registration.
              Minimum 3 competitors required for a division.

              Support the Tournament by Sponsoring a Tee sign - $20

              Sign up On-Line @ PDGA.com
              or e-mail bburbee@telus.net

              Tournament Central will be in the Swimming Pool parking lot. First left off of Hill Ave.
              The Course will be available for play at 2pm on Friday March 19th
              Last Minute Registration and Payment will be available at Tournament Central on Mar 19th from 2pm-7pm.
              No Saturday Morning Registration, only Check-in, Check in Closing @ 8:30am Sharp

              Saturday Morning Players Meeting @ 8:45am
              Round 1 Start @ 9:15am

              Sunday Morning Players Meeting @ 10:00am
              Awards @ 4:00pm


              Throw Big or Go Home

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