Originally Posted by Sam
Just so we're clear... the course will be closed during the clinics and women (playing without their men, even) who are not interested in participating in the clinics are supposed to... not even be at the course? Saturday was supposed to be a casual day, right?
I do not want to sully the Chick Flick thing either, Bob. And I wouldn't have posted again but you keep coming back to the "guys need to understand" which is more than a little silly considering I have stated that it was the women who wanted to do this and their men were being supportive of their ladies' desires on what was supposed to be their weekend. I am having a hard time understanding why that is being missed here, Bob. Should I try saying it a different way?
I understand both sides... but feel the heavy-handed nature of the responses - not to even mention trying to pin it on Patrick and I - was more than super lame. Seriously... the phone call from T-Bell would have been enough and I would have jumped to your guys' side without a moment's thought. I did that before I read Carie's post and really absorbed your post, Bob. But... telling people to not even bother showing up at the course if they want to play doubles will probably result in exactly that which will mean a lower turnout for the Chick Flick.
Please enough already this is getting way out of hand, and putting a negative spin on what is suppose to be a positive event. For those who do not want to take part in the clinics or help out with the clinics that is perfectly fine. The intention is to have a causal day for the LADIES to play together, and to learn together. However the canyon course will be closed for we may be using parts of it for the clinics, and later for the causal mixed division rounds. The Highland course will be open for casual play, and for those who choose not to take part in the clinics or casual mixed division round. The Canyon course will be available for play after the clinics, and casual round for the rest of the day. Really guys & gals lets try to work together to put on the most awesome disc golf weekend. There are a lot of people who are working really hard towards that goal, and this stuff is just really discouraging.