Originally Posted by "Over the Hill" Bob
Ok, maybe if you have the event at the "right" park, you wouldn't need extra insurance. As for protecting my rating?
I'll put my 753 PDGA rating on the line anywhere, any place, any time.
Why so anti PDGA Keith? It's already been pointed out that it really isn't a finacial burden. You've started a great discussion but seem to have already made up your mind that it HAS to be a 1 day event AND that it HAS to be non-PDGA.
sorry Bob Im saying number one a two day event not one day and yes that it being a Pdga event will cost more money its $3 for paid members and $10 dollars non memebers so if you had say 100 players or more that much money would be about $700 to $800 dollars for that much money you could buy that course a million dollar insurance policy. thats what it cost us for policy for Sea-tac when I lived up there and that was for the whole year. Im not anti Pdga and this is my problem with it being a PDGA event is Oregon money goes out to them and what do we get in return (thats if we dont need the insurance) we could use that money for the event or return it to the home course for up keep or even a insurance policy that would cover any event all year long. I have always looked at the money side of it since I have raised over 100,000 for putting in courses and event donation. If the event is the Oregon state championships and you dont need points or players rating or insurance than why make it pdga and send that money away.plus Im not the only person who thinks this way so please see were im coming from and dont make it seem as anti pdga because I always think oregon first thats why we have so many courses to choose from.