Originally Posted by Scott
It seems that anyone could get hot on a given weekend and be crowned a state champion, even though they may not be thought of as the best player in the state. A state champion should demonstrate sustained excellence. What about somehow tying the state championships with the Oregon series? In my mind, the O.S. points leader at the end of the season is the real champion. At least under our current system.
Scott, this is nothing personal against you or the ORS.
I don't think it would be fair to the golfers in K-Falls, Coos Bay, or even the remote town of Remote if this were to happen.
It seems with the "qualifiers" getting first crack at ORS events, the field would only consist of the "elite" group that is starting to form.
Stand away from the "tee box " for a bit and imagine how many potential state champ golfers are out there that either don't know or care about the ORS. (again nothing personal).
I think it should be wide open to ANY DISC GOLFER in the state.
IMO it would get boring to compete against the same ol same ol's again and again and again.
One idea might be to have it a one day event (ams one day, pros the next).
This way you could get more golfers to attend.