So from what I gather after reading the thread on the rules. The ones sitting on the table needing hashed out seem to be.
- Doubles, stay or go? A majority of posters suported the survival of doubles as do I. The conversation seemed to focus on The new Cali rule. I would expect dubs to stay, but still expect to discuss this at the meeting.
- The new CALI rule. "the CALI player get two throws from each lie" Was met with support from both sides. Either in favor of giving the CALI player an advantage by keeping the rule, or in favor of giving the "true" doubles team the advantage by changing the rule to "one extra throw per hole, 2 on par 4, etc.
Expect to discuss this at the meeting.
- The replacement rule. Not yet drafted into the rules, I heard a lot about this rule last year. I think it would be best to nail down a serious definition of this rule to keeep the harmony. Expect to discuss this at the meeting.
Our team is all about the fun. We don't think it's fun to have a team lose a member and be penalized the rest of the season for it. Obviously there should be a limit on transactions, twice? Maybe some kind of point penalty based on the reason the person bailed?
- Courses While Jordan has set the schedule I am sure there will be a short discussion on distance in relation/length of drive. The Commish could nip this discussion right now but, expect to discuss this at the meeting.
-Finals scenarios A lot of discussion has brewed over this.
So to recap,
-New CALI rule
Pretty much everything will be answered and discussed at the captain's meeting. I think the best way to keep things organized will be for everyone to add to the list of discussion topics. All captains (players make your captains aware if they don't frequent the boards) should make notes on the disussion topics so there will be more focused discussion.
I will be happy to help the commish by taking notes and assisting with organizing all you crazies at the meeting (myself included).
Please don't fill this thread with arguments just discussion TOPICS thanks.