Originally Posted by LJ Jubner
Alright, already It's pretty clear that at least a couple of the Open players panties are in wad. I say How does it feel to be treated like an Am Player same human, but treated like a lower class. Like it? It sure does not sound like it to me.
First of All The Winner is just fine with me taking $8 per player.
Second I though foolishly so that if paid some expenses but did not claim them I take a standard deduction to cover there costs as well as some of my own. My mistake you ungrateful bastards. So just to screw you one last time I am expenseing everything including the only taking the joke $100 for the C tier. and realize that I will and I know you will agree but because of a few players Opens Fields are not worth the headaches. A few ass hats ruined it for all of you. I will publish the finances's page of the CSI Open weekend
For all you bistanders get a good look because (unless you run an event) you will never see this again the TD's don't have the balls to do it.
here is the link for the PDGA finances pdf and a copy of the INWS guidlines
Tournaments must have a flyer/registration form and TD’s must
forward a copy (digital preferred) to the Series Coordinators
four weeks before the day of your event so that it can be posted to the Web and sent to the other TD’s.
All flyers must state that the tournament is an Inland Nortwest Series event.
All divisions must be honored. Divisions with only 1 or 2 competitors are not eligible to receive trophies unless the TD chooses to provide them.
All events must have a minimum of 36 holes of play. Player
pack value must not exceed 1½ times the cost of the player pack.
Pro divisions must be paid out at a minimum of 40%.
Am divisions must be paid out at a minimum of 45%.
$4 must be deducted from each entry and turned in to the Series
Coordinators for the Series Overall Payout.
$2 may be deducted from each entry as the Host Fee.
$1 may be deducted from each entry as the Trophy Fee.
These guidelines were not created in a rush, actually they have evolved over a five year period and they work quite well.