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Old 08-13-2019, 03:31 PM
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HBH Open: Everyone plays Woodland Greens, Granite and either HB Gold (MPO, MP40) or HB White (Other divisions)
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Has anything been posted regarding check in time, tee times, course schedule, etc. for this event? You know, the basics. Discgolfunited has basically zero information other than the extensive refund policy.

And I'm interested in why any TD would use DGU over DGS at this point. It's baffling.
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Old 08-13-2019, 07:12 PM
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You may have to look at Facebook for more info. Here's a start. Those who registered have gotten more info by email.
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Old 08-13-2019, 08:35 PM
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And I'm interested in why any TD would use DGU over DGS at this point. It's baffling.
Only reason I would use DGU over DGS is their differing payment systems to the TD.

DGS funnels all payments through PayPal. If you accept over $10,000 in PayPal in a calendar year, they’ll lock your account until you cough up your social security #, then if you accept over $20,000 in a calendar year they notify the IRS.

DGU on the other hand just pays the TD directly and doesn’t notify the IRS.

Now, take this info with a grain of salt, as I can’t be 100% sure of its veracity. Obviously of the two systems, DGS is way better than DGU for ease of use and greater tournament publicity.

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Old 08-13-2019, 09:12 PM
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Only reason I would use DGU over DGS is their differing payment systems to the TD.

DGS funnels all payments through PayPal. If you accept over $10,000 in PayPal in a calendar year, they’ll lock your account until you cough up your social security #, then if you accept over $20,000 in a calendar year they notify the IRS.

DGU on the other hand just pays the TD directly and doesn’t notify the IRS.

Now, take this info with a grain of salt, as I can’t be 100% sure of its veracity. Obviously of the two systems, DGS is way better than DGU for ease of use and greater tournament publicity.
I got a fed id# and have a separate PayPal and separate checking for all tourney biz for our club. Nothing tied to my personal checking or PayPal accounts. Also, just filled out a 1023ez for 501c3 status. We'll hear something from the feds in about a month.

Oh and by the way a good tactic for dealing with being locked out of your PayPal account is to constantly transfer money directly to your linked bank account. I go to great pains to make sure that PayPal balance stays at zero or very close to it so that if the club PayPal does ever get locked I at least still have access to the majority of the club money. In the week or two prior to a tourney when the registrations are rolling in I sometimes do at least one or two transfers a day.

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Old 08-13-2019, 09:50 PM
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Thank you guys for the replies and great info.

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Old 08-19-2019, 07:46 AM
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Thanks to everyone who attended the Highbridge Hills Open this weekend. It was very gratifying to see so many people having fun enjoying the courses that we worked so hard on. Special thanks go out to Brian Lagergren for running a great event and Chuck Kennedy for his magnificent design, great advice and continuing support of Highbridge Hills Disc Golf Megaplex.

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Old 08-19-2019, 10:24 AM
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Thanks to everyone who attended the Highbridge Hills Open this weekend. It was very gratifying to see so many people having fun enjoying the courses that we worked so hard on. Special thanks go out to Brian Lagergren for running a great event and Chuck Kennedy for his magnificent design, great advice and continuing support of Highbridge Hills Disc Golf Megaplex.
Fantastic stuff. Congrats to you guys out there doing the work!
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Old 08-19-2019, 01:55 PM
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So if I've got a group of 5-6 folks and we're planning on camping sept 7 and 8, do we need a reservation? Just show up like in years past and grab a site at chestnut?

It's been a while but we used to go every year.
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Old 08-19-2019, 02:16 PM
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Just got an update from MM via text, can't wait to make another pilgrimage back to HH! Thanks to Tom and all involved with resurrecting highbridge, it holds a special place in my disc crew's heart.

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Old 08-19-2019, 05:14 PM
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