Old 04-16-2014, 11:12 PM
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Originally Posted by teemkey View Post
Didn't he have to show his keychain to acquire the prize?
No... and in the end, it was sort of resolved. The prize is a custom metal mini engraved with whatever you like. The TD called the guy to see what he wanted on the his mini and by that time, the TD was aware of the issue and asked if he had a keychain... so 2nd person on the sheet is going to get one... but that may have been someone else. We'll never know...
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Old 04-16-2014, 11:21 PM
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Originally Posted by ScottyLove View Post
Past weekend... very clearly stated that hole #5 was a special CTP for only those who had a special bag tag keychain. Picture of said keychain is at the tee and inside the ziplock baggie on top of the basket to help remind everyone.
Originally Posted by ScottyLove View Post
Sure it's a special rule, but at every tour stop, there are special CTPs sponsored by disc manufacturers when you MUST use one of their discs and such. It's not rocket science to figure out since they are all well marked, but for some reason, some folks just don't get it or don't care.
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Those manufacturer CTPs generally aren't on the course during rounds. They're a between/after rounds kind of thing where you make a special point of attempting it. Much easier to get compliance on those since you usually have someone running the deal and telling people what to do.
To me, if you're having something like that on holes everyone (no matter what discs they're throwing) is going to play, that's just inviting this sort of situation to happen. Its also a distraction to the task at hand. Keep that sort of thing as a separate exhibition. Its better advertising for the sponsor that way anyways.
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Old 04-17-2014, 08:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Steve West View Post
What would you do if the TD was your friend and you helped run the tournament? Do that.

After all, the TD is your friend (you both play disc golf, that's all it takes) and you did help with the tournament (players have as much impact as TDs).

Contact the TD, tell him what you liked and disliked, and offer to help make it better next time. Maybe you could go out and set up OB flags, for example.

At the least, you'll understand why he made the choices he did. I'll bet the reason was not just to make the experience worse.

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We're all in this together. There is no 'they" in disc golf.
THEY would disagree........http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums...ad.php?t=23331
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