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Old 05-19-2019, 03:13 AM
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Just woke up and seeing the scores for round 2 just make me think " what happened" . . Paul 40% C1x ?!?
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Old 05-19-2019, 03:32 AM
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Old 05-19-2019, 03:35 AM
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..And how did Paige P manage to find 4 OBs in R1? . . This course does not have that much OB, not many OBs in the field besides the four for PP ( And two for Madison )
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Old 05-19-2019, 03:40 AM
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So Cat, PP and Hokom played this course from the same Tee and pin placement at the same score as Ricky and one better than Paul in R2. . how often have THAT happened?
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Old 05-19-2019, 06:26 AM
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..And how did Paige P manage to find 4 OBs in R1? . . This course does not have that much OB, not many OBs in the field besides the four for PP ( And two for Madison )


There is OB all over the course in the form of any tree that is more than 2 meters in height.

Did you hear Jeremy Koling's new term for a good throw that results in a terrible result? At this course, this would be referred to as being Dela'ed. He now calls it being "dumbfortunate".

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Old 05-19-2019, 09:54 AM
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When Nate talks about taking relief from poison oak in the back 12 of round 1 (hole 22), was there something at the player's meeting about that? I looked at the caddy book and didn't see it mentioned anywhere
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Old 05-19-2019, 10:36 AM
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The FPO scores is kind of strange. . one player shot +1 in perfect weather in R1 .. . R2 in rain 3players shot E
PP shot six better in the rain.

But in MPO the scores was MUCH worse in R2. . i mean Ricky shot 14 worse in R2
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Old 05-19-2019, 11:14 AM
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Elaine King is a beast!
the timeless wonder.....

speaking of wondering...i wonder how many people know how smart this lady is, and talented. it seems to me if she wants to do something, it's gonna get done.

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When Nate talks about taking relief from poison oak in the back 12 of round 1 (hole 22), was there something at the player's meeting about that? I looked at the caddy book and didn't see it mentioned anywhere
It’s in the PDGA rule book...I believe under relief from hazardous bugs, plants, barbed wire etc.
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It’s in the PDGA rule book...I believe under relief from hazardous bugs, plants, barbed wire etc.
QA-OBS-5: Can I get relief from irritating plants such as poison ivy, poison oak, or nettles?

No, unless the Director has declared casual relief for them. Those plants affect players differently, and very rarely pose a serious health risk. If your disc goes into some plants and you don’t want to play from there, you can take optional relief, or abandon the throw, at the cost of a penalty throw.
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