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Old 02-27-2015, 02:01 PM
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This will be my first time at World Doubles (also first time at Selah and Texas Trey). Care to share any experiences, tips, anecdotes, limericks, etc?

I noticed for registration, it asks for shoe size. Pretty solid players pack it seems. Anybody have more info?
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Old 02-27-2015, 03:41 PM
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There once was a guy regged for world doubles
who it seemed was having informational troubles.
He only got so far
before posting to DGCR.
So now where is he? On the bubble.

Sorry, a limerick is the best I can do here
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Old 02-27-2015, 03:59 PM
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There once was a guy regged for world doubles
who it seemed was having informational troubles.
He only got so far
before posting to DGCR.
So now where is he? On the bubble.

Sorry, a limerick is the best I can do here
For the remainder of today, you are my hero.
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Old 02-27-2015, 05:44 PM
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My advice is to play advanced as that is the division least likely to get the raw end of the deal if/when things go south. New group of people are taking over day to day running so hopefully it will go better than the last two years.

If you haven't played lakeside and creekside before, make sure to bring lots of backups. The ponds are very murky and deep which makes getting discs back very unlikely.
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Old 02-27-2015, 06:22 PM
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My advice is to play advanced as that is the division least likely to get the raw end of the deal if/when things go south. New group of people are taking over day to day running so hopefully it will go better than the last two years.

If you haven't played lakeside and creekside before, make sure to bring lots of backups. The ponds are very murky and deep which makes getting discs back very unlikely.
Thanks for the tips. Advanced is what we will be playing.

I read the thread on the 2014 AWD and saw your comments there and I played in TX Teams in 2013 (there's a reason I didn't play 2014...). Since StraightLine is running it, I have hopes that it will be smoother than TX Teams.
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That's what I'm hoping this year. They added an extra day of play, but Sunday. The less John Houck in the event the better.
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Old 02-27-2015, 07:20 PM
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Is registration only by facefook?
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Is registration only by facefook?
No, registration is through the Straight line discs webpage.
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i played it last year and got screwed out of the finals by the weather. (in 8th place and they take 8 to the finals) Camping was awesome and the courses are awesome. thats what keeps me coming back
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Anybody have anymore info on this? Specifically camping. Is there a general map of the ranches that might show where camping is allowed?
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