Blog: October 2011


Cape Cod Disc Golf Open 

Thursday, October 20, 2011  by mcmanus

 
The Cape Cod Disc Golf Club is proud to announce their first tournament:  The Cape Cod Disc Golf Open on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at Burgess Park in the village of Marstons Mills (Barnstable)
 
Preparations have been underway for a while now. Todd Lapham, Josh Rogers and many other members of the Cape Cod Disc Golf Club have been busy at work on the course, renovating Tee boxes, installing course signage, and performing general course maintenance. A huge thank you goes out to all that have been involved but have not been named!
 
As for the CCDGO, the players packs are in and will include a custom stamped wizard (design by Erica Johnson), custom  stamped mini, and a sticker. We have another 18 discs that will be used as CTP's. One hole will be chosen for the 2nd round of play and each card will have a CTP winner on it! There are some other prizes including apparel and discs that will also be given out!! 
 
 
 
The official Tournament Flyer is attached  
If you have not already signed up here is how you do it:
 
Pre-register for this event either using our online registration page
 
 http://www.pdgasignup.com/Qstore/Qstore.cgi?CMD=011&PROD=1314696220 or save 2$ by notifying us and paying before 10/21,
 
paypal to Tlap21@gmail.com

Please Include your PDGA# contact info and the division that you will play.

Snail mail and checks payable to:

Todd Lapham
PO Box 104
Marstons Mills, MA
02648


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"IMHO" 

Monday, October 17, 2011  by mcmanus

 

 

We've all used some type of ackronym to describe our ideas and opinions online, ranging from "IMO" and "IMHO", to "just my .02"  and perhaps a few more choice phrases.  Whether its concerns, feedback, critiques, complaints, rants, diatribes or manifestos, the need to have one's voice heard is a basic human desire.  Some truly great ideas come from this desire to be heard while other times it can lead to disagreements, arguments and the occasional name calling.   Regardless of the outcome, its a necessary part of effective communication and whether it is delivered with tact or abrasive uncut honesty, the inevitable outcome is a renewed perspective on the issue at hand and this often translates into fantastic ideas!

So do not despair if your idea gets barraged with terd bombs because the post has a missing comma or contains a run on sentence or some other poster just thinks it plain ole sucks...you bring up a valid point and you deserve an answer or explanation at the very least.  So, lets strive for some good communication because I guarantee, it will result in the generation of good ideas!

Hey!, speaking of ideas....I'm wide open to any and all you have for the nefa blog...otherwise you'll continue to read life lesson drivel like this from now on, so bring it...please.

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Wild Times At Warwick This Weekend! 

Tuesday, October 11, 2011  by mcmanus

The Skylands Flying Disc Club will be hosting the 13th annual Animalfest at Warwick Town Park, a PDGA sanctioned disc golf tournament held on October 15th-16th, 2011

We are expecting our tournament field to fill with 90 of the area’s best players, which will draw crowds to

 watch the event throughout the weekend. These traveling disc golf players and spectators will be

patronizing many of the local businesses in the Warwick/West Milford area.  www.nynjdiscgolf.com

Pre-registration list here

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Choice Tournaments This Weekend! 

Tuesday, October 04, 2011  by mcmanus

Four courses in two days?...must be the Dam Open IX hosted by tournament director extraordinaire, David Stidham!  Head on out to Central Mass for two dam days of fun on October 8th and 9th.  Tully Rock, Barre Falls, West Thompson and Buffumville await those who are up for the challenge!

Feel like escaping to the coast this weekend?.... then head to Cape Cod for the Ball and Chain tournament, hosted by John Tserpes.  Test your ball golf and disc golf skills in a one day event that's sure to be entertaining.  Players will compete for 18 holes of disc golf at Burgess Park in Marstons Mills and then drop the discs and pick up the sticks for  a round of "the other golf" at  Sandwich Hollows Golf course in the Town of Sandwich...duh!  Tournament thread here

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