Pioneer Ridge Doubles 9/16/12

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Pioneer Ridge Doubles 9/16/12

Postby 18UnderPar » Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:51 pm

Pioneer Ridge Doubles
Pioneer Ridge Nature Area (6 miles south of Ottumwa on Hwy 63 S.)
Sept 16, 2012 Registration: 8:00 - 9:30 Meeting: 9:45
Fundraiser for course expansion. Portable baskets will be used for this event to make an 18 hole course. Beautiful nature area features 3 ponds, wild grasses, wildflowers, a big red barn, a Nature Center and on-site camping. Signature hole is #8 - 712 ft, uphill with lots of rough, a pond and the big red barn in the way. Never deuced before, few threes. Most of permanent course challenges your accuracy more than your distance. Lots of OBs.
Two rounds of 18. Pro: $60 per team Advanced: $50 per team
Intermediate: $40 per team $5.00 per team Ace Fund. $5.00 per person for 50/50 hole. Check out course scorecard in the PDGA Course Directory. It is listed under Bloomfield, even though Bloomfield is 12 miles from course.
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Postby blkwizardsonny » Thu Aug 23, 2012 11:35 pm

how much out of the payout is going towards fundraiser just curious .
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Postby 18UnderPar » Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:47 am

So, Duden, does that mean you are actually thinking about playing in a tournament? The Pro payout will be 80% of entry fees and there will only be one Pro division. Just come and check out this course and I am sure you will be wanting to donate all of your winnings to the course fund.
OK, maybe half of your winnings. It really is a fun course and awesome area. It has a totally different vibe than a course in a park. If you are not a tree hugger when you first go there, you will be when you leave. The permanent 10 holes are blaze orange Mach V baskets.
BTW this is where the Fall Classic will also be held on October 20.
Hope you can make it to one or both of the tourneys.
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Postby blkwizardsonny » Fri Aug 24, 2012 1:22 pm

havent checked my dates but ive been once played two holes lost disc in water then we left always wanted to come back wasnt worried too much about how much went to fund but just curious on wether i should look into it and find partner . hope to see you at one of them . thx sir
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Re: Pioneer Ridge Doubles 9-16-12

Postby Carter45145 » Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:57 am

18UnderPar wrote: BTW this is where the Fall Classic will also be held on October 20.
What?? Why would the Ottumwa Fall Classic not be at Indian Hills? :?
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Re: Pioneer Ridge Doubles 9-16-12

Postby iowapat » Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:32 pm

Carter45145 wrote:
18UnderPar wrote: BTW this is where the Fall Classic will also be held on October 20.
What?? Why would the Ottumwa Fall Classic not be at Indian Hills? :?


Or Wildwood?
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Re: Pioneer Ridge Doubles 9-16-12

Postby 1semenking » Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:56 pm

Carter45145 wrote:
18UnderPar wrote: BTW this is where the Fall Classic will also be held on October 20.
What?? Why would the Ottumwa Fall Classic not be at Indian Hills? :?


Ummmm........Because it's going to be at Pioneer Ridge?
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Postby ojenson » Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:41 pm

Any more information on this? What is the format for both rounds?
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Postby 18UnderPar » Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:27 am

The 18 hole layout for the tourney is pretty much finalized. The 15 hole layout we used at the Ice Bowl was really well received by everybody who played the course. I think all will agree this 18 hole layout is even more awesome. After all, more is better, right? The course has more than a few unique features that you don't see everyday. I haven't played many courses that feature teeing off from a fishing dock on the pond, teeing off from the top of a flat bed semi-trailer, two elevated pins, a big red barn in the middle of a 712 foot uphill hole, and a circa 1980 Saucer Golf ("cone") basket. You will have to come and play in the tourney to see what other surprises await.
The format will be 2 rounds of 18. Each round is 2 person best shot. Should be good pro turnout- lots of locals that usually play advanced say they are playing pro.
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Postby 18UnderPar » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:28 pm

Thanks to everyone who played in the Pioneer Ridge Doubles. It was a great day for a tournament and we did not let a little thing like a stampede of horses stop us. Money raised will go towards anchors and collars for multiple pin placements and towards the tee pad fund.
Justin Birch and Tom Cremer were the winners in Open, beating Stephen and Joel Crow in a playoff. Advanced winners were Jarrod Stocker and Scott Cordray with Phil and Jeff Smart getting second. Jack Hayes and Jesse Henderson won Intermediate with Bryon Little and Sam Saluri finishing in second.
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