ghstinshll wrote:clue doesn't let things go easily, does he? Did you get jewed out of a victory, or what?
Chase20460 wrote:Cydisc wrote:"jewed"?
Yeah no shit. Im not jewish or Brendan Fraiser, but if I were Id be on my way to Scheels. I guess you never saw School Days?
porkchop wrote:Really an NT used the 2-Meter Rule??? Lame
AO wrote:...and isn't there a rule that A tier and above you need to have either fly pads or tee from cement? The west course had neither and we teed from grass on 90% of the shots.
porkchop wrote:AO wrote:...and isn't there a rule that A tier and above you need to have either fly pads or tee from cement? The west course had neither and we teed from grass on 90% of the shots.
I don't think so ....... or else Timmy Gill wouldn't have gotten away with it for all these years at Hyland ..... almost all the temps at Hyland Tee off Grass or Gravel.
Tour Standards only state that you must have PDGA approved Championship targets of same design and manufacturer for NT and A-Tiers ...... nothing about Tee pads
The NT agreement states that - All courses are recommended to have non-earthen tee pads located at or above ground level
AO wrote:I think BHMO was run well but would have liked tees on the West Course and I really dislike the 2 meter rule. But the courses was in great shape. They're fair, challenging, and require different type of shots. The tourney also had players guides and we were treated to a buffet dinner at Quaker Steak and Lube.
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