Id like that. TD's would have to keep track of what divisions the money came from to be fair though. But Jay is spot on with it being way too difficult to keep that money going between TD's. Maybe Fausch would get in on more ace funds with Lindsels idea. I hate people getting huge paydays because they laid up from 150 out.The Donator wrote:I love Arango's idea to just put the money back into the payouts instead of throwing a 100' straight shot and that (usually rec) player walking away with way more cash than the top Open player at most tourneys.
GDL17921 wrote:I'd like to see it done only for Iowa Tour events. That way the coordinator of the IA Tour could administer the fund at each event, be the caretaker of the money - rather than have to put the burden on each individual TD to collect, and when it doesn't get hit getting the dough to the next TD.
Having it for IT only would also create more incentive to hit those specific events - rather than just have it up for grabs every weekend. I'd like to see all the IT events have something that sets them apart from the rest - like Claring does for the women at GVCCC, the sweet player packs for ALL and added booty at Atlantic, etc....this would be a good addition to beef up the IT. We need things that set these events apart from all the others. This would be one of those things.
I like what has happened at the last couple tournaments I have attended when an ace hasn't been hit. Instead of rewarding just one person during the ace throw-off, the two or three closest are rewarded. IMHO, if you don't hit an ace during the actual tournament rounds, you shouldn't be rewarded with the entire amount just because you laid an approach shot next to the pole during the throw-off. I thought the distance (although short) was great for the ace throw-off. I have participated in too many throw-offs where I thought one-fourth of those throwing had almost no chance of putting something close. I felt like everybody had an opportunity to win part of the ace fund during the Newton throw-off
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