ronbo wrote:Things come up and shit happens. If i have a partner that has no choice but to bail on the event, now i'm screwed over for season point totals? Having to worry about divisions and partners and who can play in this or that only complicates things. KISS usually works in any aspect of life, and in my opinion singles allows everyone to play without stipulations. it is phenomenal that these sort of things are being added to our WNY disc golf scene and you guys rock for putting it together.
Mee wrote:I totally love this idea of multiple unsanctioned events leading up to a sanctioned tourney with a points series. However I am not really enthused by the doubles aspect of it. Doubles just seems like a casual, relax, social kind of way to play disc golf. I think it would be great if this series was more of a competitive event all summer long, leading up to the B-tier tourney.
Jtwist76 wrote:I see where both sides stand...I for one would love to participate and look forward to the events. For me it will be difficult to find a partner due to the fact that im new to the sport and the disc golf community. Hopefully things change but i can see the conflict here. The only reason i play winter league is because its random draw. At least i know then that i can participate. Im just glad youre doing the events either way COOL.
ronbo wrote:Hey Tony, I'm down but how are the divisions handled? If it's a series long summer with a B-tier in there, I'm going to play advanced the entire time. Derrick or Ryan, how are the points determined for the ever so easy doubles that you guys have a hard on for? I'm assuming you would need to partner with someone from the same division?
Tony Inzana wrote:IMO -- people need to play in their division for the whole series including doubles, otherwise it will get way too confusing for the series
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