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Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011

Posted by The Leech 
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 03, 2011 07:02PM
Stephanie,you better play ams after your porformance last weekend.

BMB
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 03, 2011 07:37PM
Hey y'all...

Some quick updates. Went to the park today, some real stars working hard to make for a sweet tournament for everyone. Just some updates... We are filling up people, please try to pay in advance. There will be people at the course tomorrow for pre-registration and I will be there around 2PM until dark to pick up funds. We will HAVE TO CUT OFF THE REGISTRANTS ONCE WE HIT 90 PEOPLE!!!

That being said if you want to take your chances try to be there for registration by 7AM. I will be there at 545AM to set up and we will be closing registration at 830AM. No exceptions. Player's meeting at 9AM and we get started on time at 930AM so that we can all be home ready to watch LSU bomb Bama.

Just for all ya bloggers out there I will be posting some prize breakdowns. At this time it looks like top 3 positions for each bracket will be going home with something.... Time permitting there will be 1 round of ring of fire.

See you guys out there!

Leech "the TD" Long
Anonymous User
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 03, 2011 09:17PM
NO Team has your back Leech! Gonna be a fun day.

And now a word from the Rules Oracle about OB at City Park.

First, the easy kind of OB to explain: On or across all concrete sidewalks and roads is OB. There will be a couple of orange lines painted on Hole 1 and Hole 7 that also mark OB (basically filling in where the sidewalk is missing). If your disc goes OB and stays OB, you will play the next shot from wherever the best disc was last in-bounds. There is gravel on Hole 1 and 18, and 18 even has some asphalt across the fairway, but that will all be played as IN-BOUNDS (gravel good, concrete bad).

The 2-meter rule will not be in effect. That means if your disc is stuck in a tree over 2m high, you can play your next shot from directly below on the ground with no penalty stroke.


We'll be using the "NO Team Rule", successfully implemented this year at the 5th Annual NO Doubles if you recall, in regards to the lagoon on Hole 1,2,11,12,13,16,and 18:

Any disc that is partially submerged, but touching ANY vegetation at all, will be considered to be IN-BOUNDS. For example:



This disc is partially submerged. Although if you pushed down on the disc it would be completely wet, since it is only partially submerged but still touching the high grass on the shoreline, it will be ruled IN-BOUNDS on Saturday.

Play your next shot from one meter in from where the vegetation meets the water. If that lie is too wet to stand and play the next shot, the disc will be declared OB.


Just to refresh your memory, here is pDGA rule 803.09 in regards to OB---you will notice that the above definition of the Lagoon OB does indeed conform to the pDGA Rules of Play:

803.09 Out-of-Bounds

A. A disc shall be considered out-of-bounds only when it comes to rest and it is clearly and
completely surrounded by the out-of-bounds area. A disc thrown in water shall be deemed to be
at rest once it is floating or is moving only by the action of the water or the wind on the
water. See section 803.03 F. The out-of-bounds line itself is considered out-of --bounds. In order to
consider the disc as out-of bounds, there must be reasonable evidence that the disc came to rest within the out-of-bounds area. In the absence of such evidence, the disc will be considered lost and the player will proceed according to rule 803.11B.

B. A player whose disc is considered out-of-bounds shall receive one penalty throw. The player may elect to play the next shot from:
(1) The previous lie as evidenced by the marker disc or, if the marker disc has been moved from an approximate lie, as agreed to by the majority of the group or an official; or (2) A lie that is up to one meter away from and perpendicular to the point where the disc last crossed into out-of-bounds, as determined by a majority of the group or an official. This holds true even if the direction takes the
lie closer to the hole; or (3) Within the designated Drop Zone, if provided. These options may be limited by the tournament director as a special condition (see 804.01).

C. The Rule of Verticality. The out-of-bounds line represents a vertical plane. Where a player's
lie is marked from a particular point within one meter of the out-of-bounds line pursuant to
the rules, the one-meter relief may be taken from the particular point upward or downward along
the vertical plane.

D. If the in-bounds status of a disc is uncertain, either a majority of the group or an
official shall make the determination. If the thrower moves the disc before a determination has
been made, the disc shall be considered out-of-bounds, and he or she shall proceed in
accordance with 803.09 B counting all throws made prior to the determination of the in-bounds status of the original lie. If a player other than the thrower moves the disc before a
determination has been made, the disc shall be considered in-bounds, and play for the thrower
and the mover of the disc shall proceed under the rules of interference, 803.07 B and C.

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Other course rules:

The water in the ditch to the right of Hole 6's basket will be played as Casual Water. If you land in that water and want to play from that lie, you simply play from behind your wet disc on the line of play, up to 5 meters behind (no closer to the hole) where your disc is in the water.

The running track on Hole 15 is OB---not the wooden poles 5 feet from the track, but the actual asphalt red track itself.

The fence on Hole 14 and 13 is OB.

There are two Mandos on the course on Hole 18 and 14 (pro tee). If your disc passes to the right of the Mando on 18, play your next shot from the drop zone (which is immediately to the left of the Mando tree) with a one-stroke penalty. On 14, the Mando is the football scoreboard, and you must pass to the right of it. If you miss the Mando on 14, you must re-tee with a one-stroke penalty.

On Pro Tee 11: This tee box has a special rule---for any shot that lands OB, no matter if it went out behind the basket or in front of the basket, you will play your next shot from the regular tee, with a one-stroke penalty. Regular OB rules apply from that throw onward, so if you go OB from the regular tee you would play your next shot from where your disc was last in-bounds.


If you have any questions regarding rules, feel free to ask!

THE RULES ORACLE HAS SPOKEN
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 03, 2011 11:51PM
Josh can I still pay through paypal? Also how many people are registered?
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 04, 2011 07:17AM
Yes. You can still pay through paypal until Midnight tonight. Then it is luck of the draw who shows up first!
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 04, 2011 10:59AM
I was thinking about coming over from MS Coast. How do I pay with Paypal? Do you have a link?
BUD
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 04, 2011 11:30AM
I was going to ask for a spot ,but it looks unlikely that there will be one-- if there is a chance to play please let me know. bud5996
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 04, 2011 12:19PM
Never mind.....found the link. Guess I should have read from page 1 first!
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 04, 2011 07:18PM
Sunshine and Sunshine Jr. Will be in attendance in the pro masters division.

___________________________________________________________________________
Keith "Sunshine" B.

"You are truly one miserable human being."
Alxtgr
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 04, 2011 08:02PM
btw...........If you are thinking about playing Pro Masters, DO IT, DFL is wrapped up.

___________________________________________________________________________
Keith "Sunshine" B.

"You are truly one miserable human being."
Alxtgr
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 05, 2011 05:50PM
Thoughts...
Outstanding job by the TDs today.
Great weather.
Great food.
Great cause.
What a way to spend a Saturday.
The Pro tees at City Park are tough.

Oh, and Roll Tide!
Anonymous User
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 05, 2011 09:41PM
Putt for Prevention Children's Hospital Charity Disc Golf Tournament					
Saturday, November 5, 2011. City Park New Orleans					
					
Am Ladies					
Melanie	Knepp	73	69	142	
Angela 	Irby	80	77	157	
					
Novice Ladies					
CatinaQuintana	73	75	148	
Bethany	Coan	76	79	155	
					
Juniors					
Thunder	Schultz	57	58	115	
Silas	Schultz	71	76	147	
KeithOsborneIII	81	93	174	
					
Novice					
Shane	Hughes	57	56	113	
Victoria Worm	55	59	114	
Brad	Allen	58	58	116	
Chuck	Leggett	59	63	122	
Austin	Irby	64	61	125	
Chris	Raff	64	64	128	
Ben	Jutras	66	66	132	
Chris	Sigler	65	67	132	
Andrew	Kientz	69	65	134	
Mike Sessions	66	69	135	
Bob	Gardner	68	69	137	
Daniel	Dooley	72	67	139	
Cory	Waters	72	70	142	
Chris Valentino	69	78	147	
Joshua	Long	126	57	183	
Justin	Avellar	94	91	185	
Dan 	Baum	72	126	198	
					
Intermediate 					
Jason	Volo	49	57	106	
Dustin	Ridener	51	60	111	
Scott	Schultz	54	61	115	
Keith	Osborn	57	59	116	
Jason	Kimbell	53	65	118	
Josh	Edwards	52	67	119	
Andrew	Crosby	54	66	120	
Dylan	Schultz	56	66	122	
Alan	Kansas	57	67	124	
Eric	Nolte	54	70	124	
JonathanPohlman	52	73	125	
Jim	Scott	58	68	126	
Larry	Leblanc	60	67	127	
Mark	Damare	58	69	127	
Tray	Stone	53	74	127	
Jeff	Melson	59	69	128	
Royden	Peabody	58	71	129	
Jack	Riley	58	75	133	
Matthew	Kientz	63	74	137	
Billy Nothnagle	60	77	137	
					
Advanced					
James	Wood	47	59	106	
Michael	Brouphy	51	62	113	
Jesse	McCain	57	57	114	
Victor	Harris	54	78	132	
Phillip	Murray	126	60	186	
					
Advanced Masters					
Zack	Paal	48	58	106	
Mark	Laborde	53	58	111	
Joe 	Burback	48	63	111	
Eddie	Roser	53	64	117	
Mik A	Smith	57	66	123	
BrianCleveland	57	66	123	
Leon	Irby	59	73	132	
RW Remington	66	81	147	
					
Pro Grandmasters					
Randy Broyette	50	59	109	$125 
Dave Williamson	50	60	110	$40 
Steve	Swiler	50	60	110	$40 
Randy Reynolds	52	59	111	
Don	Perkins	52	64	112	
					
Pro Masters					
Mike	Kernan	47	57	104	$125 
Steve	Folmar	51	57	108	$40 
Keith	Bodin	50	61	111	
StephenHarrison	53	61	114	
					
Pro Open					
John	Fowler	47	51	98	$125 
Logan	Weiss	47	53	100	
Jeff St. Romain	44	126	170	

Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 05, 2011 10:52PM
Way to go Woodroe! And Randy,Kernan and Catina too.
Dustin and JayVo!!!



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 11/05/2011 11:01PM by OhSteveOh.
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 06, 2011 07:16AM
Josh did a great job for the event. Can't wait for him to start planning next years P4P. I'm sure as in typical NOTeam fashion, it will be even bigger and better.

Thanks everyone!!

Dustin
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 06, 2011 04:08PM
My daughter Esther Schultz play the tournament and is not listed with the juniors. Thanks for checking into this.
Anonymous User
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 06, 2011 04:52PM
Yes Dylan, her scorecard disappeared. Do you know what her scores were so I can add her to the official results?
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 06, 2011 07:28PM
Eddie takes another beat down.Congrats to the winners ,even PUFF pulled it off.

BMB
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 06, 2011 08:09PM
Thanks Mike. She scored 79 & 80.
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 06, 2011 08:19PM
Any idea of how much money was donated to the Children's Hospital?

Shane

Transparency of information breeds self correcting behavior!
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 07, 2011 08:31AM
Just wanted to thank everyone who came out to Putt for Prevention and helped work to make it a success. I am currently counting the proceeds and will post to let you all know what our hard work came to in the end...

A special thanks to NOTeam and to all of those volunteers who were there to make sure that we had a smooth operation.

Also, my soapbox spiel:

If you are ever wondering what more you can do than donate money to our cause, there is great strength in your actions. Next time you see me on the course, ask me what you can do to become part of the solution. Look forward to playing with y'all out there soon!

PS: But I need to lick my wounds first.
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 07, 2011 01:05PM
Results are on the site.....any changes pm me or email at johnk@sndg.org Results include $40 valued players pack which included the CFR disc, tshirt, lunch/extras.

JOhn k
Anonymous User
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 07, 2011 11:01PM
Good win Kerndaddy.
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 10, 2011 01:27PM
The numbers are in friends!

Thank to all of the wonderful supportive players who came out that day to support us and some of our wonderful sponsors, we raised successfully $2200.00 This money will be used to train adults in child sexual abuse prevention techniques that can be used in both personal and professional settings. If the stats are accurate, for each adult trained in our method we will better protect up to 3 children from being sexually abused. Considering that it costs 10 dollars to train one adult, this will better protect over 650 children. A typical sexually abused child will end up spending tens of thousands of dollars in recovery. You do the math.


Congratulation to all of our winners and a special thanks to all of our sponsors. Keep our children in your thoughts and 2012 Putt for Prevention on your calendar!
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 10, 2011 02:28PM
The real winners here are the children!!!

___________________________________________________________________________
Keith "Sunshine" B.

"You are truly one miserable human being."
Alxtgr
Anonymous User
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 11, 2011 09:14AM
Just for kicks I calculated the ratings for this tournament. I wish there was an easy way on this board to make the ratings numbers a different color from the actual scores. If one of y'all knows how to to that please let me know.



Putt for Prevention Children's Hospital Charity Disc Golf Tournament							
Saturday, November 5, 2011. City Park New Orleans							
							
Am Ladies							
Melanie	Knepp	73	697	69	741	142	
Angela 	Irby	80	620	77	641	157	
							
Novice Ladies							
Catina Quintana	73	707	75	685	148	
Bethany	Coan	76	674	79	631	155	
							
Juniors							
Thunder	Schultz	57	873	58	862	115	
Silas	Schultz	71	719	76	696	147	
Keith	Osborne	81	609	93	477	174	
							
Novice							
Shane	Hughes	57	873	56	884	113	
Victoria Worm	55	895	59	851	114	
Brad	Allen	58	862	58	862	116	
Chuck	Leggett	59	851	63	807	122	
Austin	Irby	64	796	61	829	125	
Chris	Raff	64	796	64	796	128	
Ben	Jutras	66	774	66	774	132	
Chris	Sigler	65	785	67	763	132	
Andrew	Kientz	69	741	65	785	134	
MikeSessions	66	774	69	741	135	
Bob	Gardner	68	752	69	741	137	
Daniel	Dooley	72	708	67	763	139	
Cory	Waters	72	708	70	730	142	
ChrisValentino	69	741	78	642	147	
Joshua	Long	126		57	873	183	
Justin	Avellar	94	466	91	499	185	
Dan 	Baum	72	708	126		198	
							
Intermediate 							
Jason	Volo	49	961	57	959	106	
Dustin	Ridener	51	939	60	932	111	
Scott	Schulz	54	906	61	923	115	
Keith	Osborn	57	873	59	941	116	
Jason	Kimbell	53	917	65	887	118	
Josh	Edwards	52	928	67	869	119	
Andrew	Crosby	54	906	66	878	120	
Dylan	Schultz	56	884	66	878	122	
Alan	Kansas	57	873	67	869	124	
Eric	Nolte	54	906	70	842	124	
JonathPohlman	52	928	73	815	125	
Jim	Scott	58	862	68	860	126	
Larry	Leblanc	60	840	67	869	127	
Mark	Damare	58	862	69	851	127	
Tray	Stone	53	917	74	806	127	
Jeff	Melson	59	851	69	851	128	
Royden Peabody	58	862	71	833	129	
Jack	Riley	58	862	75	797	133	
Matthew Kientz	63	807	74	806	137	
BillyNothnagle	60	840	77	779	137	
							
Advanced							
James	Wood	47	983	59	941	106	
Michael	Brouphy	51	939	62	914	113	
Jesse	McCain	57	873	57	959	114	
Victor	Harris	54	906	78	770	132	
Phillip	Murray	126		60	932	186	
							
Advanced Masters							
Zack	Paal	48	972	58	950	106	
Mark	Laborde	53	917	58	950	111	
Joe 	Burback	48	972	63	905	111	
Eddie	Roser	53	917	64	896	117	
Mik A	Smith	57	873	66	878	123	
BrianCleveland	57	873	66	878	123	
Leon	Irby	59	851	73	815	132	
RWRemington	66	774	81	743	147	
							
Pro Grandmasters							
Randy Broyette	50	950	59	941	109	$125 
DaveWilliamson	50	950	60	932	110	$40 
Steve Swiler	50	950	60	932	110	$40 
Randy Reynolds	52	928	59	941	111	
Don	Perkins	52	928	64	896	112	
							
Pro Masters							
Mike	Kernan	47	983	57	959	104	$125 
Steve Folmar	51	939	57	959	108	$40 
Keith	Bodin	50	950	61	923	111	
StephnHarrison	53	917	61	923	114	
							
Pro Open							
John	Fowler	47	983	51	1015	98	$125 
Logan	Weiss	47	983	53	995	100	
Jeff St. Romain	44	1016	126		170	
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 11, 2011 12:22PM
Thanks Mike,

Can you tell us what the course rating is at City Park or how these ratings compare? I've been golfing a long time, but I've never truly understood how the ratings matter, how their calculated, etc.

Thanks,
Dustin
Anonymous User
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 11, 2011 01:00PM
In the pDGA ratings system, a course does not have an ongoing rating. Depending on the weather and the field, the pDGA ratings system will compute a different rating for a course each and every time it computes a round.

Ratings don't matter. They're just an interesting way to compare scores for entertainment.

As far as the calculations, it's not anymore complicated than addition and basic algebra. Here's a link to the pDGA's frequently asked questions about ratings: [www.pdga.com]
Re: Putt for Prevention @ City Park NOLA - 5 Nov 2011
November 11, 2011 04:44PM
Keith Bodin Wrote:
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> The real winners here are the children!!!


I would also say the real winners here were the inflatable Saints Camaros.
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