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35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

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35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:00 pm

I was hoping to be able to announce the location of the 35th Annual Waterloo Disc Golf Classic this afternoon, but we just haven’t been able to get it finalized. Hopefully soon. No matter where we hold the tournament, it will be fun, it will be family, and it will be a great waterloo time!

In the meantime, the tournament WILL happen: October 13-14, 2012; with doubles on Friday Oct 12th.

Yes, this is ACL weekend, Damn! But we were pushed off our usual 3rd weekend in October, back to the 2nd weekend, so we just have to make the best of it.

It is also UT/OU football weekend, so who can bring out the big screen TV and the satellite dish? Smile

Registration is not yet open, but you can still reserve your spot in this fun and historic tournament by taking the Father Dave McC-Note Challenge. Full details are below. 4 people are already in, and around now is when a bunch more start sending in their McC-Notes to reserve their spots.

Our 2012 Father Dave McC-Noters so far are:

Larry Kruse, Stevo Barnes, Jan Baumgardner, and Jeff Moore

See you at Waterloooooooooooo

Gordon Maxim-Kelley
Waterloo Disc Golf Club

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It’s Father Dave McC-Note Time

The way it works is this: send the Waterloo Club a check or money order for $100 now. Your spot in the tournament is guaranteed. When fees for the different divisions are set, we will deduct from your $100:

your entry fee
ace pot
ring-of-fire
non-active pdga fee (if applicable)

All the money left goes directly to the charity. In 2011, there were 44 McC-Note Challengers, nearly half of the field. This added over $1800 to the total charitable donation!

To clarify something that has come up occasionally: this money saves “your” spot, not “a” spot. Once the tournament fills up and there is a waitlist, if you have to cancel you can’t just give your spot to someone else. As with any cancellation, the spot goes to the next person on the waitlist. If you do have to cancel, you will receive a refund of everything except what would have gone to the charity (and that money will still be added to the donation).

Don’t wait too long and end up missing out on this wonderful event. Send in your money now and you won’t have to worry about it filling up without you.

Send your check or money order, payable to WDGC, to:
WDGC
PO Box 33531
Austin, TX 78764
Please include your full name, division, and pdga number (if you have one).

Thanks,
Waterloo Disc Golf Club

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 6:11 pm

Dear Sponsor,

The Waterloo Disc Golf Club is proud to announce that it is hosting the 35th Annual Waterloo Disc Golf Classic in Austin, Texas. This historic disc golf tournament is the longest running tournament in the Southwestern U.S. and one of the oldest in the country. This year the dates are set for October 12-14, 2012. The 35th Waterloo Classic will again benefit the Austin Ronald McDonald House (RMH).

The RMH is a wonderful non-profit, charitable organization that provides a home away from home for families with critically ill children undergoing treatment at area hospitals. This allows parents the chance to be close to their children when they are needed most.

Thanks to the support of our great sponsors, we have donated more than $76,000 in cash and supplies to RMH over the last fourteen years. The goal for 2012 is to raise $8,000. Won’t you please help by being a sponsor of this wonderful tournament? Sponsorship can be in the form of cash, merchandise, or a combination of the two.

• For a sponsorship of $200 or more: your logo or name on the back of the official tournament shirt, plus on a tee-box sign. This sign will be seen by all of the competitors each time that they play the course. Your logo/name will also be added to the Sponsor List that will be displayed at the course and included in the program distributed to all the players and spectators.

• For $100 - $199: your name on a tee-box sign and on the Sponsor List.

• For up to $99: your name on the Sponsor List.

Please mail all sponsorship to Waterloo Disc Golf Club, PO Box 33531 Austin, TX, 78764 (checks payable to WDGC). If you wish, you may make your check payable directly to Austin Ronald McDonald House in order to get the tax benefits of a charitable donation. For more information, please contact Stevo Barnes at 512-451-2064, or Gordon Maxim-Kelley at gordon @ ventbird.com or the Waterloo Club cell phone 512-994-9508.

Thank you for your support!

Sincerely,

Gordon Maxim-Kelley
Waterloo Disc Golf Club

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 3:54 pm

We have the location of the 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Oct 13-14, now confirmed. It will be on this cool little property just a bit southeast of where the F1 track is being built (and the F1 track is southeast of Bergstrom airport).

We’ll design a ‘Waterloo-type’ course (no Roy G. distances here Very Happy ), we’ll have doubles on Friday, we’ll be able to have the baskets up all weekend so that means night golf!!! And you’ll be able to camp out there if you wish. We may not have Waterloo Park, but we will have a GREAT time!

More details soon, including fees, when registration opens up – probably sometime late next week.

The Father Dave McC-Note info is up above in the first post. The one thing that will change is that in addition to covering your entry fee, ace pot, ring-of-fire, and non-active pdga fee (if applicable), your McC-Note will also cover your camping fee.

Thanks,
Waterloo Disc Golf Club

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 3:12 pm

Thank You!!! to the sponsors who have been fast responders to our request and have already committed, and in some cases sent in, their sponsorship for Waterloo:

Disc Nation
Julie Tayloe
A Sign Company
SADA
Mark McCrimmon
Papa Stair
Stimpy & Greybeard
Dick's Sporting Goods
Discing for a Cure
Kirk Lavallee
Texas Tea
Sister Sue Dye 4U
Pro Forma
Innova
Discraft


Normally we don’t reveal the McC-Note gift until the tournament, but this year it is kind of hard to do that because we need info from each person.

So… if you are a McC-Noter, or are going to register as one, please email me your DRI-FIT t-shirt size (gordon@ventbird.com). That’s right, every McC-Note Challenger will receive a special dri-fit shirt, for free! Smile

We are up to 10 Father Dave McC-Note Challengers now.

Larry Kruse
Stevo Barnes
Jan Baumgardner
Jeff Moore
Kirk Lavallee
Mark Stevens
Lynn Wright
Del Stair
Aaron Stair
Jimbo


Thanks Again,

Gordon Maxim-Kelley
Tournament Director

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 3:30 pm

We were hoping to be able to send out the flyer today for the 35th Waterloo tournament (Oct 13-14) and open up registration, but unfortunately that will have to wait until Monday.

In the meantime, here is where the tournament will be:

A cool little place called The Ball Farm (yeah, yeah… you can all start your snickering now. You know that Dave Tayloe would, for sure!)

It is in-between where the F-1 track is going in and Moody’s ranch. The link below to Google Maps will give you good picture of the area. And if you use the "search nearby" option and zoom out far enough, it will give you some hotel options in the area of Bergstrom Airport and around Buda/Kyle/Bastrop.

If you want to, you will be able to camp out there on Friday and Saturday night for just $10 per person (that is $10 for the weekend, not $10 per night; this fee is for players and non-players alike). And I think it is pretty much guaranteed that we will put glowsticks on the baskets so campers can play some night golf Very Happy

The Ball Farm
119 Redbird Lane
78616

maps.google.com/maps?f...mp;iwloc=A

Lots of ways to get there but one set of directions (from I-35 & Ben White): Head East to 183 South - Take 183 South 4.1 miles to FM 812 -Turn Left on FM 812 -Continue east on FM 812 for 12.4 Miles to Old San Antonio Road (look for water tower with smiley face on it) -Turn Right on Old San Antonio Road and continue 2.7 miles to Red Bird Lane -Turn Left onto Red Bird Lane, entrance will be on your right.

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We will be having a couple of workdays out at the farm before the tournament to get it ready. The first one will be next Sunday, Sep 16th. More details to follow next week like what time, what we’ll be working on, what to bring, etc. The next one isn’t set yet but will likely be sometime during the weekend before the tournament


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One more afternoon of miserable sweating and then we finally get some cooler weather this weekend, HOORAY!!! And just in time for the two 1-day HOTT tournaments in Waco (saturday) and Temple (sunday); or the club’s Bart mini on Saturday morning at 10 am if you’ve got a bit less time. So we hope everyone has a great disc golf weekend. If interested in one or both of the HOTT events, just get in touch with Team Justice at 830-392-6060.

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And finally, THANK YOU to Disc Nation for the constant, strong support they give the Waterloo Club, in everything we do!


Thanks,
Waterloo Disc Golf Club

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:04 pm

They destroyed our park this year, but the tournament must go on!!!!

Waterloo Disc Golf Club presents 35th ANNUAL WATERLOO DISC GOLF CLASSIC
OCTOBER 12-14, 2012
BENEFITING THE AUSTIN RONALD McDONALD HOUSE

• Playing at private venue called The Ball Farm near the F-1 track: 119 Redbird Ln, 78616 (see the entry form or Facebook for directions)
• Singles: Two 18-hole rounds each day (Sat & Sun) (see fees on the entry form or on Facebook; please note Juniors play one round per day between regular rounds)
• Doubles: Flex time 1:00 to 5:00 Friday ($13/person; includes $5 greens fee)
• Singles must check in between 3:00-7:00 pm on Friday, or between 7:30-8:30 am Saturday (After 8:30, spots will open up to the waiting list players)
• Camping is available starting Friday afternoon, but is not required (there are hotels in Buda, Bastrop or near the airport, all about 15-20 miles away)
• YOU MUST MAIL IN YOUR ENTRY …or… pay Gordo at Thursday night Leagues at Zilker. Sorry, no on-line registration.

Fees can be found on the entry form or Facebook, and in the next post below too – can’t wait to see you there!

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:05 pm

Waterloo Disc Golf Club presents the 35th ANNUAL WATERLOO DISC GOLF CLASSIC
OCTOBER 12-14, 2012 ~ BENEFITING THE AUSTIN RONALD McDONALD HOUSE

Hosted by Waterloo Disc Golf Club, this is a PDGA “C” tier event at a private venue southeast of Austin called The Ball Farm (near the F-1 race track, see directions below). Proceeds from this tournament go to the Austin Ronald McDonald House and disc golf projects in Austin’s parks. One dollar per person per round will go to the fundraising, as well as the proceeds from the RING OF FIRE, RAFFLE, and SILENT AUCTIONS.

All Singles players MUST check in at Tournament HQ either Friday afternoon between 3:00 – 7:00 pm or Saturday morning between 7:30 – 8:30 am. Anyone not checked in by 8:30 am Saturday will be dropped and the spot filled with someone from the waitlist.

Doubles will be on Friday afternoon; $13 per person (includes $5 greens fee for the day); flex start tee off begins at 1:00 pm and continues until around 5:00 pm.

ENTRY FEES FOR SINGLES (entry fees include $10 greens fee for the weekend):
$100 – Father Dave McC-Note Challenge*
$55 – All Men’s Pro divisions (Open, Master, Grandmaster, Sr. Grandmaster)
$50 – All Men’s Advanced divisions
$45 – All Women’s Pro divisions & Intermediate Men
$40 – All Women’s Advanced divisions & Recreational Men
$30 – Intermediate Women & Rec Women
$20 – Juniors**

Other Items:
Ace Pot - $5
Ring of Fire - $2
PDGA Non-Active Fee - $10***
Camping - $10 (for players & non-players)
(also, the camping cost covers the whole weekend, whether you stay Friday, Saturday or both nights)

* The Father Dave McC-Note Challenge is still available – it covers entry, ace pot, ring of fire & PDGA non-active fee and camping (does not cover Friday Doubles). Balance donated to charity. All “McC-Noters” will receive a special dri-fit shirt for free. Please include your shirt size with your entry information.

** Juniors will play one round per day in between the main rounds

*** all players (except juniors) who are not active PDGA members must pay an additional $10 PDGA non-active fee


The Singles Field Is Limited to 90 Players; Shooting 2 Rounds of 18 Holes Each Day (Sat & Sun)

~ SORRY – NO ON-LINE REGISTRATION ~

This Event Usually Fills Quickly So Mail In Your Entry Right Away!!!! Postmark Will Determine Date Of Entry. -OR- bring your payment in person to Gordon at the Thursday night League at Zilker.

NAME:_____________________________________________ _____________________________
PDGA#: ___________________
ADDRESS:__________________________________________ ____________________________
CITY: _________________________
STATE: ______
ZIP CODE: _________________
PHONE: ____________________________________
DIVISION: _________________________________________
E-MAIL: __________________________________________________ __

$________ ENTRY FEE
$________ ACE POT $________ RING OF FIRE
$________ NON-ACTIVE PDGA ***
$________ CAMPING
$________ DOUBLES (partner’s name: __________________________________________)
$________ DONATION TO CHARITY

$________ TOTAL ENCLOSED

MAIL & MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
WATERLOO DGC, P.O. BOX 33531, AUSTIN, TX 78764


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Agreeing to be legally bound, I hereby release the Professional Disc Golf Association, The Ball Farm, and the Waterloo Disc Golf Club and its staff from any and all liability for any injury or liability I may incur as a result of my participation in the 35th Annual Waterloo Disc Golf Classic, October 12-14, 2012.

SIGNATURE __________________________________________________ _

DATE ______________________

Directions to the Ball Farm: 119 Redbird Lane, 78616

From IH-35 and Ben White: Head East to 183 South - Take 183 South 4.1 miles to FM 812 - Turn Left on FM 812 - Continue east on FM 812 for 12.4 Miles to Old San Antonio Road (look for water tower with smiley face on it) - Turn Right on Old San Antonio Road and continue 2.7 miles to Red Bird Lane - Turn Left onto Red Bird Lane, entrance will be on your right.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Club cell phone (512) 994-9508 or email Gordon Maxim-Kelley at gordon @ ventbird.com.

Disc Nation is a proud sponsor of Waterloo Disc Golf Club!

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:24 am

The work day out at The Ball Farm, the venue for the Waterloo tournament this year is changing days.

The work day will now be on this Saturday, Sep. 15th! (not Sunday the 16th as originally announced)

If you can, please bring:
rock rakes (heavy duty rakes, not light grass/leaf rakes)
work gloves
water
(plus bugspray and sunscreen)


We’ll probably finish up around 1 pm. Directions to the farm are below.


If you want, you could then head straight on over to Moody’s ranch, it isn’t too far away. Team Justice said you can show up that Saturday, camp, play a glow round, and then take part in the big “farewell to the course” on Sunday.


We hope you will come out and help us get the course ready for Waterloo, and then go play the Moooooove Over Moody’s event!

Thanks!
Waterloo Disc Golf Club


Directions to the Ball Farm: 119 Redbird Lane, 78616

From IH-35 and Ben White: Head East to 183 South - Take 183 South 4.1 miles to FM 812 - Turn Left on FM 812 - Continue east on FM 812 for 12.4 Miles to Old San Antonio Road (look for water tower with smiley face on it) - Turn Right on Old San Antonio Road and continue 2.7 miles to Red Bird Lane - Turn Left onto Red Bird Lane, entrance will be on your right.

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:36 am

Oops, forgot to say that the workday at The Ball Farm starts at:

9:00 am on Saturday, Sep. 15th

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 1:57 pm

The 35th Waterloo DG Classic is now 1/3 full, with 30 players registered.

Also, more sponsors are confirmed, our heartfelt THANKS to these Businesses & People:

Jack Camp
Pro Serve Janitorial Supplies
LODGA
Houck Design
HFDS
Family of Joey B. Rhode, in memoriam
WTF
Twin Parks Country Club
Frost Bank
Jeff Cooper
Dr. Kenneth Schaefer, DDS

And we have some more Father Dave McC-Noters (up to 16 now):
Daniel Schroeder
Robbie Schroeder
Robert Schroeder, Sr.
Graham Moore
“Mr.” Ed Morgan
Gary Marotz

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 5:28 pm

Okay, we know this is really short notice, and we also know it is not the greatest of times for a workday, BUT…

This Sunday, October 7th, 2:30 pm

Workday
The Ball Farm
119 Redbird Lane, 78616

We will have a workday out at The Ball Farm to help get the course ready for Waterloo next weekend. We will be marking the course, measuring the distances, doing some clearing and tee box leveling, that kind of stuff.

If you aren’t going to be out at Moody’s that day and can come by and help we would really appreciate it. If you have a weedeater you can bring, great. Other implements needed will be rock rakes and shovels (for the tee boxes), and maybe some loppers. Don’t forget work gloves.

Should be a nice day for it at least, cool and breezy.

Here is a link to a map that should work: maps.google.com/maps?f...mp;iwloc=A

and here is the address for The Ball Farm that can be put into mapquest or google or something: 119 Redbird Lane, 78616

Thanks!
Waterloo Disc Golf Club

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 12:01 pm

Current signup list for Waterloo this weekend (but sorry, probably lousy formatting):

adv.gr.mstr Del Stair
adv.gr.mstr Jeff Nintzel
adv.gr.mstr Jimbo
adv.gr.mstr Bill Collins
adv.gr.mstr Michael Peyton
adv.gr.mstr Lynn McNabb
adv.gr.mstr Jerry "Aquaman" Markus
adv.gr.mstr Dale Gibbins
adv.mstr Kirk Lavallee
adv.mstr Daniel Schroeder
adv.mstr Robbie Schroeder
adv.mstr Gary Marotz
adv.mstr Mike Owen
adv.mstr James McNair
adv.mstr Andrew "Blu" Romero
adv.mstr Tim Payne
adv.mstr Gus Calvo III
adv.mstr J. Allen Browder "JAB"
adv.mstr Gus Calvo III
adv.mstr Ricky Amaya
adv.mstr "Metal" Mike Fuller
adv.mstr Roger Allen
adv.mstr.women Karen Dorrier
adv.mstr.women Michele Owens
adv.mstr.women Cathy Yerby
adv.mstr.women Steph Allen
adv.sr.gr.mstr Jan Baumgardner
adv.sr.gr.mstr Robert Schroeder, Sr.
advanced Lynn Wright
advanced "Meteor" Mike Schulgen
advanced Josh Pratt
advanced Mark Perks
advanced Josh Rippie
advanced Jason Michalenko
int.women Jessica DeBray
intermediate Matthew "Snags" Jakobeit
intermediate Travis McNair
intermediate Brian Fuller
intermediate Chris Trevino
intermediate Chris Read
master Mark Stevens
master Graham Moore
master Hugh Pickett
master Marco Lopez
open Aaron Stair
open Sol Mercado
open Mando Martinez
pro gr.master Larry Kruse
pro gr.master Stevo Barnes
pro gr.master Jeff Moore
pro gr.master Jeff Cooper
pro gr.master Jerry "El Chile" Perez, Sr.
pro gr.master Joel Kelly
pro sr.gr.master "Mr." Ed Morgan
pro women Shannon Nintzel
rec.women Jodi Nintzel
rec.women Angela Crawford
rec.women Patti Cooper
recreational Jerry Davis
recreational Joseph Thompson
recreational Ricky Molis
? Glenn Hardesty
? Luke Parsons
Juniors
male, under 13 Demitrius Hendry
male, under 13 Bryce ?

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 12:03 pm

This is long but has a lot of Info about the 35th Annual Waterloo Disc Golf Classic this weekend, whether you are just thinking about playing doubles, thinking about playing singles, thinking about coming out to check out the course and hang out, or already registered. It includes info about:

Friday doubles
More Women Players wanted
Available spots for singles
Check-in and Registration times
Directions to the course
Parking
Camping
Meals available for purchase during the weekend
When you can play the course if you are not in the tournament
Night Golf
Fundraising

Oh… and FREE BEER Very Happy
We will have a couple of kegs Saturday night (thank you Tramps and the Stair Family), plus we have a bunch of delicious beer from Austin Beerworks which will be enjoyed Friday night (but we will save some for Saturday as well).


Friday Doubles:

Friday October 12th, flex start 1 pm – 5:30-ish. However, those starting after 5:00 or so are likely to finish in the dark. We will have glowsticks on the baskets, and red LED lights available for purchase, so be prepared.

Open to everyone, $13 per person (includes $5 greens fee for the day), bring your own partner. There will be an optional ace pot, $2 per person. If no aces are hit on Friday then the money will go towards the fundraising.

More Women Players wanted: We have 9 women players already, but we would really like some more. All women receive extra stuff in their player’s pack, we have a CTP each round for women only, we pay out 100% of the women who play (sure, last place in a division may not get much, but she will get something).


Available spots for singles & Check-in and Registration times:

Friday afternoon late registration and check-in time: 3 pm till dark. Tournament HQ is just a little ways inside the gate (can’t miss it).

Saturday morning late registration and check-in time: between 7:30 – 8:30 am at HQ.

There are still spots available for the tournament, about 25 or so, just call the club cell phone to reserve your spot, 512-994-9508, or email me at Gordon @ ventbird.com (but if you going to email, you must do it by 5:30 pm tomorrow - Thursday, Oct 11th - after that I won’t have email access).

Normally for Waterloo we do not hold spots. However, with this being ACL and UT/OU weekend and all, we have enough available that we will do it. If you call or email for a spot, we do expect you to show up for it. You MUST be there either Friday afternoon between 3 pm and dark or Saturday morning between 7:30 – 8:30 am (the earlier the better, please).

If you are already registered and fully paid, you must also be there either Friday afternoon between 3 pm and dark or Saturday morning between 7:30 – 8:30 am to check in. At 8:30 am Saturday, we drop anyone who hasn’t showed up, fill the spots from the waitlist (if we have one by then), finalize the cards, and get going.

Juniors who want to play Waterloo: We will register Juniors on Friday during check-in or on Saturday morning during the first round. Juniors will play one round per day in-between the main rounds. The cost is $20 and they’ll receive some stuff for signing up plus we’ll make sure that every kid who plays wins at least something. The number of kids and their ages will determine whether we have different divisions or not.


Parking:

Parking should not be difficult this weekend (unless there is a lot of rain). We will have a parking area set up. If you are camping, your car goes in the parking area. You can pull up at least close to your spot to unload your stuff (and we’ll have some wheelbarrows that can be used), but then you need to move your car to the parking area. At the end of the weekend you can do the same to load up. If you want to camp by your car, you will need to camp up by the parking area (but it is fairly open up there, not as many trees). If there is a lot of rain and the farm is too muddy for cars, then parking will be along the road (Redbird Lane), but we will have carts and/or wheelbarrows available to help you bring in your camping stuff (same as camping at Circle R in Wimberley).

If you are driving out to the Farm each day you can park on Redbird Lane and walk in. If you prefer, you can use the parking area for campers. Either way, you can drive in to HQ, drop your stuff off, and then move your car.

Directions to the Ball Farm: 119 Redbird Lane, 78616
From IH-35 and Ben White: Head East to 183 South - Take 183 South 4.1 miles to FM 812 - Turn Left on FM 812 - Continue east on FM 812 for 12.4 Miles to Old San Antonio Road (look for water tower with smiley face on it) - Turn Right on Old San Antonio Road and continue 2.7 miles to Redbird Lane - Turn Left onto Redbird Lane, entrance will be the first one on your right.

Link to Google Maps: maps.google.com/maps?f...87&iwloc=A


Camping: Camping is $10 for the weekend (whether both Friday and Saturday night or just Saturday night)

Food for Sale: Martin Rendon and his cousin will be there selling breakfast on both Saturday and Sunday, and lunch on both Saturday and Sunday. The menu will be:
breakfast Saturday: brisket, egg and cheese tacos
lunch Saturday: hamburgers with pasta salad and all the fixins
breakfast Sunday: ham, egg and cheese sandwich and fruit
lunch Sunday: smoked chicken, potato salad and baked beans and bread.

When can you play the course if you aren’t in the tournament?
For those folks that aren't playing doubles or singles, and want a chance to play the course, there are the usual lunch breaks on Saturday & Sunday when the players will be off the course. The Juniors will be playing the course then, but that is usually only a card or two or three. You’ll need to stop playing when you hear the two minute warning for the afternoon round. You can also play in the late afternoon / early evening on Saturday once the 2nd round is done. The cost will just be $5 per person for greens fees.

You can also play on Friday during the doubles. We expect a good number of doubles teams, but not so many that we can’t also accommodate some casual players too (though in groups no larger than 4). The cost will just be $5 per person for greens fees.

The times of the lunch breaks are hard to guess, but we hope that the course will be available around 12:30 – 2:30 on Saturday and noon – 2:00 on Sunday.

We don’t know if we’ll be back here again next year, so this could be the one and only time to play this course.


Night Golf:

SADA (South Austin Disc Association) will be bringing out glowsticks for the baskets so you can play night golf both Friday and Saturday night! We will have some of those great red LED lights available for purchase, and Mike Schulgen will have some for sale too, or bring your own. Not much moon expected this weekend so lights on your discs will be important. Should be a TON ‘O FUN! Due to 4 of the baskets being near the home of the owners (inside their “yard”), we will not play those at night (except for those players who are finishing up Friday doubles).


Fundraising:

Two Silent Auctions: We will have one auction on Saturday and second, completely separate, auction on Sunday. On Saturday morning, we’ll put out a bunch of items on display on the deck, and there will be a bid sheet by each item. Bidding will close at the end of the day on Saturday so when your second round is over, be sure to hang around, make some final bids, and collect your winnings. We’ll do the same thing on Sunday with a whole new set of items, and we’ll close Sunday’s auction at the beginning of the awards ceremony. The silent auctions will have all sorts of great things from the small, to the large, to the really cool collectible.

Giant Raffle: Typically our raffle has over $1,000 worth of prizes. The Grand Prize is a BASKET! Single tickets are only $2 but buy more and get a better deal: 6 tkts for $10, or 15 tkts for $20. Tickets may be purchased until the start of Round 4 on Sunday afternoon. The drawing will be held shortly after, and the winning numbers posted immediately. You can pick up your prizes any time after that. You do not need to be present to win a raffle prize. If you aren’t going to be there Sunday afternoon, just put your name and phone number on the back of the ticket and we will contact you after the tournament.

Ring-of-Fire: will be held Saturday afternoon, immediately before the 2nd round (hopefully about 1:30 - 2:00 pm). It is $2 to play, and all proceeds go to the fundraising. You can sign up at check-in, or all the way up to the time we start it. Ring-of-Fire is a series of putting games, and it is really fun to play. It is also fun to watch, so even if you aren’t playing, stick around to see it.

Everyone (staff, spectators, and players) is eligible to take part in all of these events: Proceeds from these go to the fundraising, so bring lots of extra cash and your check book.

We also will have a box at Tournament HQ all weekend to collect canned, boxed, or packaged foods, household items and every-day necessities such as toiletries, etc. These items will be used by the families that stay at the house. We will have a big box for collection, so please go through your pantry and bring out some stuff. Toys and games for the kids are also welcome.

The tournament is taking part in the PDGA’s Competition Endowment Program. This means that the $2 per-player PDGA fee, plus the $10 non-active member fee, is being donated to the charity instead of going to the PDGA. Thanks PDGA!!!

McHouse Concrete Challenge: WTF (Women Throwing Frisbees) is our host this year for this fun and challenging event. It is held on one of the holes during the 4th round only (Sunday’s 2nd round). WTF will pay out 5-1 if you can make your disc come to rest on the picnic table or in the designated area just below it. The basket will be on top of the table, but anywhere on the table or in the ring under it will win you 5 times what you bet. Give them $1 and win $5. Give them $20 and win $100. Good Luck!

Miscellaneous:

The Tayloe Toe Throw contest will be on Sunday afternoon, right before the 4th round (hopefully about 1:00 - 1:30 pm). It is free to everyone who wants to play, and we’ll have some prizes for the longest throws. Great to watch as well; very silly, very fun!

If you read all the way through, PHEW!!!

Can’t wait to see all of you out at The Ball Farm for another wonderful Waterloooooooooooooooooooo

Gordon Maxim-Kelley
Tournament Director

Remember: call 512-994-9508 for questions or to reserve your spot

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 5:33 pm

Please check your tickets from the raffle this weekend at Waterloo. We still have some unclaimed prizes (sorry, the Grand Prize Innova Discatcher was won... by Stevo!). Email me at gordon @ ventbird.com, call the club cell phone (512-994-9508) or message me here on the Forum if you have any of these tickets.

RAFFLE WINNERS
35th Waterloo Classic 2012
Ticket # Description
706081 Innova Discatcher Basket
536862 Green Discraft Bag
536871 Gray Dell Shirt / Flash Drive
536873 Brown Shirt
536886 $20 Dick's Sporting Goods Cert.
536891 Yellow MRX Disc
536893 Blue Shirt / Orange Disc
536896 Pink Disc (DV) / Flash Drive?
536897 Tye-Dye Sweat Shirt
536902 Blue Snuggie / Flash Drive
536918 Black Dell Shirt / Flash Drive
536919 Red Disc / Cards
536927 Orange Disc (SL) / Flash Drive
536932 Bottle of Titos Vodka
536954 Gray Dell Shirt / Flash Drive
536981 Green Disc (Tracker)
536998 Green Disc (Buzz)
537000 Black Innova Towel / Innova Bottle Opener/Magnet
537005 White Innova Hat / Black Dell Shirt
537008 Tan Shirt / Toobrush / Cup
537019 Blue Snuggie / Flash Drive
537040 $50 Disc Nation Cert.
537048 Blue Innova Shirt / Flash Drive
537058 Black RR Shirt / Green Superball
537074 License Plate Frame / Waterloo Club Membership or Renewal
537094 Light Green Shirt / Flash Drive
537121 White Disc (Firebird) / Flash Drive
537131 Crown Royal Bag-O-Swag
537136 Gray Dell Shirt / Flash Drive
706020 Green Waterloo Disc (ESP) / Flash Drive
706022 $10 Dick's Sporting Goods Cert.
706026 $25 Disc Nation Cert.
706029 Wireless Mouse
706036 Gray Innova Shirt / Waterloo Club Membership or Renewal
706074 Black Innova Towel / Green Minis
706081 Black Dell Shirt / Blue Innova TL Driver
706095 White Disc / Wireless Mouse
706097 Yellow Innova Towel / Blue Innova Shirt
706120 Black Discraft Hat / Orange Frisbee
706132 Gray Outlaws Disc
706143 DVD / Card Holder / Yellow Mini
706151 Green Disc (Wraith)
706160 Purple Disc Golf Bag / Toothbrush / Discraft Sticker / S-Caribiner
706191 Gray Dell Shirt / Flash Drive
706194 Bottle of Titos Vodka
706198 Red Women's Nationals Cup w/Straw
706199 Yellow Innova Towel / Wireless Mouse
706201 Tan Shirt / Toobrush / Cup
706202 Light Green Shirt / Flash Drive
706208 White Blue Skies Over TX Shirt / Wireless Mouse
706217 Black Dell Shirt / Flash Drive
706238 The MVP Book / Flash Drive
706243 Pink Disc (Roc)
706246 Tan Shirt / Toobrush / Cup
706253 Pie Pan / Black Dell Shirt
706256 Black Dell Shirt? / Flah Drive
706264 Blue Snuggies / Flash Drive
706377 Brown Leather Portfolio / Notebook
706394 White Towel (Blue Skies) / Black Innova Hat
706396 Blue COTO Disc / Flash Drive
736914 Heart of Texas Disc (Star Cobra) / Flash Drive / S Clip Caribiner

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Re: 35th Waterloo DG Classic, Austin, TX, Oct 13-14, 2012

Post Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:54 pm

35th WATERLOO CLASSIC - DOUBLES (2012)
DIVISION NAMES PLACE SCORE PAYOUT
Open Seth Mayland & Bradley Williams T1 40 $60
Open Ignacio Medina & Justin Webster T1 40 $60
Open Charlie Chapman & Robert Gomez T3 41 $28
Open Luke Parsons & Sol Mercado T3 41 $28
Open Micah Winters & Christopher Albert T5 42
Open Dave Smith & Kyle Goens T5 42
Open Todd Thompson & Daniel Sweet T5 42
Open Martin Rendon & Joel Kelly 8 43
Open Andre Pesez & Chad Brock 9 44
Open Tim Escobedo, Jr. & Jimbo 10 48
Open Bryan Litke & Cory Marsdon 11 50

Pro Masters Mark Stevens & Hugh Pickett 1 41 $64
Pro Masters Chris Ware & Jerry Perez, Sr. 2 44
Pro Masters Jeff Moore & Richard Ahlgrim 3 46
Pro Masters Marky Mark & Gene Terry 4 47

Advanced David Darilu & David Bryant 1 41 $62
Advanced Brian Litke & Kyle Goens 2 42 $40
Advanced Jason Kempinski & Tim Payne 3 43 $24
Advanced David Glass & Mike Narta 4 44 $18
Advanced David Smith & Cory Marsden T5 45
Advanced Cade Wooley & Chris Bullion T5 45
Advanced Justin Webster & Kevin W. T5 45
Advanced Lynn Wright & Ignacio Medina 8 46
Advanced Larry Cox & Frank Schultz 9 50

Adv. Masters John Browder & Matt Harris T1 44 $40
Adv. Masters Mike Low & Bill Engle T1 44 $40
Adv. Masters Tim Escobedo, Sr. & Mark Wilson 3 45
Adv. Masters Ricky Amaya & Roger Allen 4 49
Adv. Masters Daniel Schroeder & Robert Schroeder 5 55

Adv. Grandmasters Bill Collins & Jeff Pitt 1 41 $62
Adv. Grandmasters Wade Kolb & David Hutton 2 46 $34
Adv. Grandmasters Dale Gibbins & Larry Kruse T3 47
Adv. Grandmasters Ron Sharpe & Glenn Schleicher T3 47
Adv. Grandmasters Dave McKinney & Bert Lirette 5 50
Adv. Grandmasters Del Stair & Stevo Barnes 6 52

Intermediate Chris Castillo & Chris Castillo, Jr. 1 43 $56
Intermediate Charlie Lockwood & James Graves T2 45 $33
Intermediate Camacho & Mike Schulgen T2 45 $33
Intermediate Ricky Molis & Andrew Blu Romero T4 46 $14
Intermediate Josh Pratt & Steve Loeschen T4 46 $14
Intermediate Zackery Gonzales & Mason Dixon T4 46 $14
Intermediate Wright Cole & Philip Gines T7 47
Intermediate Greg Gutierrez & Don Castillo T7 47
Intermediate Rock Schouman & Daryl Pickens 9 50
Intermediate Joseph Robles & Miles Lawrence 10 51

Mixed Jeff Cooper & Patti Cooper 1 44 $56
Mixed Dan Tipton & Sue Tipton 2 46 $24
Mixed Kristina Gold & John Gold T3 47
Mixed Ed Coffey & Laura Coffey T3 47


49 Teams
1 Ace, Mike Schulgen, Hole #17, $196

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