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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 11:55 am    Post subject: King of the Oonie 2014 - Players Meeting and Results Reply with quote

PLAYERS MEETING

Your TD on Sunday will be Geoff "BBP" Penton.

All on-line communication leading up to the Oonie will be handled by bbp.

Tee Times and Starting Holes


Hole 1 - 11:35 am
Geoff Penton VS. Andrew Vallee

Hole 2 - 11:30 am
Paul Bourgeois VS. Serge Seguin

Hole 3 - 11:30 am
Don Lane VS. Mark Atos

Hole 6 - 11:30 am
Mike Adams VS. Claus Reitlingshoefer

Hole 9 - 11:40 am
Adrian Meunier VS. Ben Houle

Hole 9 - 11:45
Ben Svetkoff VS. Steven Crane


The first person is in charge of making sure that there is a score card among them. Oonie score cards WILL BE provided.

ODSA Insurance

Please make sure you've signed on to the ODSA Insurance.

General

Be at your starting tee for your start time.

You are traveling in twosomes.

We are playing The Kanata Disc Golf Course, with Island features.

We've allowed for "over cookers" to be "safe" by ending up in the rough. If you end up in the rough behind any of the holes you are safe and you just have to fight out of the thorny jail. All good.



As you can see, 3 and 8 share the same island. This was done to save any hassles that might arise if you land on the other's island.


Islands are in play rounds 1 and 3, and the Championship Round.

First Round will be Kanata Shorts. Holes 3, 4, and 8 will be “island” holes. Paint and flags will be used to mark the edge of the islands. There will be a Bye in this round.

Second Round will be Kanata Longs. There will be no island holes during this round.

Third Round will be Kanata Longs, island features in play.

Championship Round will be 2 rounds of nine holes (Kanata Shorts followed by Kanata Longs). Island holes will be in play for BOTH rounds.

If at the end of 9 holes (Rounds 1-3) there is a tie, the match will continue to the next hole in numercial order and proceed in numerical order until a hole is won outright. Sudden death, if you will. And you will.

If at the end of the Championship Round 18 holes there is a tie, the match will continue Sudden Death style, starting at #1 Longs, #2 Longs, #9 Longs, then start the Shorts of 1, 2, and 9. Rinse. Repeat.

You need only play the amount of holes needed to determine a winner. There are no ties.

$10 Registration fee + $2 a round you play.

Loonie tournie will start up right after the first round.


Holing Out

Quote:
802.05 Holing Out

A. Basket Targets: In order to hole out, the thrower must release the disc and it must come to rest supported by the chains and/or the inner cylinder (bottom and inside wall) of the tray. It may be additionally supported by the pole. A disc that enters the target below the top of the tray or above the bottom of the chain support is not holed out.


Your opponent may also pick your disc up and concede a hole or give you your gimmie.

OB

We will be trying some different rules when it comes to “OB”.

Stay in the Park Rule.

If your disc leaves the park you must re-throw from your previous lie. You are not allowed to play your next shot from: A lie that is up to one meter away from and perpendicular to the point where the disc last crossed into out-of-bounds.

If your disc comes to a rest on a road – it has left the park - you must re-throw from your previous lie. You are not allowed to play your next shot from: A lie that is up to one meter away from and perpendicular to the point where the disc last crossed into out-of-bounds.

If you end up over the path and the chain-link-fence, that is in middle of the cedar hedge, along #9 and #1, you have left the park, and you must re-throw from your previous lie. You are not allowed to play your next shot from: A lie that is up to one meter away from and perpendicular to the point where the disc last crossed into out-of-bounds.

Going over the path (and staying on the park side of the chain link fence) is still in the park, but is still “OB” (OB In The Park) and you may use any of the disc golf rules governing OB.

Quote:
804.04 Out-of-Bounds
D. A player whose disc is out-of-bounds shall receive one penalty throw. The player may elect to play the next throw from:

1. The previous lie; 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, even if the direction takes the lie closer to the target; or,

3. Within the designated drop zone, if provided.


There will be no Drop Zones provided.

All cement/asphalt/concrete is OB (path, parking lot, etc).

Having your disc come to rest on the track (on #6 and possibly #5) is considered OB In The Park and can be treated with any of the disc golf rules governing OB.

The fence on #8 will not be considered for an OB line. During Round 1, Round 3 and the Championship Round, the island will be in play.

The baseball diamond will be IB and play as it lies - unless there are OPU (other park users) using the area, then it will be OB In The Park and can be treated with the disc golf rules governing OB.

Island Holes

With the sudden appearance of islands on 3 of the holes - plate tectonics, what can you do - there may be some issues arising when a player may throw, and it's not for certain if the disc came to rest within the line that defines the border of the island. So to save time and the added walk a player has the option to take a PROVISIONAL throw.

PDGA wrote:
804.06 Provisional Throws

A. Provisional throws are extra throws that are not added to a player's score if they are not ultimately used in the completion of the hole. The use of provisional throws is encouraged in all situations where there is a question regarding a player's lie and a provisional throw would expedite play, or when the thrower questions a ruling. The unused throws are not to be added to the thrower's score nor treated as practice throws as long as the player announces that such additional throws are provisional throws prior to making them.

B. Provisional throws are appropriate in the following circumstances:
1. To save time. A player may declare a provisional throw any time:
a. The status of a disc cannot readily be determined; and,
b. The majority of the group agrees that playing a provisional throw may save time; and,
c. The original throw may be out-of-bounds, may be lost, or may have missed a mandatory.

The thrower shall complete the hole from whichever of the two throws is deemed by the group or an official to have resulted in the correct lie.

2. To appeal the group's or an official's ruling. A set of provisional throws may be taken to complete a hole as part of an appeal when the player disagrees with the group decision and an official is not readily available, or if the player wishes to appeal the decision of an official. The scores from both sets of throws shall be recorded. The proper ruling and score are then determined by the Director at the end of the round.

C. A provisional throw may not be subsequently declared to be an optional re-throw.


If your disc does not come to rest on an island you must re-throw from your previous lie. You are not allowed to play your next shot from: A lie that is up to one meter away from and perpendicular to the point where the disc last crossed into out-of-bounds.

If you miss an island, or you land OB, you ARE NOT allowed to retrieve your disc and use it again to make the penalty throw (unless you are putting - within 30' of the basket).

The Rough

Quote:

803.01 Obstacles And Relief

A. Obstacles to a Stance or Throwing Motion: With the exception of casual obstacles to a stance as described below, a player is not allowed to move any obstacle on the course. No relief is granted from park equipment (such as signs, trash cans, or picnic tables), which is considered to be part of the course. A player is allowed to request that other people remove themselves and/or their belongings from the player's stance or line of play.

B. Casual Obstacles to a Stance: A player may obtain relief only from the following obstacles that are on or behind the lie: casual water, loose leaves or debris, broken branches no longer connected to a tree, motor vehicles, harmful insects or animals, players' equipment, people, or any item or area specifically designated by the Director before the round. To obtain relief, the player must remove the obstacle if it is practical to do so. If it is impractical to move the obstacle, the player's lie may be relocated to the nearest lie which is no closer to the target, is on the line of play, and is not more than five meters from the original lie (unless greater casual relief is announced by the Director).

C. Course equipment may always be restored to its proper working order, including the clearing of obstacles.

D. A player shall receive one penalty throw, without a warning, for violation of an obstacle or relief rule.

E. A player who purposely damages any part of the course shall receive two penalty throws, without a warning. The player may also be disqualified from the tournament, in accordance with Section 3.3 of the Competition Manual.

803.02 Optional Relief and Optional Re-throw

A. Optional Relief. A player may elect at any time to take optional relief. The lie may then be relocated to a new lie which is no closer to the target, and is on the line of play. One penalty throw shall be added to the player's score.

B. Optional Re-throw. A player may elect at any time to re-throw from the previous lie. The original throw plus one penalty throw shall be counted in the player's score.




Other Rules of Disc Golf

As we all know, most DG rules are enforced with "two or more players" needed to call anything. This will be impossible as we are traveling in twosomes. So be honest and be fair and be aware of your actions.

Lunch

There will be no time set aside for a lunch break, so please plan accordingly. Rounds will start ASAP after the previous round.

And All the Other Stuff

You need TWOONIES!! And a Ten (or Five) $$ bill. But you really need TWOONIES!! (You'll only need 5 Twoonies to go all the way, but if you don't go all the way you'll need Loonies as well.)

And if you're not a current ODGC Member you will need +$13 (+$5 ODGC + $8 ODSA Insurance). We will be accepting 2014 Dues at the Oonie, and Andros will have shiny new ODGC tags.

The Players Meeting thread will officially be closed at 5 pm on Friday. There will be no more information posted after this time. Any more info that I become aware of will be posted on the Kanata DGC main sign, Sunday morning.

If you have any questions, comments, need clarification or have concerns please do not hesitate to PM me.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 1:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With 12 players we will have a bye in round 3.

The King of the Oonie wrote:
Byes

Where the number of players registered may require that certain players be issued a "bye" through one round of match play, the following shall govern how byes are handled:

Special Conditions:
1) The King (the defending champion) shall not receive a bye. The King must defend their title by participating in every round.
2) No competitor may receive more than one (1) bye.

Byes to be Minimized:
1) Byes will be scheduled so as to minimize the number of byes and/or to schedule these as early in the competition as possible.
2) Any decision to schedule byes shall be at the discretion of the tournament director.

Byes to be Assigned Randomly:
1) Where the tournament director decides to assign a bye, the names of all players eligible to receive a bye through the respective round shall be placed into a hat. Names shall be drawn randomly from the hat to assign the bye.
2) Once a player's name has been pulled from the hat, it shall not be replaced in the hat.

A Bye is not a Free Pass:

1) Players receiving a bye must pay the required fee in order to remain in the tournament. Players receiving a bye pay only one fee for the respective round.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2014 7:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Twoonie Round 1

Penton VS. Vallee

Bourgeois VS. Seguin

Lane VS. Atos

Adams VS. Reitlingshoefer

Meunier VS. Houle

Svetkoff VS. Crane

Twoonie Round 2

Penton VS. Reitlingshoefer

Houle VS. Crane

Lane VS. Seguin

Twoonie Round 3

Penton VS. Houle

BYE Lane

Oonie Championship Round

King Geoffrey V VS. Lane
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2014 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Loonie Round 1

Svetkoff VS. Meunier

Vallee VS. Adams

Bourgeois VS. Atos

Loonie Round 2

Seguin VS. Svetkoff

Vallee VS. Atos

Crane VS. Reitlingshoefer

Loonie Skins

Reitlinghoefer - 4

Houle - 3

Vallee - 2

Svetkoff - 0
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