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martin
09-17-2010, 03:23 PM
The End of the Season Bag Tag Tourney is November 20th

Where: Iroquois Park

When: 10 AM Tee-off

I will be there by 9 am for sign-ins and collection of bag tags.

Who: Anyone who is currently in possession of a bag tag for 2010 and is on my list of having purchased a bag tag from me. If you have lost your tag you can still play but there will be a $15 entry fee.

Prize: currently $1212 in cash + possibly more prizes - 13 or more payout places

Format:
1st Round: 3-4 player match play for 18 holes - top score moves on to finals
Your bag tag # will match you up with 2 - 3 other bag taggers for the match play round.

Finals: 9 hole stroke play using pad handicaps

Every hole at Iroquois will have a short and long pad. (temp pads to be added)

The pad handicap system has 5 groupings. During the 1st round players will play 18, 13, 9, 5, or 0 of the long pads during the round. During the Finals stoke play players will play 9, 7, 5, 3, or 1 of the long pads.

martin
11-05-2010, 01:15 PM
who is coming?

Current List:

Kenny McAfee
Drew Dickerson
James McCormick
Marc Nethery
Judge Blevins
Kevin Irvin
Shawn McGee
Roger Lawson
Martin Young
Billy Serapiglia
Eric Gallusser
Robbie Shewmaker
Kyle Lynch
Adam Higdon
Jeremy Watts - $15
Scott Rief
Wyatt Hardenberg
Sam Shaheen
Nick Murphy
Ed Murphy
Ed Walsh
Ross Heichelbech
Ralph Gallagher
Mike Dilts
Robby Wildt
Russ Gore
Cathie Ferguson
Ray Gile
Roger Slaten
Dave Bustetter
Steve Dodson
J.D. McCormick
Jim Reynolds
Mickey Pennington
Billy Armes
Damien Kinser
Josh Cooley
Scott Davis
Randy Baker
Josh Peter
Brian Stuppy
Charlie Cartwright
Tom Pugh
Jon Daniels
Marty Huelsman
Jeremy Harbold

Adam
11-05-2010, 02:05 PM
You can count me in

jeremy
11-05-2010, 02:17 PM
Can I buy in? I think I lost my tag.

martin
11-05-2010, 02:49 PM
Jeremy - and to anyone else who has lost a tag but would still like to play

add $15 to the total purse and I will add lost taggers

just let me know as i add you to the list if you are tagless

jeremy
11-05-2010, 02:59 PM
Schweet!!!

PDGA#26039
11-05-2010, 04:30 PM
i will be there

scott

weeman
11-05-2010, 06:55 PM
Put me down for a definite maybe. Are seedings based on what number tag you have or your rating or what? I've been rocking the same tag for at least two months, which is almost as long as I haven't been living in Louisville.

G1nked
11-06-2010, 12:56 PM
Wyatt if you need a place to crash while in the Ville let me know

captain plastic
11-07-2010, 09:19 AM
Will be there if I am not working.
Sure hope to be.

Ed Murphy
11-07-2010, 09:41 AM
Nick and me will be there

EdW
11-07-2010, 04:43 PM
Ed Walsh is in tag #78

Kao
11-07-2010, 11:11 PM
I'm coming Martin, please add me to the list.

ralphyg
11-08-2010, 06:44 PM
I'll be there

kirvin2
11-09-2010, 07:33 AM
What is meant by 1 to 1 matchups and single elimination?
If every hole has a short tee, why is the total short tees a person can use only 9 instead of 18. Will it be our choice on which holes to use the short tees on, as long as we only use the amount of short tees that our handicaps warrant?

By the way my tag # is 89

G1nked
11-09-2010, 09:22 AM
yes Kevin I know that depending on how many shorts your warrant you can choose which ones. Martin will surely fill in any other details but i do know that much

Judge
11-09-2010, 01:29 PM
it is 9 holes at a time we wont play a full 18. if you win 5 of 9 then you move on to play 9 more. thats my understanding

martin
11-10-2010, 07:44 PM
I have changed the format for the tourney

check the first post on this thread for info

1st round will be 18hole pad handicapped match play between all 3-4 people on the card
winner of the card moves on to finals

2nd round (FINALS) will be a 9hole pad handicapped stroke play

The list of "WHO IS COMING" is the 2nd post on this thread

martin
11-10-2010, 07:49 PM
Bag Taggers Pad Handicaps

1st round: all 18 longs
2nd round: all 9 longs

Eric Roadhouse
Scott Rief
Eric Gallusser
Martin Young
Jim Ashton
Mickey Pennington
Jeremy Watts
Keith Gallusser
Robby Wildt
Jeremy Cordy
Scott Payne
Billy Serapiglia
James McCormick
Brian Pierce
Mike Schepers
Daniel Ledford

1st round: 13 long pads
2nd round: 7 long pads

Larry Sneegas
Josh Cooley
Kyle Lynch
Joe Rutledge
Adam Higdon
John Allgeier
Sam Shaheen
Brian Pait
Rick Barr
Nate Hartlage
James McCormick, Jr.
Wyatt Hardenberg
Josh Roehrig
Jake Rutledge
Mat Dodson
Tim Pennington
Ryan Ball
Drew Dickerson
Russ Gore
Will Burke
Brady Barnett
Dave Bustetter

1st round: 9 long pads
2nd round: 5 long pads

Andrew Jacobs
Jerry Collis
Eddie Walsh
Bryan Sparrow
Dave Reilly
Michael Ohlman
Jon Daniels
Chris Schweitzer
Larry Cave
Ronnie Joyner
Shawn McGee
Ed Murphy
Billy Armes
Mike Boland
Terry Glass
Andy Hall
Jason Monhollen
Steve Dodson
Steve Simpson
Ralph Gallagher
Roger Slaten
Troy Eskridge
Mike Owen
Brian Stuppy
Scott Davis
Damien Kinser
Jeremy Harbold
Dave Brobst
Roger Lawson
Don Lomax
Tom Pugh
Patrick Joyner
David Lewis
Matthew Smith
Dale Helfrich
Dave Hood


1st round: 5 long pads
2nd round: 3 long pads


Jason VanOver
Jim Pierce
Nick Murphy
Marty Huelsman
Josh Dunigan
Kevin Irvin
John Campbell
Marcus Gresham
Steve Jones
Judge Blevins
James Slaten
Marc Nethery
Robbie Shewmaker
Charles Duffy
Ross Heichelbech
Slade Rico
Adam Braun
Ray Gile
Adam Tabor
Mike Dilts
Randy Baker
Josh Peters


1st round: 0 long pads
2nd round: 1 long pad


Lauren Yurt
Cathie Ferguson
Kenny McAfee
Ellena Gallusser
Jennifer Allgeier
Charlie Cartwright
Nick Hamm
Drew Breeding
Ken Atkins
Jim Reynolds

martin
11-10-2010, 09:25 PM
the question was asked on the allstars site

What does First round 5 long pads - Second round 3 long pads mean?

be it or 1st year or some folks 3rd or more - we have never done this handicap before
the handicaps are all based on how many long vs short pads you will tee from

the first round will be 18 holes
match play
and you will get placed with 2 - 3 other players on a hole based on your tag # (and what tags show up)
winner of the card gets to play in the next round

1st Round (5 long pads) means: that you have to play from 5 long pads and 13 short pads

For those at the top of the handicap system they may play 18 longs and those at the bottom will play 0 longs
I will be adding some long and some short pads to all the holes that only currently have 1 pad - so that there is a long and short pad on every hole.

the second round (finals) will be 9 holes
stroke play
everyone will be playing against each other

2nd Round (3 long pads) means: that if you make the finals you will have to tee from 3 long pads and 6 short pads

Daniel
11-10-2010, 09:42 PM
FWIW--I'm out...:(

jamesmcc
11-10-2010, 11:30 PM
J.D. McCormick is going to try to make it.

KMAC
11-11-2010, 11:05 PM
I will be there Martin

martin
11-16-2010, 12:06 PM
Bag taggers - dont forget the bag tag finale is this saturday

tee-off at 10am

sign-ins begin at 9am

AndrewJ
11-18-2010, 02:09 PM
I'll be there Martin.

eric_g
11-18-2010, 04:34 PM
I won't be there martin. Just found out I have to work Saturday. Lauren is still gonna try to make it. depends on what time she gets out of class

JIMBO
11-18-2010, 06:07 PM
Im in Jim Ashton #11850

Bird
11-18-2010, 08:01 PM
:Birdman:Birdman:Birdman:BirdmanCA CAW! Sparrow will be attending

martin
11-19-2010, 09:02 PM
63 bag taggers are confirmed to play tomorrow so far

All short and long pads are set

I'll be there 830 to start taking sign ins

Teeoff 10am

jeremy
11-19-2010, 09:17 PM
I'm not going to get to make it after all. Nate has a score port.

DavidHood
11-19-2010, 09:24 PM
Martin, I will be there to throw my tag into the mix. Signing in early then taking my wheel for a spin round the park till it's time to tee off. Thanks for putting this together! Looking forward to it!

kirvin2
11-20-2010, 07:41 AM
I hope everyone has fun. I can't make it, my boss has changed my plans at the last minute. He wants me to work today so I can get enough done ahead of time so that it won't be so bad for them while I'm off of work 6 to 12 weeks for shoulder surgery. This bums me out because I've been looking forward to this day all summer. It was going to be the last time I compete with my right hand until I can return next summer.
I'm seriously bummed out about this, but my shoulder will be better next summer. I have a SLAP tear in my Labrum and it is very painful. The doc says he can fix it up so that's what I have to look forward too. No Polar Bear Leagues, but I should be ready by summer.

G1nked
11-20-2010, 08:14 PM
Martin Thanks for running a swell Bag tag season Look forward to next season already.
Will the results be up some time soon... No rush implied I think you have a well deserved break in store, so at your leisure of course.

martin
11-21-2010, 12:57 PM
We had a beautiful day yesterday and a great turnout - 51 bag taggers came out to play

The first round had 13 groups of 4 packs playing against one another to win holes - the scoring spread to make the finals was 7 wins to just a single hole won

The finals were a 9 hole stroke playoff we played hole 1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, and 18
every hole had a long and short pad for the tourney
players were handicapped in that some played 9 longs, 7 longs and 2 shorts, or 5 longs and 4 shorts during the final round
Congrats to those who made the finals - where all 17 players cashed!!!

-4 - Scott Rief - $360
-3 - Michael Ohlman - $220
-1 - Rick Barr - $90
-1 - Johnny Allgeier - $90
-1 - John Blackford - $90
-1 - Martin Young - $90
-1 - Kyle Lynch - $90
-1 - Adam Higdon - $90
0 - Robby Wildt - $45
0 - Scott Davis - $45
+1 - Don Lomax - $35
+2 - James LeBlanc - $15
+2 - Eddie Walsh - $15
+2 - Chris Mersch - $15
+3 - Russ Gore - $14
+3 - Shawn McGee - $14
+4 - Jeremy Cordy - $12