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    Here is a draft of what i'm thinking on the schedule

    18 weeks

    1 I.Q.
    2 C.V.
    3 S.L.
    4 O.C.
    5 JIMS.
    6 B.T.

    7 I.Q.
    8 C.V.
    9 S.L.

    10 JIMS
    11 O.C.

    12 I.Q
    13 C.V.
    14 S.L.
    15 B.T

    16 I.Q.
    17 C.V.
    18 S.L


    singles every other week
    It all works out with ever course being played singles & doubles

    JUST A DRAFT
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    Wow that looks pretty fun!

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    I agree with Sam. The more you keep it local, the more attendance you should have. Lets face it, the odds are in your favor.

    As much as I like buffalo am equally liking the SL addition. That park makes me a better person.

    Maybe you could add the fun farm into your rotaion. It seems forgotten.

    So sad.

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    Funny you say that about Buffalo trace. Had the most players at that course then any other course on the schedule last year.

    Yeah the Fun Farm was in the schedule last year & i was debating on what courses to dump from the schedule this year. Since you have to pay $5.oo just to get in & then pay $6 or $7.oo to play the league fee i figured that would be the 1st to go. I agree i enjoy playing that course.

    QUESTION: If i was to drop any 1 course on my draft so we could play Fun Farm what course would it be O.C. or B.T. ? open to anyone to answer
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    neither dont even think about it




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    Fun farm is weak. Not maintained well at all and the guy running it is a douche.
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    I agree about F.F. not being maintained very well for a pay to play course. Thus why i'm not going to add it & stick with what i got.

    I think the rough draft i have is a very good schedule.

    now do you play Sat or Sun at 2pm ?





    Anyone see any changes they would suggest ?
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    Any more suggestions
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    So i'm liking the rough draft schedule & the every other week singles. That being said lets keep it Sundays at 2pm. Don't want to change to much at once.

    Any dislikes on the every other week played as singles or the schedule ?
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    I think that sounds good Mike. We'll also have a good sized ace pool to start the Winter League off with.
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