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Wazowski08



Joined: 16 Nov 2007
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:42 pm    Post subject: Freeman SIMS Results Reply with quote

Division Player Name 1st rd 2nd rd Total

Open Kerry Hong, 49, 53, 102
Open Lance Clark, 49, 59, 108
Open Dustin Marshall, 57, 52, 109
Open Steve Kozlowski, 53, 58, 111
Open Shawn Rose, 51, 61, 112
Open Richard Kauffman, 55, 58, 113
Open Casey Kemmerer, 57, 57, 114
Open Bob Davies, 58, 60, 118
Open Austin Pettit, 61, 62, 123
Open Chuck Hall, 60, 64, 124
Open Karl Weidhaas, 57, 75, 132
Open Brandon Merzlock, 64, 78, 142

Division Player Name 1st rd 2nd rd Total

Advanced Robert Cowgill, 61, 61, 122
Advanced Mike Nielsen, 64, 62, 126
Advanced Trent Rose, 60, 66, 126
Advanced Charlie Lark, 66, 63, 129
Advanced Mark Lansang, 67, 62, 129
Advanced Nate Dreiver, 63, 73, 136
Advanced Zach Batte, 68, 73, 141
Advanced Brain Hatley, 68, 74, 142
Advanced Geff Stringer, 79, 72, 151
Advanced Ty Clark, DQ, DQ, 300

Division Player Name 1st rd 2nd rd Total

Int Steven Mooch, 59, 55, 114
Int Jared Hall, 58, 66, 124
Int Noah Hess, 61, 63, 124
Int Sam West, 67, 58, 125
Int Michael Cowan, 61, 68, 129
Int Adam Feit, 64, 68, 132
Int David Sosnowski, 70, 64, 134
Int Jesse Burrell, 71, 64, 135
Int Joshua Ely, 68, 67, 135
Int Mike Cummins, 67, 70, 137
Int Skylar Brown, 67, 70, 137
Int Blake Novosel, 66, 73, 139
Int Chance Miller, 71, 68, 139
Int Casey Soelberg, 75, 67, 142
Int Lucas Bunzow, 71, 72, 143
Int Gary Crum, 74, 70, 144
Int Joey Robinson, 74, 72, 146
Int Larry Lamb, 75, 72, 147
Int Daniel Robinson, 70, 82, 152
Int Britton Schow, 74, 80, 154
Int Kelly Kemmerer, 82, 77, 159
Int Matt English, 68, 91, 159
Int Jeff Jones, 91, 83, 174
Int Ruben Ramirez 93, 95, 188

Division Player Name 1st rd 2nd rd Total

Womens Mindy Clark, 68, 80, 148
Womens Nikki Davis, 88, 82, 170
Womens Melissa Ely, 89, 99, 188
Womens Eileen Castellano, 95, 104, 199
Womens Tyanne Tate, 122, 119, 241


Awesome turn-out for this event. All Overall standings are updated as of this event. Mook, I gave you the 0.5 you asked for. Remember, your overall standing is based on your four best events
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mook



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah thanks, I don't think I deserved anything more. Nice job on the event Kerry and Casey. I agree with you guys on the hole #15 ob line. There just shouldn't be one except for roads and beyond. I am not blaming my play on it though. All the other OB's were great. I have never sucked as bad as the day I played the Freeman Gold Course! Ahh, memories.
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English101



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just a quick question, not sure how I got a 91 on the score for the second round? Unless I am mistaken I threw a 71 and while it still sucks, it's not a 91 (eeek).

Makes no real difference except for the shrivel of pride I have left.
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Wazowski08



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You know, MAtt, I thought 91 was a little on the high side for you. I adjusted the Overall standings accordingly.
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feit11



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

maybe this has already been discussed and i haven't paid much attention. But is there some sort of bonus for the guys how play in all the tournys? If not i think there should be. Nice job to all those guys how shoot in the 50's at freeman. Wish i could do that. Freeman is a fun course but for some reason i just don't seem to play well there, regardless if i am playing in a tourny or just for practice. ARG!!!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The only reward you get from playing in all of the events is that you get those extra opportunities to improve your overall score.
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feit11



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 6:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so whats the point in having more than 4 sims tournys? I put forth an effort to play in all the events and don't get anything out of it. that doesn't seem fair. Maybe a discussion before next year.?
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English101



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 6:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with both of Austin and Adam, (and only partially because I have competed in all of the events).

The reward for competing in all of the events as it is currently set up is being able to drop your two lowest scores. For example in my case, had I chosen to stop after Sister City, I would have been stuck with the really poor day I had at Walcott. Instead, I can take my only slightly less crappy day at Freeman. Now this is only a difference of one point, but then again, the fact that throwing a 71 at Freeman raised my total by one point just goes to show how poorly things went at Walcott.

If we decided to change the system, it would have to be for next year. How would we propose to do it differently? (I am open to it, just curious how we would make it work?)
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staatsy



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 7:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with Adam - there should be some incentive for playing in all the series tourneys, though it shouldn't be too significant.

Here's an example: Offer 1 (or 0.5) point for each tourney played in ONLY if the player completes a minimum of 4 events. So, currently, in Intermediate, Mooch has a 2 point lead on Adam. Mooch has played in 4 events, Adam 5. IF you went by my above statement, it would only be a 1-point deficit for Adam. If Mooch doesn't show up to Bengal and Adam does, then, no matter how Adam plays, he gets his 1 extra point for showing up and at least an additional 1 point (even if he finishes last). So, that would push Adam above Mooch in the standings.

Austin - I think you were trying to make something like this happen this year in the scoring calcs - even if you show up and throw really poorly, you get at least 1 point. Problem is, when you drop scores, that point gets dropped, too.

That make sense? Of course, this is all for next year. And, of course, I'm not the president, so this is all just my opinion Smile

Adam - what do you think? Other opinions? Basically, it awards players that play in all events 6 bonus points. To qualify for end of year, you have to play a minimum of 4 events.

Eric


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pole vaulter



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 7:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That makes sense to me Eric, and I agree that it shouldn't be more than 1pt.

The fact that you get to drop two events is or can be a huge advantage in itself.

but i haven't played in one sims this year so who cares what i think
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novosel14



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adam and I talked about this this last weekend. We talked about like 5 extra points. Not that much but enough to make a difference in a close group like intermediate. I understand the 4 top scores but if it was all scores Adam would win by alot. And yes I am on Adams side cause he and I have been friends for 20 years.
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mooch



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Five Points seems kinda execive. But what ever I say will be twisted because I am currently in the lead. But yes the fact that you can drop you two lowest scores is the reason why we have six tournaments because if you have a bad day you have the option of dropping a tournament or if you can't make it because you best friend is getting married (the reason why I didn't make it to the walcot tournament).
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mooch



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And how the Bosie tournaments go they have Six tournament and they take you best four. so we are not the only ones who do it that way.
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novosel14



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I dont care why you didnt make it. I just think alittle bonus isnt asking much. Oh and we are not boise or the bag tag would have gone the same they do it too. Alot better I might add.
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Noah



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with Mooch. Heck it was even my own Wedding why I missed Walcott. But it's set like a best 2 out of 3 game. Basic. But the extra points will really only seperate the top 5 players in each division really. If I'm not mistaken, doesn't the bag tags take over the year end awards instead of the SIMS ranking?
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