I was approached the other day by an individual who wanted the BCDSS to pay for the replacement of a basket that was vandalized on their course. I wonder why this individual thought that the BCDSS would be in a position to support the interests of this very small group of players especially since so few are members of the BCDSS?
That's apples and oranges Craig...how are basket(s) replacement requests on public courses equivalent to fundamentally altering a local series event in a way that affects many players?
Is is not in the interests of the BCDSS to have all public courses maintained and functional regardless of the membership status of the individual playing it?
I seem to remember many great tournaments being held at the "under utilized" Jericho DG course.
I go back to my original point, I feel that the DG series is not the venue for our elite touring pro's to garner more points for qualification at World's.
Some alternate ideas to help support our touring pros:
Sell fundraiser discs
50/50 draws at all tournaments
More PDGA tourneys held during summer months
In reading Jesse's previous post, there is already a PDGA summer series of 6 tournaments in the works! Jesse wrote:
-There will be a pdga best of 6 summer series next summer