I’m curious about which course configurations the advanced senior grand masters played in the tournament. White, blue, red or black?
Jerry, the advanced senior grand masters, and the rest of the field all played the same configurations.
The way we name our configurations in Wichita dates prior to PDGA definitions utilizing dual (or multiple) tee pads/baskets)
Red refers to the alternation between long tees on odd numbered holes and short on even numbered, Blue is the opposite. A refers to long pin placement, B to short and now we include CH for Championship pin location which may not be included on all holes but when one of them is in that position they all are, and the remaining pins are in their A position. We call that our CH or Championship pin configuration.
Now, this weekend at the 2015 Doo Dah we only had the Championship configuration available at Oak, following our recent upgrade to the course. Herman Hill park was set up with all 18 pins in the long position.
Adv. Senior Grandmasters, and all but advanced ams and open, played Blue A followed by Red A on Saturday. Then they played Blue CH followed by Red Ch on Sunday.
The toughest course at Oak that we can set up at this time will be playing from all long tees to CH configuration pins and when we get tee signs in all long tees will also be designated as Gold so we offer Gold CH. I don’t have the total footage for that configuration handy right now.
I believe have given more information than you needed to answer your question. But, I wanted to be sure you understood our configurations and engage in a bit of self promotion for the club as we continue working to improve the disc golf experience in Wichita and the surrounding area Thanks for coming out and playing the Doo Dah Open
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