BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by seamus » Tue Jan 28, 2014 7:36 pm

I'm sure I haven't been able to get a hold of a Ping Pong table.
Is it called table tennis here?
Paul, they have room at The West Barns Inn for a table if by chance you know of one that can travel.
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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by Paul Holden » Tue Jan 28, 2014 7:51 pm

The recognised sport is called Table Tennis, but everyone understands Ping Pong and that was the original name here I think.

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Post by Jester » Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:15 pm

Paul Holden wrote:The recognised sport is called Table Tennis, but everyone understands Ping Pong and that was the original name here I think.

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Are you guys talking about Wiff Waff?
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Post by Paul Holden » Wed Jan 29, 2014 8:37 pm

I think Frolf players call it that...
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Post by gommog » Thu Jan 30, 2014 1:27 pm

Anyone else from the Midlands looking at flying up? I figure i'd rather spend a little bit extra and not have to book 2 days off work, going to have to hire a car at the other end though. Also whoever is keeping tally i'd be up for the shared accommodation.
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Post by LostMeow » Thu Jan 30, 2014 2:03 pm

Gary's alive!! We were worried after you mysteriously vanished from the sheep field overnight at Bristol!
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Post by gommog » Thu Jan 30, 2014 2:19 pm

LostMeow wrote:Gary's alive!! We were worried after you mysteriously vanished from the sheep field overnight at Bristol!
I'd had enough, I was cold, wet and covered in mud/sheep dung, I didn't see it getting any better so I got my a55 home. I think I can safely say i'll never camp at Bristol again now, defo booking a room next time.
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Post by andrewdouse » Thu Jan 30, 2014 4:24 pm

I'm pondering it Gary, have to see how the land lies at home first....

But no.....
Going to the big bang fair instead.
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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by seamus » Fri Jan 31, 2014 8:41 am

From the first post

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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by LostMeow » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:23 am

Dan Ryan, Jester, Rich Wood, James Burton and I have booked into the large trailer already.
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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by Paul Holden » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:39 am

Any room for one more?
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Post by Jester » Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:53 pm

Paul Holden wrote:Any room for one more?
Yep, we can fit you in Paul. That's our trailer full now.
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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by Sky » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:45 pm

Alrighty, so shall the remainder from the list book in on a dif one? I'm happy to book on ccard if folks can confirm they will be attending.

Or vice versa, u book and I'll square up :-P
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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by seamus » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:57 pm

Was it Confucius who said " Comfort for those who do not book last" ?

http://www.thistlycrosscider.co.uk/ will be a sponsor again!
Someone will have some fine adult beverages for their return trip.

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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by Mr.Scary » Mon Feb 03, 2014 9:15 am

wow steve dodge is coming over? fantastic!

huge stuff here seamus, just absolutely mind boggling.

i think i definitely need to find a way up there…


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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by Paul Holden » Wed Feb 05, 2014 12:06 pm

Jester wrote:
Paul Holden wrote:Any room for one more?
Yep, we can fit you in Paul. That's our trailer full now.
Cheers, just pm me if you need money in advance.
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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by seamus » Thu Feb 06, 2014 9:13 am

A man has got to know his limitations, I need your help naming the holes of this course. To be honest I've watched too much Bugs Bunny, Space Balls and Monty Python to take it seriously for more than a few minutes. The course design is starting to settle a bit and barring a little tweak here and there a majority of the course will remain unchanged for many years. I heard some quality hole names mentioned at Nationals and I invite you to share those names again. At the tournament HQ there will be a pad of paper and a jar to fill in the hole number, possible name and your name. All names considered. After the tournament we'll choose the best names and draw a prize winner from that list of 18.
Thanks in advance.

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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by Mr.Scary » Thu Feb 06, 2014 9:18 am

seamus wrote:A man has got to know his limitations, I need your help naming the holes of this course. To be honest I've watched too much Bugs Bunny, Space Balls and Monty Python to take it seriously for more than a few minutes. The course design is starting to settle a bit and barring a little tweak here and there a majority of the course will remain unchanged for many years. I heard some quality hole names mentioned at Nationals and I invite you to share those names again. At the tournament HQ there will be a pad of paper and a jar to fill in the hole number, possible name and your name. All names considered. After the tournament we'll choose the best names and draw a prize winner from that list of 18.
Thanks in advance.

Scary, are you making the trip??

if i catch a train at peterborough i might be able to do this… maybe.
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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by seamus » Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:02 am

Alright Scary, you're a definite maybe, I hope you can make it.

The weekend agenda is up on our website, sorry for the delay.
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During lunch we'll also have The Long Putt competition, £1, 3 putts, furthest mark from the basket wins the pot. You can enter as many times as you like, have some fun.. maybe win money for petrol. The long Putt competition will run during lunch both days for an hour and end at 12p on Sunday. Sign up for the putting competition will be available at registration and at Hole 18 during lunch, which is where we will be doing the Ring of Fire as well on Saturday after rounds.

So far its a tie in the Pool or Darts voting for Saturday evenings chance to win a two night stay at Bellhaven Bay or Tantallon Caravan Site.

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Re: BDGA #3- The Battle at Bluebell Woods

Post by seamus » Tue Feb 11, 2014 8:25 pm

Thank You!! to Knops Beer for their donation to our event.
Some lucky participant (and I do mean Lucky) will earn a 5 liter mini cask of fine adult carbonated beverage brewed right here in East Lothian.
Support those who support sport.
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