Davis's 3rd annual Gentlemen's Deathmatch.
1 court (possibly a second) at our infamous blue-cage-of-death-court in West Manor Park.
Friday - Bike and Bar hopping in Downtown Davis with pick up games at our secret location
Saturday - Friendly 3x3 Polo tournament (placement round)
Sunday - Friendly 3x3 Polo tournament (continued)
We will have food, beer, T-shirt screen printing, tall bikes and more!
What you need - Polo bike
What you may want - Canopy, chairs etc.
There is no entry fee, but donations are always appreciated.
Below are links to threads for each rule modification or addition that I’d initially like for people to discuss for the 2014 ruleset. The goal here is to get a public discussion going and give everyone the opportunity to contribute. After some time for discussion, I’ll make a new thread with polls on each rule issue to see where the community opinion sits. Following this, we'll begin the work of modifying and finalizing the language of the ruleset. Finally, I'll post the updated ruleset and give even MORE time for people to sift through it for things forgotten. Six months from now, we’ll have a modified ruleset for the 2014 season.
I'd like to add that I don't know at this time how NAH representation will factor into this. But we have a lot of time to work this out and I will always keep this thread updated with everything I know about how the process will unfold. It would be my preference to just work on getting the new ruleset completed and then have the representative body vote to approve it on the whole, given the participation of the constituency here on the forums. But I only like that because it sounds easy. Anyway, we'll figure this out and make sure it's passed on through this thread.
Have you ever seen a shot made with a capped end, but it got lifted to top shelf, and wondered how they did that? Well, me too!
That's what this forum topic is about. I want to hear stories, tactics, and ideas as why some shots get lift while others don't. And I mean with a capped end, or open end.
I have recently been practicing around with a capped end and have started noticing that whenever my mallet doesn't strike the ground when I shoot, it has a higher probability of getting that lift that I want. So why does not hitting the ground tend to create lift?