Look Jay Adams, I don't know you, save for looking up your lapsed PDGA number, and the fact that Corey Campbell mentioned to me that you were volunteering to help at Bridgeton, of which I thank you. But you have no idea what you are talking about when it comes to the Bluebird Series.
For not being involved or even there, posting that kind of rubbish is above you. But if you want to talk down something that you were not involved in? That is purely subjective speculation (translation you better lighten up the shade of rose in your glasses.).
Would you TD a tourney where the park and pavillion rentals are paid for, an assistant is provided to take all the money, keep the leaderboard and record the scores? Would you enter in a business relationship where a dollar a man goes to the club for every player who shows? Would you enter into business relationship that allows you to also be responsible for the payouts of the series? Would you enter into a business that can actually help the surrounding businesses grow with you, plus help the EDGE Experience dedicated to promotion of disc golf skills?
Last years Bluebird probably raised nearly a 1000 dollars cash for the three clubs, in a cooperative effort.
And for what?
Would you want to have an opportunity, (I guess this is a third person question since you never play in tourneys) to play against the top players from KC, Springfield and Columbia at a neutral location?
Would you want to have a shot at state funding, and state sponsorship for our clubs, West City, St. Charles & The RCF?
In answering the question why did that tourney move from Kircher? The players voted to move the tourney to Carrollton, to try to get more players involved with the series. But when players only do what you have done, speculate on here-say without ever being involved, the effort is never given a chance. But on Saturday September 8th, everyone who did play this series will enjoy the regional championship, and battle for a spot to become the next State Champ, simple enough for us, organized enough for us and the Bluebird Series Will back next year.
And P.S. even though we were there at Carrolton, we still allowed casuals to play if they wanted.