If you wanted to look at the Magic Star . You will see that it is in the forum F6 . If you click F6 you wiil see just those 12 forums . Then you can look in each one at all the topics in them .
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It's been a while since I expressed some of my objectives for the CC . First of all I like and respect everyone that joins our club . I realize that not everyone knows what a CC is all about . Many have different reasons for joining . I really don't know how many of the other clubs are run . They are all different . What I want to emphasize in our CC is that whatever tier you are . That you feel comfortable here , part of a team of players that come here to find conditions that enable them to improve their game , hone their skills , lower their scores ,lower their averages , move up in tiers . Enjoyably and comfortably with the conditions that challenge them enough to keep that drive without the frustrationsof regular game play . All that is completely possible by either creating those tourneys yourself or by messaging me about it . Or someone else in your tier that has been creating tourneys . Any kind of information that you need to know should be provided here , any kind of appp , calculator , help , tutorial , tournament , statistic , message , opinion , gripe , compliment , etc , etc . Should able to be aqcuired here ( or in our website , as it may be easier there ). With your help , all of this can be done easily . We already have a good start . I am going to be here for a very long time trying to achieve all this . For any of you that think it's a good direction for your CC to go in . Then lets keep on keepin on . Sincerely , Your Co team member PDB1 , Paul ( sitting here on a rare rainy day ) May the SUN always be with you
Re: Where are the Flags ?By Bertasion in Valley of the Sun Casual Club The other day upon the heather fair I hit a flagstick that was not there. I saw it's shadow and heard the clank but where it stood was just a blank. It was not there again today. I wonder when it will come back and stay. Brian
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You need to play at least 5 ranked rounds as hack to saturate & be eligible for Amateur.
When your average score is equal or smaller than 100 you go from Hack to Amateur.
You need to play at least 10 ranked rounds as amateur to saturate & be eligible for Pro.
When your average score is equal or smaller than 80 you go from Amateur to Pro..
You need to play at least 20 ranked rounds as Pro to saturate & be eligible for Tour Pro.
When your average score is equal or smaller than 72 you go from pro to Tour Pro.
You need to play at least 25 ranked rounds as Tour pro to saturate & be eligible for Master.
When your average score is equal or smaller than 67 you go from Tour Pro to Master.
You need to play at least 40 ranked rounds as Master to saturate & be eligible for Tour Master.
When your average score is equal or smaller than 63 you go from Master to Tour Master.
You need to play at least 50 ranked rounds as Tour Master to saturate & be eligible for Legend.
When your average score is equal or smaller than 61 you go from Tour Master to Legend.
You need to play at least 500 ranked rounds as Legend to to saturate & be eligible for Tour Legend.
When your average score is equal or smaller than 60 you go from Legend to Tour Legend.
You need to play at least 200 ranked rounds as Tour Legend to to saturate & be eligible for Champion .
When your average score is equal or smaller than 59 you go from Tour Legend to Champion .
You need to play another 200 ranked rounds as a Champion to saturate .
You need to jump through 10,000 hoops before you receive an exclusive personal invitation before reaching Tour Champion.
May the SUN always be with you
Sat, Mar 19 2016 3:47 PM
This list is a goldmine for you to take advantage of. I’ve use some of these websites to make extra cash for years—I’ve even got a free laptop from these types of websites—so they are worth your time. Stay organized, keep track of your earnings, and you’ll be surprised at how much money you can make by doing the things you already do.1. Swagbucks
From watching videos to taking online surveys to playing games, Swagbucks offers many different ways to have fun and put cash in your pocket at the same time. Overall, you can regularly earn $25-$100 per month on Swagbucks just for doing the things you are already doing online. Swagbucks comes first on this list because I have personally made more money with them than the rest, and they seem to have the most options. They also offer cashback shopping in the form of SB points that you can redeem for Free gift cards to places like Amazon, Walmart, and Paypal.
2. BestMarkBestMark is a mystery shopping job. I’ve had much success with them, and they pay quite a bit, depending on your location. You’ll get paid to shop at different places and review the experience. A lot of it will be things like general car maintenance that you’ll already be doing. Not only will they pay you to do it, they will reimburse the cost of the service!
3. User TestingThis website is a lot of fun. After you sign up and complete the test video, you will start to receive email notifications when new website tests are available. They will give you a few tasks to accomplish on a website, while you record your screen and voice the whole time. You get paid for each website you evaluate. It usually takes about 15-20 minutes, and the pay is generally $10-$15 per website.
4. PerkPerk is growing rapidly and constantly adding new ways to make money. You can download one of their many apps, including their popular Perk TV. Now they even have an app that actually pays you to watch TV in your home.
5. TopCashBackThis website is unique in that it gives you 100% commission when you shop through them. They don’t take a cut. They’re able to do this by allowing businesses to be featured on their homepage. In other words, they are paid by the advertisers, which works out in your favor!
6. ZoombucksAnother website that pays you to watch videos, but they also pay for contests, completing offers, playing games, and much more. Zoombucks will keep you busy earning money.
7. FushionCashFushionCash pays you to watch videos, among other things. They’ll even pay you to listen to the radio through a third-party service called RadioLoyalty.
8. CashCrateWatching videos, shopping, playing games, winning contests, trying products—these are just some of the ways CashCrate pays. That would explain why they are so popular.
9. InboxDollarsGet paid to watch videos, play games, and shop, among other things. I’ve used InboxDollars for a few years now, and while it won’t make you rich, it will provide you with some extra cash.
10. MyGiftCardsPlusThis website offers competitive cashback rates for gift cards to different stores, and they are powered by Swagbucks, which means they are another way to earn SB points while getting cashback.
11. SendEarningsSendEarnings will pay you to watch videos, play games and even shop at different stores to buy the things you’re already buying. That’s just the beginning when it comes to what they will pay you for.
12. Fat WalletYet another great cashback website to use for comparison when shopping. Browse around to see who offers the most cashback for what you’re buying and earn that money.
13. MyPointsMyPoints will pay you for watching videos and playing games, like many of the other websites here, but their main thing is cashback on popular websites like Amazon and Groupon.
14. Memo LinkMemo Link also pays for various things, but first and foremost, they are a cashback website. You can shop at all kinds of online retailers though them.
15. ExtrabuxUp to 30% cashback at over 2,000 different stores! You will definitely be able to find a retailer to shop with and get cashback through Extrabux.
16. Shop At HomeThis is a cashback website that seems to focus on popular brick and mortar stores like Walmart, Target, Sears, and Macy’s. However, they do offer cashback at more stores and websites, so they’re good for comparing with other websites.
17. MainStreetSHARESFormerly BigCrumbs, MainStreetSHARES is cashback shopping with an investing twist. You receive cashback by shopping at online stores, but you also have the ability to earn virtual shares (similar to stock shares) as part of their profit sharing program. This is truly unique.
18. Mr. RebatesThis is another great cashback website with most of the major stores to choose from. They offer up to 30% cashback on a few stores, but 5% is standard to see for many of the retailer websites they offer.
19. Second to NoneThis is another mystery shopper website like BestMark, but the shops are different. BestMark seems to focus more on auto-related purchases, while Second to None focuses more on smaller shops. One of their biggest assignments right now involves compliance on alcohol and tobacco products at select stores. Occasionally, there could be an important assignment (depending on your location) that could pay close to $100 for a few minutes of work.
20. BeFrugalMost of the cashback websites offer a $3 or $5 bonus for signing up—BeFrugal offers a $10 signup bonus. They offer up to 30% cashback on select stores, and up to 10% cashback on Amazon.
21. IbottaCashback at all of the major departments stores, electronics stores, and even movie theatres. The app makes it easy to use right on your phone.
22. Coupon CactusYet another great cashback website that makes it really simple for you to find your cashback coupon and go shopping. Coupon Cactus is also great for saving money in other ways. Browse around their website to figure out all of the ways you can earn and save.
23. IntelliShopIntelliShop is a great mystery shopper website, and it’s easy to sign up and get started. They offer many different types of mystery shopping opportunities from all kinds of different businesses.
25. Market ForceMarket Force is a great mystery shopping company. I like that they not only have plenty of stores to mystery shop at, but you’ll also get paid to eat! Market Force seems to have more restaurants to shop at than the other mystery shopping companies.
26. InstaGCYou’ll get paid to watch videos, listen to music, shop, and do several other things. They also have a very low minimum cash out—you can get paid after earning a single dollar.
27. AnalysiaThis is same concept as User Testing. Each test takes about 10-15 minutes and pays $10. Analysia works the same way as User Testing—they will email you when a test becomes available.
28. StartUpLiftJust like the two websites above, StartUpLift pays you to answer questions about different websites. The questions vary depending on what the specific client wants, but each one pays a flat $5.
29. TryMyUIThis website pays $10 for 15-20 minutes of website evaluation. You’ll visit the website, and then provide feedback on different aspects that the client is looking for.
30. EnrollThese tests fluctuate a little more than the other websites, as far as tasks to complete and pay-per-test, but Enroll is another great option to sign up for and await emails telling you when tests are available.
Tips From My Own Experience
- Make a separate email account. You can use your personal email if you want, but it’s best to set up a new email account that is specifically dedicated to making money online. This will keep your personal inbox clear and it will make it easier to organize emails from these specific websites.
- Don’t use these websites as a bank. As soon as you reach the minimum for withdrawal, take your money. You never know if and when the website could unexpectedly close. This way, you also won’t have to worry about any errors with funds that you store at the website.
- Don’t forget to pay your taxes. You may be surprised to find that you can easily earn a few thousand dollars over the course of a year. The government will be interested in this new endeavor as well. Make sure to claim the money as income and report it properly on your taxes at the end of the year.
BONUS: Websites That Pay You to Write
- FundsforWriters -The article must pertain to writing, and they pay $50 per accepted post. Must be between 500-600 words.
- Uxbooth – Uxbooth accepts all kinds of topics and articles. They pay $100 per accepted post. Must be between 1,200-1,800 words.
- Listverse – The article must be a list, and they pay $100 per accepted post. There is a 1,500-word minimum.
- TopTenz – TopTenz also only accepts list posts, and they pay $50 per accepted post. There is a 1,500-word minimum.
- A List Apart – You guessed it, it must be a list post. They pay $200 per accepted post, but they publish less often, therefore, they accept less posts. There is a 1,500-word minimum.
- iWriter – iWriter offers many topics and accepts a lot of posts. They pay $15 per accepted post. There are no guidelines on word count.
- Textbroker – The pay is lower, but they have many articles to write. They pay up to $.05 per word. There are no guidelines on word count.
- Matador Network – The pay fluctuates, but they pay up to $60 per accepted post. There is a 1,500-word maximum and no minimum.
I hope some of you can benefit from this information. Maybe enough cash to pay for those high dollar ball we use.
Just wanted to share,
John - azdewars
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|Sat, Mar 19 2016 6:47 PM|
This list is a goldmine for you to take advantage of. I’ve use some of these websites to make extra cash for years—I’ve even got a free laptop from these types of websites
These are awesome John . I hope others save these and see if it can help them too .
your posts are still just short of 1 page . lol . i love it . please don't forget to post these in the website .