Issues of our club newsletter Flying
are printed on letter size paper (both sides) from a
created Microsoft Publisher file for our members. Issues are reprinted
here for the Curt Day Internet web site and the Contents links will send
you to the page of each issue. Some charts are printed at the end
of an issue.
of Issues Online
Shoes Scored %; Percent of Shoes Scoring Either
a Ringer or One Point; A Few Words Concerning Standings; Close Only Counts
in Horseshoes; How Handicaps Are Figured?; Pitching Goals For Most Pitchers;
Six Things to Know to Keep Score of Games; Court Safety...Cout Etiquette...
The complete contents
of the 2005 issues (10 issues in total) are linked below
After 13 weeks of league pitching . . . Does the Handicap System Work?
Curt Day Club House gets new look
Clinton County Horseshoe Pitchers
Club 2005 League Play. All the content from issue #9 was put up on
the Curt Day website on our CURRENT page.
Kenny Wolf's Open Letter Response to Walter Ray Williams, Jr. concerning
his comment on my "Theory of Physics and Mathematics of Horseshoe Pitching"
page on the Internet
First Curt Day Memorial Tournament
Was Very Memorable Event
How to Know Which Turn is Right For You
Good Horseshoe Pitching Habits, A Good Attitude, and
How to Get the Most Enjoyment Out of Your Efforts On the Courts
Keeping Score on League Night with “Count All Points”
and keeping Score in a “Cancellation” Game using a famous 1957 game scoresheet
between Curt Day and Ted Allen
Ringer Percentage – Close Shoes – Points Average Relationship
Chart, report on the Kokomo horseshoe pitching club and an update from
President Sam Payne.
Horseshoe Pitching Handicaps: What Are They, How
Are They Figured and How Do They Work?
Horseshoe's Center of Gravity & How to Pitch More