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I agree. Do it or don't. No one is putting a gun to your head.
beatz said:I laugh at some of these posts. Im sorry i really do.
People crying cause discs are to expensive, people have to wear polo's at pdga events.
Supply and demand, Its as simple as that ! If people buy a disc at 16 bucks why mark the price down ? If a certain disc doesnt sell to their expectations they discontinue it.
Why not look presentable when you are playing at the top level ? There is no restrictions except for either a polo shirt or a dri fit shirt. No offence but how many of you guys actually play more then 2 NT's ? i can think of a handful on this site. SO in other words your nice ing about something that really doesnt apply to you.
cant afford discs ? dont play !
dont want to wear a collared shirt? dont join the pdga or play NT's.
its pretty simple.
I've been seeing ESPN in the earlier parts of this post. How about having a spot on the Golf Channel. yeah.. it's not ESPN2 but it's a start. If this has already been stated.. my bad. I didn't feel like reading through all 7 pages.
I think more players the better. As the sport grows.. so won't the exposure. It's inevitable.
What would you call it then if crying is not the correct term? Please tell me what is.
This sport has and always will have a stereotype with it. A bunch of hippies drinking beer and smoking weed out in public just throwing a frisbee. PDGA events are trying to show the world that its not solely that. There is a cult following trying to expand the horizon of the sport. People that see there can be mass appeal to the younger and older generations. How many guys do you see out on the course any givin day that are older then 50 ? Hell when is the last time you saw Tiger Woods slam a beer after just getting an eagle ?
Stereotypes is what is killing this sport not componies who supply a product at what they think its worth.
Yeah i get it we all stand for for cause and thats disc golf, doesnt mean i cant have a difforant opinion as to how we need to look and present the sport to the world.