As an intermediate disc golfer, I am wondering what everyone would say their greatest tip would be, whether it is about driving longer/straighter, putting more accurate, or just a general tip about the game.
Another thing I like to tell newer players is to do whatever you can to keep the courses clean. If the courses don't stay clean, they won't be open.
If you see recreational players (or anyone for that matter) littering or vandalizing the course, I suggest letting them know that they are wrecking the course and that they are contributing to the course being closed. No one likes playing on a littered and vandalized course.
Yep, you took the words right out of my mouth too, Anthony. I'm usually only good for about 270-280' off the tee (can get up around 330' under optimal conditions). However, if I'm within about 75' to 100' from the basket and on my game, I'm usually dropping in my "putt" and not even taking my putter out of my bag. I play with a lot of guys who can out-drive me by 50-75 feet, but I end up ahead of them by 5-6 shots at the end of 18 holes. I've just started working on a forehand tee shot too (to try and get longer off the tee), but I practice those 75-150 foot approach shots a LOT...as that has been the bread and butter of my game. If you're good at those shots, you don't have to sweat the 30-40' putts...because you don't HAVE many 30-40 foot putts. :-)