I was in Rupert Idaho, playing one of my favorite courses, Lake Walcott state park. My buddy said that my manhood depended on weather or not I hit an ace on hole 12 during the trip. I threw a drive under the basket, then turned to my boys and called an ace on the next shot. I tossed it up, it was looking good, really good and went in! I felt like the great Bambino calling a shot over the wall. I am still not done rubbing that ace in my buddies face. The best part was the look on my boys faces.
Same Disc, Beat DX Flat Top Ontario Cobra.
Last two holes of the round, we started on 17 as the course was packed and we parked on the street side.
Went from -6 to -10 in two shots. Sweet.
My witness Brad Brown is a member of the Fifty-One Club and paid me $10 as well as a Bella Sandwich from Honey Baked Ham! Thanks Brad!!!
Starting the year of 2010 just right with back to back Aces...Nice!
I have a friend who has a private home course in NorCal. I have played it only three times. The first time I played I aced the 250' long hole #1. The second time I played, I aced the 180' hole #18. The third time I played it, I aced Hole #1 and then hole #18 during the same round. So, after playing this course 3 times I have 4 aces on the same two holes....
My first ace was awesome, but I didn't see it. It was at hole #1 at Frisco, Colorado. The pin was behind a tree. The shot is downhill and then to the right, so I threw a forehand X-clone. My buddy turned to me and said, "You hit it." I ran down to the basket to see for myself. My second ace was during local league and got me $300. I was playing with a couple of good players. The guy before me threw right at the hole with a putter. He just missed the basket. I stepped up and threw a little forehand Banshee shot around a tree and in the hole. He said that I stole his Scrilla. The best ace that I saw was huge (about 450 feet). This guy is the same guy previously mentioned. We were playing league, but since there was only a few of us, nobody had bothered to put in for the ace pool. He is a lefty, so he threw a huge bomb over the trees and it came down, skipped once and got all chains. Unbelievable.
On 1/23, Thur. nite doubles, hit another ace. . In the past year I have aced the same hole (#16) at Reed Canal Park, (141ft) four times. Using the same R Pro Dart. This disc flys really straight, so straigt that I have also hit solid chains, three other times, and it has popped out of the basket. This same disc has also aced holes # 17 and # 18. If you have not tried to throw a Dart, try it, it will put some excitement in your bag, and game. Got two rounds to play in the morning, the bed is calling. GB #554
Hole 2 on the long course in Chico's CA Upper Bidwell Park is the signature cliff hole. I have aced it 5 times since the first in 2005. 4 of the aces were all shot that hit the pin hard in the air and dramatically shook and rang the pin. One was a skip ace.