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I would like hear some of your Disc Golf Clichés.  And whether or not you think they are Valid. I'll start with the two I’ve heard repeatedly since I started playing.


1.       The prettier the disc the better it flies. – May be Valid – Actually I seem to throw them better.  Probably because I don’t want to lose the pretty discs.

2.       Drive for show. Put for Dough. – Invalid – Bad drives will have you out of contention for dough before you even get to put.


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luck is the byproduct of skill .
Nice shot!!!!! if it didn't hit that tree!!!!!!

If it would have been over to the left a little it would have been perfect!!!!
disc golf is easy.......
Throw a disc and walk pick it up and throw it again. Face it disc golf is easy. However, being good at disc golf, is another whole story.
I dont think i deserve to be called a miscreant :)
Yesterday I bogeyed the first 4 holes, finished the round on a +5, i suppose that's the advantage of being a player that has never broken par. I landed up shooting my normal score anyway. Even those 5's and 6's dont upset me, I got a 5 yesterday on an easy hole... followed it up with my best drive of the day.
is that Toots?
" Is that a Bag your carrying or a Purse " ?
Raffle Bagger!
Bagger Raffle Bagger!
A bogey is a Bogey and still take a toll on your total score. it hurts especially when it comes to duce or die courses.

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