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ron lives in florida and plays a few events here and there. he had a lot of back trouble years ago so i'd imagine that keeps his dg activity down. cam lives outside charlotte and plays occasionally according to rumor.
both were (and i'm sure still are) good guys off the course- the pressures of being a touring disc golfer took a toll on both of them at times on the course. not unusual- it can be a tough life when that last missed putt is one less cheeseburger you get to eat or one less tank of gas to get to the next town. this is one reason why you see guys like climo, feldberg, jenkins, doss, schultz, etc play more limited schedules than the road warriors of the late 90's early 2000's.
at the point that cam switched to discraft from innova discraft simply offered more tangible benefits to the players. there was also some frustration on his part with innova not offering a signature disc when he won worlds. nothing odd there- a number of folks have switched over the years.
cam was the best long putter i have ever seen. ron could throw a comet like no other.
All I know about Cameron is that major stuff went down at the 04 Hambrick memorial. His punishment that ultimately made him quit is outlined on the second page 3rd paragraph under "Board Teleconference", in the pdga minutes at http://www.pdga.com/files/documents/2004-09-27BODMeetingMinutesAppr....
Ron Russell had some health issues, but also seemed deflated (and complained) he didnt get as much respect as Ken after his worlds victory.
I always thought the reason Scott stopped touring was because he had a kid around 2000, which touring extensively wouldn't be an ideal life for a baby. He's still a great guy tho the other two were known for having tempers and whining on numerous occasions I saw a couple of these instances first hand when I was just a junior player.