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Wow, a rant about beer consumption. I'm fifty years old and believe that at this point in my life I can have a beer or two when I want one. And I am healthy and definitely not a drunk or binge drinker. Lighten up.
I really don't want to hear about getting old and my "different needs". That's not for me. I just go out and play disc golf and enjoy myself. That is what life is all about. Sure I have a few more aches and pains than when I was younger but who cares? In fact I'm going out to play a round today in the sixty degree weather we are having today. And I won't be drinking any beer until tonight when I get done with work and polish off my last Anchor Steam before bed.
There comes a point when you realize that you cannot master something...I'm there with respect to a RHBH. But, acknowledging that and tailoring my game to my RHFH has paid off. I'm pretty happy with my putter, I've actually learned to throw it in a variety of different ways. I throw heavy discs, but don't feel any pain since I changed my style.
Ya know, I think people missed the whole point of my post....sigh. No matter, I always appreciate feedback.
I'm not sure if we missed the point.Feedback was given to what we all know what is out there to throw.Chuck mentioned the PDGA site for senior dg'ers,150 and weights have been advised and the answer might be hidden beneath all responses...NO.The best answer to all this might still be Chuck's response,PDGA senior site.
This sport grew from those babyboomers that helped Wham-O,Ed & Fred to what disc golf is today.I've thrown a lid,frisbee,disc since late 50's.Off and on for the fun and serious competition.Take what you learn,see,read and questions asked to encompass this into our/your senior filled days.Jusy my 2 cents.See ya on the fairway youngster;>}.Enjoy,have FUN and don't take this too seriously.from one BB to another BB.