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I like to set goals post yours

Here are mine Bold is done so far this year

Win my first tournament

Have above 920 rated round. I shot a 51 at a course which was last year a 947 rated round. so that one should be checked off

Be 80% with all putts 25 feet and below

Add 25 FT to my drive

Move and compete into intermediate

Do not switch between disc that are in my bag and out 1000 times

Have Fun

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to not be injured :)
Beat Ken Climo in a major
to bee 900 rated player, more constintant drives, hit all putt inside circle, and win a b-tier event
I only have one simple one

Drive 425 on a regular basis (currently 350 on a regular basis)

Due to failing vision and lack of money, I can't claim any sort of tournament/scoring goals. I only got to play about 7 rounds in march total.
break in my opto line blitz

play something up north, somewhere new england area would be acceptable

finally stop putting off getting quads

throwing those bomber anny flex shots at will.

I've got a ways to go, haha

Unfortunately, I may have already re-aggravated the injury that cost me all of last year.
Place well in our course championship (Morley Field San Diego) and earn a spot on team San Diego for the South West Team Tourney.
Bag my first ace. Still waiting...
- Place in the top 3 in a tourney
- Be able to drive 350
- Go on a DG road trip
- Play as much as possible
- Start hitting more 30 footers
- And last but not least get my FIRST ACE!!
Learn fh
learn to use different grips
learn to control rollers- fully understand the different types
play with new faces and learn to perform in front of new faces
throw 400
have more fun then ever before
Learn to drive a consistent back hand game.
Learn to Throw a Roller.
Throw better rounds than I did last year.
Learn To clear my mind and throw the same consistent scores every time I step out on the course. Sometimes I have a bad hole, and it really blows my mental game and ruins the rest of my round.
I feel like I have really maxed out the peak of my Forehand game, and to step it up to the next level I need to start being able to rip out some forehand shots on a regular basis.
Just to play more. Be it fun, tournaments or weeklies. I guess if there is some thing I should do, it's learn to throw sidearm.

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