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We are going to open a pro shop (in what was the pro shop for the ball golf course that The Ponds at Lakeshore was built on) soon. We plan to have a significant inventory of discs and lots of fun stuff to do plus some refreshments. We do not plan to sell on line, as we don't want to be in competition with our DGRUS supporters.

I'll be asking folks here for advice about a number of decisions we'll need to make. Here's the first question: What should we call it?

Please share your name suggestions here.

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Disc Ahoy

The DiscTribution Store


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Disc & Dat


The DISCtribution Center


DISCtribution Central


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We don't anticipate anyone except family working the shop in 2009, Cassidy. If it goes really well, perhaps that will change.
hey now,great name.congrats to both.Peace
"The Throw Shop" are you serious??? no offence iceman congrates to you...but I thought there were some better choices you could have gone with imo.
Well it always comes down to:
He who has the "Gold" makes the rules....
Lame Name (it's okay)....
They who are giving birth name the baby :)
It's your baby...
& good luck.
Will you being purchasing Disc Player Wholesale?
Hi, Terry -

Had a chance to play Lakeshore the other day with the jingleros. Rolled every hole but one. Our group had an enjoyable round and consensus was "thumbs up" to the course.

Driving in I saw the store across the street and figured they'd be carrying discs in no time if they're not already. The Pro shop area looks nice. Perhaps some netting creatively strung could transform the tennis court area into a "driving range" with the obvious advantage of not having to retrieve your plastic since the nets would stop shots after a short distance...

I'd suggest they start cutting some fairways if possible, rather than mowing everywhere. At least some strips between fairways, even if they're not wide. That would help define the course.

I'd bet lots of folks would rent carts if you had them available. Disc golfers can't get enough cart time. I think courses usually rent/lease fleets at a not too outrageous rate.

Again, nice course, a great additional option for our area.


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