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Club of Overseas Player


Club of Overseas Player

This club belongs to the people who play in countries other than the United States. Let's send overseas Disc information. Of course, the United States player is a welcome very much.

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Latest Activity: Jan 1, 2012

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How many Countries Have you DISC GOLFED IN? 17 Replies

Started by Star*man. Last reply by Zvi Teff Nov 2, 2010.

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Comment by Bast on December 11, 2008 at 8:37am
Usually in Finland the weather gets quite cold but last winter was very mild here in the southern parts of Finland at least and I expect this winter to be the same. I guess it the damn climate change thing everyone is talking about. Anyway, although there is very little snow, if at all, it is uncomfortably wet. I haven't had a chance to play a round in over a month. Getting wet is not my idea of good time. I am counting days to next spring.
Comment by Arden on December 11, 2008 at 8:21am

I am from Australia but I live in Berlin at the moment, definitely get in touch with me if you are coming over, me and another Australian play pretty regularly. However note that the course in Rehberge is primarily an unmarked object course, there are only two baskets in the part and these are quite close together. So if you want to play there it is best to arrange to play one of the regular rounds with locals. They do play year round however there are much less people playing in Winter.

However, there is a great 14-hole course in Potsdam, not far out of the city by train and it is always open and very easy to get to. We play there most weekends if the whether is ok and the locals have regular rounds as well, however for that course you don't need a guide, so you can go there any time. Get in touch when you are coming over, if you are playing on a weekend we can go out to the course with you.
Comment by Collin on December 11, 2008 at 2:03am
Hey has anyone golfed at the Berlin-Wedding - Volkspark Rehberge course? I am going to berlin soon and would love to play the course, but have heard it is not open all year long. Is this true? Or can I play/ are there baskets there?
Comment by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on December 7, 2008 at 3:27am
It snows several times in the age in Utsunomiya City where I live.
However, there is little accumulating thing.
It snows in the Nasu district where Japan Open is held.
Transport links are paralyzed only in the place where several centimeters snow in Tokyo in the capital and it does.
Comment by Star*man on December 6, 2008 at 6:45pm
Snow is here in Southern Canada As well. It is COLD early this year. Normally it would not snow until Christmas.
Disc Golf in light snow looks like fun to me. What is keeping me Indoors are the THAWS when the SNOW turns to water and things become very messy.
Now my White DISCS have become utterly useless.
Comment by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on December 6, 2008 at 4:51pm
Welcome to this club.
Japan is real winter of the future.
Because the person decreases certainly in the park, it might be a good season for Discgolf.
The Japan Masters championship will be held next week.
Because it is a hall near the sea, it is feature that the wind is strong.
Comment by Pauli on December 6, 2008 at 2:48pm
Hi, I live in Vienna Austria
and I like to play in cold season too, because there are no people in the parc

Comment by Félix BAN on December 4, 2008 at 3:18pm
Hi guys, I'm from France, the season is finished and the winter is arrived yet ! It's windy, cold, wet and sometime it's snowing, so not the good conditions for Disc Golf, we wait the spring ! :)

Comment by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on December 4, 2008 at 3:04pm
In my image, Germany of winter is feeling that it is cold.
I'm sorry when wrong.
Recently, the Japanese seems to be participating in the soccer team in Germany little by little.
I think that the first Japanese player was a player named sure Okudera.
Will I hope various information in the future.
Comment by Simon Lizotte on December 4, 2008 at 1:10pm
sorry for using your comment arthur...:-)
but it fitted so well...;-)

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