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Four Legged Golf Partners

The partner that is always up for a round

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Latest Activity: Dec 11, 2010

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Comment by brett@sickdisc.com on November 4, 2009 at 11:17am
dammit, I thought this club would have more conjoined twins!
Comment by Disk Dog on October 29, 2009 at 7:59pm

Comment by Disk Dog on October 29, 2009 at 7:56pm
My Dog "Mojo" is good disc dog (no pun intended), we walk together during morning leagues and casual rounds, it doesn't bother anyone. I keep him leashed with a 5' foot rope around his standard leash, and have those clips that just push "imitation climbers clips" that I hook around any tree or bench etc to keep him from running around or chasing some critter or other dog. Sometimes I will clip him to the basket while I putt, he doesn't care that a disc is flying towards the basket. I make sure that I carry extra poop bags for messes. Also, I bring extra H2O for him. Everyone likes him...
Comment by Jeremy Boyd on October 28, 2009 at 3:42am
Stella is a good disc golf dog but I've definitely played with some dogs that aren't. I think younger pups are a bit more of a distraction. I love dogs - I hope that when I finally get one that it will be a good golfing partner.
Comment by Bill on October 26, 2009 at 1:01pm
I bring the dog only when approved by playing partners or going by myself. Most of the time he only misbehaves when another dog on the course goes all spaz and he follows suit, otherwise he's off playing in the creeks.
Comment by Jamestown on October 26, 2009 at 9:10am
I truly enjoy animals, but really don't think dogs should be on the course. My opinion on this is much different if it is a private course. Every dog Ive been around on a course during play is more of a distraction to others than you may think. Most parks have leash laws and poop laws, also there are many people who are scared of large dogs.
Frisbee and dogs together have been around for a while, but I believe there is a time and place for them both, but its not on a golf course.
Comment by Thad Murgatroyd on October 24, 2009 at 1:01am
The dog pictured is Stella she has hundreds of rounds of golf under her collar,she is one of the best behaved discdog ive seen ,and can lead a person around every discgolf course in the anchorage area .she will walk you to the tee box wait till bags are picked up then walks down the fairway to the discs then proceeds to the basket then the next tee box ,kinda funny to watch

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