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Over 35 disc golfers

For all those who play the game and are over 35. How do you deal with these young kids and the sport? What do you do to keep up your game? Let's help each other out! 35 is not midlife! It's the new 25!

Location: Anywhere but the nursing home!
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Started by deckmike. Last reply by John Wright Jun 26, 2009.

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Comment by mongo on June 23, 2009 at 10:37am
as don might of missed those rubber arms are ther because of us ......(remember in the begining it was fun to look at there faces when youd let them through there 20foot shot then youd step up and rip your 310 and tell them to practice and eat there veggies and all the stuff dads till there kids they can to )and nowthey ripp right there with you or longer then ask"y do you make that grunting noise"? well thereis away around that!!!!!!!for those who have not seen my bag it has a false bottom in it, i just have them carry my bagg with an extra 20 pounds in the bottom hahahaheheh not to mention some day they will be 18 and legal to knock out so be carefull tounting the old guys they might have a hard cane by then
Comment by The White Spider on June 23, 2009 at 8:14am
40 years old and acting like I'm 20. I'll keep going until I REALLY hurt myself.
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Comment by mf100forever on June 23, 2009 at 2:09am
I am with you, been around since 1962, enjoying disc/frisbee-golf since around 78-79!
Comment by don on June 22, 2009 at 3:11pm
41 and yes those young punks can do anything with those rubber band arms it makes me sick. LOL wish I would have stayed with the game when I first started to play.
Comment by Tom Westphal on June 22, 2009 at 2:40pm
I'm the opposite of Russell. I turned 42 a couple of weeks ago, but I feel like I'm 10 years younger. And I've only been playing disc golf for two months now. I hope it contributes to keeping me feel younger.
Comment by Russell Gore on June 22, 2009 at 12:31pm
Well, I'm not quite 35 yet. I still have a year and 2 months. However I feel like I'm in my mid 40's if that counts for anything.
 

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