Hey Martin, thanks for your congratulations! I am really happy about my victory, I am hoping for this for so long.
You suddenly disappeared, but as I see, you arrived proper your home again, to contact me (-,. Let´s keep contact and I promise to let you know, when registration starts. We can think about forming a team. And find out more about Janina Münker, your fellow. Greetz Diemut, alias Par Paradies
what up Marty? Long time bro! Anyways luke nasty says you got the hookup on some addias gear, true or not true? Looking for some sweet addias Michigan gear. Hit me up sometime and drink me a tall boy over there! peace bro!
yeah, my game has made a lot of improvement (still needs more) since we last played. glad to hear that you are able to still play some in Germany. Let me know when you are returning to the states so that we can hit up rolling hills sometime soon.
na gut zurück gekommen? Wir hatten noch ein paar Tage was zu tun und jetzt golfen wir wieder zum Spaß. Was ist dein nächstes Tunier? Komm doch zur Summer Challenge der Hyzernauten nach München. Die Seite ist bald online - see hyzernauts.de. Gespielt wird am 23. und 24. August. Ist das beste Summer- Spaß- Tunier!
Yo Martin! There is at least one guy playing in Nürnberg and he is one of the best German players around, too. His name is Ted Winkelbeiner but I don't have his address to pass. You might get his contact via his Clubs' (www.scheibensucher.de) President Michael Hamann, firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep it flyin' -Phil.
Yeah man, try a weekend in Berlin and Potsdam and you'll surely like it!
Potsdam has a 14 baskets course and many people playing it every day.
It's no problem to stay at a locals' house (like mine;0)) for the time you are there. Berlin has two baskets and 8! courses on trees in one park. The Berlin Crew is meeting every Sunday morning and it's the only chance to get to know some of the courses because they don't care at all, but it exists since more than 25 years. They set up baskets for the Berlin Open (has already opened, so be quick!) which is one excellent tournament course and a very tough international field. See you, roc on and HYZER-HO! Phil.
thx for joining the Hyzernauts group :) For how long will you be living in Germany? Any free time to travel? If so, you should come and play in Berlin and Potsdam or even compete some tournaments.
Check out our homepage www.hyzernauts.de
You will find as well links to all the Disc Golf clubs in Germany.
Enjoy your time in Germany!
What is up Martin, I was just about to send you an invite to get signed up here. I agree with a your views concerning HM pay to play and the PDGA and disc golf in general. Check my blog I posted your email you just sent out to A3.