"I've already said before I could improve every one of the courses I've designed. If anything, experienced designers are tougher on their own evaluations and know the things they would like to have done better on their own designs but were…"
"Chuck, I've only been inovlved in disc for a couple years, but played ball golf for 35 years.
In YOUR opinion you could improve any course not designed by a "certified" member of the design group...well...in MY opinion, I think I…"
Hi Matt, Thanks for your comments about my shirts. Yes, you can add the design to the back - follow these easy steps: visit site and select a shirt; click "customize"; click "select" and then "select all"; select "edit" and then select "copy"; now, choose the back-of-shirt-image (icon sized, under large window), and select "paste". Hope that helps.
Hey Matt. You asked me to let you know how the ESP Cyclones compared to the old TP Cyclones, so here we go. Got two ESP Cyclones in the mail last week (a light blue and a green both 173 gm). Took them out along with a slightly used 173 gm TP Cyclone. The flight on all three was very similar. When thrown flat (RHBH) they would drift slightly to the right before coming back at the end of the flight. Thrown with hyzer, they would flip up to flat and then finish with a nice hyzer. When thrown high with anhyzer, it would hold it for the whole flight. The thing everyone loved about TP Cyclones was the glide and the ESPs have just as much and possibly more. The ESPs usually ended up about 10 ft past my Tourney Pro. ESP Cyclones definitely get a thumbs up from me. Great fairway driver that can be worked on some many different lines.