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Sprayed eight cans of snow-b-gone and this stuff is like magic scoob! Zoiks!...its disc golf time!
Scot Lambert
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Mako in other plastic
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Ace Race
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Scot Lambert replied to Brad Snyder's discussion Understable Disc Bag Question
"Although a larger diameter mid range disc, the Comet is one of the best discs made. A excellent beginer disc."
Jun 28, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to Disc Player Sports's discussion Keen vs. Merrell
"Merrel all the way! I had no idea they sponsored DG! Great outdoor shoe/boot all day. Its premium footwear all the way around but not a bargain by any means."
Mar 17, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to First Run Apparel's discussion Busiest course in MIchigan???? Grand Woods has my vote. What do you think???
"LOVE awesome courses! HATE to wait! This thread reminds me of choosing between a root canal and a colonoscopy."
Mar 17, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to Velcro Boy's discussion List of courses in Wisconsin that don't pull baskets in spring
"Stoughton, Beloit( 9), I know you said wisconsin but rockford Ill has a park with TWO 18s that never pull the baskets. While Im not a huge fan of the Rockford courses, they have some truely spectacular trees and it Is a good scene there. I recently…"
Mar 17, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to Trae-Bear's discussion Whats your Favorite disc in your bag??
"Champion Valk. Very controlable and predictable driver."
Mar 12, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to First Run Apparel's discussion What's this disc worth?
"Cool looking disc though. Id pay more for a lighter weight disc though. It amazes me that plastic appreciates in value!"
Mar 10, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to First Run Apparel's discussion Screen Printers AGAINST ZAZZLE.COM or CAFEPRESS.COM any of those sights that take money from local businesses!!
"America and Americans seem to be folding thier arms to globlization and its terrifying. There is a trickle effect of cheap goods that takes a while to hit but it hits hard. As a former auto worker I feel what your saying. I took a great deal of…"
Mar 10, 2010
Scot Lambert and Trae-Bear are now friends
Mar 10, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to Gbudz's discussion Favorite Aviar
"Big bead rules!"
Mar 9, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to Trae-Bear's discussion for rain??
"Bravo Brandon! My Merrells have yet to let me down Bro. Pricey but a zero regret purchase. As for throwing in the rain....no hair on this grape= no biggie."
Mar 8, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to Benjamin Bohl's discussion Does a course deserve a bad rating.....????
"Write a bad review and dont worry about being politically correct. Most people dont want the" Im super positive" description of a coarses downsides. If its a nasty place to play it is going to be even if you sweet it up with ways to…"
Mar 8, 2010
Scot Lambert commented on Rob Simmons's blog post Improvements
"Glad your improving and enjoying the sport. I got caught up for a while in getting the newest longest discs and it hurt my game. Like you, I find lighter discs to be excellent controlable fliers. A good approach disc IMO is the buzzz. Dynamite disc!…"
Mar 8, 2010
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Mar 8, 2010
Scot Lambert replied to Jim Coonradt's discussion Too many discs...
"I think your right. Choices are not always a good thing. I carry around seven to nine discs depending on the wind. I know and understand these discs pretty well. I still love getting new plastic, but when shooting rounds it makes no sense for me to…"
Mar 3, 2010
discgolfdady replied to Scot Lambert's discussion The "Champ", Ken Climo
"thats my line they dont put pictures on score cards "plagerism""
Feb 21, 2010
discgolfdady replied to Scot Lambert's discussion The "Champ", Ken Climo
"hhahahahahah joke !!!!!!"
Feb 21, 2010

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Scot Lambert
Do you normally drive forehand, backhand, or other?
When did you discover and begin playing this best of all sports?
walking around in my home town(janesville,Wi.)and noticed some strange looking baskets.found out about it and thought id give it a shot.was hooked the first time i banged the chains.
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Kansa City
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What is your "home" course?
lustig park in janesville
What are your Top Five courses?
elver park,hiestand and tolkien creek in madison wisconsin.also recently went on a pilgramage to Tn. and enjoyed six of the nashville areas fine courses.
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What is your favorite disc golf-related website?
disc golf review

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My baby shoots par!

It took less than a year for my girlfriend to go from shooting 50 over par on our 18 hole course to shooting even. I was soooo proud of her game. Its even more impresive to me because she just started throwing backhand a couple of months ago. Its taken her game to a whole new, more consistant level. Well done baby!

Posted on April 28, 2009 at 12:14pm

First Ace!

Finally! A ace! Guess it didnt take that long, been at the game for about ten months. It was wild! It went in( A BUZZZ ) and it took several second to react. The other great thing about it is that it was with my girlfriend...and its her birthday today!

Posted on April 22, 2009 at 5:05pm — 5 Comments

Discin in Ohio and New York

Me and my G-friend just got back from a trip to New York city to see Karens son, who is shipping off to Germany. The trip is Very long but thank God for disc golf. Karen had the forthought to map out a ton of courses on route to the city. We first took in a 20 hole course in Euclid(?) called SIMMS. Great course right on the lake, right off the highway! Some cool holes on a surprisingly well kept,clean public course. It was just the ticket after bein in a car for 9 hours and left us both ready… Continue

Posted on April 14, 2009 at 12:16pm

Getting Pepsi

This may be obvious to alot of people,but the growth,prosperity and eventual acceptance of any new sport depends on one thing...How it televises. Our sport in video form looks at best like the video taken by the best man at a cousins second marriage. The asthetic just isnt there, and as a result, WE are the only people watching. Think about it...If your watching monday night football, and farve drops back to throw his third interception of the quarter( Mad that he left!!!) and the camera… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2009 at 11:58pm

Mixing it up to keep your bag politically uncluttered

I love loyalty...dont we all. Its the reason the dog is the most common pet,its the reason you tolerate that friend who knows exactly what not to say.Loyalty can be a wonderful and very beneficial quality...it can also be self depricating. This self destructive loyalty reers its ugly head in the form of almost religous preferance for brands of the plastic we throw.How many times have we seen it in the blogs...on the courses...on porta johns everywhere! People pointing out the inherent… Continue

Posted on February 28, 2009 at 8:34pm — 6 Comments

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At 11:58pm on December 5, 2009, LEE CASTRO said…
You were interested in my take on the star katana,well it performs somewhat like my star valkeryie but a bit more stable,i through it aproximatey 30 times today.We did have a little wind today and it handled it better than my valk but would sill turn over some.1 to 10 rating i would give it a 8 i will use it alot.My favorite drivers are a 175g r pro boss,and a 175g champ groove.Hope he info helped peace,and happy holidays.
At 6:03pm on December 4, 2009, Brad said…
hay scot just going through my page and was wondering if you ever got around to playing the west course at rockford. They now have two sets of pin placements for the west side. It is now a much tougher course.
At 11:44am on May 16, 2009, Hoovie said…
Scot, hope you and some buddies can make the Memorial Open. It should be fun.
At 6:27pm on April 7, 2009, Disc Player Sports said…
If your girlfriend were to place an order, will give you a vinyl logo for FREE since your are unemployed.....
When if she does, place the note in the "comments" part for you. What color etc.
It's my girlfriend's favorite logo too!
At 8:17am on March 31, 2009, mark ellis said…
Your go to driver is turning into a roller, eh? It sounds like you are developing follow through. Getting better is not a straight line process. You get worse before you get better. Keep on working on it in a field.

During rounds use your normal form. Wait to unleash the new follow through.

Good luck.
At 10:16pm on March 26, 2009, 4U2NV said…
Looking at the video, you lack motion in your torso (hips and abs). Also it appears as though you have decent arm speed, but you are reaching max speed WAY before you get to your release point. Try to gradually increase your speed and hit your max right at releasing the disc. This will "give you the best bang for your buck". A follow thru with your leg woudl not be a bad thing either but make sure if you are going to do that you are still maintaining balance. Remember there is no point in sacrificing accuracy for power.
At 1:19pm on March 26, 2009, windsurf17 said…
check out this video, about 55 seconds in:


He's setting up for approaches with no run up, but look at how much his whole body follows thru. If you check out the distance drives, it's different, but watch how much he keeps the torso rotating. That is what I did wrong for a long time (similar concept to my RHFH throwing). Now I yank my front shoulder open and the rest of my body is free to rotate more, and I follow all the way through with the rest of my body, including the hip, and don't worry about "stopping" like I used to. I'm no Climo, but I'm in no pain, either. It's not effort. Not effort at all, quite the opposite.
At 5:51pm on March 25, 2009, 4U2NV said…
I would love to help break down your throw for you to get you better distance, but you must recognize that you are potientally throwing to heavy of a disc for your power at this point in time also. I cannot say for sure as I do not know what you are throwing.
At 6:16pm on March 12, 2009, Ken Long said…
It probably won't be until July sometime until I can make it up that way. But I'll let you know. Alot going on this summer. If earlier...I'll let you know.
At 9:38pm on February 28, 2009, mark ellis said…
Hey Scot, If your forehands are not close to working then you are doing something fundamentally wrong. If you can post a video of yourself I can tell you what that is and how to fix it.

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