Today was a great day for disc golf. It was somewhat chilly but still with the sun peeking out it was beautiful.
We started Mt. Airy at 0930 (I was late and Matthew let me know about it). Doubles were a great time, we split up based on ratings. Stick was my partner, poor guy.
Hole 2, I must've seen one of the best shots ever. Stick threw his understable disc up towards the trees off the tee and it went all the way down the fairway and faded out for a 40-50' putt. CRAZY! That's… Continue
Added by Brad Anderson on January 12, 2008 at 10:00pm —
Lucky shot Biatchhhhhhhhhhh...
Added by "Deuce" the "Wonder Caddie" on January 12, 2008 at 9:08pm —
this morning a few ladies got together in northeast CT for a women's bagtag round. course: west thompson in grosvenor dale, CT.
we had perfect spring weather (in january!). aside from 1 flooded hole, which put the basket on an unreachable island, the course was in excellent condition. it was a hellagood time and i look forward to more rounds with the women of new england!
thanks to everyone who made this great course possible (one of my personal… Continue
Added by heather on January 12, 2008 at 8:50pm —
PLayed a sweet 9 hole course today at Bandamer Park in Ann Arbor MI
With my friends Papa wehner & his kid chris rob. We played 27 holes from reds straight to blues and finished off with a redemption round from the red's. Scores were-
Red's White's Blue's
Hoyle -7 -1 -2
C. Rob -7 +1 +7
Papa -3 Even +5
an Older gentlemen by the name of Dr.Steve joined us & got an ace on #5 Red Tee's that was sweet to watch. If you see Dr… Continue
Added by Chris "Smokey" Hoyle on January 12, 2008 at 7:17pm —
Steve and I played 2 rounds at Holmes today. I was +2 and +2. I felt like I played okay the first time around and terrible the second time, but I had the same scores. We ran into Gresham and his wife picnicking at the shelter. I hadn't seen G in a long time.
Added by Kraig on January 12, 2008 at 4:56pm —
Me and my friend Jesse are headed down to ATL to play at Redan today. We are the only two of the normal crew that can make it today (weather, work, etc. keeping everyone else home). Never been there but I hear it kicks! Might try some other courses if there is time (and strength) left over.
Added by Ken McKinney on January 12, 2008 at 7:07am —
(follow with "Laughing Girl" video)
i could not make it through the sessions...
Added by Ed Thomas on January 12, 2008 at 12:04am —
As a competitor:
- Win a PDGA Sanctioned event
- Place in the top 5 in every B tier or lower
- Play in at least one NT/Major (Hopefully quallify/state rep for USDGC)
- Place in the top 3 in both the Oregon and Washington Series
As a TD:
- Run a well organized PRO ONLY tournament that… Continue
Added by Ron_The_Whip on January 11, 2008 at 2:40pm —
Shipped by UPS today to the 20 discs winner: Andy Anderton of Knoxville, Tenessee.
White, Innova Star Shark, 179 grams
Pearlescent, Innova Candy Spyder (I think), first-run (from Nashville Worlds, I think)
Pink 161 gram Roc with a Hollywoods Disc Golf Course stamp
Blue, Odyssey from Gateway/Quest, 170 grams
Bright green Discraft ESP Surge FLX with No Foolin stamp, 169
Yellow Discraft Elite X Tracker, 164-168 grams
Orange, Discraft, candy, Elite Z Surge, with a… Continue
Added by Terry "the Pirate" Calhoun on January 11, 2008 at 2:16pm —
i found myself in a bind and needed their services in a completely inappropriate manner. the stellar folks at the IDGC were able to accomplish the impossible by directing me to the resources i needed to accomplish a time-compressed task. without their help, an important step forward for the sport of disc golf could not have been realized. it is the services of professional individuals like these that make me PROUD to be a PDGA member and a friend of the IDGC. Come join the fun!!!
Added by Ed Thomas on January 11, 2008 at 8:49am —
this is a interesting article I pulled off the pdga forum. This obsolete course issue ruined our rocket city blast tourney cause the a tier status made us play two similar courses:
Im a player with a 400 foot drive, but I agree:
They’re hitting the ball too far.” “Courses are becoming obsolete”. “Will golf become little more than driver,. wedge, putt?”
Cries are coming from both players and writers
alike that the incredible advances in the technology of… Continue
Added by lefty tom on January 10, 2008 at 11:59pm —
Added by Terry "the Pirate" Calhoun on January 10, 2008 at 8:33pm —
I played 18 holes with Bill tonight and I had my share of problems. I ended up at +4/58. I birdied 1,3,16,and 17, bogeyed 7,11, and 14, took a double on 12, and a triple on 5. I was very sore from working out the previous evening and that was bothering me. Overall I played okay for me, but my drive on 5 nicked a tree and caused a lot of havoc. I shanked my tee shot on 12 and had to fight through the greenbriars to get out. That exhausted me and it took until th e16th hole to catch my breath. I… Continue
Added by Kraig on January 10, 2008 at 8:30pm —
meez is like having a virtual doll... with a frisbee. it's official. i have too much free time.
Added by heather on January 10, 2008 at 7:57pm —
I came to the realization yesterday and today how much disc golf means to me. You see, I grew up playing soccer. I played competitively from ages 5-20. From age 14-20, I played year round. Growing up I wanted to play college soccer. I played for a year and a half, and it wasn't what I wanted it to be. I hung up the cleats. That WAS my life for 15 years. This was the first fall season in 15 years that I wasn't playing soccer. This summer was the first season in 8 years that I wasn't playing… Continue
Added by Jayne on January 10, 2008 at 3:57pm —
Teaching at the high school still sucks. I am looking forward to this weekend at O.T. Sloan. I need to make a come back after that terrible showing at Mazerick. I got some pictures of myself throwing and I could see my shoulder drop and I think that is causing my shots to go up and not level. I was practicing my putting out back and I was definitly improving on my 20 foot putts. Later.
Added by Heatstroke on January 9, 2008 at 8:41pm —
I'm not sure if anyone has blogged on this yet, but the world famous Shoe Tree at Morley Field in San Diego is no more.
High winds and heavy rain led to the tree's demise this past weekend. The weight of the hundreds of water-logged shoes hanging on its branches caused it to topple in the high winds. The shoe tree was a well-known San Diego landmark and definitely an icon in the disc golf world. This leaves us to wonder: "where will the next… Continue
Added by Rizbee on January 9, 2008 at 8:31pm —
Being laid up with a broken leg is drag ... I sit at home looking at my bag — the one I have been putting together for a few of months. I thought it would be a fun project for the winter to put together a bag of my favorite discs, all in RED. Not a silly thing to do when you live in the mountains of Colorado. It gets very hard to find your discs after the snow falls.
All those beautiful broken in discs come out and are stored until spring. Especially… Continue
Added by John McMullen on January 9, 2008 at 7:05pm —
Today in my spin class the instructor was featuring the guitarists from the Yardbirds. It made for a great workout. On one long, slow Clapton tune we stayed in the saddle. I had a good amount of resistance. I could feel myself both pushing down and pulling up with each stroke. The tune kept going and required us to get into "the zone" and continue pedaling. I realized that I was channeling the great German racer, Jan Ullrich. Ullrich was a powerful rider who could push huge gears and keep… Continue
Added by David Barish on January 9, 2008 at 11:13am —
At the Kinston monthly Sunday, had a bad drive on 14 from the short tee, but birdied it with a 30+ putt. Made my day :-)
Added by kdgaloha on January 9, 2008 at 10:34am —