I just spent half the day with an orthopedic surgeon. I got more
x-rays and then a CT scan. In the end, he determined that surgery was
not necessary. This was based on two different reasons. The first
being that the displacement that he would try to fix was only 1 mm and
it takes a displacement of 2 mm before they deem surgery necessary.
That was the good reason. The bad reason why not to do surgery is that
I actually have many small fractures in addition to the… Continue
Added by Juliana on January 2, 2008 at 9:54pm —
Cooper and I played Gower today in miserable weather. It was 30 degrees, but the wind was brutal. Coop overslept so I played a round alone +4, then two with him +5 and +4. The wind really tore our game up! Today is also my 54th birthday.
Added by Kraig on January 2, 2008 at 9:30pm —
Played a tournament in Norwalk, O.H
(#14 wall of tree's hole minus the snow tuesday)
at the great blue heron Disc Golf Course. Weather was around 29 & WINDY! wer'e talking 35+mph gusts with steady 15mph Winds off the water. Around 20 locals showed with 2 of us from Toledo & 1 guy from chicago being the only out of towners. 10 Open players the others scattered in other divisons. Round 1 started at 12:00 with 21 Grueling holes in… Continue
Added by Chris "Smokey" Hoyle on January 2, 2008 at 8:02pm —
Well, since Justin has been begging for it... I guess I'll recount the improbability of yesterday. The title of the post pretty much gives away what happened.
I spent the past couple of weeks doing field work and telling myself that I was doing everything I could to facilitate a win in Open at the unsanctioned tournament on January 1st at Norwalk, Ohio's Great Blue Heron DGC. But even through all of that, I don't think I totally believed I could pull off a win.
We got there at… Continue
Added by Chris Wojciechowski on January 2, 2008 at 3:42pm —
Just got back from the most amazing lunch break nine(1/2/08) at bandamer. The recent winter storm left a bunch of heavy wet snow covering everything!!!! Baskets were enveloped in snow muting the sounds of the chains. The fairways are completely changed due to all the limbs being bent down. Even the path from 6 to 7 was a long bent-over crawl. Anyone gets a chance get out and play there today! No lost discs. bring good snow boots, gaiters,etc.
Added by Peter Kunoff on January 2, 2008 at 3:27pm —
I moved to Florida in August, and had a lot of time to work on my game. My wife Jessica, joined me in November, and we are loving it here. We tend to laugh each time we hear the snow reports back home in Michigan. While we miss our family and friends, we are excited to be in the Orlando area. I am teaching at a great middle school, and will probably never move back to Michigan.
The crew that I have been golfing with are great. It seems to be an exciting time for the Orlando Disc Golf… Continue
Added by Matthew Monczka on January 2, 2008 at 12:53pm —
Just got back to Seattle from a trip back home to Oregon. Luckily had a chance to stop in Portland to play 36 holes at Pier Park (thanks for the round Dave) . Boy I really like that course, I hope all of you Portland discers really appreciate what a gem that course is; especially for a public park (judging by the 25+ players on the course by 10:00 on a Monday morning I think you do). Oregon DG never fails to impress me.
Hole #12 @ Pier Park in Portland… Continue
Added by lonnieb on January 2, 2008 at 1:07am —
I had never really heard of disc golf until the spring of 2006. I played a few rounds here and there with my brother. By a few rounds I mean maybe like 4 or 5 all spring and summer. I was busy working to pay for school as well as working out so that I could keep my college soccer scholarship. I liked disc golf, but I wasn't hooked yet.
Spring 2007 rolled around and I bought my own discs. I began to play more. In fact, I began playing multiple rounds a day most days of the week. If I… Continue
Added by Jayne on January 2, 2008 at 12:52am —
I really hate local "players" who think they are all that however they are just full of crap. Who lie about their scores and who lie about how far they can throw it and even lie about how they acquired their discs. I'll admit anytime I'm one of those "lake rats" as some of you would say. However if the disc I finds has a name and number I'll call it and attempt to return it sometimes for a finders fee of like $2. If no one answers I consider it my disc. Sometimes I even turn them into the local… Continue
Added by Rob on January 1, 2008 at 4:43pm —
February 23, 1998...Scottsdale, AZ...Vista Del Camino, hole #12 - While shooting a round with David Demery and friends, I was playing well and had the pad going into hole #11. And then, splash! A circle-5 put me to the back of the order coming into hole #12. I was upset. I took out a red, no-name 173 gram Cyclone which I'd found at the edge of the water the day before and, on a 278' pin setting, whipped the shot out of frustration as hard as I could throw it. The disc crashed into the chains… Continue
Added by philthebasket on January 1, 2008 at 11:12am —