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!
Added by Scot Lambert on April 28, 2009 at 12:14pm —
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!
Added by Scot Lambert on April 22, 2009 at 5:05pm —
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
Added by Scot Lambert on April 14, 2009 at 12:16pm —
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
Added by Scot Lambert on April 1, 2009 at 11:58pm —
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
Added by Scot Lambert on February 28, 2009 at 8:34pm —