Its hard to say. Do we take our non-disc golfing friends out for a leisurely (yet frustrating) loop or do we try to contact better players for which we are simply acquaintances? On one hand, you have to be loyal to your closest peeps. An example: One day, at Creve Coeur park in St. Louis I decided to take 4-5 of my closest non-disc golfing friends to the extremely long (about 10,000 feet), yet very flat, park that sits adjacent to one of the largest lakes in the area. Needless to say, on this… Continue
Added by Ryan S. Flahive on May 28, 2009 at 8:36am —
White Birch Park, Hazelwood, Missouri--a suburb of the Dirty Lou. The first course built in Missouri c. 1979 was my introduction to the wonderful world of disc golf. The year was around 1999, and I was a sophomore in college at Lindenwood University in St. Charles. A ball-golfer since the age of five, I found during college that golf was a very expensive and time-consuming enterprise for a college student. I couldn't get on a course to save my life. Disc golf filled that void for me that… Continue
Added by Ryan S. Flahive on May 24, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Blogs? Usually not for me; I do enough writing in my profession. But this is different; I decided to write of my experiences and love for disc golf. If you read it, fine. If not, nothing lost and nothing gained. I hope my stories, hopes, aspirations, and disappointments entertain you and maybe offer insight.
Added by Ryan S. Flahive on May 24, 2009 at 10:46am —