This is a list of the tournaments I've played:
February-Ice Bowl, Horshoe Canyon, Jasper, AR
April-Capital City Classic, Topeka, KS
June-Great Lakes Open, Dexter, MI
June-Disc Girls Gone Wild, Grand Ledge, MI
June-LSDiscs Open, Topeka, KS
August-14th Hell on the Border, Fort Smith, AR
September-Big Shunga Open, Topeka, KS
November-Battle at Bell Park, Greenwood, AR
MORE TO COME...
Added by ConniJo on November 9, 2009 at 2:01pm —
More storms rolled through the state on Easter Sunday, so the course was dreary this morning until I came up to the basket at hole 10. A white-tailed deer was stirring, startled no doubt by my futile basket-thumping as I tried to birdie-putt. I stopped, watched him bound off, and serenely and cleanly hit chains.
Added by ConniJo on April 13, 2009 at 11:01am —
This morning's round was chilly but bright and clear, with a lot of dew on the ground. An average round, til I got to hole 10 and heard the distinctive sound of a woodpecker. I was able to locate him and discovered he was a pileated woodpecker-the first one I've ever seen! And another great start to a beautiful day!
Added by ConniJo on April 11, 2009 at 11:02am —
Storms rolled through Arkansas last night, bringing rain, hail, and tornados. The course in Russellville survived just fine, but the wind was blowing like crazy this morning! But, like they say-shut up and throw!
Added by ConniJo on April 10, 2009 at 10:55am —
What a wonderful weekend! The weather was windy, but the company and the courses were awesome! Thanks to all the LSDiscs guys and their families for two rounds of tough disc golf. And a special thanks to Neil for putting me up and putting up with me!
Added by ConniJo on April 6, 2009 at 5:17pm —
As I came up out of the woods to the 12th tee this morning, the broad fairway ahead of me was gorgeous! The Parks department does a fabulous job, considering we've had 5 inches of rain this month. The water here tends to stand patiently on top of the ground, waiting to slowly seep in. So you may slog through, but the ground itself is not squishy or slippery. Mostly. Sometimes it runs off into temporary rivulets and waterfalls, down to the lake. It was windy today, making each shot a thing of… Continue
Added by ConniJo on March 31, 2009 at 1:48pm —
This morning was gorgeous! It was chilly enough to wear light thermals under my sweats, but the sun was peeking up and the sky was cloudless. I saw a bald eagle soar off as I rounded the curve on the first hole, and a bluebird as I came up out of the woods to the 12th tee. What a way to start the week!
Added by ConniJo on March 29, 2009 at 11:49am —