I have no issue swapping discs with you. I will admit I do not have much to swap that is special from canada other then ultimate discs at this time. Most of my disc golf discs are pretty much off the shelf other then the ones I dye
Glad to see ya on here. Lots of good tips can be found here. Keep trying to throw flat and listen to the forehand master Mark Ellis. Sounds like you are getting some good snap with that forehand. See ya at the meeting tonight if you can make it.
Nice to meet you as well Ken!! I hope you are enjoying our courses and we hope to see you out sometime soon. Maybe we can even get a round in. Remember, we have our Ice Bowl coming up in Feb. and you can get your new 2009 membership/DGB bag tag there. Hope ya come out and support the charity.
Justin Knowles #35139
Justin Knowles #35139
LOL.... the snake story is actually one of my favorites. I am glad you enjoyed it.
I never really stopped playing. BUt, there has been times that my playing comes to a hault during the winter. So far I have played more this winter then all others combined, except for maybe my first couple of years.
However, since I started my student teaching last week I do not forsee much golf until the days get longer
I just looked at your photos. Look at # 9 of 40. On this forehand shot I can see the bottom of the disc so you are rotating your wrist on your backswing. It may be easier to keep the top of the disc pointing up (at the sky) during the entire throw. Try it.
Forehands have a small margin of error so they are a thousand hours of practice to control the various routes. Releasing flat and clean is the starting point to mastering the trickier shots.
Think of your arm motion as a straight line. You pull back, snap forward then follow through. The straighter a line your arm motion makes the closer you are to throwing flat. Work on flat. Your body should be balanced, your arm motion smooth and flat. Your release should be clean so there is little flutter. Watch the flight of the disc. The disc will tell you whether you have thrown it flat.
Worry about power later. Start with flat, balanced and smooth.
Have someone watch your shots to tell you if you doing this.
2009 Northern Waters Disc Golf Series
“Celebrating its 10th Year of Northern Michigan Disc Golf Events”
2009 Tourney Schedule
“10 Years/10 Events"
1. NWS #1 - Flip City – Shelby, MI Saturday, April 4th
2. NWS#2 – Kenwood Heritage Park - Cadillac, MI Saturday, April 25th
3. NWS#3 – “Quinvitational” Leviathan - Ludington, MI Sunday, April 26th
4. NWS#4 – Avalanche Park – Boyne City, MI Saturday, May 16th
5. NWS#5 - Hickory Hills Open - Traverse City, MI Sat. & Sun., June 20th-21st
6. NWS#6 – Myles Kimmerly – Maple City, MI Saturday, July 18th
7. NWS#7 – Northend Riverside Park - Big Rapids, MI Saturday, Aug. 8th
8. NWS#8 – Kingsley Civic Center South – Kingsley, MI Saturday, Aug. 22nd
9. NWS#9 - River Road Sports Complex - Petoskey, MI Saturday, Sept. 12th
10. NWS Finals - Whitehall Township - Whitehall, MI & Flip City - Shelby, MI
Sat. & Sun. October 10th-11th
My wife is going to take my art work over to a printshop tomorrow to see how much it will cost to get some shirst made, I am in Germany until 1-31-09 the disc golfers 4 christ logo belongs to some one else I believe there ie a web site that sells shirst...I will try to find it for you
Thank you for the answer immediately.
It is not because I am not good at English, and all things that you say can be understood.
I am sorry.
By the way, what is the meaning of "a killer Japanese golf disc? " though it is immediately a question?
I am sorry, please teach gently.