And yes, there are some good ones. Most of the best ones are not fun for me to play though as you will read later one great, amazing course I will give it props for how good it is. But the problem with ivy made it completely unenjoyable and a miserable experience, for me.
As for michigan, those k-zoo courses are the reason I didnt go to worlds, just about the worst set of courses in the whole state!
I'm still freaked out about you're snake encounter story testerday - yikes - You should post it - I'm terrified of snakes...especially GIANT - AGGRESSIVE - WATER MOCCASINS!
Maybe start a new thread headed " Wildlife encounters" while on he course. (I was O.K. with the little bunny we saw)
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Nice page Matt,
Great shots...y'all keep an eye out for that awesome three-finger / high release sidearm!
There is something to learn from his joyful smile after every throw...no matter where it goes - too funny!
Witnessed his amazing hole out from 60' Sunday...it's going to be fun watching him grow and move up the ranks.
Peace & birdies
Most of the pictures on my page are from my son's first tournament (which he won!). His name is Conall, and he is an avid fan of this great sport. He is 4 years old, and plays 72 holes a week with our group. He shot two identical rounds of 44 on this nine hole course called River Plantation, in Conroe, TX. There are a couple of shots from Bear Branch in The Woodlands, TX as well.
This is an awsome site. I'm glad that I found it. I travel a bit, and live by the motto of "have discs, will travel". I love to host out of towners as well. If you come to Houston, message me first, and I will gladly take you to some of the city's best courses. (Lord knows we have a ton of them)