HI Mr Ed,
My waist bag is a 'Throw and Go' from a company called Tommovations. They were popular in the late 90's. Got it when my daughter was born, and have been playing with it ever since. Not sure if the guy is still making them, but you could try to google them....Good Luck! They used to be advertised in the DGWN mags.
Just Disc Golf is 1800 square feet, have not had to charge yet except for a birthday party and some driving lessons. Have not even thought about mini golf in the back. We are just trying to survive for now just like the rest of the human race. thanks and happy discn
Hey Mr Ed...saw you post on Cubby's Page...I have a SWEET looking green R-Pro Dart which I picked up at the last Rutgers March O'Madness Tournament.....currently my favorite putter....better than the Omega Supersoft...less fade...a great Go For It Disc....you should get one...Nice Rubbery feel......Peace back to ya....mag
Thanks for the concern, luckily we're over the other side of the country, but the police and firefighters are still finding more bodies over in Vic, death toll is currently 130, with lots more people still missing. The fires are right near the only permanent course in Vic, in Whittlesea. Hopefully the fires will be under control soon, so those poor people can rebuild their lives. Thanks for your concern Mr Ed, I really appreciate it.
Mr Ed, we can fix you up with mini baskets or better yet, maybe you can come up with a design of your own. We mini players always encourage new baskets to be designed. We have quite a few different ones in our area already. You need mini down there in Florida. Peace.
hey now,It's difficult to find an open field,park area to throw some times.Perhaps the local school's ball field,if not fenced in for "secruity purpose for the kids".This might even draw some interest of anyone around.Maybe ask for permission to throw/demonstrate to a phys ed class.This might get the school interested in knowing what disc golf is .Perhaps contact the Edge school program,just a thought.
Try to throw less discs for distance.Easy to keep track of errant discs,but you still have the walking involved.I look at it as good exercise.
Practice practice, until it becomes routine. Now if I could find an open field to practice drives. I guess the logistics of it just makes it less practical. Picking up a couple putters and walking out 10 paces is waaaay easier than throwing 10 drives. I spend half 3/4 of my time searching for errant shots and walking back and forth.
Thank you for your concern. Here in TX, we don't play around when it comes to water hazards. LOL
They say that timing is of the essence. Two weeks ago, we launched a new affiliate club (North Side Chain Gang) that dedicated itself to area course restorations and improvements. And here we are..... the club has 5 charity events scheduled for the next 5 weeks to help with the issues. Thanks again for your concern, it only goes to prove what I've said for years, that the disc golf community is the most supportive and friendliest community around.
Not a big demand for visors yet. Beanies now in stock. We need them in Florida?!
Yeah, someone decided traffic yellow would be nice.
Funny though, karma as it is.
Rec'd about $1900 from the insurance company, being the 'artist' that I am--- used around $40 dollars in rags and lacquer thinner ( and sweat ) to remove the traffic paint.
The rest of the $ went to pay bills.
Who had the last laugh?
Hello Ed, Glad you liked the Mini idea. We can put a course in on about 2-3 acres of earth. It would be 9 holes with alternate tees. Of course the larger the area the better. The Mini courses that we have already installed on private lands vary from 2 acres to 17 acres. The larger parcels having 18 baskets on them, The smaller parcels have 9 baskets with alternate tees for 18 holes. Please visit us at www.minidiscgolf.com and read some course descriptions. Let us know if there is anything we can help you with or any questions we can answer. Have a GREAT DAY. Donnie Brooks MDGF#.00001 PDGA#15252