I'm always on the hunt for 1st run ESP surges, preferably the ones just stamped DISCRAFT with no other writing and a white sticker on the back indicating first run. Ask Brad for some, tell him they're for Hero!
Hey Ryan, I bought another one too. I was throwing it for a while. But the clear plastic likes to hide to easy! I was using it for my upshots, 100-120 feet and it would blend right in. Also try to find it if it lands in water!
Just got back from North Carolina late Sat/early Sun - Man I had forgotten about the Captain Cling - On deal - FUNNY - I do remember the dude that got you POed - Hope you had a great Christmas and New Year - Playing anywhere this month - Looks like I am going to jhave to give the Savannah Open TD a call tommorow and bow out of that tournmament due to a work commiment - I may do the Coluimbus Ice Bowl - not sure - What is up in MOOD Golf World? - Good to hear from you Rhyno - Boats and Hoes
Nope, I don't mention disc golf but I have thought about giving out mini's. The North Pole is way to cold. It was almost to cold on Sat. 21 degrees. I might play at Hudson Mills too. We could meet up in Toledo and car pool if you wanted to.
Check out the santa pic on my page. I got my 6th victory today at the Holiday Hyzer!!I shot a 6 down in the 2nd round to end up at -5 for the tourney. It was another playoff victory. I won it on the 1st hole. See ya soon dude.
With fixing my putting, the easiest thing has been to jump over to a straddle putt stance for me and putt for about 20 minutes. When I jump back to my staggered stance I try to mimic what I did when I was straddling. The straddle putt that I have has a nice pitch to it and is on line a lot more often, despite being less comfortable. It forces my form back into shape.
Here are a few other pointers I generally give friends when I'm teaching them to putt...
-Square up your shoulders, just like you would shooting a basketball, and come off the center of your body.
-Keep your chin up, this forces your spine to straighten out and keeps you from getting in a rut putting low.
-Start with a very very pitch putt, and then slowly progress into more spin.
As for not getting along... man its the internet. I don't take any argument that happens online personally. In person we've generally got along.