I see that you've been great, so i won't even ask again. It'll only give you a chance to brag even more about how you get to jetset around the world to play disc golf. Good for you.
I heard a whisper that you are selling discs. What have you got and how much? I am looking at getting some new discs, and may even have some of our MDGC guys order some to combine postage. We also need some club comp prizes. Our club is growing; doing well after only a few weeks of existence.
You were played with Jeff Kennedy.
I at the time of local trip of JapanOpen with him together.
And he is a very gentlemanly nice guy.
Jitushiro and Kajiyama participated from Japan.
Judging from a photograph, it is a course like Kawabe.
It seems to have been enjoyed very much and was good.
Today's Japanese top news was an Australian forest fire.
It was news that there were a lot of victims.
I pray for that early extinguishment of a fire and victims get possible to live in peace heartily all day long.
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
In all cases when throwing 150-class discs, you have to club up to more stable discs in every instance. I throw mainly Banshees, Firebirds, Tee-Rex and Excalibers for drivers and I also had some CE Rocs and Aviars for approach discs. I putted with a DX big bead Aviar, nice and stable to handle the pop when I released it. I suggest that you get your discs early so that you can have the opportunity to practice with them before making the trip over.
Be really smooth with your form and clean with your release. It help if you play lots of catch with other various frisbees in order to help adjustments to the weight differential of the 150-class. I played lots of Frisbee and Ultimate growing up so I am able to make adjustments to both size and weight when throwing, it made it a lot easier making the adjustment to lighter golf discs. These discs will show all mistakes in anyones throw mechanics and technique. Remember Smooth form and clean releases.
Hi there Dave, just got your message 1-1-9 and yes we can weigh your 150 class discs before we send them. Just let me know what you want and I will try to fill your order. we just sent about 40 discs to western Australia to Chris Finn. Do you know him? Thanks and Happy New Year
AuS, I have told a fellow mini collector about you wanting some old Minis. His name is whitler and I told him to contact you. He has a bunch of old minis he wants to sell. Just thought I would let you know that he might contact you and is a trustworthy person. Peace, Donnie
The player participates though whether how many people it are not understood from Japan.
It introduces it on the homepage of JPDGA.
Because it is appreciation of the yen, it might be time good because it goes from Japan to the foreign country now.
Taiwan only came near in the transit.
Is it an Asia open?
I think it is at present impossible because of work though I have feelings
where it wants to go.
David Feldobarg is a participation schedule.
The people how many are from Australia whether schedule of participation.
A lot of Australia seems to be also good at the course of disk golf.
The course can be being done little by little in Japan.
It will sincerely pray for the course to be maintained in various places next year.