Bucci! Hey man all is well here except for the week long rain we are having-just enough rain to keep the courses sloppy, but now snow so I'll take it. Hope all is well over on your side of earth-Keep in touch and take care!
Our snow is gone and now we have the cleansing rain. Way to much cleansing though. I have a friend who is visiting Japan and possibly you. His name is John.
Also...is it true that the discs thrown in Japan have to be 150 grams or less?
Let me know. Have nice summer.
The seasons here in our part of Texas have become confused by the wobble the earth is experiencing due to the approach of planet X. We have already had 97 f. and then we get freezing temperatures two days later. Did you hear about my two aces last Friday? I wrote a story and sent it to my friends. I wrote it in a style like an old TV show called Dragnet. I think you got it. I have been reading Benjamin Fulford Blogs about Japan and China. I like what he says.
I am doing great. thanks. How about you. Yes we are very excited for spring I have had enough cold days. I have been playing as much as possible and getting things in place for this years tourney. I am excited for the upcoming season of disc golf. with my first tourney just around the corner. how about yourself?
Bucci, I watched the Korea against Japan baseball game this morning. The Japanese fans were very fun to watch and listen to. When Japan was batting, the fans were loud and sang. When Japan was pitching, the fans were quiet and respectful. Very good to watch. Hopefully Japan and USA will play baseball.
Thanks for the compliment about the 08 Worlds. It was a lot of work, but was a really unique experience to run. Wish I could have played though. I will be playing this year in KC. Are you going to be there?
Nice to meet you, too. I agreed with you with a great network for us in discgolferR.us.
Here in the State of Washington, there is a disc golf organization called the Washington Deaf Disc Golf Association (WDDGA). The WDDGA promotes disc golf competition for the Deaf community by hosting 9 tournaments a year. You don’t have to be an athlete to play, as anyone can play the sport. In fact, there is a Masters group for people who are over 40 years old. Also there are group categories for ladies and kids to compete among themselves. The best disc golfers usually play in the Pro Category, and they usually have scores that are close to or better than the course par score of 54 strokes. The rest of disc golfers either play in the amateur or Masters category. There are many other Deaf disc golf organizations in other different states. WDDGA affiliates to www.ddga.org in United States.
It is nice to getting know you. Are you still teacher? Do you meet deaf people in Japan? Do you meet any deaf person in your country?
I have no information about blind experience for disc golf but I had one deaf person who is usher's syndrome and skilled disc golf in Austin, Texas. For your information, Seattle has a good service for deaf blind. Visit at http://www.seattledbsc.org/ .
If you are member of disc golf in Japan, which organization member are you? Can you share with me with a website? It would be interesting.