Kazuhiko, thanks for the friend request, it is always great to hear from disc golf players from other countrys ! it still amazes me how many people around the world in other countrys play disc golf, as even in america were the sport was born, it is still a somewhat unknown sport to the majority of our population, although that is changing, especially in the last few years.
were i live they have in the last few years put in a good many new courses, do you have very many courses were you live ? and are they nice ?
ps- the disc stamps you designed are awesome ! i especially like the budda carracter throwing the disc in the basket, that ones great !
i hope you continue to enjoy disc golf and this site as much as i do - DC
yes it is your sister city i found out las weekend when i was talking to brad zimmerman at the oklahoma open
i passed along a message you posted to for him
anyway nice meeting you on the discgolfers are us chime in anytime
Kazuhiko, It was nice meeting you this year at worlds and I hope to see you again. The Japanese team has played in the Mini Disc Golf tourney at worlds for several years now and I always enjoy each of you. My dream is to come to Japan and play on your turf. Word Peace through Disc Golf.
You are in Japan now?!! That is truly amazing that we can chat from that distance. What is the name of the town or city where you live? I live in Battle Creek, Mi. and I live close to Begg Park.
Battle Creek has a large group of Japanese familie living here. Due to Nippondenso, Tokorika, Musashi and other automotive factories serving Toyota etc.
I am curious. Are you commenting to me from outside the USA, or do you live in the USA now?
Yes..Kimball Pines is a tough course for me too. It is only 5 miles from my home, but I play Begg Park more. You played at Begg Park..didn't you?
Finally..what division did you play in?
Thanks for the comment. We tried to make our disc golf courses presentable to all involved. How did you do at Worlds '08 over all?
Finally...your written English needs some work, but I am able to understand what you are trying to communicate. Keep up the good work.
The photo you have of our first round group is as follows, left to right, Tim Fry, Brad McKelvey, Larry McCourt (Me), and Bucci. I'm so glad you were able to find this website. It was a pleasure to have played with you in the first round. One of my favorite stories from Worlds was in the first round, last hole, when Tim Fry told you "No Low", and then you proceeded to hit your first longer putt of the day.