Byron is about forty-five minutes northwest of Kensington. I'm trying to let everyone know that permanent baskets are going in the ground today and tomorrow at Willow Brook Golf Course in Byron, Michigan. We are having a Grand Opening Doubles tournament Saturday, April 5, 2008. BYO partner. Divisions are based on you and your partner's average rating, so you can partner up with someone you might not otherwise be able to play divisional doubles with, like your wife or novice buddy, and play in the division that puts you in.
Par 72, Big D course with three redesigned holes.
Clubhouse with a bar.
Limited quantities of darkside dyed Vader ESP Forces.
Great weather in the forecast.
$35 per player.
Registration is from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the course.
You wrote:I've been testing your technique and have to admit it's working better than I'd hoped it might. I've gone from throwing a forehand out of necessity to electing to go with a forehand shot when other shots are equally viable.
So you tried my advice hoping that it wouldn't work? Well if that is all you need then the next time your disc is stuck high in the tree, before you jump down stick your tongue as far out as it will go. That will soften the impact of your landing.
Thanks Scott. I am a rocker. Thought I would put up a few songs that were appropriate for rockin' the disc golf world (titles and tempo). I tried to hit the folks in California with Speed Demon, the eastern part of the US with Smoky Mountain Drive, my home state with Tx Nuclear Boogie, and everyone with Wizards in Winter :-) I really like epic prog rock, so I'll be sure to put up some Dream Theater, Circus Maximus, etc... Thanks!
Dillsburg is about 25 minutes from Carlisle. There is an 18-hole disc gold course at Pinchot Park which is another 20 minutes further from Carlisle. Here's more info on it: