It's his wedding - surely we can accomodate. There are definitely other options with the course from a safari standpoint that would allow you to skip 10-12.
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62 for me.....7 in advanced, I think......You also got #4 as well with a solid shot.....
Good to see friendy teasing going on, forums are usually a buncha insults and threats...
You are right. We tied. Still first though. Not the point I was trying to make. Thigh curl contest it is! Followed by a one-legged ass kicking contest. Jordan can even use his good leg.
I'm fairly new to Disk Golf and I want to join a local league, having said that I'm busy weekday evenings and was looking to get experience and meet new people. I'm looking at Legasy Friday nights and was wondering the details about it. I hear its doubles (not really clear on how that works) and I was curious how a novice player like myself would fair in a non rec league. I would love to play players better than me but at the same time I don't wanna get killed out there. Any details would be appreciated...thanks for your time!
Both Legacy (on fri) and Pleasant Hill (sun) leagues are random draw doubles. Meaning you will draw for a partner (at least once, right Kelly ) and then it's best shot doubles, take the best shots between you and your partner. There will be some really strong players out there but there are several guys that are in a similar situation and new to the game and competing in leagues. The most important thing to remember is to have fun and try not to drag your partner down. Last time I played Legacy league, my partner and I won, but we probably used 17/18 of my putts and 16/18 of my drives. My partner still helped us win, by either laying up so I could run it and he had 2 park jobs on some of the shorter holes. If you want to get better, meet some new people, and have fun you need to get out there.
When I put .15 line on my Husqvarna, it can cut down trees.
New chains look good!!! Thanks Eric for getting this together.