Occasionally the blind squirrel finds the hickory nut...but yes 'it's true
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I can't help it that I coach/train your east side team..............AND, I will continue to do so...!
Cause we are family!!!
Family with siblings living in the dirty room next door...
#1-Long right is correct.....
#3-There is only one placement, up along the bluff
#6-There are 2 placements, left and right along the tunnel, it is in the right along the tunnel
As for the other items.....Well sometimes you have to go through trash to find beauty. We can't all just pander to the land of the elitist. Someone had to make a place to play for the working class. How many good stories have started with did you see that in Olaythu? Guess what I saw in PC?
Point being, it takes a special place to build quality, and being on one of the oldest parks in the city gives us some rights that you don't have down there in JoCo land, where you use the "trash" a former golf course to create a disc golf course....yeah that's creative....next you will be trying to hold your West Side Team event on a Missouri course or something.....(sorry to drag you in on the rest of your side's comments Tracy, I know it wasn't you.....but yep, i Had to go there....)
No for the rest of you that realize that there is one team with a winning record on this here battle....you may realize that only the EAST SIDE, can claim, and always claim that we are the original champs......
It hurts, I know it does, but your fancy malls and such over there in Totoville should be able to find remedies for the injuries....for your games....hmmmmmm...not so much, but for your injuries, yeah they sell Prep H, go an getya sum!
1. near the used condom
2. near the old tv
3. next to the body.
What are the courses like?
I wish I was headed to Emporia or Augusta right now. Instead, I am stuck in a cubicle in Overland Park. Horrible
Good luck to everyone playing in the GBO!
I am still trying to figure this all out. I am slowly creeping up to a year playing, if you count winter time where I did not throw a disc. I usually look where I want to throw it, say a silent prayer and throw. Does it work? Heck no! I try to watch the vets throwing and I tend to ask a lot of questions, which can probably get annoying. I need to find this Church of the Flying Disc God!
Something I think helps develop your throwing is to play catch. Another thing that will improve your game fast is to take all your discs and go throw them out in an open filed such as a soccer field or baseball field. Playing rounds doesn;t give you enough reps to learn how to make the discs go where you want them to.
This. But doing the field thing takes dedication-- let's face it, that's booooring compared to playing an actual round --but perhaps that dedication makes the difference between an average player and an exceptional one.
it does take dedication. I live on 14 acres but I would be lying if I said I go out and play catch with myself. I keep telling myself I need too, but do I? Heck No...I try to play same courses, so I get repetition and I was seeing my score slowly drop last year. Then Winter hit...now I feel like I am almost back to square one.
I even bought one of those DVDs with Ken Climo and some other dude in it, when I purchased some discs online. It's given me a few pointers but I need to work on my drives. I thought I was doing awesome getting 350-400 feet on drives until I played with a guy who was almost doubling that...it was an ego crusher.
Doubling a 400' drive? What kind of downhill course are you playing my friend?!
I just changed putters again to the MERCY (as well as a bunch of other plastic) and then played the Monkey Island... I shot an 868 rated round... 8... 6.... 8. Came in DFL. I have technique and confidence, but not so much with the new plastic. Yet.
I have the GBO this weekend and I have to figure out what I am going to do; stick with familiar plastic or go with the new stuff.
Sounds like Tiger with Nike
That's my point, Jordan. If you don't know the right technique, what are you practicing then?