« on: November 05, 2012, 01:46:34 PM »
I think this post is simply inspirational.
Being in the Midwest is a vital location for this sport. I feel that KC has everything that is needed to make this sport even bigger than it is today. A great location with perfect settings and the potential for additional layouts can make the tracks that people travel hours or days to play. More importantly, I feel it is the people who make this sport. The players who walk these tracks have the ability to promote a fantastic game in a top notch city. I have yet to meet anyone, random or otherwise, who does not represent KC and Disc Golf in an exceptionally positive light. Having been a member for only several months, I feel the cost more than pays for itself with the opportunity you are given.
I met some guys at PCP after I got lost at BV on Saturday (Daaaamn that place is no joke). Great guys to play with. I talked about the KCFDC and they were very interested. Not to push it, but I suggested they join up for all it has to offer or hit up a league and see if it is for them. These same two guys were the ones that came DU the Saturday before everyone went off on RDD. They were impressed by the friendliness and draw of a Saturday league. Needless to say, we exchanged numbers and will be playing again. I hope to get them to sign up with the KCFDC. Not just to increase membership, but because the more people we can get who truly enjoy this sport, the better we are as whole.
I missed Sunday. But I enjoyed seeing those I know in the results and how well they did. It's small things like Disc Golf that can make life that much more enjoyable.