If only there were someone around town who sold plastic....shane wrote:my first shot was supposed to be a hyzer, threw my fx and watched it go to the right of it's mark 150' ob turned around and said, well that was the most stable thing in my bag it's gonna be a long day.
DLCdisc wrote:The wind yesterday took away some of the variety we worked hard to build into it, but I think you can imagine what types of shots you would have wanted in calm conditions.
Beerman wrote:How to 4 putt hole 2 by Dave Beery.
To start with throw your drive to within 75 feet of the basket. Now as you approach your lie throwing your next shot into a head wind don't lay up to the basket, instead throw a turnover putt 30 to the right of the basket and land just short of the bushes. On your second putt find confidence in your self to run at the basket and land 30 feet on the other side. Now on your third attempt realize what a dumb mistake you made on your first and second attempt at putting and lay up because your still putting into a cross wind. Drop in your 5th putt and walk to the next tee because you don't deserve to ride in the cart. Yeah, disc golf.
irban wrote:DLCdisc wrote:The wind yesterday took away some of the variety we worked hard to build into it, but I think you can imagine what types of shots you would have wanted in calm conditions.
My feelings exactly. As much as I enjoyed it, I would have loved to try some (intentional) rollers or big anhyzers for instance. If we go back next year, maybe use the same layout so we can give it a whirl as intended. As others have said, just great regardless.
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