Playing with discs that are no longer made can be a blessing and a curse.
Author Jack Trageser
Players and observers have long believed that golf courses manifest unique characteristics – personalities, really – that set them apart from one another.
Today was a good day. More specifically, today was a very good disc golf day in the life of a player whose days of high-level competition are mostly behind him.
In a recent round at DeLa, I paused briefly to tell my friend that his last throw had tons of ‘E.V.’, but I held the comment for later when we noticed that a large group of marauders was quickly gaining on us. So naturally we…what’s that? Not exactly following my meaning?
Short putts should be the easy ones to make, yet often give people headaches on the course.
We previously covered the mental aspects of making more putts. Now, we look at the physical side.
How strong is your mental game? It plays a bigger role than you’d think.
Playing on a hard and rocky course? What about a very grassy style course in a park? Don’t forget to adjust your game to match the course to help lower your scores.